good to see you here am in here now with a long term view buying as many as i can watching for news release also in solg buying into copper shares and still in bpc will be holding on to bpc longterm to atb
volume 12,233,641 -vol sold 2,376,267- vol bought 9,847,347 to me this would suggest that the late large trade was a buy , good to more buys coming in again today , this may be the start of the share price moving up after recent news , and and pre news release
so what's the craic with that trade marked late and at .55p. Always thought a L trade had to be announced within 72 hours; which if that's the case and the sp being where it has been over the past 3 days makes it look like a buy. Any pi's out there know different?
Way back then we got into HER with mining in 2012. That was changed as serious talk of open pit started and 2012 became 2014 and 2014 became EARLY 2015. We need GS to concentrate on Pat. I guess that the EIA is drawn up (there will be volumes!) and just awaits the drilling EIA to be passed, which is out of G's hands. The EIA is imo what it's all about. What worries me is that if a simple drilling EIA is taking this long how long must we wait for the full document to be passed? Finance would be imo hanging on a positive result from EIA submission. Graeme said to me that he more or less had little option at the time he signed off the Linde deal; but it's worth remembering that he can and will whenever possible call it a day with Linde. There are a lot of faithful pi's that like myself have tens of thousands of pounds invested here that still believe in this company, but-------------
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