You are incorrect in your assumptions relating to 'clearly suggests that I myself as well as BEM are giving you some problems'. I am ok about my position with Beowulf, however I cannot understand why you will defend this company unconditionally. It just doesn't make sense. I can only presume that you are into this company for a lot of money. If you are then I will commiserate with you. Having said that, if I am correct in my presumption, you will know that you are not alone. I am absolutely sure that there are many other fellow-investors, even on here, who are in the same dire position. Nevertheless, you must understand that I, or anyone else for that matter, should not have to take criticism from you or anyone else in this forum for fellow-investors speaking their mind. The only people I can remember ever been critical of are CSP and his cronies - plus a certain contributor on here whom I have filtered-out of the equation! No one else. Please try to be a little more thoughtful from now on.
You allocate criticism and praise to different contributors in the same post, however your stance on attacking other contributors who criticise this so-called explorer and their thoughts relating to the sp appear to have changed. Why? I note that you have been on this forum contributing since July 12. I have been here since May 11, in fact in the days of Delt & Lozan plus Dycee (on iii), and I will probably still be here long after you have moved on. So please do not criticise any of my future posts if you haven't got the guts to criticise others who also make damning remarks about Beowulf and it's future sp.
Give the Sami some shares, it will give them an interest in making a new seasonal trail. The government does not seem to care or they would make them shape a trail. High Speed Rail comes to mind!!!!! elltello.
Cheers Ed. I have no time for those who partake of bad play in any share.
To be honest though, it is all your fault. Even Lozan said so. Lol.
We've had a setback here, but it's just that. Until we are lined up and someone yells "Ready! Aim!" we should try not to worry. Being in a bear market situation doesn't help with the old bum twitches, but the Mountain State may either set a precedent or the Swedish Government will see sense. Transport issues can be worked around,and should not yet he in the agenda until a Mining Licence is granted.
I think we should hold and see. At this stage in the game, we owe it to ourselves to either have all or nothing. No point in leaving at these sp levels, when all is not yet lost.
I like a man who gets right to the point so loved your response to Oaktree's comment. "nonsense".
I had a look at his posts and they are all pretty much the same. All about shares that he has held long term, lost money on and is now talking the price down in a valiant effort to recover his lost cash.
Seems from his posts that most of his problems come from Lozan & ed44 giving him bad and dishonest advice (his post, Wed 22:09). Very sad but I can't find it in my heart to offer sympathy to anyone who is dumb enough to buy a share based on my advice, even I wouldn't take my advice.
Based on his success rate so far the only advice I would offer would be find another hobby, you're not very good at this one.
Like most of the genuine investors here I'm still holding and waiting hopefully for the right answer regarding the exploitation permit. The answer will be yes or no which is a 50/50 shot, not bad odds really.
I and so many others here are in the same boat as you mate, I have approx the same amount invested with an average SP of 20p - in hindsight I wish I had never invested, biggest mistake of my trading life but I don't blame anyone else but me and nor should you.
None of us know if this will fly again or go t!ts up, I am hanging in here for a positive decision on the concession and hopefully some better direction/progress with a new CEO...and who know a possible buy-out or JV. If this ever gets back to my average, I will bail.
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