slowshoes - I have also been in since the highs, I am approx £23K down on paper, with an average price of 26p, I have no confidence to throw more money at this to average down as all my past attempts have failed..
Is anyone going to the AGM? I hope my children have long lives to benefit from this disastrous investment! If 70p is the takeover price I will just get my money back. By default several future generations are in for the long haul. Anyone out there in a similar position?
Yep, patience is key and if we snuff it while we are waiting for BEM to explode into life, well fair enough. Lol.
In answer to your question, yep, my starfish is very much aflame following my latest spinning class, which actually did involve my straddling an industrial strength spinning wheel. Thoroughly unpleasant, yet strangely marvellous. Free gym membership for six months if you can avoid complete rectal collapse within the first thirty seconds of supercharged wheeling. I p
afternoon eric,the grey matters out at the minute,working for a living soon mushes that stuff up,has you know,not moaning though,ille be pensionable in the not to distant future,spending all the spare days in that field,munching grass with the cows,cant wait,beats sweating the bo**ox off at w*rk.lol. goy,nice to see you back,less all your post history,which seems the norm when peeps return,just chugging along in the slow lane,the pf's doing fine,just about to get stuck into one of those puddings you chaps eat in Yorkshire,no guesses for what that is? enjoy.
I hope so mate,Life is short , at this rate by the time we have our exploitation licence ,I will use ANY profit to pay care home fees LOL, I've been here 4 years & can't believe how low our current s/p is, I remember the heady 70p DAYS, oh well dream on, still in training ERIC ???
You are welcome. Yep, Clive's intention for BEM, other than perhaps to sell off Kallak (seem to remember he once indicated pounds on the share price, groan), is that the Company will only be supplying Europe if it does go into production. The quality of our iron should be enough to keep our coffers full, with transport costs lowish. I do think we'll be taken over before we reach the production stage, or at least partially sold. Unless of course, the BOD members have discovered a time machine, or an elixir of youth. Let's face it, the size of the elixir barrel would have to be freakin' enormous.
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