And who has been hoovering them all up? This waiting game has a few more twists and turns to come I think but I still believe we will get a positive decision quickly followed by the environmental permit and news of A JV which should send the SP well north of current levels (accept waiting beyond Christmas would not be perfect but it's going to be worth the wait)
17th december was the date when the new threshold was breached so the shares will have been sold between then and the previous date when they notified us,good news for all I reckon as we will see shares bought after any announcement into a normal market instead of one being drip fed with shares from a big seller.
Good news, but I can't understand the figures. How can the threshold have been crossed when the RNS states, yet there has been so little selling during that period on AIM? They would have had to have shifted 6M or so shares since 17 December, and there is surely no way that there were that many reported trades that could have been sells during that period?
Suzy2 was repoprted a faller at Solstice Corner but she's rremounted, dark horse contender Little Tom is coming up on the outside, will they catch MrPlodge as he heads for the straight, only 1 furlong to go..........
The pain of the wait has clouded my memory, keep forgetting what a good prospect this really is. :-) Toephur. Yes, I am... ...My speech conceding victory to MrPlodge is postponed until 5pm, tomorrow. The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak. ....so thanks to both of you for two very timely reminders.
Every miner want's to hit new targets in the reach from the mining site. Building up a new mine is expensive. On the contrary, using the same equipment for more tonnage is rational and gives less costs per ton. Less costs per invested dollar.
We have an extrem situation having this clean ore body. I have said before, it is possible to ramp up the tonnage several timed here.
Also, to validate this statement, look at this map, the "riksintresse", national interest area, includes the two claims from Tasman, that BEM now owns:
A bumper year next year ? The approval will come eventually and it could pave the way for a placing to yield funds to enable further development and exploration in those areas covered within gunnar's report. Eric's concerns about a JV or early take over appear more reasonable to me as Kurt will have to be a very strong negotiator to prevent the big boys muscling in when the full potential for developing the Kallaks and other sites is more widely appreciated ,all IMHO.
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