If I recall correctly we were told the second half of February for the decision by the Mining Inspectorate. For those with a twitchy bum I am going for early next week and hope for a Yes to cheer us patient long termers up. Based on Northlands predicament, a Govt less controlled by Greens and Kurt's resubmission to be more respectful of local concerns after the shocks that have gone before. Good luck all of us,I might even stay up late to celebrate with Eric !
Hi Ed. The buying may only be the traders getting on board at the moment, before the Concession decision, but at least the sp is nearer the 2p mark now, rather than the 1p mark. Additionally, a rising sp should alert more long-term investors, so if the decision is good, following Government sign-off, I'm hoping we'll then see gradual, more natural rises with longies entering the share. Solid foundation for investment having been cemented by the approval of the Licence.
Ed, break open one of your other magic sofas, you know it makes sense. Lol.
I can understand the frustration overflowing as nothing happens here with startling regularity. However, a couple of positivish points.
Unlike his predecessor Mr Budgie sounds quietly confident rather than over enthusiastic he and doesn't bombard us with reassuring information that used turns out to be cobblers, leading to mini highs followed by areas of deep depression. He only speaks when he actually has something to say.
Also there has been a fair bit of buying recently and the price has been creeping up ever so slowly. I know that in monetary terms it's not a vast amount but it does demonstrate a bit of confidence among the punters. I might put a bit more in if I can prise the key to the sofa back vault from Mrs44's clammy hand.
Stay cool (not difficult in UK in February). We arrived back in Frogland yesterday evening and it is a measly 14 C in our village today. I'm just off to the bar to renew my membership.
Cheers for that. Yes, Ballek was just an example of what I deem a side-project, considering the enormity of everything the Company has undertaken at Kallak, the obstacles that it has had to overcome, the time taken to date. Not to mention us shareholders having been put through both the financial and emotional ringer because of it. Sami also, I might add. It can't have been easy for them, this drawn-out affair.
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