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Isa , I am surprised that the sp has held up so well because most goldies have dropped a lot over the last month or so . Not a cnr specific comment . I dont believe mc and mellons interests are specifically alligned . Mc has gone from 10 per cent holder in 2010 to less than 4 where as mellon who had less than Beaty in 2016 has managed around 20 p cent during the most damaging period of dilution and will no doubt increase his percentage during the last round and I cannot imagine him wanting to pay too much in the next funding . As ever I will wait and see how things progress and assess on the way . Barring unforseen circs I dont see much downside ,just not sure I see a big upside for a fair while either . I dont see full production likely til 2024 .
WG as I said I agree with your sentiment! Guess after being here so long, and with us so close (hopefully) to the end game I really don’t care about the hype. Either we will produce gold and the value will recreate or we will be bought out (and we know neither Jim or Mark will sell on the cheap) I believe his fundraising will already be agreed so does it matter how much PR Mark does now?? Maybe I am just a bit battle weary awaiting the prize, however if others want to sell out now it’s their decision, I believe now is where the gains will be made!
Hi Sein Surprised you didn’t feel the SP would hold up??? With a bottom of say 44p on the last fund raise and no major selling I am more surprised the price hasn’t increased to 55p which has been the top of the trading range. POG keeps bouncing as it gets to 1700 which equally gives me confidence. Every day with little movement is a day closer IMO. I do however agree Jim has had little incentive for the SP to rise when over a period of time he gets a larger share of the prize!!
Tester ,I think checking out pur progress into production is worth a peruse as well as hum to be aware that simple timescales arnt necessarilly going to pan out . Icb .In reference to mellon ,its a fact that he is the single biggest beneficiary of the low priced cash raises over the last 3 years .I dont see his real incentive to break that before the last cheap load up this year . Beaty did a site visit before investing . really dont see serious investors being swayed by pr tbh . Being a single asset companies are valued less than companies with multiple assets because of risk . We are still at the inbetweeny stage with hoops still to be jumped . Tbh I am surprised how well the sp has held up over the last month .
ISA - I'm not asking for pumping - agree that's the last thing we need.
I just want a fresh, up to date, honest expression of where this project is now at, with all its opportunities (which I'm sure we all believe in) laid out for all to see. And I want it to convey real excitement - we've all been talking about how things have moved forward in last 6 months, endgame closer etc etc - that is (should be) exciting and we need others to be as aware and interested as we are.
There's a huge opportunity to present CNR and current project status as the genuine, substantial opportunity it is. MC unfortunately continues to resist taking it, I believe to all our detriment.
Afternoon All Whilst WG has made some very valid points the one thing we could never accuse Mark of is being a boom and bust merchant. It has possibly cost us re a bit dilution, in that a salesman would have pumped more before placings, however give me Mark any day over the Sound Oil, Lenegas and Range Resources salesmen. At least we have a company with assets, no debt , a reasonable amount of shares and every opportunity to make us considerable sums of money! Being realistic we are where we are and if Mark had pumped us to the hill repeatedly we would have had a lot more disgruntled shareholders than we have today. I will be judging Mark on where we are and what we have achieved by Xmas, he certainly needs to deliver in lots of areas however equally we have made huge progress in the last 12 months. The only thing I am against is another tranche of freebie share options when the Directors already have more than enough. Just my thoughts!
I do agree - the company needs much better PR, money spent on website, presentations etc. I understand that we are going to see all of that ramping up markedly this summer though as construction financing approaches.
The best PR with the most effect is done when its the right time for it though - no point too early or people get bored (no point when its too late either of course).. But yes - the website desperately needs a makeover, with timeline and videos of construction area, mill arriving, drill samples with visible gold etc..
My only concern here right now about the success of this project/company is the Nic general elections in November and the countries reaction to that (vis a vis April 2018)
Other than that I have no doubt that MC/JM will deliver a 100,120 then 170koz low cost gold producer with at least 4Moz high grade resources over the next 18-36 months.. Unless the company is sold first of course..
Agree totally, our presentations look and sound a bit stale considering the progress that has been made. There is an exciting prospect to be sold and a lot of money to be made if all goes well, freshen up the website with better images, newer maps and input from some of the board who just appear to collect cheap shares for no discernible input.
Website only part of whats required when it comes to self promotion mind. Mark Child is good at getting his points across but "in my view" does so with a touch of arrogance which is always endearing to the listener. We could do with a slick PR/Sales personality giving Mark Child a break from these duties and I would bet the same messages given would be more greatly recieved.
This isn't an all out attack on MC as think he is doing a good job running the company just poor at the investor relations side of things.