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BMN is still struggling to get out of the 15p range (even going below it).
FAR is back to where it has been, apart from the spikes up.
So, you've failed loser haha
Sad that you need to troll on another BB, and even sadder that you are crap at trolling.
"How's you BMN price since the beginning of the year? What's that? Down 25%?"
Now who said that I wonder? Quite correct, of course, if a little smug.
Have you calculated the FAR drop since its high in March lately?
Looks like we're in another drift period for the SP. As we're not expecting much in the way of announcements (unless I'm missing something). could this drift below 30. If so, be a very good buying opportunity.
Great article GloucesterR. Thanks for posting.
One thing that I was wondering, if everyone is just going to rent out their Vanadium as electrolyte rather than sell it, the actual supply of Vanadium available to buy for steel could be quite limited, could that then spike the price?
Largo sees huge returns on Battery Storage. Interesting that it quotes production costs at $3.50. Compared to FAR's potentially Negative cost of production.
As Sir Mick coveyed in last weeks interview with Roskill, we are heading for a huge demand/supply crunch.
There will be an insatiable appetite for green/industrial metals. With Vanadium we have it covered from both demand points! Demand will sky rocket in the coming years, however as pointed out by Sir Mick/Economist/many other experts, supply side is MASSIVELY constrained, as the majors have not invested at any reasonable amount for many years now.
Demand/supply gap will grow going forward, which means an increase in price, like never seen before. And uniquely in the mining industry a big mine can not be bought online quickly, takes years of drilling/prep/construction. So supercycle in the commodity space is upon us, with prices increasing, majors will start reinvesting as projects become more worthwhile, however this will take years!
FAR is sat perfectly on the cusp of huge rewards:
World Class Management and Expertise
Vision Blue Resources Onboard
World class asset
Benefit from both the green energy revolution and the global industrial plan agreed at the G7
Will become the Largest producer
Will become the lowest cost producer (negative production cost after by products sale!!!)
Main infrastructure already in place
Projects Economics - Out of this World!
Jun 12th 2021 edition
The green revolution risks running short of minerals, money and places to build
Wishbone? I will have a look at them for sure. :0) Thanks.
Yes, I am in HE1, obviously a short term play compared to either FAR or BMN.
I agree that the BMN board is not the most friendly/welcoming but this tends to be towards those that deramp. I do not have any negativity towards FAR, wouldn’t be posting if I did.
I will look at this again a bit further down the line, maybe with profits from HE1, fingers crossed.
Stansberry research have tipped Vanadium to be the next big sector after the large rise in copper, particularly due to battery storage. They have a large readership in the US so hopefully the few miners will get more widespread attention.
(as an aside Sea have been in Wishbone for a while - good option i think)
I get the impression (maybe that’s wrong though) that a lot of the investors on there are not diversified. Now, to me that’s a recipe for disaster as sentiment in the world can change or a new technology suddenly appear which decimates a market outlook. I’m not saying that’s the case here, but no one ever knows the future. If the V price does what we want, then holders in both will be happy :).
As an aside ST, I’m looking at Wishbone as another option to diversify into. Looks an exciting opportunity if you get some spare funds. I’m going to watch and see if there’s a slight pull-back from the current price.
I think BMN needs more investors like you. I my view their attitude towards FAR only shows their frustration with their investment in BMN, nothing else. I don't have any intention of buying shares in BMN, which doesn't stop me wishing all their investors all the best and success in their choice. God, how many Vanadium miners are out there? If we see them going up in price exponentially what do we think here? That they are not worth it and then go to their BB to talk them down? What would it say about us? Yuck!
Anyway, in a few years we will be multiples of our current price and the wait will be worth our while.
The great thing about all this drive is that it will be in full-flow by the time the mines are commissioned and properly operational. High prices, low costs and huge resources. What’s not to like ;).
I agree that BMN is undervalued and I will keep my investment there (1m shares there and 600k shares here). I want both FAR & BMN to grow and I feel that the V demand going forward will be more than enough for both companies to grow. This doesn’t have to be a one or the other (and I think that is what annoyed me on the BMN group). It’s almost as if any acceptance that FAR have a good project is an insult to BMN - like really!!!
Also, diversification is sensible as you never know what can happen.
So, can I assume that you invested in HE1? If so, the general consensus is that spud (on the first hole) will be next week and then the next 3 months or so will be interesting/exciting.
Huge news for commodities coming out of the G7 summit!
$40 Trillion will be raised for infrastructure projects around the world to rival China's Belt and Road Initiative!
Commodity Supercycle has just been supercharged! Would expect all commodities to spike up on this news.
With the green revolution already underway, vast quantities of Vanadium will be required for VRFB, now with this news it could potentially provide a perfect catalyst to catapult Vanadium prices like 2017, maybe even more!
Seagulll, thank you for taking the time to reply.
I am certainly not in the camp whereby FM can do no wrong. I have been investigating for approx. 10 years and now realise just how much sentiment can affect a share price. I will keep my BMN investment as although FM is not the most personable I believe that what he is putting in place will reap benefit for shareholders shortly. I expect SP to double from current levels by this time next year, at the latest. After the information you have provided I will hopefully be bringing some profits from there over here.
Have a good weekend.
Stocks needs to change hands from traders to long term holders.
Blue should ready *Bull
There are both Bullish and Bearish flags a Bull flag forms after an upside move you will see the price consolidating with a slight downward tilt (lower Highers lower lows but generally in the same range). Once a new high is made on the blue flag it runs up by at least 50% of the flags upside last flag is about 10 to 40 that is a move of 30 when we print new highs on the flag we should move up by at least 15 taking us to around 60+ . A bearish flag is the opposite after a large drop price consolidates upwards for a bit before dropping more.
Thank you. I saw that one. It seems to be saying that a bullish flag is when a share consolidates before rising again. Is that what you made of it?
Hi as stated previously I am quite new to this. On a different FAR board someone is saying a flag is developing. Can someone please explain this. I have done a quick Google but it is often easier to talk to the knowledgeable folk here.
I would say my thoughts on BMN are that, even with the v price increase and all of these positive things that are meant to be happening, the SP can't get any traction. I get that at times sentiment does not match the underlying company performance, but this is not a short-term issue (IMO) with BMN.
In regards to FAR, yes, they are further behind however the fundamentals are much more compelling for the long-term. Contrary to what some BMN followers think, the FAR resource is cheap to mine (possibly the cheapest in the world) and just one ore body will last 27 years (from memory). There are 5 ore bodies so it's huge.
The infrastructure is in place (power, roads, rail etc.) so no/minimal expense there.
On the VSA report it shows the expected processing costs and compared to others (inc BMN) and the overall costs were much lower.
What does this mean for short-term prices? - I honestly don't know (no-one does or can tell us). However, the medium/long term outlook is much better for FAR (again IMO).
Also, look at the team in BMN and Vision Blue. Sir Mick - Ex Xstrata/BHP and his team or Fortune. Look at the contacts they will have and the credibility. (Ignore the crap about X2 Resources that was a vehicle to do acquisitions which didn't do any, you want to look at his record of running mining operations).
If you are looking for short-term opportunities, then I'm sure there will be other shares which will give you better short term gains. In the long-term FAR will grow and be huge and the SP will reflect that, as the drive for green and vanadium in steel will keep growing.
BTW, I wish BMN well, I just feel that at FAR is an investment I am more comfortable in. When their SP increases, I will be looking to sell most or all of my holdings.
As for Jam Tomorrow, with BMN it just feels as though tomorrow never comes. Not wanting a ****ging off session as we all view things differently.
Rather have the nicest tastiest jam in the world ;)
"All good things come to those who wait"
Some people are just happy with anything, give them Tesco smart price jam, and they'l be happy!!