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i would not say btc is over as far too many involved in it but you can be sure that those that ramped the never ending dream have contributed to a lot of retail peeps getting wiped out or heading that way on a stock that does not have any real initial value other than fabricated store of wealth. how's their wealth today?
Spy i am the same, bitcon is over, i looked at 1 year and it looks like £22000 will be the next resistance point and if it falls below that then all the way down to 4-8k lol. if we could have another power cut some where important in the world, with a crash at the same time, then it will go to zero. GLA
Of course I want Havieron to be a T1 prospect but a few PIs selling did not drop the share price from 37p to 25p and then to 18p. And don't tell me it was all due to disappointment about the Scally drill results. Why did GH say "Looking forward to the short squeeze" but we did not really get one?
Its a funny old game!! Missing out on loads of money is distressing but when we were under 2p if you had told me definitely 6p I would have been over the moon. And when we sailed past 10p couldn't be happier. God knows why I am nitpicking at 20p!!!! GLA
"but as far as GGP are concerned Havieron alone is not going to be the making of GGP."
I totally disagree. Without Havieron we would struggle to get the financing to pay salaries and drill the other prospects.
Havieron is the company maker. SD wouldn't even be with us if we didn't have it. He wants to build a multi-asset, multi-mine company. Hav is the golden goose that is going to keep giving and giving to make all of that possible.
Money to acquire other assets? Hav is the provider. Money to drill 100 holes in Scal rather than 10? Hav is the bankroll. Money to drill deep, where needed? Hav mitigates the risk of spending that money.
Maybe I've misunderstood you but without Hav, we likely have nothing, and with it, doors open to possibilities everywhere. It's exactly what is meant by a company maker -- the discovery, the idea, the marketing ploy, whatever, that brings in sufficient money to move from a startup that hopes to get lucky to a successful business with opportunities to grow and build.
EMC2 Think the only reason for that was Sandeep's requirement for accuracy. They've published 15moz MRE for Red Chris. As Paddy says 3.4 for Havieron, so, so far it's not T1 yet. But given that 3.4moz is about 8% of the known mineralisation shell... Hav will easy be T1.
Forgot to mention in relation to... "I note the options given to Callum and Gervaise in September of 2019... 18million each (half at 2.5p and the other half at 3p) At the time the SP was 1.8p" And boy did the SP rocket soon after!! Smart move by those who authorised the options? Of course it was! Pull up the old RNS and you'll see what I mean. Gervaise is very astute when it comes to finance... I think I know why he recently sold off a big chunk of his holdings, but I couldn't possibly state that here. Nothing underhand I'm sure, and nothing to do with this July! Pause, TER-143D... If you know, you know! Don't ask.
SB draws attention to Newcrest , we at GGP benefit in part from that. I believe that in time Havieron will be a behemoth but as far as GGP are concerned Havieron alone is not going to be the making of GGP. This quote from a speech that President Roosevelt delivered at the Sorbonne in April 1910 conjured up an image of Shaun Day for me... "It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again, because there is no effort without error or shortcoming, but who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, who spends himself for a worthy cause; at the best, knows, in the end, triumph of high achievement, and, who, at the worst, if he fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat"
In a few years, all can judge how Shaun fared during his time "in the arena" I note the options given to Callum and Gervaise in September of 2019... 18million each (half at 2.5p and the other half at 3p) At the time the SP was 1.8p Rough calculations meant that the SP for the first tranche had to increase by roughly 40%, the second tranche by roughly 65%. Comparing that to Shaun's options for 5million at an exercise price of 25p and taking into consideration the actual SP at that time, the percentage of increase is relatively very small. Now I'm no master when it comes to weighing up the ins and outs of figures but it would seem to me that GGP for whatever reason (and I suspect they know the reason! and in time we will too!) expected the SP to drop for some time and it would take great efforts on Shaun's part to turn things around. I'm not saying we're going to subject to a barrage of great news throughout the next few months only to be told that in order to progress further we need to look at refinancing... track records reveal a lot! I'm confident and happy long term with Shaun!