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Hi Oiltap - Re your post on Monday. First impressions were of an eloquent post in response to my view where I opined, simply, that `BBs have no effect on a company`s SP`. However, you broadened your response with a tangent to include Market Sentiment too as a factor in SP movement. If you have the time to go back a little, you will see that this discussion started, (and purely) following Datacheck`s view that "So this BB does have an affect (on the SP)". I disagreed and responded accordingly, but simply to Datacheck`s stated premis regarding BBs/SP. I saw no reason to include any thought also on the whole raft of additional reasons which can drive an SP, up or down. That was my logic Oiltap - and I can`t see anything illogical in that! Yours Aye, Bob
I think GLR should we discover good high grade copper and silver will do an XTR, so jump from where we are potentially to 8/9p within a few days, then retrace back to 5/6p. Then we sit it out until someone wants to buy the licence/s. If only we had a buyer who would be interested ;P Thats just my thoughs on it. I cant wait to drill this dome and unearth what she contains.
i think we are nearly thinking the same thing VB, only i belive the BB to value higher in the sentiment contribution than you. as a rough guess just the regulars on this BB own 10% of the company, maybe more, then theres the ones who dont post as well. Sentiment must be built somehwere and that will eb and flow dependant on the current info on the company out there. at the moment we are in a news vaccum, not much on twitter, no TW interviews, no Sharetalk interviews. so maybe the BB contributes higher in this time to sentiment........food for thought. good debate though :-)
Thanks Datacheck. I will answer you first, for it ought to be the shortest! Yes, I do believe in Sentiment, ie Market Sentiment. This can have an effect, both up and down, on a company`s SP. But, we are talking about the current attitude of ALL of the investors, and their overall judgment and consideration on the whole gamut of factors that affect the company. Naturally, it is these investors in the company who perceive and then govern the SP`s potential, and not just the very few investors who take their time to publish their opinions on a BB.
Bob, sentiment can have a positive impact until targets are reached for various individuals. Then price can also revert to mean. Sentiment analysis is used - that is a fact - behavioural finance is an established area of study for good reason. But your observations as usual are partly logical, but also partly very illogical because they fail to cover all bases.
Of course the age old statement that "markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent" would have no validity using your 'logic', Markets are irrational - because they rely on sentiment - in part - for a period of time.
Datacheck: I can`t agree with your "However the truth of the market is that sentiment does contribute to the sp and this BB is part of that. Take to the extreme the recent reddit movement, a simple BB had a huge affect on sp". The majority of BBs on the AIM, and especially GLR`s, have contributors who, in the main have very positive thoughts about their company. Moreover, (and GLR in particular here) the comments are often well-researched and demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the company, its operations and, therefore, its perceived potential and value. In comparison, both here and within the AIM in general, there are usually far, far fewer sceptical comments than there are plaudits. If comments on a BB have any significant effect on the SP then, more than most, the contributions here should have had a marked upwards effect on the SP. But, they haven`t. For example, on 18 Jan this year, the SP had reached 2.3P - and everyone waxed lyrical. In less than 6 weeks, by 5 Mar, the SP had fallen by over 40% to 1.32P, yet virtually all of the contributions here over the same period had remained seemingly very encouraging, with little or no negative comment of any worthy significance. This is just one example as an illustration . . . . . but, so much for comments on a BB having an effect on the SP.
What an absolute loser. Spending time setting up new accounts to bad mouth Colin. Its already proven XTR have a world class resource now (as good as anyway) If we follow suit, which I suspect we will, then it just proves what utter lowlifes there are trying to scaremonger people.
I really appreciate the feedback. I just don't understand why CB hasn't released an update officially. He must read these forums and see the frustration with people. When is the next financial quarter update?
Iky, some time ago I did some work for a large global broker. We provided analytics, data integration, big data expertise, systems design and implementation etc. etc. etc They already had a system that received feeds from UK and other BB's to perform sentiment analysis. Make of that what you will..... but to say that what is written on a BB has zero effect is incorrect. They were analysing BB sentiment et al for good reason. They also had many clients who payed for the analysis.....
Understand your thoughts Iky and its not uncommon.
I don't want to come across as mindless ramper which is the category easily put in when discussing sentiment. However the truth of the market is that sentiment does contribute to the sp and this BB is part of that. Take to the extreme the recent reddit movement, a simple BB had a huge affect on sp (whether for the right or wrong reasons is for a different debate). So this BB does have an affect, people can write DYOR all they want etc but I think the BB is used a fair amount to gauge sentiment on a share (along with twitter and other means etc). Fundamentals of a company of course aren't changed by what we say. However say for example good news that is released that backs up those fundamentals which "should" contribute positively......but then you have the companies own investors prettyuch shouting from the roof tops what can be summed up as "don't believe the info, it's probably wrong" contributes towards killing the sentiment and wards people off.......probably wrongly.
I personnaly don't understand that mindset or logic. It's like owning a shop standing in the door and telling people that try to come in that they may get food poisoning from your food. You might save 3 people but you probably ward off 10x that
Sorry data but have to disgree there... our input on here has no affect whatsoever ever on the sp or fundamentals of a company imo. Me warning caution is a good thing again imo, many not aware of cb saying similar previously so me giving a little heads up ain't a bad thing... unless one just want to ramp the company.
You put out really good info, like few others do and it's appreciated but even the "positive info/vibes" hasn't had a positive affect on sp.. the market decides and that's the harsh reality... even CB says he don't understand why sp is this low with our current positions...
Anyway don't want a debate, just expressing a different view to most on here, im still in here heavy and in the blue but will still not get too high on just words from cb, action and real positive results is what's needed here. Gla
Excitement builds sentiment Icky, and sentiment builds SP........let people get excited. You were in the blue for the first time in "x" years not long ago because we were getting excited. Constantly warning people off the share just contributes to totally killing it