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Director interests (and their close families) are publicised information. Have you ever invested in a public company before?
Also, when you go to investor events, there's usually only about 20-30 people there. You get to speak to the BOD and they're quite open, funny that, they're normal, socially functioning human beings! On some occasions, their friends and family are stood with them! Shock, horror, at an investors event?!
Leave YOU alone? I'm trying to discuss the company I'm invested in. You're the one that's making it personal, you sh*t Hercule Poirot wannabe.
To head off your likely immediate response that I guess will again revolve around my personal finances rather than the company, no, I didn't invest in the Diamond Creek share issue. That diluted my position.
I do however, understand why it was the option taken, (and why the issue was fully subscribed).
Or maybe you just don't read or engage in discussion around posts, you just jump into personal conjecture.
If you actually read posts, you'd see I'm not supportive at all costs. I wouldn't have invested in Keras plc as a standalone company post Calidus divestiture, but I'm in it now. As a 10 year old explorer with iron ore failures behind it, it faces a unique position in the market. It's broadly Nayega or bust. Diamond Creek is a bar job to help get us there. Or not, but we have a better chance of not adding to the litany of failed juniors with it than without it.
Openly discussing all sides of a conversation about a commonly held project is healthy. Certainly healthier than obsessing about another person's finances.
If you don't see how many times I refer to this company's potential liquidation and failure - that's on you, not me. I've had a career working with stricken companies and so appreciate what options may or may not be viable.
I may be weird. Ask the wife, she'd probably agree.
However. What is weird is posting on a share BB about how many shares you allegedly bought, at what price you bought them, then denying you said it or paid that amount when reminded of it. All the while posting nothing but supportive conjecture of the company and it's prospects no matter what actually happens, or doesn't.
That makes you a liar. Or a blatant 'ramper'. Or both. Either way - nothing else you have to say is of any interest to me.
My personal position is irrelevant to what is going in for Keras plc and decisions going forward now.
Your insistence on not discussing Keras plc, the balanced pros and cons of Diamond Creek and focusing on my personal investment is weird. Are you weird Jim?
Yes, Keras owes me nothing - it doesn't mean I want to see it worth nothing. It also doesn't mean that I'm going to stop looking at the bigger picture of the company acquiring quick cash flow projects.
A bit of a hot mess of a post there. Jim, so I'll focus on the bit that is relevant and worth debate. Yes, we are on borrowed time, as all junior explorers are, and you only invest in them where you can afford to lose your head. With the high risk hope that you could make ludicrous money. Like the If poem by Rudyard Kipling. No one forces anyone over a barrel to invest.
The profile of Utah keeps us operational, it pays bills, it provides an asset that we can leverage for additional funding and to keep us in the hunt for Nayega.
Without Utah, we'd be facing a far shorter shelf life than we do by having an in production asset. It provides cash flow, it's in production, and so from a leverage perspective, here today, it's worth more to us than Nayega. It is the means to keep us in the hunt for Nayega. If and when that happens, the story changes.
"8 million in an ISA at 0.0054. 18m in a SIPP at 0.0036" So you claimed. In anyone's maths that's £43,200 + £64,800 = £108k. Or are you just a bloater making it all up?
Utah means as much to me as the Tributes did and the acquisition has a similar outlook and reason for acquiring. Much was promised (enough to have you pump more in, considering you have also said you started here with only a £250 purchase) but the Tributes, in their-self, were a gross failure. Even the basic maths was wrong on ASIC meaning we couldn't ever have made money.
Funny. Even your pal over on ADVFN had previously commented that the company should fold if that didn't work out. We are still on borrowed time - which is why I believe initiating arbitration for Nayega would be more meaningful.
And that's my point. You think your posts are 'considered'. Yet all you do is continually support whatever happens and seemingly were happy to back that up with £108k of your money before CAI materialised. You kept buying no matter what occurred.
Those facts show, no matter what, you were happy to keep pumping money into this even as everything failed for one reason or another. So, your current thoughts on Utah prospects mean nothing to me.
I think your position is entirely relevant to the posts you make and have made. You continued to buy no matter the circumstances or failures - and it was all downhill until Warawoona/CAI. 4 years ago you suggested you had 26 million shares, costing £102k.
No wonder you always sound rampy.
Let's just agree to ignore each other from now on.
My personal position is pretty irrelevant to the sheer fact that the Utah project was an eminently sensible investment that any sensible junior explorer would have taken. Survive or die is a no brainer decision. A cash generator AND the repayment of your initial investment.
Who knows what I'm saying in fictional alternative universe land. Due to the actual real world success of Calidus, I could now afford for Keras to go bust like most explorers and juniors do, and still depart with a significant return on my investment - however, I am eternally grateful that the chances of that are significantly mitigated thanks to the Utah investment decision.
Yet you remain permanently hopeful and always blue-sky minded. Why is that? Could it be anything to do with the size of your investment you've pumped into here since the float 10 years ago, hence you won't have a bad word said by anyone, anywhere?
I shudder to think what you've pumped into here to average down and be in a position to be in profit from the CAI disposal.