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haway man theres too many northerners on here theres only one palce to be in the northeast thats whitburn near sunderland not hartlepool or newcastle hahhaha (i married a geordie ) shes class we can have our £1 share party in tyne mouth its class there hahahhaha
These guys slip up eventually and usually because they mix up which login details they’re using at the moment they post. There is the “silent but long holder” who’s just decided to speak up and develops quickly into a regular poster. Or it’s the interested newbie who presents as knowing way more than you’d expect. Then there’s the worried persona who swings between both ends of the spectrum depending if he's a long or short at the time. There are few generally long term holders who trade QFI a lot and who practice this particular method. The likes of Timmy boy give themselves away because their motives run counter to the genuine investor/holder. It’s a form of deception and should be treated as such by the site owners but they’re not interested. All that matters to them are post numbers for advertising purposes.
Golly, Manu's style of dripping sarcasm is rather reminiscent of Kempster, isn't it. Hi, Tim, been a while! Guess he forgot which persona he was using when he claimed to be a LTH this time, having previously purported to be a recent joiner on the same account.
I never understood people who bet money they can't afford then bleat when they lose it. Any money I have invested here I can afford to lose totally without any impact on my day to day life. I would of course be gutted, but I won't lose house, pension etc.
Howwww wayyyyy Indigo, they can fly a helicopter on Mars :) :) This is more like a mission to Pluto, it takes a lot longer to get there! A little like the communications from the company, they take a long time to get to us from the distance they are sent but they are still alive and kicking :) :)
Absolutely Tidetime, for me this is like a mission to Mars. There are competent and incompetent ways of doing it but failure doesn't automatically go to incompetence - it goes to the mission being intrinsically very difficult.
Indigo. Thank you for your post of 7.30 am today. Some people invest and when they make money they consider themselves brilliant. When they lose money they consider that they have been defrauded by a corrupt BOD. It would be nice if such people fell off a cliff.
Manu! You posted this recently! RE: Under my radar27 Apr 2021 23:08 Fyoz - absolutely right - the guy only invested a month or so ago and comes up with stupid questions that he should have known about before investing , suspect these kind of people - try to come across all polite and humble and all ready to try and trash - let us not waste our time on him but thanks for your post warning us of him. Beware of trolls. Your a touch Jekyll and Hyde are you not?
Manu19 I think if you feel like this you should email the BOD via the contact on the Quadrise sit and put questions forward at the various VC update throughout the year. be interested to see your replies
We'll see, no one knows yet whether it's realism or optimism.
"they have failed to inform shareholders of honest progress for many many years"
Not once have the board acted illegally by not releasing an RNS when they should have.
"they have repeatedly massive failures on dead lines and have not leant from their past they have raised funds in clever non acceptable, and last time, in a deceptive way)"
Raised funds in a deceptive way? You should call the police immediately then.
"they have been incredibly naive"
I'd agree this was true in the past.
"they have led us up the garden path too many times and just have not learned enough on the way"
They were led themselves by organisations which may have been less than honest. You don't know what they have or haven't learned but they seem to have learned much by casting their net wide and having local agents on the ground.
"What about the many who have pulled out any lost many thousands and the effect on their lives and mental health ?"
Don't invest in AIM penny shares without revenue unless you're ready to lose everything.
I'd say that :- most of the failures have been due to events beyond their control shareholders voted to recover their rights so blocking a Bergen style capraise (which was probably necessary under the circumstances) whereas I agree that shareholders should have been told about the unsuitable past samples from Utah, the current delay in receipt of the samples are due to Greenfield taking their time to get the plant running optimally and (probably) to assay the samples before dispatch investment choices are the individual's own responsibility . Any pre breakeven AIM stock is likely to be very volatile
Yes Dust of Nations ( great respect for you and thanks for your brilliant input and sharing knowledge) - they have:
they have massive over optimism they have failed to inform shareholders of honest progress for many many years they have repeatedly massive failures on dead lines and have not leant from their past they have raised funds in clever non acceptable, and last time, in a deceptive way) they have been incredibly naive -( I say this as a long term investor) they have led us up the garden path too many times and just have not learned enough on the way - OK initially to make mistakes but too little has been learnt. What about the many who have pulled out any lost many thousands and the effect on their lives and mental health ?
it may work out especially with the MSC, ( I personally bloody well hope so , still under water ) but at what cost to so many - and the many of us who may not live long enough to see the benefit - OK the pandemic has delayed things but not enough excuse for so many of us -
however I truly hope they have it this time BUT never forgive them for what they have put LTH through only forgive if it get to 30 to 50p ( if still alive to be able to forgive)
Lots of insightful posts today. It's really the case that we've been provided the company with the best possible chance of executing, and it's up to them now.
They have the money, They have the projects, They have the luck (for once, they were in the right place at the right time with the institutional fundraising), They have the local agents/presences They have marine They've had the enduring support of private investors for well over a decade when others didn't believe They have a technology in both MSAR and bioMSAR that is in the right place at the right time They have the regulatory advantage (re: health-affecting pollutants & carbon) And the covid situation is starting to get under control in the territories they are working in...
So, I don't see how they have any reason *not* to execute.
Yes, they are operating under the usual 'QFI calendar' that seems to have a few extra months in it that we're not aware of. Slovember, Slugcember, T'othertober, etc, ;-).
But you get the point. As always the risk is high with any pre-commercial AIM company, and I would never recommend my friends or family risk their money on AIM, but I certainly see the pipeline is making progress that appears to be pushing us towards where we need to be.
Anyway, let's see what they finally tell us... Hopefully no more bizarre surprises.