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Given the average age of a stamp collector in 2013 was mid 60's wouldn't it be better to describe them as velcro strapped. If not their shoes, some other support function, rather than well heeled? I'm sure a limited crop of new mid 60's gets added on a diminishing basis, but as time has gone by can we now conclude the average age of a stamp collector is mid 70's? Strange, last year you said it was young people flocking to the hobby and when that didn't happen it was the UK Chinese population, something less than 0.3% of the UK population if my memory serves me well, and now it's well velcrosed oldies skipping down the Strand... I'm getting the whiff of desperation, maybe wanting to encourage other before the results so you can bailout? ;) Don't push, you know how over 70's hate a crush. LOL
If you ever had any doubts that HBR is busted flush, you only need to look at it's forward commitment to capex. Celebrate it, hardly, you want to buy when some has spent all that cash, not before, and then at a discount They are providing a healthy commitment to burn more money, whilst over seeing a destruction of equity, down over 20% of recent. They need to spend cash to shore up those creaking assets, the assets that get more irrelevant every day. Yippee they are spending cash....LOL....in a 20th century industry. ;)
Just for the record, how many years have you been saying that now? LOL I thought by now you'd suggested SGI would be 9p and HRB 800p ....so you'll excuse me if I dont take much notice f your predictions LOL
Pearls, you haven't addressed SGI's loan defaults which you deem OK despite it happening twice and Phoenix having SGI by the short & curlies. You really need to do some research if you think Argo will default on a loan, but that's not what you do going by your "investments", HBR, MTC, SGI, DEBS etc, you must stop sniffing your stamps.
jayblu, I wouldn't count your chickens yet on ARB, wait until bitcoin collapses to under $20000 and then we will see if there's a covenant breach. Shareholders always seem to be the last to know, but what do you think secures ARB's lease agreements? Bitcoin. And what do you think secures the value of the loan - conditions on the pricing of the bitcoin backing the leases - i.e. covenants. You want to wake up and smell the coffee.
So now you are saying loan covenant breaches (TWICE) aren't as serious as you wrote? Phoenix own any money that may come SGI's way they are not a charity, nothing for investors here. BTW Argo aren't in breach of any loans so epic fail, time to hand back your Brownie Troll badge.
You don't need to check HBR's price, when it goes dowN Pearls feels the need to desperatley pump SGI....LOL It's an attempt to get something out of the red for once LOL It's become almost like clockwork hahahaha
"Devon, I'm not asking for this Board to be changed! In fact I think buying the 1c magenta stamp was a masterstroke. Time will tell." It difficult. BUT, you know you always demanding a change of Board when the price doesn't go up. You did on Debenhams (disaster) and you have on HBR (lost almost 30% over the last 2 weeks) Sigh. http://www.1c-magenta.com/ SIGH AGAIN: "But, on the other hand, if site rank http://www.1c-magenta.com + NFT....you get "position not found"! Is there a Magenta Elephant in the room? Let's hope there's some detailed info. when they release, but on the face of it they aren't bring in NFT fans. More magenta pain to come..Pearls will be seeing red and asking for the Board to be changed!" A masterstroke that nobody is searching for......Time will tell indeed. But, for 2 years you've been taling about this taking off...and now you want time LOL I see HBR is down again, 240 is round the corner. Or as you said: "Hopeless." and "sack the lot of them." ;)
So is http://www.1c-magenta.com/ catching the imagination? Well.... If you site rank https://www.stanleygibbons.com/ + stamp, you get within the top 6. Maybe no by suprise there. But, on the other hand, if site rank http://www.1c-magenta.com + NFT....you get "position not found"! Is there a Magenta Elephant in the room? Let's hope there's some detailed info. when they release, but on the face of it they aren't bring in NFT fans. More magenta pain to come..Pearls will be seeing red and asking for the Board to be changed! MM Love #guianastampforguyanese
It's simply know one is applying a big enough discount to the equity. Making a comparison to other large oilers misses the point. There's already a large vested community of holders, where as HBR is the new boy on the block, so where you might already holding others, legacy positons, but wish you weren't, there's no special reason why you'd want to hold HBR. Well, not until at least it's at a compelling valuation plus a very substantial discount. It's not even close to that yet.
Devon, I have to hold my hands up on Hbr especially as you forecast the current fall in advance. I don’t have to sell but I guess the current price is going to flush out many leveraged holders. But I am curious - why did you think Hbr would fall so much? The oil price has been at elevated levels for some time, meaning Hbr should have been gained from this and their free cash flow is running around $1bn a year. Previously as PMO it was double this price before the merger, why the collapse? What in your view merited such a fall?