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HI Earl Rockhead of Flintstone! Of the SP volatility and fluctuation games. Another pattern of trading is to inflate the week before month end then dump the shares of many AIM companies. This might be more noticeable with SGZ because of the impatient institutions having AIM on their books, at up to a part of 3 million at 110p (The ring-fencing in reserved cash, cash equivalents and gold - all recognised by the Regulators on Recognised markets - e.g. LSE bourse - very ruthless business when cash is king in the bigger world of propping up Normal Hedge funds, Sovereign Hedge funds and Teflon Hedge Funds run by nephews of Czars.). Thus, no obvious SP movement can be caused by CFO officials, in say Canary Wharf, telling the traders to write-off and dump certain types of holdings, in out of sight trading between old friends, across several cartel institutions.
So here is a gift from Nomura to the JFSA (Japanese regulatory body) to publicly display --- I assume the real birds had "flown away"? ) Something (accounts) for the birds perhaps ? -- https://www.bonsaidirect.co.uk/- rgds RM
Well Rishi Sunak ( Baron Billy fizz's old seat) is a very decent wise bloke, saved the economy last year and a great new well thought out budget. Extremely good for business, tax wise thinking, innovation encouraging, green, infrastructure investing, company friendly, real sustainable growth, jobs creation, employment for families for new disposable income. The new Development Bank will be in Leeds. - great profile fit for companies like SGZ. Plus the extended furlough. etc - RM
RM Ha ha ha i had to google this "GG, Ahm no a chookter (teuchtar) ya eedjit ahm frae Hawick. " :-) I though Teuchtars was just a pub or two in Edinburgh. Been up here 10 years and I still dont know the lingo. You may have guessed I'm not a native but an incomer from warmer climes, or southern softie as I'm often referred to. Love it up here though, missed the jellied eels but you cant have everything. Better watch some only fools and horses before I get home sick. Arf a pound of mouldy bananas. GG
RM. I have absolutely no idea what you are on about , If it's a question for me to answer please could you be a bit less cryptic and keep it simple for me. I guess there are a few in jokes here but they are lost on me. I am guessing PR100 is a person who has upset you in the past, I hope I'm not coping his/her flack. Cheers and keep well .
Another late buy from Friday morning has just appeared -- depicted obviously as a sell. 26-Feb-21 10:28:15 67.50 36,500 Sell* 68.00 72.00 24.64k - ------- When allowed I bought a few cheaper on Friday (10k) . gla genuine ones - RM
Agree again Samson, with hindsight and with others helpful input and analysis. Bellers will probably get a brand new combined harvester. The Yule log has been extinguished. The trolls should depart. But in the East End of London and Docklands, what will Steptoe and Sons do without Hercules??!? - Three wheelers are most likely to re-appear, New York, Paris and Peckham (dealing exchanges) - Trotters Independent Trading --. RM
RM, I certainly didn't expect the reshuffle, although I approve of it. I was pleasantly surprised at the proactive approach. IMO Gray was a good man to see it to this stage, he seemed to me to be a good choice to interface with the NP etc, i.e. not overly aggressive or offensive in any sort of abrasive way and with a wealth of experience to allay fears/dispell fallacies so often invented by qangos who have never worked in the real world. Now it's virtually over the line and employing local people it will become a fixture of the landscape, both visually and economically, so it's a great opportunity to bring in someone who will be more dynamic for the longer term with a progressive outlook. The mine has some PR momentum at the moment with the documentary and news of starting operations so it's a real opportunity to make some effective changes without much resistance.
It's interesting what TB was saying about not being able to get the guys here from the equipment fabricators. That makes total sense now and it can't of been easy to get to this stage without them,so again that turns what on the surface a negative into a positive, because they've managed to get it close without the support that in any other engineering job would be considered mandatory.
Maybe it's the spring sun blazing down and driving out the darkness of a Highland winter, but I definitely feel this is the best RNS we've had in a long time. I guess only time will tell.
Listening Baz, or really Reading. Agree. Shylock was the one posting - saying he was always listening to his clients. Never expected the re-shuffle on Friday, when it seems many did (obviously me and Mr Rocket on a Friday Sgzzzzz day got it wrong, after the Thursday pre-planned raid occurred. The MM's were able to steal some shares before the PIs got going at a higher price. Now price near last Thursdays price- Yes, a vote of confidence for the SGZ management. Today -- Daily Mail News on Gravel Guys fly-past of C-130 Hercules - Death of Hercules: Fleet of planes favoured by SAS is to be grounded http://a.msn.com/00/en-gb/BB1e3ysE?ocid=se What next the death of Champion !?!!? :) Back to studying the Film - The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes and the U boat crew of Trappist Monks on Loch Ness - gla genuine ones RM.
Listen,I expected another months delay so no surprise there.If and it is a big if the board have learned anything then the statement of 1000 tons for March should be an understatement with the intention of it being a lot higher. And then 3 CHEERS FOR THE MANAGEMENT.As I said it is a big if.
As someone mentioned earlier, one can infer that NLR has done a bit of whip-cracking here. We discussed his unwaning support a couple of weeks back and the confidence that his long-term vision should give to we humbler investors. But even so... there must come a point (which would appear to have been reached) at which even someone with a relaxed approach in the Val Doonican class would say something other than "Oh, well, a few more millions wiped off my wad today. Hey, ho". Let's hope we've got the right team in place now. And let's hope they don't subscribe to the Trappist Monk School of PR.
If you buy below the mid point of the spread the system sometimes records it as a sell, the opposite can happen too. I don’t really understand it but I think it’s to do with smaller capital companies and outdated computers. My buy didn’t even show up today
Ok, after reading it all this time, I am pretty positive. Understand that everyone, especially those who have been in this for donkeys would like to see more progress, but it sounds like that the issues in management and technical are at least being addressed. Sells are buys (still dont understand that ,) doesn't sound like there was anything totally unexpected in the news, the sun is out and there are two hurcules circling my house. for a brief moment the world seems ok. Hopefull this could be a day that is looked back on as the start of the good times. Cheers and have a good weekend.
I haven't read and absorbed the RNS but I am sad to see them go, it is an end of an era. Being reasonably local to Cononish, it was always a pleasure to walk by and sometime drop in to the house or the station office.
This morning's posts have been an interesting read as they seem to progress from shock/horror to analysis of the positives/the only way is up and even woolly jumpers picking up cheap shares! Ta for informative contributions from Morar, Eck, Samson, TB1872 and amusement from some others.
Changes for CS and RG would I think have happened anyway fairly soon, but have certainly been hastened by events since last November. I found them both quite genuine guys, but there are no prizes for not delivering on indicated expectations.
We now only have 'onwards and upwards' and will still be FIRST among potential UK mining projects/prospects. Two steps forward and one back as ever. Now where's the dust pan and brush? GLA, R.
"New younger guy in who appears to have a decent pedigree"
When you say pedigree, I'll tell you something funny, Samson. I always come on here late, being retired, so when I did do so this morning and read that Mr Philip Day had been appointed the new CEO, my first reaction was "Oh Christ! Not the Edinburgh Woollen Mill bloke!" :)