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Jerryspaniel. A few months ago you posted some comments about your experience on the trading desks that made a big impression on me. I have been putting the lessons into practise in the time since and found it helpful. I am grateful to you for it.
CleverThoughts. This is an important point that people need to take on board. It doesn't need to be 'another Havieron' or 'the next GGP' to repay an investment. It just needs to start from a low market cap and have the potential to be economic. A company with a market cap of, say, £10 millions can multi-bag on the potential of something much smaller than Havieron. The whole 'another Havieron' or 'the next GGP' thing is just a red herring.
CleverThoughts. The market cap argument goes like this. GGP has a market cap of about £700 millions. WSBN has a market cap of £21 millions. If there is an indication that Terra Search's suspicions are correct and Red Setter is something like Havieron - that's a potential 33 times. That's a long way off - of course - and thinking in those terms at this point is counting a lot of chickens before they're hatched. But it doesn't have to be anything like the size of Havieron to justify multi-bagging - it just has to be economic, which Bamps21 has said that it.
CleverThoughts. Basically, the Terra Search team is being hosted at Newcrest's nearby Telfer mine. They've just completed a sampling campaign to identify the best targets for quite a large drilling campaign. News of the sampling results and/or the announcement that drilling has commenced should be in the next fortnight or so. That's the situation at the moment.
CleverThoughts. They have a long-standing working relationship with a company called Terra Search that does the on the ground exploring. It's THEIR opinion that Red Setter has geological similarities to Havieron. After the initial fiasco when they had to change the name, the directors have made a point of letting Terra Search do the talking. The company RNSs are largely Terra Search reports repeated verbatim.
CleverThoughts. They haven't done themselves any favours by the Havieron thing - in the beginning they actually called Red Setter 'Havieron-lite' or something like that. It was shameless and it put investors off. They were told to change it.
CleverThoughts. PS. I don't know what your prefered investing style is. In truth, all this controversy and argy-bargy isn't mine. There are a number of decent little companies getting on with the job - going for a bargain price and largely neglected. I have found a handful I quite like but I'm sure there are at least as many others. I like to buy a certain amount and just sit tight.
Hi Burleigh My initial posting on Friday was prompted by the bombardment of the Ggp board by your good self.
I offered an unbiased opinion of the facts that have been published by WSBN, I did not in any way ramp or deramp this share or the other share. I have not said anywhere that Ggp shareholders are buying into WSBN I have friends who have invested here and not Ggp. I do not advise people to buy or sell and very rarely quite sp movements. I analyse data/facts and give my opinions on those facts. No one on here has or can dispute the facts as I’ve presented them. I offered my free advice to help people who don’t understand the industry.
All I have had in return is abuse and name calling I find that worrying that there is no one here who knows what they have invested into and are turning abusive because of it.
I suggest you do some homework especially where your licences are compared to Pascalle, nowhere near is the answer.
Mantasz. Hi. I don't think it's a case of wanting to buy into WSBN at a lower entry. It's clear from Bamps21's own posts that the LTHs in GGP are already invested. It's more about convincing the ordinary reader of the GGP chat board not to be tempted to rescue his/her investment by moving to another stock. It doesn't have to be WSBN - it could be anything with a low market cap.
I dont post often but do find the 'activity' here quite amusing and being a current holder of the stock.
I think many are well aware of what's going on and it does bode well for an impending price rise with so much 'interest' being shown.
I find it remarkable when certain new posters make comments like "Thought i had missed the boat on Monday when it hit 14p but luckily has come back down considerably." Then saying they're looking to buy in at 9p. - Eilleen H
This after stating "there appears only to be a trace amount of gold mineralization"
Why buy in at all if that's the case or indeed be concerned that you've 'missed any boat'???
It's fairly obvious this particular poster, along with others, has a keen interest in holding WSBN stock and most rational readers of this BB will be well aware of that.
Regarding the debate around BUYING NOW v BUYING later, it's a personal choice dependent on any individuals approach to risk and overall portfolio structure.
There's also the choice to structure any buying into chunks, thereby mitigating risk, albeit I expect the upside on any positive news releases to be significantly more than 'a few pence's like some are suggesting.
Do your own research & make your own investment decisions. It's your money and shouldnt be tied in with the manipulative efforts of any (primarily) new posters.