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That made me smile. Thanks, extrader, we need some light relief :)
Hi Dr Remington,
I think you're being unfair , picking on stz this way ! No less an authority than John Maynard Keynes said that, when the facts changed, it was OK to change one's opinion.
The problem stz has is that the facts haven't changed, they've always been there, he's just been a bit behind the curve in discovering them, as he himself admits : "AFTER having invested thousands of pounds in to this share over the last year, I am really excited by this latest interview by AT. I DIDN'T REALISE a law had been passed by the Congolese Gov't for this project... "
Stz by name, stz by nature....Here's what google threw up, from https://truthbook.com/jesus/twelve-apostles/simon-the-zealot, extracts :
.."...He was A FIERY AGITATOR and was also A MAN WHO SPOKE MUCH WITHOUT THINKING. ....
Simon's strength was his inspirational loyalty. When the apostles found a man or woman who floundered in indecision about entering the kingdom, they would send for Simon. It usually required only about fifteen minutes for this ENTHUSIASTIC ADVOCATE of salvation through faith in God to SETTLE ALL DOUBTS AND REMOVE ALL INDECISION, to see a new soul born into the "liberty of faith and the joy of salvation."
Or, continuing the biblical theme, he's someone who's done a Saul/Paul and had his own Damascene conversion : the constant is the enthusiasm, the change is that from being excitably pro ZIOC , he's now equally excitably anti....
Interesting that Simon on 11th January said: ‘I recovered my losses in other words and now my cash is safe in a bank.’ Now he magically made £10k profit? Can only be the words of a liar to change their story. Maybe they lost too much on ZIOC and SOU and are bitter, looking for someone to blame, now appointed themselves messiah to warn others. Maybe you did recover your losses in EUA, although going by the dates you were posting, it didn’t seem to go up much in that time, so would query you ever got back to evens. Maybe you’re trapped in EUA along with everyone else. We’re all free to make our investing choices. It’s extremely weird when people like yourself act like this, gloating, feeling the need to talk down to people who are still invested here. What does it really matter? And if the share went bust tomorrow, no doubt you’d be here telling people you warned them? The fact you’re still posting here is extremely sad and I feel sorry for you because you’ve obviously got serious issues, otherwise you’d have just sold up and left..
Trust me mate, the egg is well and truly in all of your faces and definitely not on mine.
Egg + face yet again.
We cringe for you buddy.
I was a LTH of this share, but ran a mile after I read the most recent bout of rns statements. I have actually made 10k by exiting this share when I did as it has retreated at such a rate and not stopping either. My money is safe in the bank and you can quote me as much as you like, but keep it current as I have changed my mind on this share, but never doubted the asset in place.
Wow..!02 Apr 2019 18:54
After having invested thousands of pounds in to this share over the last year, I am really excited by this latest interview by AT. I didn't realise a law had been passed by the Congolese Gov't for this project. Once it is at full stage development, it is going to be huge and I for one am prepared to wait. Like AT said, it is a unique project and in time, the big Chinese and Japanese banks will be forming an orderly queue to get a slice of the profits - that is if Glencore let them! My advice to anyone reading this, is load up now and do what I have done and leave them in a stocks and shares isa and just be patient. Your rewards will come.
Best advice you’ve ever gave Simon, shame you didn’t take heed yourself. Goodnight
The Zanaga project is ratified in law by the Congolese Government. One cannot compare this to what is happening over at AAOG. The AAOG drills etc have been plagued with problems and delays, hence why AAOG is struggling at the moment. ZIOC is a very different proposition. AS AT eluded to in a recent interview in April of this year, we know exactly what we have. Billions of tonnes of high grade iron ore. Once the infrastructure is in place, the project will be like one giant hub in the local economy and can be fully funded through JV partnerships, all buying in to this immense project through logistics and transport etc. This is not your typical p&d AIM share. These projects take time, but as long as you are patient, keep loading up at these low levels and sit back and watch it all unfold. GLA.
I have been accumulating tens of thousands of these shares over the last 2 years. Have never sold any of them either. This is a unique share on AIM and unlike anything else I have invested in. Nearly half of the shares in circulation are held by a handful of people - hence the huge swings. Like somebody said earlier, nobody ever sells, so can be hard to get your hands on when good news lands.
What changed for you, struggle to pay the mortgage?
Dr Remington, you have mis-quoted me. The first quote about dusters actually related to Sound Energy Plc. Please get your facts straight and try not to relate other quotes about totally different shares to this one. To coin a phrase, please close the door behind you Dr Remington.
Just flicked through some of your posts Simon, seems all you do is drag down stocks and mock people. Except for these ones:
The reason why I am not selling is because I already have a low average, because unlike most investors, I called it right and waited for the inevitable back to back dusters. You said your average was 16p, wouldn’t call that low?
The big clue surrounding this share was the introduction of BOD incentives last week. That points to some sort of JV imo. Like many of you, I am heavily invested in ZIOC and have never traded a single share. It is unlike any other share on AIM and when the sp erupts, it goes up a penny a second. Quite frightening to witness! Heavily invested?
Question for you Eric. Are you invested in this share? If your answer is no, then show yourself out and close the door behind you please.
Hope you take heed of that last one yourself. Hypocrite.
I wish Veteran10. I live above a chippy in a grotty bedsit overlooking an even grottier car park.
Showing yourself as quite a nasty but stupid piece of work Simon. You have a good evening in your 2 bed terrace.
I’m happy for him wasting his time on here, leave him to it. Pathetic, that someone spends so much time trying to justify posting here. Obviously got an agenda. I believe he’s too frightened to invest, therefore is trying to put others off.
Simon I dont understand why you spend time on this board when you dont have a single stock. If ZIOC go bust, then come back and write, "what did I tell you". If they get a JV/BO, then come back and congratulate all of us shareholders, who got it right. No one knows what will happen and naturally there is big risks, but on the others hand I have not seen as good an opportunity for long time, so I am willing to take the risk. I am sure you naturally also did not loose a single usd during last week, because you naturally bought put options friday 21 jan... So we are aware ZIOC has risk but also a chance for heavily rewards, so lets see how it ends up, and as you dont have any shares, I would use my time in forums where I actually have shares, to get a fruitful discussion. And if you are right in the end and zioc go bust, then come back with your comments, and I would be happy to tell you, I was wrong and you were right, but until then, spend your time on forums discussing stock you actually own. (if you own any at all)
I am not looking for anyone to be swayed by me. I am simply stating the obvious with this share. It is written in previous rns statements for everyone to read and in any case, most of you are resigned in the sp going to 0.5p, so that says it all imo. Technically speaking, we are in to a new month and AT said that he would provide you all with an update this month. If one comes, it will be towards the end of the month (which by my calculations is another 250K spent), and it won't be good news imo. Of course, the lower the better as the substantial raise will be out of the way at your expense imo. That is when people are going to come back to this at what will be mates rates and an early Spring Sale. It has already tickled 4.5p this week and that was just a mere glimpse of how low it can go before you see any returns on your investments. I am enjoying seeing how all of this will unfold. Pretty exciting stuff from where I am sat. Have a lovely weekend all.
Unlucky I’ve got loads in bank and loads in here. Your not going to sway anyone’s decision Simon, maybe advise your brother what to do.
I haven't even mentioned Coronavirus and don't need to judging by all of the posts below. Don't use this virus as an excuse for the SP performance and please do not use the threat of global recession either. The best part in all of this is that most of you don't really care if the SP retreats to 0.5p. You all possess the classic denial / false hope syndrome that I see with every failing AIM company. If you take the 'I do not care' attitude, then you make yourselves yet another stat for investors who ruined their lives and the lives of people close to them with your gambling addictions. You are all in denial and should heed my advice. My money is now safe in the bank, so I am speaking with experience here. I worked out last night that I would have nothing in the bank if I stayed invested in this can kicker of a share.
Link for the US article..
## the danger here is that US investors may really get spooked by this. Even tjough not particularly significant in itself.
"China February factory activity contracts at record pace as coronavirus bites
BEIJING (Reuters) - Factory activity in China contracted at the fastest pace ever in February, even worse than during the global financial crisis, highlighting the colossal damage from the coronavirus outbreak on the world’s second-largest economy."
"MARCH 1, 2020 / 12:07 AM /
Mainland China reports 573 new coronavirus cases on Feb. 29
David Stanway, Hallie Gu
SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Mainland China reported 573 new confirmed coronavirus cases on Feb. 29, up from 427 the previous day and the highest daily increase in a week, the country’s health authority said on Sunday.'
FEBRUARY 29, 2020 / 5:16 PM /
Washington state man becomes first U.S. coronavirus fatality
Gabriella Borter, Steve Gorman
(Reuters) - A Washington state man in his 50s with underlying health issues became the United States’ first fatality from the coronavirus, officials said on Saturday, as the Trump administration stepped up efforts to combat the spread of the global outbreak."
## The global situation is worrying, the next few weeks could be pivotal. If this tips the world into global recession all bets are off for any commodities plays. Further, the market may panic to the extreme beyond what is reasonable. Be aware and be flexible.