Chri5p. IMHO This is being walked down in readiness for a cheap placing to cover the JV drilling costs, and true to form, PIs will be left out of said placing. Ie all the risk and little reward. Hope I'm wrong but seen it so many times before on AIM.
RE: excitement building for friday07 Dec 2021 13:14
Hi Eric. Not sure, but your post almost seems to link the government's new position on mining to Kurt's performance. Surely the change , due to a change in the government makeup, is more in part due to the pressure from majors and Sweden dropping down the international mining table. I do agree with you though that we now seem to have much to be positive about.
You are right to be concerned at the current and decreasing SP, despite a shedliad of recent drill and assay results. There is a pattern of this currently across the whole Bird stable, with the possible exception of JLP, although that is largely run by Leon Coetzer. One can't help wondering if this is due to a lack of trust in Bird and some disparity in much of the stable between stated and achieved goals.
Dorfan. This is so true. Unless you read the Mail or watch GB NEWS, you will rarely find views opposing or questioning the so called settled science, with the BBC, fearful of vague threats to its licence monopoly, acting as the chief propagandist. South African health officials have repeatedly said that the variant had been around for a while now and is only causing a mild illness. Yet the government straightaway goes into overdrive imposing yet more restrictions on our freedoms. I am vaccinated and boosted but I totally stand up for the right of others not to be forced to undergo vaccination. It is more and more evident that the non vaccinated are not the problem here. The virus is spreading through vaccinated people more and more. What is the agenda here? I donknow but an anagram of omicron is moronic.
Re takeover. Yeah you might think that as BMR was the gateway into Zambia for Jubilee from which they stand to make hundreds of millions profit, at the very least, they would stump up 15 to 20 million of said profits to pay off the long suffering and very screwed over BMR shareholders
I don't believe in the filter. I suspect most who say they are using it on someone still take a peak at what they're saying anyway. I know I've been guilty of that in the past. Let's face it the name of the poster appears at the top of each post as a warning not to read it.
Ls95. I'm starting to think we my be near the top of current spike and that sp will hang around for a bit then start to drift as we await a decision which could be in the new year with Christmas so close. Worth considering a top slice if you're in a reasonable profit perhaps
Problem for us is that jubilee show no signs whatsoever in the near future of using their plant facilities to reclaim lead, zinc or vanadium. They are content to massively ramp up production and profits from copper, seemingly with the full blessing of the zambian government who seem to show scant regard for the health and welfare of Kabweans. It almost seems as if the jubilee Bod are content to string things out until the eventual demise of BMR (Kendrick).
Further to my earlier question, can anyone explain the last 3 trades showing on LSE. Two very large trades from yesterday at 6p and one large trade from before the close. The cynic in me questions why these trades are called unknowns. Somebody must know.
Can a more experienced investor please explain to me how right up to the close of business the sp was tapping on the door of 9p and the sp closed minutes later with an uncrossing trade of a mere £350 at 7.25p?
I'm always torn in these situations. Whether to ride the wave and hope it continues to the beach. Or take a smaller profit in the anticipation of a down drift if the decision is delayed. Will probably come after Christmas or early new year so could possibly see downwards pressure in the meantime. Would hate to miss out on an early decision though in that case. In it to win it and all that.