Agree about BMV as a speculative small cap. S Korea seems to have a lid on CV19 so that's an additional attraction.
The CV19 factor has led to me investing in gold producers in jurisdictions where I figure they will deal with the virus by effective means. I actually chose Russia - especially remote parts like Siberia. TSG is my biggest holding, I like HGM and POLY too.
Second, the PM makes these statements on the advice of both the most senior scientific and health advisors in the land. The media are free to question these people directly as they sit next to the PM so it is obvious that the PM is acting on their advice.
So, are you saying that you are better qualified in epidemiology, virology and public health than these people? If so, what are your credentials?
Or are you saying that the scientific and health experts are part of your global conspiracy?
RE: China getting back to normal, massive stimulus coming20 Mar 2020 10:03
Agreed, China does appear to be getting back to normal. I received this from one of my tech suppliers in Shenzhen this morning. This is cut and paste info from him, not doctored or filtered by the media, etc. The context is the UK school shutdown, etc...
STARTS Hi (my name deleted),
l can feel that...it's really so terrible for everyone... Also all the schools here are still remained closed...l have been teacher as well as worker for pretty much 2 months ...
The life is getting back to normal in China now including Wuhan/Hubei where people proved to be uninfected finally have been allowed to be moving countrywide...no quarantine for them any more!
We are getting safer and safer...and that gathering for small groups are allowable, l have also started meeting with friends and relatives in a different city nearby shenzhen at last weekend...
Yes, it is predictable that business will be slow...l heard the AV installations in China is still kept zero to date...
So hopefully Chinese delegates will soon be free to conduct talks about Zanaga although CV19 spreading through Africa is another barrier.
Chinese stimulus - yes undoubtedly coming but IMO will be internally-focussed on immediate job security. Overseas strategic acquisitions likely not considered immediately important.
It'll happen, just not in the next few weeks IMO. When it does it will be life changing for me
Last trade 0.015p equates to a 3000:1 destruction of shareholder value.
In the current climate, even with a share consolidation to get above nominal value, getting another placing away will be impossible (I can't imagine anyone being so stupid to sign up for it). This leaves either bankruptcy or Lance taking control and de-listing from AIM. With cost-savings, MDZ might survive privately. I can see no alternative to 100% wipeout for ordinary shareholders.
6 weeks on from this seminal thread, it's interesting in hindsight to read what folks said about CV19. My favourite remains from allthatguff...
"A mouse in the basement."
Anyway, inspite of the incessant pumping the SP has continued to implode in the global market crash resulting from just a mouse in the basement. Now in the mid-3's and with a mkt cap of just £10 million, there is, I reckon, a 100-fold upside.
Doubtless all AV installers will be affected by CV19. Clients will not be signing-off on projects, clients will be denying access to sites, Chinese-made hardware may be difficult to source, staff will be working from home, etc.
The outlook for so many is uniquely grim. Only the fittest will survive. I hope MDZ's employees are OK