As retail declines, their former premises are quickly being demolished and out of the rubble appears twelve story buildings with new retail, leisure, office space and luxury apartments. That's what's happening in my home city and plenty of others I visit. Which is why I keep on catching that falling knife and ignoring the runes and tarot cards.
RE: We were right with lithium...20 Jul 2019 08:20
How things change in the world of high finance. Babis becomes the hero, and earache becomes the villain. This soap opera has more twists than than the Corrie factory roof collapse. Can't wait for Monday's episodes. Will Olive Oil come to the rescue, will Spartacus finally be revealed ? Oooh, do we not sail on the ship of fools Oooh, why is life so precious and so cruel
Yes, the EMH board is an absolute no-go zone. No opinion is tolerated except for the resident ramper, his various identities and his merry bunch of outlaws. After calling Babis a crook for over a year while the share price has been destroyed, they now hail him as a hero as they try to ramp the share price and sell out again. Great potential assets, but a possible crooked regime, no cash in the bank, except a small loan at a high interest rate, which will keep the wages paid while the Czech Government continue to find a way to strip the company of its assets. Of course, I wouldn't dare say that on the EMH board. I'd get an arrow to the heart. My trouble is I prefer honesty to profit.
Meant to say... what has happened to the volume ? 1 trade today, 62 shares. This is the only company I am following that has more comments per day than trades. If it is so positive, why isn't anyone buying ? Not even the rampers.
I'm saying nothing, I'm really not. Oh go on then.... I had bought and topped up three times by then. Lovely quite company with lots of potential. Then the rampers came, look where we are now. 1206 days later. Lithium still there, absolutely nothing been done to get it out. Maybe there ain't gonna be ANY lithium, but look on the bright side, tin will be the new plastic.
...and at the risk of getting roasted, you all wanted the directors to put more money in - they have. Most people think the assets have lots of potential.... and several are starting to simmer. So another 1.5 million on the way into my accounts. Average down, sell a few on spikes. Like Frankie - I know nothing, but we are all learning. PS I always stay away from boards I have posted on for the next six months. Give it a chance to die down.
One reason traders won't be targeting Reabold is that some Retail Brokers won't allow investment in them. Traders prefer cheap trading, which usually means Retail. Neither the brokers in question or Reabold will discuss the reason.
Despite the problems, I have a lot of faith in NRR's management. - NewRiver notes the announcement by Arcadia Group on 12 June 2019, confirming that all seven of its Company Voluntary Arrangements ('CVAs') have been approved by the required majority of the companies' creditors. For the purposes of clarification, NewRiver confirms that its total rental exposure to Arcadia Group is limited to £363,000, which represents 0.3% of the Company's gross income, and that there will be no reduction to this rental income as a result of the CVAs.
I am happy to hold, sit back and relax. There are some decent sized buys going through slowly, the company needed to expand after the initial disappointment of not raising enough cash - and this venture seems the easiest way to do it. As it is a particularly niche company I expect green energy IT's to take an interest, maybe even a big player for a takeover in the future, once all the work is done.
IF ONLY... RH69 had told me two years ago that he isn't a financial advisor. I could swear that he was giving advice at the time. Oh well, all in the past now. Come on Robin, get ramping, I need some cash out for other projects. 35p and I can start selling. At the moment, EMH is a dead duck.A few trades a day, a rudderless ship floating in a sea of despair. The only positive is that KDNC have held firm. I will say nothing more about ramping. Fools, money etc etc.
Well said Jangles. What gets to me is when someone starts name calling the people who are selling. Fools seems to be the latest, but it usually decends into various insect species after a while. Non of these people knows how many shares the sellers have, how much they may have added along the way averaging down over many years. It was the same on JOG recently. Absolute cert - HA ! Nothing makes me more likely to sell a few more than the armchair experts.