The significance of resource moving to Indicated17 Oct 2019 10:33
I dont think too many people actually understand what an indicated JORC gives us. Besides reducing the risk for investors and the SP will reflect this ...what this actually does for any potential mining company even though it is not mined....it gives them the capability of "adding it to their reserves" in the balance sheet....a huge bonus in other words.... So needless to say there must be many eyes on this BB at the moment. !!! Mining companies as well I would guess.
RE: Better get your positions Indicated on its way17 Oct 2019 09:35
My Last response from FCA...... I assure you that the FCA’s process is to undertake a review of all the information received and this is my expectation of the Market Abuse teams. I understand that this does not provide you with the outcome which you were hoping for but I hope my response has explained our position. Yours sincerely,
RE: Better get your positions Indicated on its way17 Oct 2019 09:26
Yes....why do you think I take such an active interest in DB's tactics and the goings on on this BB ?? Im trying to protect my investment to a large extent. I have been given assurance from FCA that they will investigate DB's activities.
RE: Better get your positions Indicated on its way17 Oct 2019 09:14
Well I have been around a long time now....will see this back at 0.0012 shortly....as soon as the JORC is released.... I am very confident as is Oils, Gizzard and Shed and a few others. The asset value will prevail in the end.
RE: Better get your positions Indicated on its way17 Oct 2019 06:45
Guys....I dont anyone really on this BB condones what DB are doing. I have said it before....what are they doing is tantamount to "insider trading" and I have reported them to FCA. In fact I believe EUZ themselves may have even done so for market abuse. Its not shouting the company down or de ramping....Its all about ethics and a level playing field for all.
RE: Better get your positions Indicated on its way16 Oct 2019 14:04
I agree Gipps....pleased you mentioned Copper....I found this in the archives.... The Toral Project The Toral Project covers a license area of 2,400 ha located in the province of Leon on the northern Iberian peninsula in North West Spain, approximately 400 km northwest of Madrid. The property is accessed by infrastructure including a regional highway, a high voltage power line and a railway line which links to the Asturianas zinc-lead smelter via the city of Leon. The April 2011 NI 43-101 technical report, commissioned by GoldQuest and prepared by Micon International Co. Limited, outlined an indicated resource for the Toral project of 4.04Mt grading 5.3% lead, 6.5% zinc, 0.11% copper and 41g/t of silver. In addition, Micon estimated an inferred resource of 4.67Mt grading 4.44% lead, 5.4% zinc, 0.14% copper and 32g/t of silver. A cut-off grade of 7% combined lead and zinc was used to define the Toral project’s mineral resources. The complete NI 43-101 technical report may be found on GoldQuest’s company profile at www.sedar.com. Source https://www.goldquestcorp.com/index.php/news/archive/150-portex-minerals-inc-announces-memorandum-of-understanding-to-acquire-goldquest-mining-corp-s-base-metal-properties-in-north-west-spain
I dont know Bobby....I have enough of these "golden tickets" to last me a lifetime....whats left of it anyways. If you think about we were told that the last fundraising was "over subscribed"......so an over subscribed scenario tells me that more people wanted more shares at discounted favourable prices...... hence this situation. Anyways this is my opinion only and Im going to turn my laptop off until tomorrow....and check for an RNS. Have a lovely day mate.
@ Meno…..for closures sake… I responded to FCA with your comment…. “So, an organisation that specialises in helping the public invest has no publicly transparent complaints system ? pretty irresponsible position to take given one of the main factors of the 2008 crash was lack of transparency in the financial sector.... “ Their response is Thank you for your further email.I recognise your frustrations and I hope my response clarifies our role a bit more to help your understanding of what we do. The FCA does not provide a complaint service against regulated financial services or publicly listed firms. The FCA oversees the financial markets and works to prevent misconduct, therefore any information provided is useful for that purpose. I assure you that the FCA’s process is to undertake a review of all the information received and this is my expectation of the Market Abuse teams. I understand that this does not provide you with the outcome which you were hoping for but I hope my response has explained our position. Yours sincerely,
@Shed....the jury is still out for him....I dont think any investor was happy with him once he said he went on record saying he did not care about the share price.....he has changed his tact somewhat now .....saying it needs stability....anyways no need to harp on the past...lets hope he delivers on time and within budget and no screw ups....