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Dorset, be wary of posters on LSE, some of whom like to fill the boards with subtle fear and doubt by pretending to be investors and then gradually posting more and more negative bile about the company they claim to be invested in, so that they can scare people out at a loss. That stuff is real and eventually, the individuals who do it form a pattern on their posting history.
Hedgehog, I am watching Greenroc to see what the price does and yes, the comparison is similar to GCAT in terms of price action so far. However, GCAT released an operational update early, they are already in production, they post regular PR themselves and they're working with a reputable PR company to raise investor interest. So its a different proposition in many other ways. I hope GROC follow suit on the quick wins like ops updates and PR because I'd like to invest.
Koty, ha ha, yeah I was thinking the same about worst investment - its oil, gas and green projects, should be the dream ticket! To be honest, the volatility in the market is weird at the moment, so I wouldn't be surprised to see it rocket back up out of nowhere one day soon.
Greg25, I couldn't actually believe what you were saying was true, so I had to go and check out Greatland Gold's website. Yes, you're right, they are not yet a producer, but with an mcap of over 600m.
What is going on? GCAT are actually producing about 400oz a month and have an mcap of 21m. GGP are not yet producing and have an mcap of 646m.
Yet here we are, not even one month since listing and we have several posters here trying to 'warn' other investors about how this could all 'go horribly wrong', when the truth is that this gold producer is no less risky than any other listed junior explorer or producer. They all need funding and they all have costs.
I am invested here., cautiously so far. I'll be keeping an eye on my investment, but that is the correct thing to do with any investment.
They have achieved a great deal already, have plans to expand production capacity and to find other prospects to explore and develop. I think there's an opportunity here to see what GCAT are capable of over the coming months.
Iknownuffin: You don't have to imagine being a person who likes to spread fear and misery. You've popped over to one of my other investments and posted with snide remarks twice whilst it was rising on anticipation of good news, which then subsequently arrived as genuine good news on a good company moving forward. You appeared happy to talk a great prospective investment down without having done any research, at the expense of the genuine holders of that share. I find it unbelievable that people like you show two faces across the boards, but I see it a lot.
Stokey: What kind of source are you looking for to see that information reflected on the Boris quote? It would be great if your research could provide a secondary verification, so let us know what you find.
I think its a reasonable piece of research, the site has no agenda where they'd need to quote about Harland and Wolff.
Not sure if anyone has already posted this: https://www.theyworkforyou.com/debates/?id=2021-09-16a.1131.2 Boris JohnsonThe Prime Minister, Leader of the Conservative Party, The Prime Minister 10:30 am, 16th September 2021Of course Northern Ireland will play its part, not least in the shipbuilding strategy that will follow after the spending review. I should have made more of that. I am delighted to say that Harland and Wolff has, as I understand it, just taken on another 1,000 apprentices for the first time in a very long time to get ready for exactly that strategy.
Where do people think this is heading? The all time high of about 4p was several years ago, so if this stays in its usual range, there's not that much headroom, but if it breaks above 1.2p, then surely all bets are off?
Rajbury, I don't think its worrying, its a squeeze. Sprott are buying up uranium in the market and have squeezed the price. People think its a bull run, I guess enjoy it while it lasts. The trend is your friend and all that.
Rajbury, its a data feed issue, I have had to email the LSE email a few times about another stock. I think its firstname.lastname@example.org. They have IT glitches a lot at the moment, but I have previously pointed out its potentially material to investors.