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Rainbow Rare Earths CEO George Bennett makes the investment case for #RBW at London South East. Watch the full video here.
Posted in: HWC
I agree apps, we may even get some warrants as well. The Poles do play hard ball.
Posted in: ARB
i think old herrybarry works for Tom W.
no point in fretting about it, how many years have we waited?a couple of months should fly by .
Nextlink, i did the same as you, i found the Australian house portal not very helpful,Maybe because it's a fairly new company looking to make a mark. Hopefully.
nice surprise, hope our shares don't get watered down. anything above 15.5p would be great
ActionThis Day, i totally agree, and just to add one more thing. those II's need their bonuses at the end of the year.
can you post a link for this info.
Flowerpot, thanks ,I'll make a note :-)
my snot nosed son bought some bit coin about 10 years ago to buy some spurious weed from america but it didn't happen.of course he for got he had the wallet until last Christmas, now he keeps bugging me as to when to sell . lucky git.
remember last November, when we were below 10p and so under valued. feels just like that
give it time. The NAS needs to be NEWS fed.
i think the NASDAQ is going to blow away yesterdays trading total :-)
this is soooo under valued, this time next year ARB will be pulling in between 700-800 BTC a month.do the maths lads
and POP goes BITTY
Mikk, thank you for the correction, even so there were 1/2 a million ADS's traded on the NAS yesterday.At 10-1 that's more than the FTSE
Magnum, Uses Google, Also all the IPO buyers are locked in for 90 days, Where do you think the NAS is getting its supply from?
each passing day the FTSE's influence will wane as the NASDAQ sucks up all shares.
just double checked my figures, its more like$400 million a year
with all these machines at $40,000 BTC we will be making $300+ million a year. what's not to like