Their portfolio of holdings ,warrants and options are listed on their website and doesn`t show any GGP shares or warrants as being held at the 30th july 2020. I believe they also trade shares so its possible they could have some in their trading account but unlikely.
I would certainly welcome news of a large International banker such as JPM becoming our company broker . It would immediately put us into a different league status wise. With their access and association with the institutions we are bound to attract attention and investment in my opinion. It`s a further step forward in becoming a respected and progressive company.
I`m fully aware of Mikes current earnings . I`m surprised you think its outlandish. In the meantime I`m happy to be invested here and look forward to see how this developes. I believe Mikes visiting the Pilbara region this week ,I hope he takes his Black and Decker with him to please gkb47.
How much is our CEO currently being paid? as it seems to be upsetting you .You regard him as being a total failure I don`t and I will continue to back him along with Metal Tiger. The assets we have look undervalued to me and I look forward to developements over the next few months.
You are quite a commedian. I accept the company could have been managed better but explorers have had a torrid time over the last 5 or 6 years .Thor has always been under funded and without a tier1 or 2 find its been difficult to raise finance to progress their finds. If finance is forthcoming for any of our assets it would provide a window for further placings at a decent price instead of always scraping the barrel. I can`t think Metal Tiger would continue to support Thor in its latest purchase in the States if they didn`t think it represented value . Time will tell but slating the ceo of the company to me seems is being done to undermine the company and deter new investors. If I`m not invested in a company I certainly don`t waste my time making negative comments.
The problem with Molyhil is that it`s too small a project for the large companies to bother with and too big for the small companies to finance. Whilst its viable commercially its difficult to finance or find a partner .I thought the Bonya addition would tip the balance as this could extend the life span of the mine by another 18mths to a year. Perhaps now this latest developement with the Northern States initiative will be the answer to Mike`s prayers. I accept your view but beg to differ on prospects here
Every exploration company has to raise money through placings as they have no other source of income. Drilling isn`t cheap so how else woulld Mick pay for the drilling? Once the market gets wind of a placing the shares are sold prior to the placing driving the price down. A good example of this is the last placing by UJO which dropped nearly 50% before the placing price was fixed. You and others blame Mick for presiding over a company which has to dilute to exist. Once the projects reach the stage pfs which less face it is not very often capital becomes easier either by a joint venture or buy out. I agree with you that these investments are a gamble in the early stages but can develope with success into a long term investment . I`ve been invested in GGP for 2years which I now regard as a long term investment . Initially it was a gamble at 1.8p I agree . I think Mick has accumulated some good prospects and now base metal companies have started to gain interest I believe Thor will attract its share of new investors.