You're right, john, I don't! No matter...the apology was a nice touch. I bought into KEFI about a year ago and bought out...quick (because my research analysts warned me off). It does seem to me that Kerim has tentacles out into many miners which is hardly surprising given his professional competence but I just feel that Cyprus may not be on his current list of priorities - unless he has spotted a potential bargain grab.
Paul1D - 3p by year end would be nice although I was forecasting by next Easter. Either way I hope our sp will not fall sub 2p anymore. I've noticed (elsewhere) there is some ramping of gold price towards $1650 plus but I think it ain't gonna happen and in any event M20ASH has taken, imho, a conservative approach to all his great calculation. Obviously next year could have some very "changing events" on both sides of the Atlantic and hopefully more stability and calm in the Middle East.
Sorry about the rugger results but nevertheless ya got very close which in itself is an excellent achievement.
The Witching Hour approacheth and no Brexit, no chat on here and no upward movement in AAU share price. So I guess the roller coaster will continue as the media muddles on towards your Election and from time to time we get RNS and video snippets from the Doctor (and I don't mean the guy in that Tardis). Bloody cold here...only 60F at midday...that's 35F down since last week so I had to switch from cool A/C to heat. Trick or Treat anyone?
Tell me about it, Cornish ! I bought an annuity in London with a bonus I'd received in GB. It was payable in GBP so it has diminished somewhat over the years and even more so when you lot voted for Brexit ! Anyway....two things more.
Firstly, it's great that AAU sp has climbed back over 2p. Secondly, being as sometimes we get into soccer, cars etc....this time just to make any "railbuffs" here go green - earlier this month I had the pleasure of watching (and actually touching) Union Pacific RR "Big Boy" in steam and hauling a preserved 15 car consist. Biggest loco ever at 4-8-8-4 . What a monster.
Maybe I got up too early this morning, john, but I was thinking if you get more dollars for pounds right now than you did say a month ago.... should you not be able to buy more gold for a quid than you could purchase a month ago? However , as Cornish has just opined, that is somewhat "academic". (lol)
I can't elaborate on that side of Epstein, john, but I think delving into the full activities of his social contacts (which include many celebs and people "of influence" in the world) may well be a can of worms for a long time to come. Maybe the lid will be nailed down!
I note your personal views, john, about voting and it would indeed be a hell of an act of faith for any Brit to allow a bunch of foreigners in Brussels to have free rein with your Kingdom's destiny. Over here there are many who are wary of Federal Government and often feel secure in the thought of their own State's right to implement legislation, especially if that meets personal preference. For me one obvious downside is that it is intolerable, in the same country, to find oneself suddenly in breach of the law merely by crossing a State line whether , say, by importing a can of nationally retailed beer or having ammunition and your gun not kept apart aboard your car. Some things are even lawfully broken down at County level....for example running a brothel ("chicken ranch") in Nevada or the possession of personal marijuana in California.
Jo Cox was most certainly poking her nose into Offshore Tax Havens because, as a Labour MP, she most probably felt it was a way that the "more privileged" legally avoided taxation. Being a Socialist it was an obvious way to get into spotlights and presumably her contacts perhaps brought her access to the so-called Panama Papers and a veritable Pandora's Box of very sensitive info. Who knows what rich and powerful people she might have upset in the process.
A number of foreign people have died in Britain in circumstances which tend to point to a State Execution...but no convictions have ensued. I'll start with the 1978 case of dissident Bulgarian, Georgi Markov being poked with a poisoned umbrella on Waterloo Bridge. Then we have Alexander Litvinenko in 2006 (poisoned with radioactive polonium), Alexander Perepilichny in 2012 (poisoned with gelsium very likely disguised by intermixing with sorrell as a herbal flavor). Boris Berezovsky in 2013 (found dead in a locked bathroom with a ligature around his neck). Scot Young jumped to his death in 2014 . Then there are Sergei Skripal and daughter Yulia in 2018 ...they survived a chemical attack.
Many Corporate bosses move money offshore. Many donate to political organizations and even the Conservative Party! Some may have been ennobled as a result. For example I found billionaire Lord Ashcroft's description in Wikipedia to be fascinating. )
Finally, Paul1D ('cos I am quite sure other posters will by now have had enough of this topic) and without seeking to denigrate Richard D Hall, I suggest you view the website I have listed hereunder . It is a contribuion from the Hong Kong-based "South China Morning Post" which contains a somewhat different belief about the character of Thomas Mair (who has been blamed for attacking Jo Cox).
I don't think we are on the same wavelength here, Paul1D. You offer me "angles" about Brexit and EU taxation and then come back referring to JFK's assassination and follow on to several hours of YouTube opinion featuring the writer and RichPlanet TV personality, Richard D Hall who raises many questions over the veracity of the official version of events surrounding the death of Jo Cox MP in 2016. Mr Hall over the years has attracted fame, viewers and adherents to his lectures and conspiracy theories (including Madeline McCann's "disappearance"and UFOs. Presumably he has made a career (and money) from doing this. We also have people who , for a fee, will recommend what shares we should invest in and who often offer free advice which is frequently pointed to in these online Share Chats.
I'm sure that your Mister Hall would do well selling Snake Oil here in our Wild West. Sorry, Paul, but I prefer to stick with the Conspiracies surrounding the real meanings of the illustrations on our dollar bill, whether the Bilderbergers are representative of a new World Order or whether the Rothschild family have effectively manipulated histor for over 300 years.
Even more worrying is that we do not yet know who shot JR ! Have a Great Weekend, 'cos Monday's Stock Exchange could be very interesting.
Fair comment, Paul1D, because there is a lot of media propaganda and bs overall....all the more important to dyor as well. Since you have concerns about BBC and I am likewise about Fox we could do worse than peek at Al Jazeera as well from time to time. I have noted some very accurate reporting therefrom (perhaps 'cos it is Qatar-based and not Saudi or Emirati?) In my country we are also blessed with two very unbiased outlets, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) on tv and National Public Radio (NPR). Both rely on donations/subscriptions to operate independently from government or corporate controls.
"It is amazing to see the USA again stepping in to broker peace". Not to me it isn't, VanVan....and it wasn't Trump who flew to Ankara to meet Erdogan but our Vice President, Mike Pence.
I suggest to you that our Donald is in deep doo-doo. There are concerns about his mental state and he is perceived as being very childish. Today our media informs us that the contract to host the next G7 Meeting has been awarded to the Trump National Doral Golf Resort in Miami. (Nothing so personally blatant seems to have been done by a US President before). We are informed that our US Ambassador to the UN ( Gordon Sonderland) has , through his testimony to Congress, virtually chucked Trump and his personal lawyer (Rudy Giulani) "under a bus". TRump himself is now facing calls from all sides for impeachment. But since he has all his pals in the Judiciary and as Senate Leader he ain't gonna be turned out of office by the Democrats. So we now have a good guy/bad guy situation rooted in the Republican Party and a need to provide for its future. Imho it goes like this...... Trump is impeached and resigns before things hit the fan and seriously damage his Party. Mike Pence becomes President for the rest of this session and the GOP has both a scapegoat for any misdemeanours and perhaps a better hope for success in the November 2020 Election.
Otherwise I am fine with the sentiments you and john have just expressed about AAU, thanks.
"One needs an open mind and a lack of ignorance to sit and watch it all through though and comment after."
OK, Paul, but what if the article is incompatible with my beliefs and yet totally agreeable with your perspective? Do we then continue to slug it out on here and pee off all the other posters? I don't think so. Nevertheless I admit to being curious as to what tax and brexit "angles" you suggest I should peruse. I thought there was good reason for the UK to be into the original "Common Market" (EEC) but when elements within the Community appeared to be pushing towards "federalization" of matters ( such as tax, military establishment, common law etc) ) I felt that such moves might be contrary to individual countries' notions of sovereignty whereby the tail starts wagging the dog.