"KEFI anticipates Hawiah can be advanced to a development decision at relatively low cost due to the continuous nature of the mineralisation and, in due course, development funding will be readily available. For example, KEFI not only has a strong partner in G&M but also the Saudi Industrial Development Fund provides loans for up to 75% of the capital cost of mine development at attractive interest rates."
Omg. It is NOT the CEO's job to prop up the share price. Defo not "anyway they can." It's the CEO's job to grow the business. By that measure he's doing an excellent job. I'm very happy with what I've been hearing from him.
Sell if you want. You must have put in a huge amount of money to be down £30k now. Frankly, i don't believe an investor with this attitude would invest this amount. I suspect this is a pure deramp.
People's mood seems to change based entirely on whether we have a red or a blue day. No wonder ppl are getting so stressed out when we're down.
Work out what the business is worth and then compare it to the sp to see whether you should buy or sell. That's it. If you don't intend to sell for months or years, the daily price movement is not relevant.
"Invest only if you would be comfortable owning a stock even if you had no way of knowing its daily share price.” ? Benjamin Graham