Earache, when you buy shares you own part of the company. The company’s money belongs to shareholders whether you bought the shares from the company or another person. The BoD manage assets that belong to shareholders.
So despite typing in caps, the truth is that the BoD do have our money.
Tricky, if you’re at the train station and it says the train will come in 1 minute but 2 minutes later it still hasn’t come, do you think with each passing second it’s more likely the train will arrive, or less likely?
Why any genuine investor wouldn’t trust a BoD who owns 1/4 of a company whose sp has gone up 1500% in less than a year is beyond me. Ppl who are paid to post this c I do understand. We all gotta make a living.
RE: Why I think Delisting is on the cards07 May 2020 08:48
OMG would people please stop posting useless warnings with the get-out clause “I hope for your sakes I’m wrong” or the like. You just want the chance to be smug later without the risk of feeling stupid because you know if we sell MT we’ll be too busy celebrating to come back here to call you out.
Do me a favour please. Do a rough calculation of what 15M oz of Pd is worth. Then come back and tell us again that we’re focussed on “unsubstantiated facts.”
You think the BoD will screw us somehow? How would that work since they are huge shareholders themselves.
There’s a reason so many hate the negativity on here. It’s the negativity that’s unsubstantiated.
Hi all. I haven’t posted in a while so there’s no reason you should trust me, but I’m just going to tell you what I know. Next Monday at 7am we’re going to be visited by aliens from another planet 100% guaranteed. I heard it from a friend who is very close to this information in a professional capacity and he is keeping my informed.