RE: RNS anytime from 1pm tomorrow please14 Oct 2021 20:24
Tilly the Filly was strong... until the final throes, when weakening on the run-in... not like our own Tilly... who's commanding demeanour provides us all with constant vigour and fortitude (extra rum in my ration tonight!!) :)
Bobrad... just had a chuckle at your post! Fraction of a penny indeed... made me chuckle! I know you're only doing it to wind us all up, but seriously... I've got 84p in Ian's guesstimate game, and that was last years' guess, before all the subsequent good news. Must be north of there now... £1.84 sounds good :) GLA.
RE: Friday , & could it be today ….08 Oct 2021 16:37
I remember sitting here last October, thinking.. "wonder if this will be concluded for Christmas"... and I'm thinking it again!! :) No doubt the company is in a better position, but would be nice to round it off with a big sale!! :) GLA.
I'm glad to hear that Guitar... didn't suspect anything else really... I'm sure AM is frustrated just like many on here. Given the potential newsflow between now and Christmas, it should be short-lived frustration! :) GLA.
Everything will change.. once Art starts pumping out the good news RNS's? He's probably irked himself... for his failings thus far in getting shafted by the wonga-lenders! If however, he gets the business firing on all cylinders, and pumping lots of oil/per day, he will be forgiven by most! Just awaiting the first piece of good newsflow now... which should be forthcoming soon? GLA.
I think many take the view.. As so many companies have done on AIM that a consolidation is a precursor to a raise, so that the directors can maintain their lifestyles!! I don't think COPL falls into this category.. But it certainly could do with the good news flow starting to come through!! GLA.
A few more today... at the 0.328 level... seems like a decent price, for a company that could be going places! Just need the RNS of a positive nature, to send it northwards. Should see some news soon I would think! :) GLA.
Another good day... consolidating the gains, preparing for the exponential gains to come... when it all completes. Hope the might unwashed (aka shorters) have been closing some out! No sign of TMS for several days now... but apparently, he's in for "£3k per penny either way", so good to see he's lost about £25-£30k last few days... could be multiples, if the big one hits! CLOSE IT OFF, you mad stork!! :) GLA.
Don't mention JORC... it's all the Mad Stork fella keeps banging on about... DFS/JORC/PGM's... let's hope he gets royally burnt when it comes in.. hate to see people lose money, but in his case, will make an exception to my rule!! :) GLA.
Reminds me of when I used to take my young daughter on long car journeys... "are we there yet?" No "are we there yet?" No! "are we there yet?" No!!!!! Just sit back... relax... enjoy the travelling experience... will be worth it when we finally get there!! :) GLA.
I think it's a little early to make this judgement on the possibility of a sale of the 16% though... The roaster was not scheduled to be up to full production until mid-2021, so it could possibly still be just about getting to full capacity. However, the antimony price is strong, over $11k per mt now, so if/when it's belting out the antimony, it will be raking in the profits! Re-financing the debt long-term could also be a possibility. So, maybe next year... we could see interest in acquiring our 16% share if it's making vast profit per month. Have to wait and see.. .but, I am not selling mine for a few pennies either! :) GLA.
Maybe I don't fully understand the relationship with SP and potential dividend.. but, surely, it's the same now as it was before... maybe even better, with more potential and area added? I mean... my guess last year in Ian's guesstimate game, was 84p... this was when the SP was in the 35p+ range... so, should I reduce my guess because the SP has shrunk to 17p? Do I need to halve it to 42p... as the SP has halved? Surely it's not relatable to the assets being sold though.. hence it's still 84p for me!! :) I'm sticking. GLA.