RE: if you want to know the real prices03 Apr 2019 14:22
The HL figures I quoted WERE from dummy trades. The point I was making was that the figures displayed here-and on HL as well actually- bore no resemblance to the real figures. What I don't get is why the large discrepancy on the bid price and also why it apparently dropped from 1.40 to 1.25 after such small volume sells. .
And I have to agree with Taylot, as least as far as MOD getting involved with the MTR/KML venture. I am less sure, however , that MOD will sell up. Nothing's is cast in concrete yet and MOD could still opt to build the mine or at least be a part of that with A N Other, which would mean further exploration being put on the back burner. The more attractive proposition for me is for MOD to sell up pocket the cash and start again with MTR/KML. I can't see any downside to that but MOD don't have to go that way.
The RNS is probably too technical for most-including me-to work out exactly what it means. Clearly the company is pleased with what has been announced but that's to be expected. Perhaps some-one on here can put the icontent into plain English!
Of course they're sells and no point in trying to claim they're anything else. I think MTR's SP might well have changed direction, as you suggest Dontpanick. Copper is on the rise back to a decent price for the DFS we're waiting for, we've got money to spend on exploration and plenty of prospective ground to explore with both MOD and KML. So the next few months could be very interesting for a number of reasons and I'm looking forward to seeing our SP get back to where it belongs-in the 3s/4s at least.
I can only think people are so wary of buying because of the company's chequered history,-the low ball offer by the former chairman (whose name I forget-Borrelli was it?), the previous spikes (the latest of which was fueled on here by 1 particularly odious character who has now gone -for good I hope), dilution and the lull in news currently. None of this detracts, as far as I'm concerned , from the potential that still exists and which I am sure will eventually be realised. Just have to wait longer than I anticipated to take some profit!
I think Bonkers' "crime" was that he pretended to be something he wasn't-the sort of professional you describe, AP100, masquerading as an amateur but experienced/knowledgeable private investor. That's how he drew people in. Rather than wish him luck I shall merely say that I hope he gets what he deserves, which goes for the rest of us on here as well.