Tinhatnail, I have not filtered anybody at all in all the time I have visited this board, the fact that he is here wasting his time as well as 3 fool articles telling not to invest....tells me I need to invest. And that's a wise decision.
I am now averaged down to the price I very first bought in at of 23.42p in Jan 2018, very happy with that considering I was at 27p after the drop September 18. Just under 50,000 shares for this young man : ) all or nothing
RE: Just added another 20,000 shares14 Aug 2019 17:44
Fair play to you John, balls of steel.
Whilst I have held down to this level and showing a large paper loss I won't be buying anymore at this price as tempting as it it to do so.
I am going to compile a pot in my share account and hold off until a positive rns drops. I may pay 12,14,15p on the Rise but at least I'll feel reassured that this is set for production. Again would be an absolute shame for his to fail at the last hurdle in the grand scheme of things. : /
Of out for dinner for my daughter's 7th......jesus where's that time going?
RE: Return of stable and functional market11 Aug 2019 20:56
However, I do wish Sirius would give an update on the TBM speed per day... would put a lot of smiles on this boards members faces...
Answer me this oracle, if Drive one is nearing Lockwood beck way before the need for the second tbm to be lowered and assembled....why not just lower a new cutting Head, change it then let drive one continue reducing 3 tbms to two? I've said this since as far back as I can remember
Do as you wish (e.g. sitting here doing nothing writing 'happy clappy' essays of why you think this is just temporary and there is absolutely nothing to be worried about).
Afternoon koh, I just wanted to let you know that I have £10,500 of my hard earned money I saved over the last 2 years in here. By comparison I would much rather sit and watch what happens here ( currently at a loss with around £4,500 ) than say....buy lottery tickets each weekend or gamble on football, horse racing or a casino. Interest rates on savings are a load of tosh too.
It's the fundamentals of this venture that stood out to me, and the cheap share price was the ticket. I'm young so I'm running with it and I don't care if I lose it, I have time on my side to make another ten grand later on. It's far more a predicament for those in deep who stand to possibly lose their pension pot ( do they risk losing it all or do they stick with it? ) I feel sorry for them a this juncture, a tough design to make.
If the moment arises where I've just realised I've lost it all and there is no getting it back., This would be my exact thought.....
"What a sad state of affairs for our once great nation to let a reigniting vision of such innovation and prospect fail? If we couldn't have got this right....then we certainly have no hope"
There are too many routes to a positive outcome here, you all now who and what they are....there is not a chance in hell this will get taken over by someone else, way too much money involved and to be had. It's a buy and always will be from me.
I am still of the belief that this will all get resolved and come good, I suppose what I am more p#ss#d about right now is not having the funds currently to take advantage of a ridiculously low share price. Now where can I find a grand or two?
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