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Do all the research you want but, altogether, there's clearly much chance involved in the commodity exploration game.... therefore I think peoples expectations of MR CB's - or his peers in other AIM Commodity plays - opinions are often too high.
In case of confusion, I have little towards no doubt that CB gives broadly genuine opinions.... but drilling 'oles looking for commodities is a plenty inexact science, even these days.. and they're his opinions only, that of course change at least somewhat, perhaps a lot, as the exploration program progresses.
Altogether, I'm reasonably happy with CB's progress and opinions so far on Bushranger.. and while I think the s/p could easily be higher now, I'm not shocked at where it is either.. and that's only valuing Bushranger at max. 2p out of the approx 4p current s/p btw.. I especially say this in the context of an understandings I've developed over the years in this game, that, year on year, the AIM Market is more and more focused on the 'in play' betting and less and less focused on longterm buy and hold.
Finally, generally, I think 'the market' is more savvy than the punters like to entertain, and equally punters - and anyone who plays AIM commodities is a punter imho - are less savvy than they'd like to entertain.. and I absolutely include myself in that last bit too
I'm getting more and more comfortable that the previously ongoing seller has long ish ago stopped now.. indeed hopefully finished, finished now.. and so I've been buying these by small increment recently.. and would continue to do so for a while yet into any further strength..
Alas, my average is plenty too high still .. mostly because this share has been utterly battererd.. but here's hoping for a good rally back towards 20p now.. please
agreed that a retrace today is not surprising after a strong rally yesterday..
I'm happy to be patient here and am not really interested in selling these in 40's or 50's p's, in truth.. probably not 60's either.. and if decent flow of further good news in coming months, maybe not in 70's or 80's p or 90's p either.... so here's hoping for regular good news from here..
meanwhile back at the fort.. this doggy is further struggling.. but I did my bit to help with a small top up at .575 ish p just now ..
.. I'd probably look to add one or two more small tranches only...especially into any further weakness .. (say max. 500k of these shares would likely be my lot.. as I see this as a hard core punt only .. and an average of .57 ish p still my goal .. as lovely symmetry with the 'infamous' 57p :-))
'Imminently' is at the shorter end of the CB timeline than 'soon to be released' is, I think I'm confident in saying !?
(as in weeks versus months :-))
Towards giving themselves a light entertainment break, perhaps the Einsteins here should construct a BirDictionary on the one and only - Mr - Colin Bird Timelines' ?
I'd hope your high quality analytical orientation sees at least all the below SQUARED included:
Directly, momentarily, presently, shortly, soon, eventually, finally, someday, sometime, sooner or later, ultimately,
forthwith, immediately, promptly, right away, straightaway...
I use the link Mikemine kindly gave us here fairly recently to track the US listing of IES
i'm interested to see how the US listing of this share reacts this US morning.. and the exact relationship between that rally and the London listing rally....
I'd very much hope the US listing of ies.l will excite Investors there today and generally going forward, in what is imho a much more stock buying enthusiastic nation by DNA ..
Indeed great if the US listing helps drag the London s/p up over time.. and especially great if that starts this arbo ?!!
very good news..
..and again confirming us as the market leading player ..which should of course help wake people up to the buying opportunity that this share is at anything in the 40's , 50's , 60's .. p
And a re-iteration to me how undervalued ies.l currently is; Indeed this s/p could go up 50% in short order and still be seriously undervalued imho
PS: Our US Market listing will hopefully be very energised by this news .. starting this arbo..
Nice RNS today and a very decent chance for a few good news occurrences on the bounce here now, I'd hope..
In any which order:
Good Africa Gold Q2 production update (traditionally a strong Q... so hopefully ditto this time)
Positive forward view off the back of a good AGM
Good Fairbride early stage production figures for August
Positive next Bushranger Update - or two- in whatever shape/form
So hopefully the s/p wakes up from its lowly levels over the coming weeks, Please !
i was looking for a cheeky top up anytwhere under .50p this week to get my average down a reasoanable amount.. - and if when I reached a .57p average i'd stop adding - but that's looking a lot harder to come by now ..
In fairness, there was plenty of panic selling in June/July anticipation of an awful Operational RNS ahoy - especially after such a long time since the last operational one - that pushed this down to that .50p in the first place.. but the recent RNS that then dropped was average instead of awful imho .. and so I was plenty surprised that the relief rally off the back of it - to .75 p ish - then got sold into so heavily... and this retracing all the way back down to .55p ish very recently felt too harsh to me.. so I should have topped up around that .55p I now get.... but hindsight a wonderful thing of course.
Generally, in the .70's p or .80's p s/p here around now would be a pretty 'fair' s/p imho.. but who knows really..
I'd love if those punchy sells - 'Mr 25k shares seller' - that appear intermittently every day just stopped..no sh*t.. And while they could stop at any time, I have no idea when they will and so am assuming they could easily be with us for a fair while yet..
Therefore meaningful buying volume seems the only answer here.. the US could help drive this without news as this stock might simply appear dirt cheap versus its potential to investors there right now.. great if that happens, obviously .. if not, meaningful good news is required.. so great if Ies.l can give us some more good news asap !!
In the interim patience and an acceptance of this s/p sitting wherever in the 30's p's is all I got as a plan here...
Smalleyus's knowledge of all things Verde is just too extraordinarily detailed.. and his deramping here is just too obsessively persued:
So is the big picture plan to talk this s/p down to the lowest possble level so a bid that Verde might look to make here soon enough to takeover Harvest Minerals will look as appealing as possible to our board/shareholders?
I'm very pleased to be in this stock.
And at 5 odd p there is very significant room for the share price to grow, readily and in the near term too:
With lots of key milestones on the near horizon these are indeed exciting times for Zephyr.
if this can go up on a 'low' volume day then that would be a very good sign ..
(and this has been a slow first half of day volume wise versus last two days .. if it doesn't pick up in arbo then maybe 300k to 400k very approx total vol today.. which would be about average versus over the last few months.. and well away from the milion plus of last two days.. so 'low(ish)')
Ps: there's a 30k gbp 'sell' and two 4k gbp 'sells' too showing here at 11.30 am ish.. that's punchy in this vol. ...and yet the price is still up on the day so far.. maybe delayed reporting from yesterday ? .. or could they actually be buys ? .. or is there a big buy being worked in background that abvsorbs such sells.. etc..
I agree it's plenty too early to say a meaningful rally is happening here.. above 45p and I'd start to be hopeful.. above 50p and I'd start to be semi -confident .. above 60p and I'd feel confident there's a meaningful turn around occurring..
The fall here has been EPIC.. and as Mike mine says it's one hell of a way back.. to even semi respectable s/p levels for most holding here..and, while welcome, ealy 30's to early 40's on the scheme of things here is a small event only....
..but, hopefully, from acorns grow oak trees..
Also, from my experience, a low average price versus 'the field' is extremely useful in any share.
Not to mind the 80' or 90's pence averages, there are many here with averages well into the 100's pence... or way into the 100's even ..and with so many already here with such high average price holdings, people buying in here for the first time in the 40's or 50's p or 60's, or topping up to bring their averages down to towards those levels, might end up with a long lasting broad smile when comparing themselves to the rest of the ies.l shareholder field...
IMHO & DYOR