KenniGT if anyone is in any doubt about your motive for constantly decamping this share then here it is in your own words:
" will not invest in this circus above 1p."
Just looking for a cheaper entry. What a surprise.
I guess you just don't care how much you can damage sentiment here as long as you can make a bob or two. Problem with that pal is that your constant negativity may damage my investment even more. Take your loss like an adult and jog on.
I don't agree that that H1 2019 was not exciting! Sure the sp has been disappointing in this period, but those with a genuine long term perspective surely cannot fail to be excited by the H1 announcements:
Production at Vametco up in March (270 mtV)
Final Results confirming no debt and £42 million in cash
Brits drilling results
New General Manager at Vametco
Vanchem acquisition announced
Vametco mineral resource and ore reserve update
Electrolyte rental model announced
Brits Vanadium Maiden Mineral Resource
Each of these is another step along the path, laying the foundations for what is to come. I believe we will see the fruits of these developments and others not mentioned in the coming 6 to 18 months. Patience is the key.
LTHs have been here before. Quiet periods for the share price, followed by significant and sustained sp rises. In my opinion only a matter of time before the sp responds to the unfolding news stories from BMN.
Just my opinion.
Not sure how important this is but whilst some forms of vanadium are down today, last 30 and 60 days, vanadium nitride (essentially what Vametco produces) is up today, last 30 and 60 days.
Complete speculation on my part but are consumers looking for the better quality product)?
Robmac I think it is most likely a fault with the system. Colours to trades are assigned by computer:
Blue for price above midpoint
Black for trade at the midpoint
Red for trade below midpoint
This crazy system does not properly indicate buy or sell.
However a study of the trades in black listed as unknown quickly shiws that most of those trades are not at the midpoint. Therefore I conclude there is a fault with LSE system.
Get that chip off your shoulder kenniGT.
On the one hand you claim to be protecting people (rubbish!!!). Then you congratulate a trader for making profit.
Go post on a bb where you are invested and stop pretending to be the messiah.
kenniGT I would be quite happy if you just moved on. You are out. Fine. Recoup your money elsewhere.
I, like many other LTHs, still hold and have large paper losses. I am getting increasingly irritated by your'crybaby' attitude which appears to be intent on damaging any sentiment here and potentially causing a price drop. Try to act with some integrity and consider the interests of those still invested.
So you lost money in an AIM oil investment. It's your responsibility. Like many of us you misjudged the skill and perhaps the integrity of the former management team. And like many of us you hoped the oil would flow and make you a fast buck. Thus far the oil hasn't flowed. Your gamble failed. Take it on the chin and move on.
jogi I agree with you. The energy storage market will be vast and there are likely to be numerous technologies involved. VRFBs appear to be very much one of the front runners to grab a large part if that market.
Those worrying about binary issues (lithium v VRFBs, or worrying that VRFBs may be surpassed by something) are not fully grasping the size of this new industrial revolution and that multiple solutions will be employed. Some of those technologies will be niche markets. Eg VRFBs ideal for grid scale.
I live with a sense of excitement about the future of BMN and the opportunities that the company is actively embracing. Commiserations to those who exist in a world of fear!
Just my opinion.
gkb47 the 'sigh' comment used by Alan on ANGS bb is an extraordinarily rude and condescending response. Take the advice from a 'simple lth' and drop it . It's not even your idea! And nothing I have posted this morning warranted that response from you. I don't expect that kind of rudeness from you again.
All my responses have been to your own words. However I am glad that you have clarified that you are not trading.
gkb47 thanks for the investment advice. I note you are trading and will take that into account when reading your future posts. I am not. Just a simple lth with hardly a brain cell worth talking of.
Mind you I am around 1100% up so not too shabby.
This morning's RNS has gibpven us a great opportunity to remind the market just how large the combined Vanadium resources at Brits, Vanetco and Mokopane are.
Unlike some companies BMN is able to fund much of its own expansion and development plans with profits from Vametco and in a few months time from Vanchem.
Remember at present no Debt and finished 2018 with £42 million in cash.
How dies that compare with Ironveld lol.
I would also remind readers that the Brits Maiden Mineral Resource is not the end of the story. From the original RNS:
"As such there is potential to increase the resource on the remaining eastern unexplored portion of the farm on a strike length of 1km."
There more Vanadium at Brits than is included in the BMMR RNS!
The total 100% resource is unaffected. It is just as huge and high grade as ever!
BMN still own a very large resource at Brits (in addition to Vametco and the massive Mokopane). See below:
New Brits Resource data:
Indicated Resource is 28.0 MT, 129.0 Thousand Tonnes V2O5 in magnetite and 72.2 Thousand Tonnes V in magnetite.
Inferred Resource is 13.7 MT, 66.8 Thousand Tonnes V2O5 in magnetite and 37.4 Thousand Tonnes V in magnetite.
Total Indicated and Inferred Resource is 41.8 MT, 195.8 Thousand Tonnes V2O5 in magnetite and 109.7 Thousand Tonnes V in magnetite.
The sp hardly moved with the original RNS announcing the Brits Maiden Resource. Logically this should make no difference to sp other than reminding the market just what a large resource Brits is!