RE: Scoping study for battery metals due soon20 Jan 2020 09:27
Interesting, indeed: to become a producer during this quarter, you would imagine that Keras would want to commence operations as soon as possible, especially to start generating revenue; now, would anyone know when operations would have to be paused to account for the rainy season (I know it’s been discussed many times, but I’m none the wiser on it)?
WM was in for the ascent as much as anyone else while Twis and co. ramped it, the latter of whom subsequently disappeared when the share-price reached its 3p-plus nirvana - with the former urging this board’s posters to bank the profits before its descent.
Rest assured that the BoD is ensuring that whatever deal they broker will underpin both a rising and share-price and a long-term - and significant - profitability that will convey an unperturbed confidence to the market, to stop this ludicrous decline - once and for all.
Mutley, Yep - In one of the recent interviews, one of the BoD said it would be submitted towards the end of Jan - partly why I expect no LC-related news until Feb, at the earliest. And. I would rather it take as long as needed to attain the best possible deal that will forge a long-term benefit than one that merely temporarily increases the share-price.
Slurm, Indeed, no need for overblown worries on finding money to pay for the final few tranches for LC: the relationship between SML and NAE exudes a rare amicability that flexes a compromise to assist each other when a need arises. But, let's not declare facts, for fear of being labelled as unrealistic optimists.