I realise I've been saying it for some time but it would be great to see this punch through 35p and set new highs soon. This WILL rerate at some point over the next 6 months - I think Len(?) said as much when someone met him at the Mines & Money conference earlier this year. Once we have solid numbers from Ghana and Chad the market will not be able to ignore us any longer.
It's hardly "very encouraging" or big news - all he's saying is that to date no one has died or shown such a bad reaction to the drug that they've had to limit the dosage. At this stage this is par for the course, nothing to get excited about whatsoever. Second, presenting at ASCO is hardly a coup - anyone who's anyone in the Oncology game will be there and hundreds of companies will be sharing data and presenting findings - I have worked closely with the big players in this treatment area through work and done in depth analysis on ASCO - who comes off looking best, who engages with the right journalists & medical professionals etc.
The ramping on this board (as pointed out the other day) is so boring. We are a long long way away from owning 2.11% of a company that represents anything near a billion dollars. Intensity isn't worth anything near 100m in its current state.
@Shabbaranks1 - yes it could reach �1 over time, it could also fall back to 1p. What do you think based on the research you've hopefully done before investing? As marineville said on here the other day, new investors need to be very careful here before selling their nan to own a slice of this pie. I *personally* consider the chances of near term success of icewine2 to be around 50% and have invested accordingly. If we don't get the results we want and the SP tanks back to sub 2p, I know that I can afford to lose the lion's share of my investment. As should everyone else who is invested here!
Morning Brom, I bought on July 7th and sold on the 26th. 2.75p to 1.67p - so closer to 40% not 60% or 70% - my bad. It remains to this day the worst trade I've ever made but I knew it was essentially a gamble on the news we were expecting at the time being positive.
I was one of those to suffer some seriously burned fingers back in July 2017 (bought at 2.75 and lost around 60-70% of my investment). I've followed form afar since and am betting on this appreciating to around the 3p mark before the new on June 11. Exciting times once again with this share.
Afternoon all. Some interesting points raised here regarding funding. Just to add my 2 cents - VM's credibility would be shot to bits if he decided to raise funds at this level following his interview earlier this month. His reputation as IRR CEO is unblemished - it would be foolish of him to throw this all away by overstating just how financially comfortable we are. There would have to be a pretty serious operational / unexpected turn of events for him to go back on his word.
Frustrating to see us back down at 26.5p, but as Toro mentioned earlier - if you believe that in a few months or year that the SP will be higher than current levels, this is a no brainer.
Was hoping to double my investment here at the end of May at the bargain price of 16p but I doubt we'll be seeing those figures again! This BB is insufferable at times with the endless ramping and baseless speculation, would be nice if people could show some restraint and only post when they had something of value to add.
Have we heard any more about the proposed sale of Leap Gaming?
How refreshing is it to have an AIM CEO look so comfortable and confident in front of the cameras that he actually causes investors to get involved? Every time George Greville Roach over at PREM opened his mouth the share price would tank.
I'm expecting one or two RNS that will take us back to around 35p. In the interview yesterday with Vince told us flat out to expect news over the coming week and spoke about the work that had been going on "behind the scenes" in the Ivory Coast. I am guessing he couldn't say anything more than this as it's market sensitive. News of a JV with one of the big boys and the current promising looking charts doing the rounds strike me as a perfect storm to get us back to at least the last placing level.
Following that, we'll have news out of Chad and drilling work starting in Ghana. This has bags of short and mid term potential. Long term we all know where this is going.
VM - Proactive Investors interview24 Apr 2018 15:11
The words of a happy and confident man. Some personal highlights:
- Regular newsflow expected out of Chad as we await results from artisinal mining works over the wet season - Potential for drills in Chad before wet season at the end of May - News on the way from Cote d'Ivoire (Vince very coy about this, expecting big things) "in the next week or so" , a "lot going on in the background" (could this be a JV with a major?) - Company very pleased with Ghana, holes to be drilled over the next few weeks "a big project" on the cards - Government in Ghana have said they will do all it takes to get the lithium project off the ground - "Plenty of cash" to keep things moving, "more than enough cash" to support the existing budgets, "surplus cash" in the event we need to drill more holes after initial drills are completed
As far as I'm concerned there is nothing here not to like.
Paul Snow's comments do not fill me with joy. This is poor PR - over-promising and under-delivering, and at least in part why we're seeing a drop today.
I particularly dislike "Some of what we considered near certain news might drag out late into Q2" - does this mean that the news is no longer certain, i.e. deals weren't done? For something to go from a definite in Q1 to late Q2 is not good by anyone's measure.
Paul, if you read, the market seemingly does listen to you. Let's under-promise and over-deliver going forward please.
This has crept up over the last few days on extremely low volume when you look to see how many shares were traded during the Nuuvera listing re-rate. The benefits of the share buyback programme and the low free float are clear for all to see. News from one of our many investments - e.g. Factom client disclosures - over the next week or two will see this reach a new normal in my opinion.
I doubt we'll see anything this week with the 4 day weekend fast approaching, but would like to see an update of some form or another when markets re-open to start Q2 with a buzz. If there's one thing I've learned since being invested here, it's patience!