Rns - drlling results - good grades25 Apr 2022 07:19
Good grades contine to be found ...
"The higher grades seen with recent drilling and coupled with the easterly expansion of the zone is encouraging as it opens up the potential for this high-grade zone to become a larger portion of the mine production plan in the years to come."
With less than a million left in cash, which at current run rate gives a little over one year until a fund raise will be required. I guess the company may have to raise before the year end or at the very latest within the next 12 months. A raise, if priced correctly, may strengthen, in the medium term, the share price.
To anyone looking in to see why the price shot up today ... you would do well to watch all of the videos on Youtube (interviews and company presentations) and then look at the share register of major investors. The list contains many of the very best fund managers in the UK, resulting in a very small free float, which partly accounts for the large spread.
RE: had another look at their updated website17 Mar 2022 17:11
A while ago I sold for about 190 and was kicking myself. So yesterday and today got back in.
Anyone looking in and wondering what the rise is about, then look at the presentation and interview with paul hill of v ox markets on youtube. Well worth a look and look at the investment houses who are on the list of major shareholders ... really impressive.
RE: Pots of gold at the end of the rainbow on COPL’s leasehold land with unicorns that perpetually ****07 Mar 2022 17:38
Who doesn't buy the company along with the hope and dream of one day, just one day your ticket comes in and along with it financial independence from the nightmare job.
I believe the trick is to buy enough shares to make a real difference to your life if events come good, but not too many shares that would lead to financial ruin if events go down the toilet. A balance between risk and reward. When I read on other BB, "I'm all in" those words are worrying. I can't recall reading those words here though.
I believe COPL offers excellent risk/reward odds, so I got enough shares to make a real difference should this play out well.
RE: Shell follows BP...pulling out of Russia28 Feb 2022 19:58
BP, Shell et al will be looking around for possible big play investments beyond the now un-investable Russia. CHAR's recent find may become an attractive option if the resource increases; COPL is another possible and BOIL's find is a further option.
Im in COPL and now tucking into CHAR as much as my portfolio will allow.
Russian troops have now entered Eastern Ukraine. Putin will argue that it's not an invasion as he doesn't recognise the area as part of Ukraine, but part of the motherland. So tense times ahead.
I remain an investor in the ENET story, but events outside of its control seem to raise their head to impede progress and confidence, e.g. first Co-Vid and now Putin. That said against these events most shares are in the same rusty boat.
Brutal market at the moment and in hindsight we have been in a bear market for many months. So in the current market I suggest the best policy to adopt for any company is not to issue any RNS updates other than those linked to lottery style contract wins or the such like. The last ENET rns did not impress this market.
John Clarke, CEO at Gfinity, said: “The significant increase in viewership of the F1 Esports Series presented by Aramco is due to a growing passion for virtual racing and the appeal of all things Formula 1 amongst young gamers. The drivers are at the peak of their powers and the racing is competitive and exciting, and they are becoming true social media personalities. This is great news for the future of F1 Esports.”
In the current market a mark indicating an RNS sends a shiver through my wallet, as it usually results in a drop in the share price. However todays RNS should be welcomed as a crucial next step completed to commercialising the products. Excellent
"Fast, dependable internet is not only crucial for the businesses we serve, but also the neighborhoods where home offices and ‘classrooms’ are ever more present. With G1’s long reach and ease of deployment, we can provide quality service to many more of these homes, and more quickly.”
Just wish ENET would explicity ride the coat tails of Tarana's expansion by acknowledging that ENET's sales will also benefit through the worldwide adopton of G1 and then G2.
I would like to buy more, but I need abit of reassurance from ENET please.