Re: Second thoughts I'm beginning to realize there will be a helluva lot of engineering plus a lot of money spent as the years roll by and before we are producing big time.-----Er......that's why the sp is where it is !
Re: Second thoughts Well there is always the risk of that I suppose, but then again one shouldn't put one's mortgage on a single stock. Been dripping in for a while and will stop at 100,000 shares. Currently on 86656 shares at an average under 22p, so not far to go. Then will ignore and come back in 5-6 years, (assuming I'm not pushing up the daisies of course). Assuming no unforeseens, £2 a share in 2024 is not outlandish, so I'll be well happy. Net yield say 4% means £666 a month tax free, (in ISA), so doubly happy.Don't be too greedy and don't put all your eggs in one basket is my advice.
Second thoughts I came on board during the balmy days of Summer when our sp hyped up. Come the first chills of winter (ok it's only 30C here ) I'm beginning to realize there will be a helluva lot of engineering plus a lot of money spent as the years roll by and before we are producing big time. Do we see the sp bouncing up again soon? Or, heaven forbid, could someone discover the same minerals far more readily accessible somewhere else on this planet and drop us all in the proverbial?
LGF 23/10 Presentation & Minutes Good evening everyone, These are now on the website. The site picture was probably taken 7-8 weeks ago now and the site is a lot busier now with the manshaft guide walls complete.At the beginning of this week Bauer had started a 60m deep test panel adjacent to the MS. Its purpose is to give Bauer a feel of the ground that they will be working in and allow them to calibrate sensors etc in the cutting head. NYMNP were around measuring the decibels, but they seemed to be happy.SM14b is said to be near the 1200 m markwoolybac
I'm a Multimillionaire! Great to see the £ sign in front of the SP tonight. Presume this is to correct the wayward decimal point recently!
Re: Mayhem on this board Problems every day now. I keep making £12m or £28m or just now £2m on different shares in my portfolio.Looks like BT is the one so far today. Of course it could be the budget and all the monies coming to BT for 5g... dream on.
Re: Mayhem on this board Just waking up is enough for me.
Re: Mayhem on this board I love waking up in the morning and being a millionaire - Ah well, maybe one day.
Re: Mayhem on this board I think they have hit a vein of gold
Re: Mayhem on this board No, no point in complaining, just having a glass of something nice and daydreaming about why my SXX holding is currently valued by II at £2,207,193.77 Wonder what I'll do with the odd 77p??!
Mayhem on this board £25-90 / £26-49 quoted as Bid / Ask on the discussion board. Cannot sell my holdings at this tho.No trades shown for much of the day.Greatland Gold board in mayhem!!!ANYONE complained yet, or knows what is happening.?????Tig
Re: Re: May they've struck gold
Re: Yes. I just recieved a "price alert" email. I just gasped and nearly spilled my tea😁
Just seen the SXX price on discussion page, they can have all mine at £20.00 lol£25.590Today's low: 25.000Sell SXX £25.840
Local 'Drop In' from 4pm Hi[link] takes place at the Hawsker Parish Hall between 4.00pm and 7.00pm. It follows on from the first session that Sirius Minerals hosted on Monday 13 November at Sneaton Village Hall. Matt Parsons is from Sirius, he said:"So we started on site in April. The focus up to this point has been to prepare the site for the work on the shafts, that's now started.It's important to us if people in the community have got any questions. Is the chance for people to come and ask questions about what we're doing and what to expect nextThere'll be members of the Sirius team there and also our contractors." "GK.