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BackinBlack80 22:34:37 19/04/2014
Easy Topicel...not the only one, there are believers, including the IFC and AMED. The good ship BAO is still on course, albeit sailing rather more slowly than many would have hoped. Will AMED shift it's course? A show of support by the Government is key for credibility...a mou or two would be welcome.
pete_bain 18:00:29 16/04/2014
No sign of the 'round figure seller' anymore. As Kenny rightly points out a lot of stock tightly held here. Not done any technical analysis but we have held at this price for a few days now so a move upwards for no particular reason other than the recent RNSs would not be extraordinary.
2phildove 10:26:48 16/04/2014
6k, IFC dont hold 15% in shares. They own 15% of the company, I think there holding is less than 10% more like 35% AMED, 8% IFC, Directors 7%, Tuckman 1%, 6k 5%, mitu 0.0000001% by the way, why is the price not falling, another £15k to put in hear over the next week I think
2phildove 10:17:24 16/04/2014
top, given what we know about BAO historically, if this begins to rise (possibly above 15p) then we might well see a massive stampede. Investors tend to follow the herd and this alone should propel us to 50p (but we need news). I happen to think its forthcoming. Wasnt there a company called Western Resources or something similar that bolted up to 800p from 2p??????????
WOOSTER4 18:30:46 15/04/2014
Toppy - where do you get the idea that the commodities market will stay in the doldrums into the next decade? I have not read that anywhere - in fact, all articles I have read indicate an imminent turnaround from being massively undervalued.
WOOSTER4 18:24:05 15/04/2014
Toppy - with regards to your question about which aim miner has ever exceeded its speculative highs - problem is we have been in a bear market for four years so everything has been going down. Ask the question when we are in a bull market. Those companies that have kept dilution to a minimum and have made significant progress will exceed highs.
kevin1962 12:49:52 15/04/2014
Tops We have to remember Baobab are Explorers too, I think we WILL sell Tete to the highest bidder and be left to carry on with PO4's, Cu , Au and Zn which are by no means dead ducks in the water it's just the focus is all on Fe ore right now. We have to prove the case for production works in order to achieve maximum return. Regards Kevin
Tuckman 11:09:22 15/04/2014
With the potential figures the DFS will release kbrook, there will be IMO no problem in getting the money. It will be a major win win for anyone who gets involved. Its just that time old question, which route will they go down and how much could we potentially see as the project is signed off.
kbrook 10:58:09 15/04/2014
Hypothetical question at least I hope, we get all the great results, we get transport sorted, we get a fantastic DFS, but no one shows an interest in a JV or taking over the company. No one is prepared to lend us $1bn then what happens, the stuff stays in the ground and we cease to exist, then the next company move in and helps themselves?
6Kenny 23:45:39 12/04/2014
Had a response re bits remaining for completion of the bfs or DFS. ..same thing...although one sells cheap furniture. . Go to page 13 of the most recent power point presentation on the website. ...of the 8 bits required to be ticked for the bfs. ..you can see how we are progressing
Pensioner2 18:30:33 12/04/2014
As all this hot money leaves the dot com darlings, where's it going to go? Deposit accounts at 1%-2%? Or will a slug of it help to re-vitalise the commodities sector on its' next upward cycle? Could be an interesting few months ahead.
Seanywauny 16:46:53 12/04/2014
1000kg in 1 Metric Tonne. 50,000 Metric Tonnes Vanadium per 1MTPA operation I believe?$75k x 1000 = $75,000,000 per Metric Tonne of Vanadium.$75,000,000 x 50,000 Metric Tonnes = $3.75bn.WTF! If this is true, you can forget Rebar, better off being a Vanadium Redox Battery Producer.

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