We now have a financed CO and some milstones during the fall. Some of them might give us a durable financing until cash flow from Ceplene is here.
As for the shareprice it is under the price set in the PP and definitly under the dilution. After some selling from the ones who, from different preferences needs/wants to sell, there is room for a short increasing demand given the new price, Cet par.
As I understood Talley on the webcast there are news coming strengthening the application on the question of overall survival.
I can understand those who hesitate after the bloody monday. No time for heroism, niether way. But take a close look at this play, the substance is there and the upcoming cash-flow aswell.
Stop your bloody nonsense! The risk is not the company, the risk was and is Talley and Soprano board, They create disaster after disaster and increase their own pocket filling . This is a criminal manipulation.
You should watch your language and learn to respect other peoples point of views.
I am a proud owner of this Co - but, I do not like the financing operation last Monday, if it isn't combined with a structural deal.
As we have different sources I'll try to understand your w a y of arguing. But it is not easy, acctually. Maybe it also is a question of age and (bad) internet culture.
If you make a rough DD, what is the chance that you can remove our management? Look at the last referendums in the CO. Your view represents a small minority. Draw your own conclusion, pick your fights.