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SkernMannnn

Has anybody done a deep dive on vanadium stocks? From my research it could be a good long term play but not 100% sold on my opinion. Looking at NMT (battery recycling seems good to me) SRN TNG


MooCowLevel

[Geoscience Aus](https://www.ga.gov.au/scientific-topics/minerals/mineral-resources-and-advice/australian-resource-reviews/vanadium) has a pretty good summary page for background info, albeit out of date on exploration stuff. For more up to date info on current major Aus V projects, you could check out the recent [Critical Minerals Prospectus](https://www.austrade.gov.au/news/publications/australian-critical-minerals-prospectus-2021).


SkernMannnn

Thanks mate much appreciated


comninos

Will my PEN be turgid today post DFS?


3liminate

TPD here we go 🎉


rsoule878

TPD finally heading into production


auskier

CXO doing their bit to help keep the momentum this morning


CrocodileCracking

Too late to jump on the MNS train?


Mr_X2017

It's never too late to lose money.


No-Quality-1304

IVZ to 30 cents


Oldelpaso678

I reckon it'll get suppressed today at 27c as it has been at 21, 24c the last while, but very happy to be wrong Either way looks like a re rate on the menu bois


Carllsson

Do I throw my money at LKE or SYA today or has the US climate news already been priced in


StinkyFatWhale

Ummm Wtf ? Lol


Oldelpaso678

Got a lot of attention from Friday's Q&A + hotcopper (lol) We're so close to finding ground cum


TheForceWithin

Premarket got me erect like the rig mast.


mo2704

DW8 cap raise lol


NearSightedGiraffe

On the other hand, my DW8 holding is already worth so little that even a further 50% decline wouldn't really be much in $$ terms


Ruskiwasthebest1975

Its not good when one first hand gets to truly understand the saying “the more you lose the less you lose”.


Ruskiwasthebest1975

RMS market depth. What kind of bullshit is that 😂


Preparation_Decent

Waiting patiently for 4DS to go into suspension


prestiCH

Death, taxes and AVZ staying in suspension


Sid_Arthur

And HNR


shadowofsunderedstar

Nervously waiting for 4DS ann


InterestingShow1112

NEA with a lowball takeover offer - might break even here….


InterestingShow1112

CDT - sweet sweet graphite


Carrian

SGA is sitting on a monster.


goraxmac

LPD looks like it's due for a rip, does anyone smarter than me have any thoughts?


fruchle

Give it six months. Or a success in production.


goraxmac

Gotcha ta


fruchle

Unfortunately, I misled you. My smooth brain cannot claim to be smarter than you. Good luck out there. It's a dog eat dog world.


Awesomise

Bollinger Band tightening - due for an increased volatility MACD daily converging above zero-line - no reversal signal there MACD weekly looks like to cross above signal line - possibly reversal Volume's also relatively low. My opinion is that a reversal may happen, but it probably won't be a strong one, not yet.


goraxmac

No that’s a no?


Intellectual-

Is a rip going up or down in this case?


goraxmac

Up


Calm_Lengths

Sideways always


cohex

It's been a blessing and a curse.


AltruisticCurtains

Good morning! Your AFR pre-market, complete with this week's reporting schedule. Have fun. **ASX to rise, US stocks extend mid-year rally** Australian shares are poised to open higher, bolstered by another positive session in New York where bulls continued to press tech stocks on hopes that inflation pressures were easing. ASX futures were up 39 points or 0.56 per cent to 6973. **Reports expected on Monday**: Beach Energy (BPT) | Bendigo & Adelaide Bank (BEN) | BlueScope Steel (BSL) | Carsales (CAR) | GPT Group (GPT) | GUD Holdings (GUD) | GWA Group (GWA) and JB Hi-Fi (JBH). The local currency edged higher as did the Bloomberg dollar spot index. On bitstamp.net, bitcoin was \[blank\] The yield on the US 10-year note slid 6 basis points to 2.83 per cent. On Wall Street, shares rallied strongly to finish their week with the Dow advancing near 425 points and putting the 34,000 mark within sight. Import price data and consumer sentiment helped underpin the bullish tone. Consumer discretionary and information technology paced all 11 of the S&P 500’s industry sectors higher. The VIX retreated back below 20.“I do like the strength of this rally, with the Nasdaq up more than 20% off lows,” Fundstrat Global’s technical strategist Mark Newton said. “The move in technology has been robust and that’s an important piece of the market.” Still, Newton said, “in the short run, we are nearing some important levels. I would argue the market is a little overdone, needs a pause, although I’ve been on the record saying the market should rally in the second half.” As for tech, Newton said: “It’s overbought but it’s a place to be for the second half. The key is to watch interest rates. If yields start to push up, that’s going to be a detrimental factor. I like risk assets. I’d rather be long and buy dips.” **Today's agenda** No local data Overseas data: China industrial production and retail sales at 12pm AEST; Japan prelim second quarter GDP; UK August Rightmove house prices; US August NY Empire manufacturing, NAHB housing market index **Market highlights** ASX futures were up 39 points or 0.56 per cent to 6973AUD +0.2% to 71.21 US cents On Wall St: Dow +1.3% S&P 500 +1.7% Nasdaq +2.1% In New York: BHP +0.7% Rio +0.4% Atlassian +2.7%Tesla +4.7% Apple +2.1% Alphabet +2.4% NYSE Fang +2.3% In Europe: Stoxx 50 +0.5% FTSE +0.5% CAC +0.1% DAX +0.7% Spot gold +0.7% to $US1802.40 an ounce at 4.59pm New York Brent crude -1.6% to $US97.99 a barrel Iron ore -1.6% to $US108.85 a tonne 10-year yield: US 2.83%; Australia 3.42%; Germany 0.98% **United States** US import prices fell for the first time in seven months in July, helped by a strong dollar and lower fuel and nonfuel costs, while consumers’ one-year inflation outlook ebbed in August, the latest signs that price pressures may have peaked. Import prices, which exclude tariffs, fell 1.4 per cent last month after rising 0.3 per cent in June, the Labor Department said on Friday. That was the largest monthly drop since April 2020 and exceeded the 1.0 per cent decline expected by economists in a Reuters poll. In the 12 months through July, import prices gained 8.8 per cent after a 10.7 per cent rise in June, marking the annual rate’s fourth straight monthly decline. A survey from the University of Michigan showed that a preliminary August reading on the overall index on consumer sentiment came in at 55.1, up from 51.5 in the prior month. It had hit a record low of 50 in June. The preliminary August reading was above the median forecast of 52.5 among economists polled by Reuters. Peloton said it would cut about 800 jobs, shut stores and raise prices on its exercise equipment including treadmills and top-end bikes as it undertakes a company-wide revamp to shore up its revenue and improve cash flow. **Europe** The STOXX 600 index rose 0.2 per cent.“ The main prerequisite for a sustained rally is a trough in the macro cycle and renewed acceleration in growth momentum, but growth headwinds remain considerable,” wrote Sebastian Raedler and Thomas Pearce, investment strategists at Bank of America. Euro area PMI is likely to be weaker due to tightening credit, and low Russian gas deliveries raise the risk of winter rationing, which could tip the region into recession, the strategists added. A European bank agreed to process a payment for the transit of Russian oil through Ukraine, sources said, removing the cause of a stoppage of oil supplies to central Europe last week. Data showed Britain’s economy contracted by 0.1 per cent in the June quarter, compared with forecasts for a 0.3 per cent drop. “The fall in UK GDP during the second quarter was largely down to noise,” James Smith, economist at ING, wrote in a note.“ But the risk of recession is rising quickly, with gas futures hitting new highs for next winter and our latest estimates suggesting the household energy price cap could come close to £5000 in the second quarter of next year. Much now depends on fiscal policy announcements in the autumn.” **Commodities** Marex Spectron on iron ore: “Prices has been trending lower for iron ore due to demand still looking weak when viewed from finished steel data or from portside inventories as an indicator. Thursday’s steel inventories were showing a pick-up in production which corresponded to the higher blast furnaces operating and utilisation rates this week, in which we had steel output being up 1 per cent on average. However, apparent demand fell across the 5 major steel products by 311.4kt, largely due to a slowdown in consumption.“ Again, this points to our initial fears whereby we have production steadily increasing as mill margins improve (last week’s data from Mysteel was indicating that percentage of steel mills profitable has increased 12.56 per cent to 54.55 per cent) only to be met with demand being relatively muted.” TD Securities said on energy: “Oil markets are nearing a critical pivot point. The Iranian nuclear deal has long been a wildcard for oil markets, but negotiations could finally be nearing a conclusion, with Washington and Tehran now reviewing a final draft for a potential deal. “We reiterate that this would open the door to a substantial amount of additional supply, effectively buying some time for other producers to potentially catch-up in terms of capital expenditures over the medium-term, which fits with the deterioration in energy supply risks expressed by our proprietary gauge. “In this context, we’ve scratched our long Dec23 Brent crude trade, in line with our view that the recovery in commodity demand has overshot, which could place the energy complex in a particularly vulnerable state should energy supply risk premia continue to filter out of markets.“ **Reporting schedule this week** **Tuesday August 16** BHP (BHP) | Challenger (CGF) | Goodman Group (GMG) | James Hardie Q (JHX) | Life360 (360) | SCA Property (SCP) | Seven West Media (SWM) | Sims (SGM) | Tassal (TGR) **Wednesday August 17** Amcor (AMC) | ANZ Bank, Pillar 3 report (ANZ) | Bapcor (BAP) | Brambles (BXB) | Corporate Travel (CTD) | CSL (CSL) | Dexus (DXS) | Domain (DHG) | Downer EDI (DOW) | Fletcher Building (FBU) | Magellan (MFG) | Nearmap (NEA) | Pact Group (PGH) | Redbubble (RBL) | Santos (STO) | Super Retail (SUL) | Vicinity Centres (VCX) | Whispr (WSP) **Thursday August 18** ASX (ASX) | Auckland Airport (AIX) | Blackmores (BKL) | Evolution Mining (EVN) | HT&E (HT1) | Humm (HUM) | IPH (IPH) | IRESS (IRE) | Medibank Private (MPL) | Nuix (NXL) | Origin (ORG) | Orora (ORA) | Transurban (TCL) | Treasury Wine (TWE) **Friday August 19** Accent Group (AX1) | AGL (AGL) | Cleanaway (CWY) | Cochlear (COH) | Inghams (ING) | Lattitude (LFS) | Newcrest (NCM) | Stockland (SGP) | TPG Telecom (TPG)


Fruityboy

SGA graphite on a winner again with new drill results today, glad I jumped into these following the twitter pump. HVY progressing well with news today as well so with all reports we could be set to sell Qty 2 shares which is a 100% increase on last week's sale.


SunkDestroyer

PEN show me the money today 🤑


Mysterious_Value_764

IVZ and ASX Bets on equity mates podcast this morning, something about meme stocks. Hilarious 😂


portiss50

Timestamp?


scorpio_

33:11 wallstreetbets BBBY 34:00 asx_bets IVZ They don't say much really.


here2FuckSpiders2

Renehan has no fucking idea what he talks about half the time


Zaccyjaccy

You don't rate 'em?


here2FuckSpiders2

Bryce knows his shit, though


CaoticMoments

[Samantha Maiden reporting that Scomo secretly swore himself in as resource minister just to shoot down PEP11.](https://www.news.com.au/national/politics/scott-morrison-shocked-minister-by-secretly-swearing-himself-into-cabinet-portfolio/news-story/ac7505f1648a335ccd01f88faf881086) The boomers on BPH HC are going to have a field day with this, I remember people saying 'its not Scomo's decision, it's Pitt's, there is still hope'.


Jcit878

its definitely an interesting development in the saga


jockr64

With the rules at the time, it wasn't. That's why he swore himself in🤪


[deleted]

Test message 0001 - cum


mcfucking

Welcome back 👍


Liewke

Ty commsec for saving my eyes from light mode ,much appreciated


Whogotwho

I still don’t understand why they changed it in the first place


spank-hair

Back from the banlands. In my absence, applied for a job finding koalas with drones. That's right, I'm coming for you all.


destined2bepoor

Could your first assignment be in the Coombabah reserve?? I swear I used to be able to find 10-12 in an hour or so, the last 6 months I haven't seen any.


spank-hair

Well, I'll let you know if I get the job! Ya boi is only 1 in 2466766 applications at this stage. QLD at least upping the threatened status of it recently too. Your observations check out.


destined2bepoor

Fingers crossed for you mate! Just tell them you work with 90k+ koalas a day and the job is yours! The problem in that area is bogans letting their dogs run wild. Scares the shit outta them and they panic, fall onto the ground and then game over.


A_Anderson151

Premarket is very bullish on Zimbabwe it seems


Tacomaster33

Premarket? It's 2 hours before market open, what premarket?


A_Anderson151

I meant the thread overnight. I clearly didnt proof my post


kervio

When inflation is 1000% the amount of money you are going to make just grows and grows!


anomaly256

Early to bed early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and cranky as fuck. — Benjamin Franklin


Ashley_Sophia

EARLY TO RISE EARLY IN YOUR SAC THANK GOD IM A COMMSEX BOI


kangaroute

i seem to have missed the wealthy bit


Ashley_Sophia

Now Jim at the sub is a friend of mine He gets me my memes for free And he's quick with a joke, or to promote But there's some place that he'd rather be He says, 'Ashy, I believe this is killing me" As a smile ran away from his face "Well, I'm sure that I could be financially literate...If I could get out of this place" Oh, la, la-la, di-di-da La-la di-di-da da-poop spray


Big_Package2650

A much more balanced use of capitalisation, nicely done!


Ashley_Sophia

You sound like my Biology Professor. FUK U SIR YOU OLD BAT SLIME MOULD IS A SENTIENT BIOLOGOCAL ENTITY


G-forced

Buy us a stock your the asx man


Ashley_Sophia

Sing it brotha! 🍻🍻🍻🍻🎶🎶🎹🎶🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻


G-forced

..buy us stockks you cunt...


Ashley_Sophia

Instructions unclear. Bought 69 Storks for you. Do you have adequate facilities for dese birds U philistine?


nice___bot

Nice!


Ashley_Sophia

Fuck off bot or I'll wipe your motherboard all over my tits and flamebomb your circuitry ffs.


Mysterious_Value_764

Yeah, what he said


portiss50

Currently in research mode evaluating another low cap resource stock. Have seen little comments about this company on ASX_Bets. Liking what I’m seeing so far. Will be posting my report sometime in the future. Will also include some notes from my scheduled call with the CEO. Chuck us a follow on Substace if you want - https://portissinvesting.substack.com/


SatansFriendlyCat

Portiss50, you absolute beauty! I'm *definitely* listening.


Mayijoinyou

Following!


portiss50

Message me in 2 months and if I haven't posted it by then I will let you know ;)


rsoule878

I always watch for your comments. Appreciate you sharing


Big_Package2650

I can't figure out if the ceo bit is taking the piss or trying to unnecessarily flex...


portiss50

Surprised so few people actually call CEOs to discuss the companies that they invest in. If I am a shareholder I am a part owner of the company and therefore I have a right to chat with the boss. No flex here mate... just another method to get an advantage over most investors. I encourage all to do the same ANN's and Presentations only report 70% of what is actually going on. Speaking to CEOs in a more informal manner you can gain a lot of information that you can use to your advantage. I have spoken multiple times on the phone to Scott (IVZ) and Andrew (MAY) plus with other CEOs of companies I previously invested in. My 2nd conversation with Andrew resulted in me pulling the trigger on buying MAY at 2.1c which ran up to 21.5c (10x). I by no means am a big fish but I pretend to be one when on the phone. Their ears always prick up and are happy to share what they can


px1999

Nah, portiss is alright. Send an email to most small caps to ask for a 15 minute conversation as an investor and you'll probably wind up with a meeting with someone pretty senior. CEO's the best way to find out if it's a lifestyle company or shitco.


t4zmaniak

Keen to see what you're looking into. 👌


colliric

Getting $8-$10k from my tax return this year. Open to suggestions.


nohorncap

ANL.


Tacomaster33

Bet it all on banker in baccarat and if you lose call the dealer a wanker


brewbenbrook

Can you claim gambling losses - asking for a friend?


Tacomaster33

No, same as if you win the jackpot, it's all tax free


Particular_Love_8811

Steak camembert cheese and eggs for breakfast. Bullish on bull market for kick off.


Biggunzmcgeee

The cornerstone of every nutritious breakfast


SatansFriendlyCat

Do you eat any fibre at all, ever?


BoganSpecCommo

fibre is a scam


SatansFriendlyCat

Yeah, it's a load of shit, if you ask me.


Particular_Love_8811

I really need to get some icecream.


Crumpy88

The Coles brand choc mint brownie is top notch


TheChestKing105

How high do we see IVZ going before the end of this year? Trying to see when I sell and take my bags home


sinisterbiscuits

It will be juicy


Particular_Love_8811

Take the 69 then get out.🤜🕳️🔥


shitredditsays01

Is there a good app or widget for the ipad to display stock information/prices on the home screen? Thinking of leaving it running 8 hours a day and sleep the remaining amount of time, it's a spare/older model ipad so perfect.


agency-man

Yahoo finance has a widget.


SupLord

LKE $2 EoM or 1 month ban, everyone can get fucked.


Mitchuation

u/mcfucking I’ll take the other side thanks 👀


mcfucking

🦄 noted


premiumboar

I was aiming for 2 bucks but sold out at 1.49 last Thursday…hmmmm.


mcfucking

🦄 noted


Intrepid-Refuse8082

I’m going to enjoy this ride 😅


SupLord

Say it Frenchy, say $2


Particular_Love_8811

Even u/mcfucking


mcfucking

👍


Tenconeslater

IVZ to hit 30c this week or I’ll take a month in the bin. Waka fkn Waka.


mcfucking

🦄 noted


poptartape

u/mcfucking


mcfucking

👍


Triog0n

Any copper gurus on here, I mean people who actually know what they are talking about. I've tried my best to create a list of all the companies/flagiship copper deposits on the asx but I'd be keen to run it past someone who knows a bit more to see if I've missed some key info or made mistakes.


rhythm34

Did you say you were doing the same for graphite? I'm by no means know what I'm talking about and probably don't know more than you, but keen for a peek.


Triog0n

I did I've tried to cover graphite, nickel, tin and now copper. Graphite was hard because there are some very different appplications so not all mines are equal because of the application. But an attempt was made.


cant_right_good

Reckon I could have a crack mate. That's my field of work so reckon I could help get you part way there at least. First bit of advice would be don't listen to anyone telling you carrapateena is a shit asset...


Triog0n

Sweet, I'm at work but I'll shoot you a message after


cant_right_good

All good mate


Triog0n

Hi Sorry for the day delay. I'm moving the list to a google excel. I was wondering what sort of metrics do you think are important to know about a copper deposit. Right now I have the grade, resource, UG/OP, C1/AISC, deposit type and for the production mines output per year. I have no benchmarks for any of the categories yet but eventually I'd try to have the document shade companies which are over or under the benchmark average for each.


cant_right_good

No worries mate, no rush. Are you looking at just operating copper mines here, or development projects as well? And are you looking at comparing projects quarter on quarter, or just a snapshot in time type thing of what's out there at the moment? Will influence which metrics are important to display I think. I think you've got the basics covered for a snapshot type thing. I'd say for polymetallic deposits then a copper equivalent grade/endowment might be useful too. Benchmarking will be good, but really only useful for operating costs/AIC etc. Some companies will report their LOM in years too - so can highlight things with 20 years of scheduled production vs. 2 years


Triog0n

I've got a list of both seperated them out. Currently just a snapshot in time sort of thing for now but if I automated it will enough it could be done quarterly. Yeah it was a good point I added in LOM last night which was an interesting read for sure.


cant_right_good

Cool mate, sounds good. Might be worthwhile having a couple additional columns on the development projects like stage/study, economics etc if any are published, capital cost, things like that


nohorncap

Have you seen the copper post?[https://www.reddit.com/r/ASX\_Bets/comments/vq633e/lithium\_vs\_copper\_2030/](https://www.reddit.com/r/ASX_Bets/comments/vq633e/lithium_vs_copper_2030/) One of the issues seems to be that if you're mining copper, there's a pretty good chance you'll be mining something else eg: GAL = base metals of cobalt, copper, nickel SPQ = "The projects include large targets for Mount Isa style copper and lead-zinc-silver deposits in north western Queensland and exploration projects in northeast Queensland for VMS and porphyry style copper-gold-silvermolybdenum deposits."


Triog0n

Yeah I have, for now I have limited myself to companies that have copper as the primary metal. Otherwise I'd never get the list done. Partially why I wanted to reach out to the community to see if anyone had some better info to help. Seems a bit too large a project just for me.


nohorncap

Either the mods or u/brettostevens, holder of AR1 copper pureplay might know...


scorpio_

Unironically mentioning Bretto as a source of knowledge, now I've truly seen it all.


nohorncap

I was just thinking (scary, I know...) what makes you any better?


scorpio_

Bretto is a king, but he's also retarded - he will tell you as much. Just take his most recent idea - shorting an inverse etf for infinite gains. His beautiful mind is unmatched.


nohorncap

“Bretto is a king, but he’s also retarded” u/brettostevens *highfives* aren’t we all?


BrettoStevens

Yessir


BrettoStevens

🤫🤫 don't want to hear it scorpio, you know I'm smarter than you


scorpio_

😂 when you figure out how to use Google you will be an unstoppable force mate!


nohorncap

Have I missed something here? I’m just sayin’ bretto ‘cause he’s a copper fan, [posting the CEO of AR1](https://reddit.com/r/ASX_Bets/comments/wlr1ia/you_know_your_company_is_in_good_hands_when_this/)


BrettoStevens

I really don't know what I'm talking about, I just love the stock


nohorncap

Appears to be the standard, not the deviation here, so all good 👍


Go0s3

There are no flagship deposits on the asx. All the flagship deposits are overseas. BHP has Escondida. RIO has Oyu Tolgoi. The rest is potato by comparison.


Triog0n

I mean a flagship means "the best or most important thing owned or produced by a particular organisation." I am not implying every mine on the asx is a Tier 1 global deposit, but each company has a flagship mine/deposit they are focusing their resources on. Those are the ones I have included. I also think Escondida is also more of an outlier than it is a standard, and at its size is probably a poor mine to compare to potentially viable projects. The bar for a succesful copper mine is significantly lower than that haha.


Go0s3

My meaning is, why bother? Your list would be a short one? Australia just doesn't have good copper assets. Ozl carra is our highest grade and it's still... Potato. Cadia has some Cu but it's worthless compared to their gold. Mt Isa isn't asx listed. Sure there are new sites to come online, like prominent and Musgrave but still meh. OD is a big site, but Cu is a tiny proportion of their game. Why not chase exploration of something were world leaders in? Like almost anything else? Ozl is good value at $12.


Triog0n

Because I want to? Because I can and it might help the community a bit. I look at many commodities and many sectors, exploration and producers and copper was next on my list. I'd rather research what I am interested in than burn out chasing something I couldn't care to invest in. Even if its just potatos on the asx, at least I am reviewing them all to figure it out for myself. But if you have a solid review of all the deposits/explorers on the asx I'd be keen to cross check it.


Go0s3

I don't keep a table. I just work in this sector. Would be happy to make some less hyperbolic and more specific comments on your dd if you like. I think I focused too much on your lower bar for a "successful" mine comment. A nice test case is Los caserones in Chile. They have the worst grade in the world (near enough) but have found profit in scale. Despite the various location specific difficulties which wouldn't burden Australian facilities. I just can't think of anywhere other than what was listed with grade or scale. Smaller players exist only to sell themselves.


Triog0n

I appreciate it. For now its being compiled as a spreadsheet comparison of the listed resources, of all producers and seperately explorers/pre-production companies on the asx. Ideally I'd like to get it to a point where it has the right sort of information and benchmarks in there to make a fair assessment but for now its just comparison of deposits and trying to get relevant info in.


limpestoflungs

Producing also still exploring mid to high cap SFR OZL C6C Small explorer CNB TMS SVY Im not an expert i just thought id throw a few tickers at you. incase you hadnt came across those small explorers before


Triog0n

they are all on the list I think its pretty much been fully covered


brewbenbrook

SFR - I flew that rocket to the moon and fell off down on the other side.


HewardBke

Anybody know many graphene stocks I should do some research on?


eucalyptusmacrocarpa

Wait isn't graphene what they put in the covid vaccine to slice your DNA apart and turn you into a communist? I would add /s but if I am right, buy shares in Pfizer


-DannyDorito-

Nanoxplore is cool 😎


HewardBke

Thx


nohorncap

Assuming graphene/graphite are same, here’s a list to go though: https://www.marketindex.com.au/commodities/graphite I’m holding QGL because pureplay, happy with 1yr/3yr charts in the green.


kervio

I swear there was some kind of "pumping your dog stock: for dummies" book released in the last week that had a tip about writing stupid shit in the asx bets daily thread.


fruchle

This sub is like the RSPCA for stocks. And I've really got to stop adopting mutts.


Fruityboy

HVY featured heavily in chapter 1. I bought more adfrr I read that.


kervio

At least you guys are funny 👍


Fruityboy

*after.


hullafc

Buy PAR


poptartape

Sunday night pre work downer, anyone?


Oldelpaso678

Invictus - 20TCF drill / 45TCF P10 / higher internal estimates 20TCF + 800mm bboe = $250 billion AUD - that's just one well. What's the total cabora basin got? 100+ TCF? Company is currently worth under 200m 2022 is year of the WAKAWAKAWAKAWAKA


nohorncap

2022 = year of pumpndump oil and gas stocks and/or anything based in africa. Yes, hello IVZ.


Go0s3

Chances of any of the profit hitting bank accounts not owned by Mugabe family inc?


Oldelpaso678

Proper PPSA and gazette processes mean country is trying to get away from that era Corruption is everywhere all the time already


Go0s3

Yeah, no thanks. I'd rather invest in Russia.


PowerBottomBear92

5 Rubles have been deposited to your account


PowerBottomBear92

That was meant to be a DM. How do I delete this


Go0s3

Mark Dreyfus has been alerted.


Oldelpaso678

🤷


dandeal

Fresh news for GNX hot off the press. Skip Capital and Stonepeak Partners were in talks to increase their joint bid for renewable energy assets owner Genex Power on Sunday night, but only if they could be guaranteed a board recommendation at the new price. Hopefully a bit more than a few cents.


letsburn00

Better be over 30c. It's still a massive bargain in my view. And I'm not just saying that because I'm balls deep in it. Edit:got a source? I'm trying to find a news story about. There is a hot crapper reference, but that's it. They don't supply their apparent source.


scorpio_

[article link](https://12ft.io/proxy?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.afr.com%2Fstreet-talk%2Fskip-stonepeak-consider-genex-power-bump-on-one-condition-20220814-p5b9op) Normally when I get offered a small bump I'm pretty happy about it, not so much in this case - was holding out for a huge slug.


CrocodileCracking

where my GLN gang at? target for 2022?


rsoule878

$3 Dec. My prediction Xmas 22. Unlikely


BrettoStevens

So has anyone taken up my offer on shorting SNAS?? I'm being serious, why can't I do it?


9aaa73f0

Why not just go LNAS ?


BrettoStevens

Cause then I lose money?????


Denominator_K

Double negatives bro you're gonna break something. Next thing you know you're gonna be trying to divide by zero or something.


MS_travels

Saw a guy wearing a Zimbabwe hat run past me in the City2surf today and wanted to know if he’s a fellow investor. Are you out there?


Conscious_Giraffe_14

Could the fellow be Zimbabwean?


MS_travels

Lol of course. He could also be a Zimbabwean investor


eucalyptusmacrocarpa

Preposterous


Nevelo

I averaged down on a stonk for a year. Every 5% down, I added. 11 times in 13 months. Now that it’s up 40% from its low, there is no need to add. I feel a sense of fulfilment, but also loss.


cameltrowe

Last time I did that I had no fingers left from catching the falling knife so many times, and I’m still 60% down


Nevelo

Yeah. Definitely not recommended.


Ruskiwasthebest1975

I feel like ive done that for VML and im still well down on it


stillgoing66

Is it cap raising thats killing VML. It’s a good company, good management, no/little debt and selling (a small amount) of product. 🤷‍♂️ Oh, and I initially bought at .062 now down to .051


Ruskiwasthebest1975

Yeah but its done very little well before the cap raise. Actually its held up better than expected. But its needs to do better……..ive got a rescue cat at stake here and i need me a cat 🤣


AltruisticCurtains

Are you in the green? Edit: scratch that. Smooth brain on a Sunday.


Nevelo

My feeling of loss is both figurative and literal.


sinisterbiscuits

Zimbabwe


MS_travels

That is all


catch-10110

Holy fuck. (Re: BPH) https://www.news.com.au/national/politics/scott-morrison-shocked-minister-by-secretly-swearing-himself-into-cabinet-portfolio/news-story/ac7505f1648a335ccd01f88faf881086


Glenn20

I fucking knew it! There had to be something more behind close doors to override the minister like that.


Atzzie

So as a taxpayer and bph holder I am twice as pissed... Jesus Christ


staytha

Excuse me?? Dude owes me my losses


AureusStone

Scomo was a better resource minister then he was a PM.


BigJimBeef

Do you mean BPH?


catch-10110

Aye. Thanks matey.


BigJimBeef

👍


Mutated_Cunt

AHAHAHHAHAHAHAH >Mr Pitt has told colleagues he was kept in the dark and shocked to learn of the prime minister’s secret powers during discussions with him and his office in late 2021 over the controversial oil and gas project. Imagine getting fucked by the secret powers of ScoMo.


letsburn00

Never ...ever use the words "fucked by" and Scomo together in a sentence.


Mutated_Cunt

What if I use the word Jenny?