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Share Price: 37.00Bid: 36.00Ask: 36.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Quadrise
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.39%Open: 37.00High: 37.00Low: 35.50Yesterday’s Close: 37.00


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ArgyllEagle
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RE: Re - Sell off
Sat 19:17
CS

Remember too that with IEGs shares in the shareholders hands, it will make it more difficult for QFI to be taken over.
 
CleverSheep
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RE: CleverSheep
Sat 18:37
Just to lighten the mood a liitle...

I wouls like to invite you all, when we've made our fortunes from QFI, to join me in investing in the enormous commercial possibilities of avine aviation.

Background and a technical presentation here:

http://youtu.be/Vkw2DdoskPY

As always, DYOR!
BOTAK
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CleverSheep
Sat 12:37
Good Aaaaaaaaaaafternoon ( sorry could not help myself )
The Integrity of the BOD or company ethic,s have never been in question for me anyway ,,for the CEO to answer a lowly PI,s questions direct is a massive vote in my book and Big respect, although they have IR doing the q&a bit now
Im sure most of you experienced guy,s have seen it all before where third party,s involved in company,s tend to de rail the hard earned confidence through dilution or whatever financial ducking and diving necessary to fulfil there needs and the opinion of shareholders is not on there agenda
However ! what will be will be and I have no intention of transferring/dumping/diluting/selling or winding down my modest % and hope Ecopetrol will be the first of many contracts to materialize in the very near future
CleverSheep
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RE: Re - Sell off
Sat 11:28
I have to admit to some nervousness myself over the IEG situation, but I think we're all a bit on edge waiting for news and tending to see demons in every shadow. Let's consider some basic facts:
QFI is not some shadowy financial vehicle based in Liechtenstein (or Switzerland). It's a UK plc, quoted on the London stock exchange (OK, AIM!!), with employees and a physical office in London where you can go and knock on the door.
It has real patents, real products, and binding agreements in place with Akzo Nobel and Maersk, two of the biggest companies in their own fields. Both these companies have been involved, with QFI, in extensive real practical trials of the product. Negotiations are in progress with Ecopetrole, Saudi Aramco, Powerseraya and others towards implementing this exciting new technology.
Under these circumstances I find it inconceivable that something is going on designed to make a few people a quick buck while shafting the rest of us. I tend to the view expressed by Botak that IEG are preparing for the inevitable huge profits that are looming. As a holder of one third of the shares in a single block they would find it difficult to realise the profits (at least, quickly). Distributing the holding now amongst the individual members will make it so much easier when the time comes.
In the meantime, I'm still checking under the bed every night!
BOTAK
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J-P-M ADK
Sat 05:54
adk
What good is a dead rat ? , it cant sell shares ! unlike a live on centred in Switzerland
The song from UB 40 comes to mind ( there,s a Rat in my kitchen ,,, what am a gonna do ) I can Ali myself with your train of thought, because no matter what spin any poster puts on that RNS 11/09 there is no getting away from the fact that a MAJOR shareholder of aprox 1/3 of shares in issue is intending to wind down ( what ever terminology that is meant to represent ) and has indicated there is a possibility of a MAMMOTH 235,759,715 shares entering the buyer,s arena, whether in 1 -6-12 months or prior to buy out it,s immaterial , because to your average PI who is not privy to city gossip or an age old access to market know how, This is deemed as a threat to one,s holding
J-P-M
I hope Im understanding your logic correctly,
You state in answer to adk,s post ,,,,Why would IEG sell up now and why didn,t they sell in the 40,s,, WHY INDEED, im hoping your train of thought is that as QFI are on the cusp of commercialism and revenue/profits the sp is going to a way higher level where being a major shareholder of 1/3 of shares in issue and a single entity is most definitely DISADVANTAGEOUS , hence the diversity/transfer into individual holdings to maximise the return
I personally thought after reading both bb,s on here an II and digesting the thoughts of highly regarded QFI holders that your scenario is what is happening J-P-M
BUT
Im afraid the market is not so quick to agree, Also not sure how the Sunni- Shia current issue is going to affect our dealings in KSA
I Hope and Pray, the World does not go down the road of major conflict and the Big Boy,s of IEG have only positive and honourable intentions to the future of QFI and there fellow shareholders
We live in Hope
PreparationH
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RE: Re re Sell-off
Fri 23:35
I am beginning to have concerns about the colour of aduk's trousers.
J-P-M
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Re re Sell-off
Fri 22:25
Come on aduk, get a grip man! IEG and every other major shareholder could do the very same thing you are suggesting, there is nothing to stop any shareholder selling their stock, either en-bloc or drip feed, its tgheir choice. IEG winding down and divesting its shares to shareholders makes no difference. IEG is 'the shareholders' they are the same people do you get that? IEG are about making serious money, they se projects through (Nautical) and QFI is on the cusp of making Nautical look like pocket money so I ask you aduk, give me one logical reason as to why they would sell now or any time soon? Pleae do say what that reason is cos I cant see it no matter how hard I look. Forget theory, we can all sell in theory, look at what they are about and thats making large sums of money aka QFI/MSAR/MSAR2. You are spending so much energy on this aduk when you could be looking at so many things, the 'restrictions' placed on their selling of shares is just good practice to preserve an orderly market, standard process imo. If an ok profit is what they wanted they could have sold out in the mid 40s a long time ago yet you seem to think them likely to sell n ow just when the market is in retreat and when Maersk are about to go commercial on MSAR2, your argument is illogical and goes against all available evidence, if I am wrong then please do correct me cos I cant see it. atb jpm
adoubleuk
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RE: Re - Sell off
Fri 19:35
'Berty',

This (imho) says lots while saying nothing. (Who's 'Steve' by the way?) However (again imho) is not directly concerning QFI, but rather Peel Hunt and IEG. For that reason I'll do my own research in those directions, and report back if there's anything new to report. Maybe not here.

IEG is (or was) a rather dark horse. Peel Hunt seems to be keeping their cards very close to their chest in this regard. You'll have seen earlier correspondence on the shareholder's forum on the same subject. I don't now believe it is in any way a requirement for QFI to respond on these issues. However it may be the duty of Peel Hunt, as the major broker on QFI's behalf.

You'll have seen my comments on the shareholder's forum, and frankly I feel unhappy with the IEG thing. The response from 'Steve' (whoever he may be) doesn't reassure me at all. It seems to imply that IEG (or rather the individual shareholders from now on to whom they have been disbursed) will be able to drip-feed them into the buying market while taking (essentially free) profit to themselves as individuals, thus stagnating the SP, and depriving other PIs of any benefits they sought through having put their cash into a venture in which they believe.

More clarity is required about this IEG stuff. Because right now it smells of dead rat, or otherwise a very alive (and sneaky as they tend to be) live one. But rats are smelly, whether dead or alive.
BertyW
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RE: Re - Sell off
Fri 15:59
JPM
We do know some information on the next transfer of shares / sale of shares

1. Transfers can take place without the need for any real notice / RNS unless certain shareholding % are reached.
2. The sale of shares either by IEGAG or its shareholders have certain restrictions placed by IEGAG and agreed with Peel Hunt. No share sales for 3 month and controlled sales for a further 6 months)
3. In addition as an agreement between IEGAG and its shareholders will mean that for 18 months from receiving transferred shares the shareholders will enter orderly market arrangements with Peel Hunt LLP restricting further sales in QFI shares.
Regards
Steve
adoubleuk
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RE: Re - Sulphur mess
Fri 14:29
Sorry guys, I meant no offence. I guess I'm just like a 'colloid mill'. You've got to stir up the s**t to make a stable emulsion!



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