laffer - my thoughts re email are not a singular email but a bulk email with the same message in order the company are made aware of the amount of investors unhappy with the status quo.
I am certainly not wishing to be a spoc for this - rather that as investors we all need to make an individual effort to contact the company with their concerns. My only wish is that it is not done without a bit of co-ordination such as the key questions that need to be asked rather than a big bag of generic gripes and moans. It is certainly not a means to undermine your own efforts. I just think it is a quick and easy means to get the message across to the company. Cheers - Bryn
1. Agree about the EGM, at this point it is gathering who would put their money where their mouth is. Should it get to the serious point of lodging an EGM, I would happily do the organisational bit.
2. Agree about the en-masse email too. You draft the email, I will put it up on the site along with whatever email address you want to use and whatever other instructions you want including a date to send etc.
Foggy - the logistics of sorting out an EGM is quite difficult, more so as it is being done via a faceless and anonymous board. I would not fancy trying to sort it out and hats off to Kiwi for the attempt.
Pitfalls include, anonymity, fibbers, trouble makers to name but a few.
I still await a response to my singular non impactive phone call and follow up email and hence my musings regarding an en-masse email. If they all went at a similar time on the same date, the impact would be greatest.
If there is no response, such as a note to the website answering the salient points as to be decided, then I would be surprised. IMO.
At this rate it would take from now till January to get a proper list of interested parties together and to formulate a proper agenda for it , that is why I think we should be talking about an EGM now. It will take time to organise , we need to be ready , why wait and try and organise something at the last minute . Inaction now could lead to over hurried actions later, being prepared and timely is everything
Hi West - I agree with you and I was not trying to suggest you were single minded in your approach.
I do think the company need to speak up - without going to the expense of additional meetings a simple way would be for PI's to submit their questions directly to the company.
I would suggest, (but who am I but a private individual so I cannot force anyone,) is that there is a standard format email to them, probably with the same pertinent questions thereon. That way it would enable a straightforward response to all with the answers they are able to answer, and an explanation re the ones they cannot.
The above is just a thought.
I will start off with a couple of simple questions:-
Is the company still heading towards production of copper, zinc and lead?
Have the previous RNS issued by the company been accurate and are they still accurate?
Simple straight forward and very uncomplicated I believe is the way forward.
Perhaps posters can add to the above and perhaps by the 26th November holders en-masse can email the company. An impactive and quick and easy means to ensure strength of feeling is made known. IMHO of course.
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