One day we may return who nows,some nice thoughts hotshot ,the saying that comes to mind is you may get back less than your original investment ,let's hope this comes back so one day we can be the winners ,some you win .but its been worth every penny .good luck guys .
Good Luck to all you chaps on here, yes, even Oil-S, I hope you recover your losses elsewhere, and will see you on other boards around the dark and murky world of LSE/AIM? This board will vanish soon I guess, so best of British to you all. Keep smiling! :)
its a nice dream to have for it to come back, but in reality i doubt it will happen i think agr will look after themselves if the company does come good, but its always there, and you never know what will happen in ten years, so at least we can dream.
that all but one contributor to this BB have accepted the situation with good grace and written it off to experience. Whereas that one contributor who has whinged, whined, wailed and moaned for over 7 months has resorted to gloating over their so called 'victory' when that 'victory' includes losses that probably exceed those of every other poster on this BB. Is this what they call thinking outside the box. Or is this the thinking that puts you in the box.
Anyway whatever the answer is our Oily contributor could have redeemed himself and covered himself in glory if he had just turned up at the AGM with his barrister as he said he would. There again if you have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars and are living in a cardboard box ( that's where the thinking gets you) affording a barrister is a bit problematical.
I received a courtesy call form them. I understand they will continue to work towards completion of the subscription for AGR to be 63% shareholder. Thre rest of the shares will be owned by us. Obviously the minority holders have certain rights which maybe exercised in the future. He did say it was possible for max to be relisted in the future.
Oh my. Coggy is admittedly my least favorite blokey-bloke on these boards, and look at this - 8,535 posts! And he dareth say that I have a mental illness? Wow! That's what we retired mental health professionals call Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. If I were to rub in my victory right now, he might blow a fuse. If I were to rub his nose in the dirt over me being right about MXP all along and he being wrong, he might lose his last marble. So, I will not gloat about his looking like a horses' arse and me being proven correct about MXP's dire financial condition, bankruptcy, possible dilution, etc. I simply will refuse to write about how stupid he must feel right now. I just will not do it. I don't want Coggy to feel awful about all this. Same for HIVorsoreass. I don't want to push him over the edge either about all of this. He must feel terrible too (knowing that I was right and he wrong I mean). All that talk about unfrozen shares trading to 200-300% boosted levels and whatnot must have a few posters really down in the dumps today. Pure depression for them me thinks. Now is when a victorious fellow like me must take the high road and stay classy, I must be certain as to not stoop to the level of those who lost to me so dearly.
lark all wrong. Here is what the Oily Kerplonker wrote on the 15 Aug 15:-
'..... so much so that I bought over $500,000 worth. I've made it clear that I believe that they misled investors and made egregious misrepresentations. I have Michael Young on audio recording from investor conference calls telling us how great Uytas was and how much it was worth by itself (north of 20p), and then even telling us one time that he had some good news because Uytas was bigger than initially expected. I invested hundreds of thousands of dollars due to those comments and the presentations. Then they tell us Uytas isn't even commercial. WTF. The whole thing smells like a great big scam. It looks like a giant ponzi scheme to me - no doubt about it.'
So you plunge in to an investment believing all the hype you are hearing and if oily is to be believed lose large amounts of money. Then when it all goes t**s up you can claim you were the only one here that new what was going on.
Makes my £200 punt look very small beer but at least I went in being aware of the risk.
If I was still a shareholder, I would be angry that management (whoever that is now) failed to disclose the filing of the involuntary bankruptcy petition against Samek. That seems to indicate that 1) they do not care, and 2) there was never any realistic chance of saving your equity. Perhaps Tom Randell wanted to disclose it and was forced out when the others said nigh. Perhaps we'll never know. MXP now seems to have stepped squarely into the NUR1 drill hole and to have disappeared down the shaft. It seems to be getting closed in, plugged, and abandoned as I type (like Robster with his past girlfriends).
Having lost a fortune myself, I feel for you dearly, you are all my matey mates as far as I am concerned. And I promise never to rub it in (about me being right all this time and each of you looking stupid now I mean).
In your time of darkness, just remember this - if you believe in God, all else is possible.
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