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San Leon Share Chat (SLE)



Share Price: 50.00Bid: 48.50Ask: 50.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
Spread: 1.50Spread as %: 3.09%Open: 49.75High: 50.00Low: 49.00Yesterday’s Close: 50.00


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Infapound
Posts: 913
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.625
Are any
20 Mar '17
Of you actually still holding shares here?

Words can't describe what has happened?!?!

It's a joke and a bad one at that!!
 
Brotherseven
Posts: 536
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.75
RE: Tosca Buys and price stays leve..
20 Mar '17
It's called shearing sheep ,aka small retail investors!
BlackSwan
Posts: 484
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Opinion:Buy
Price:55.75
Tosca Buys and price stays level
20 Mar '17
I just don't get it "somebody" knows Tosca wants to buy as much as they can get there hands on but the price remains around 55p amazing!
SloppyJoe
Posts: 4,319
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.75
Anyone
20 Mar '17
Who continued to hold shares whilst believing that would have to be remarkably stupid.
Brotherseven
Posts: 536
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.00
RE: I understand
19 Mar '17
Sid is on the money and I doubt very much that he has an alternative agenda as you suggest and it's largely irrelevant at this stage as T will take this private as planned sometime this year,another vulture hedge fund shearing sheep.IMHO
SloppyJoe
Posts: 4,319
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.00
RE: I understand
19 Mar '17
QF - I acknowledge your point and the merit of your post.

It's clearly had some effect too, as Sid has had to amend the terms of his concern down to 75% so it seems more immediately worrying.

I might not sleep tonight...
Callasjunkie
Posts: 243
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.00
Applicable Law?
19 Mar '17
I believe San Leon is a company incorporated in Ireland and subject to Irish company law. Under Irish law, the relevant buy-out hurdle is 80%. I dont think being quoted on AIM changes this but could be wrong.
Brotherseven
Posts: 536
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.00
RE: I understand
18 Mar '17
I beg to differ but you can continue to argue the toss with SJ,don't believe anything this company says the NPCC and Nigeria is just another in a litany of projects that never materialise and as for the 'squeeze 'well do you really think that Tosca is here for the benefit of small retail investors?fortunately most of my portfolio is in the FTSE100 where there is accountability unlike the AIM casino which is purely for the hedge funds to milk small PI's and the day traders to play.All IMHO.GL
quelfromage1
Posts: 340
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Opinion:Hold
Price:55.00
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RE: I understand
17 Mar '17
I agree but what I posted backs up the argument that a squeeze is unlikely now IMO so it's not irrelevant.
SloppyJoe
Posts: 4,319
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.875
I understand
17 Mar '17
That everyone's tired of the arguing but the squeeze thing is simply an invented topic for people to worry about. It doesn't need to be discussed at all.

Difficult to see around it at times but that is their objective. That and the tiresome arguments of course.




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