Yeah all true. Apologies if i am coming across as negative, i am obviously digging deeper then usual when people are voicing there views and although i am not trying be confrontational and annoying, i must be...
LDP has turned a new page, time to give it a chance. good luck to all.
They are here for exactly the same reasons you and I and everybody else is here. Nobody is forcing you to be in here. Yes, Redmond did nothing but decimate the sp, that is why they got rid of him. Would you prefer it if Redmond was still here? We were all extremely frustrated by Redmond and bigmj was starting the revolt to remove him prior to the main investors removing him. At least things are moving now Redmond has gone and matters need to be given time. (Redmond was given two and a half years and this is a new beginning for LDP hence the new time started after the AGM). Patience is required, although we hope something big will happen in the next month or two. I agree with you that a name change will do no harm at all as it is blatantly obvious the main investors want to step as far away from Redmond's LDP failures as possible. Until something does happen, we can only speculate. I remain optimistic LDP will be successful in the next few months. If you don't share this view you can always sell and move on. If you stay then you must be optimistic that things will come good as well and you should try supporting the main investors for now at least, while they try and turn things round.
I was asking a serious question, not slating it I was thinking about all the connections.
How much have they invested as every one is saying they are investing alot...and if they are investing hundreds of thousands or millions that sum is not far off from the entire worth of the company... the question is why invest here and not invest on there own else where??
If the singapore lads and patel are best mates.... why do it though LEEDS. A new company with no past history would be easier to sell i think.
How much have these Singapore lads put in here? If i had that much money to invest.. and i was that rich why here ??? why not some where which already has a product with rising returns which would get you millions ??
i suspect a name change next to move away from both failed LEEDS companies and no news on investment
I see there are many negative posts with regard to the RNS. This is to be somewhat expected given LDP's performance under Redmond. To me, the RNS highlights how peed off the main investors were with Redmond's constant failures and confirms he was told to go and save face or be voted out, this also applies to Redmond's share options. This was established well before the AGM as the new director was appointed immediately after Redmond's resignation. I do believe this is a new beginning for LDP. The main investors want to make money and the sp needs a massive jump to 0.48 for them to break even. They want to make big money. Financial people from Singapore are not interested in a couple of hundred grand, they want to make millions (hence there large investment in LDP). They are very financially hungry people. At the moment, only they know what they are/want to do with LDP. The rest of us just have to wait and see what develops. I honestly believe things will happen here quiet soon, hence todays RNS shows to me the BoD are determined to make a successful and trusted name for themselves. Only time will tell, but lets see what the next month or two brings. GL to all.
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