come on who kidding who ,this isn't even a gamble ,some on here are bleating on about new blood joining the company ,come on guys there is companys on the aim with excellent board members just a few solg,pmg ,,these guys have nothing to prove ,I bought into ldp at 0.16 sold at 0.75 and would have put my profits back into ldp if they were a bit more open about the manas deal ,but has time was ticking on I was smelling a rat ,first they came out with drilling would start in the new year ,then the ground was to hard to drill ,exuse after feeble exuse ,,time to sell ,like I said it wasn't looking to good ,,some on yer werte lock in and hoping it would bounce back ,ive been caught out olike that and ive learned from it ,even if it means losing 20 or 40 percent its better to get out and cut your losess ,,when companys start coming out with dodgy info get out asap ,ive learnt the hard way ,like many who invest on aim ,but it is a nice buzz very addictive GLA GUYS ...DUBBS
I think some of the posts here are a little short sighted do you think paternoster would of made such a large investment in ldp if they would of thought it would be trading at this level ? The mabas deal turned out to be a bad investment so who do you sue thats a big question and would probably just open a can of worms and a big legal bill we have closure with manss now this is a new chapter with new blood in the company and very good contacts to broker a deal . Iam expecting a big increase in share price here in the run up to christmas gla reap.
I can't think the board wanted this outcome - AIM is risky and the number of startups that ever make a profit is small. Kyrgyzstan is in itself a risky place to do business so with LDP's first investment there was a large risk of failure. On the other hand if it was successful the rewards would have been immense. The events that have unfolded regarding Manas were beyond the control of the board (being a minority s/holder) and that has always been clear - nobody had to buy LDP shares! I chose to buy in as I could see the potential and so did Casop/Uhuru who still hold. Manas didn't work out but they have 2 directors who have access to large amounts of capital. Having looked at the last financial statements (Dec 2012) they have around £500k of investments (excluding Manas)and did have around £1.4 mil in cash - some of that will have been used on the Manas legal stuff and director fees etcc. but they must have a substantial portion of this left. As a guess the market cap at the moment is worth about .005p so we are nearly at that now but personally I feel there is potential here. HUGE RISK but in my opinion there are worse investments on AIM, and the upside in my opinion is bigger than the downside.
what a sad bunch these guys turned out to be ,most people who ploughed their hard earned bucks on the basis the mamas deal would bring hope that the deal would make us a few bucks on our investment ,Sadly a year or so later were tpld the mmanas probly wont ever come to anything is a fecking farce from where im looking ,I probly one of the lucky ones who made a few grand ,,It would have been nice if the bod could have pulled it off ,im sure many more would have back them all the way ,I would have ,,it looks tome we were lead up the garden path on yet another rfantasy of a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow ,This sort of business happens to often on the aim market .When will these greedy muppets learn ,
You're buy doesn't show because the mm's are still rolling about on the floor with laughter that someone would buy this rubbish. I'm also expecting news imminent here with further dilution and possibly more money and share awards for the hard working board, lol, lol.
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