iam looking at longer term investments in companies with limited shares in circulation , also like to keep the investments in safer countries , gel have a huge spread only 8% of shares available for peeps so on a couple of trades it moves both ways, ceo is the same ceo of gdg and gdl so i think he will feed gel contracts going forward as that is like the baby at the moment only hold 100.000 gel but see it as a good long term hold tym own three fluorspar assets one being world class in the USA they also have other assets that they have put on hold and also own over 10% of sres they only spent £450.000 last year on the three assets and share an office with sres to keep costs down should be a good long term hold more seem to be buying in recently gl reap
Some interesting choices there reap, agree with CNR, it is one of the goldies I'd be in if I had any spare cash. The gas storage looks interesting, is the US still gearing up to export shale gas? Whatever happens, I somehow think our own picks will outdo the LDP performance - assuming LDP are still trading by this time next year! :-o
For the record : BMR @ 2.37p (mid) OXS @ 2.10p TSTR @ 0.275p BHR @ 1.01p RMP @ 2.50p
1 tym world class asset in usa could be sat on over 5% og worlds current fluorspar 2 gel 92% of shares out of peeps hands and building six gas stations in china also involved with gas storage and engineering intending to take some of ther products global 3 agq going to start millinh thete own silver and should see a big drop in costs 4 cnr watched that one fall with gold price but sat on around 4 mill oz with very few shares stg could fly another dl company have hit the highest grades of gold i have seen and are well funded iam invested in tym gel and stg but think agq and cnr will move with gold and silver.off topic ldp could be in the running if they put there money into the right companies .
Disappointed as everyone else with the performance of this share ,but feel more optimistic after reading the RNS, at least the BOD are not prepared to rush in to any deal just to satisfy shareholders and hopefully are intending to make more sound longterm investments ,looks like we have to be in this for the long term to realise any substantial return
im no expert in this game .But am I right ldp needs 3 million bucks to keep the manas deal ..Surely its not that much conciderring yhe potential the deal would be worth once its up and running ,,I was once a investor in this company but sold out when I started to feel uneasy when we were being fobbed off about drill results ..im sure thwey could of got the funding if the company were in better hands .fell sorry for the ones who got burned .just my own opinion .....DUBBS
I used to be in Ldp, but pulled out my last lot when they were around 0.11/12 & was down somewhere around £2K On what you say on high risk high reward, you are definitely right there & I just might buy back in towards end of January.
Is high risk high reward thats plain to see , i hope we go forward as an investment vehicle if we make about four or five investments in some good cpmpanies this will take off . peter agreed on fri that there are rich pickings on aim at the moment and many good compaies are very undervalued , from here onwards its a waiting game just hope they make some wise decisions with the money they have to invest.have a good weekend reap.
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