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Member Since: Fri, 17th Jun 2011

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 853
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Last Posted: 7 Sep '15

7 Sep '15

Hi plone - how are you? Are you still in the Land of the Rising Sun, or are you back at base? Yes, I hit lucky and managed to keep hold of enough to set up here down under and with enough Condor shares to add some icing on the cake if they come good. Here's hoping.

In the meantime there are the grandchildren ....... 5,3 and 2. Challenging, shall we say!

As always, good luck to every one.


6 Sep '15

Evening all - actually it's morning here and a bright sunny one too!

As you correctly say, I am now permanently resident in NZL and have been sitting with my tin hat on. It has taken a while to get all of the admin done to get residence and all of the other processes necessary to dig up an entire lifetime from the UK and shift it over here.

As for Condor......the markets are wholly rigged now, both by the usual suspects for financial gain, and by the politicians as they continue their currency and debt wars. The markets can remain irrational longer than we can remain solvent. MC and the BoD recognise this and are taking action sooner rather than later.

I'm just sitting and waiting to see what transpires during the "offer period", to see what Mark can dig up (sic) at the Denver Gold Forum and the Precious Metals Summit in Colorado and what Cormark Securities Inc can make of expressions of interest from companies which have reviewed the "data room" and/or conducted site visits. Cormark will also have potential buyers and JV partners on their books.

Lots of ways to formulate an out, it's just a question of whether the price will be right.

Good luck to all.

24 Mar '15

My guess would be a matched bargain put across the market. It looks far too big a transaction for anyone to have bought all of those shares in a short enough period of time to get them on a T20 or T25. That would have forced the SP UP substantially a month or so ago. Hopefully it is the remaining rump of shares from the sizeable seller who has been weighing on the SP recently.
20 Feb '15

Sounds like Katikati with views over Tauranga Harbour Mount Maunganui. If you carry on towards Auckland on the main road west you will come across Waihi, where there is a large open pit goldmine, run by Newmont:-
20 Feb '15

Slippery - the two trades you refer to are as below on 5th February and I would say that they are a rollover.

9 65.25 25000 O C 63.0 66.0 16:14:31 25,000

8 66.0 25000 O C 63.0 66.0 16:14:18 25,000

Despite what R33 thinks, I would doubt that there is any significant downside or downward pressure from here. We do have an SP drift, but that is likely to be bored PIs or as per Jibbo's list. There is one seller (or sellers) appearing about 15 minutes before close. Yesterday afternoon they sold 16k and accepted 2p below bid, which didn't affect the SP at all.

If anyone has any decently researched reasons why they feel that the SP is going to fall significantly, please will they share them with us.

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