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Angus Energy in talks to buy 'transformational' gas asset in North England


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Member Since: Sat, 5th Oct 2013

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 52
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 3

Last Posted: 1 May '19


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3 Apr '14

apologies for my poor writing. What I was trying to say is that when i first posted today id watched the price drop in what literally seemed like free-fall over a matter of a few minutes. When i posted again id noticed the price had dropped further but had since also recovered somewhat. The way it had been dropping and with a significant benefit (Randgolds free drilling) no longer being in place i would not have been surprised to see it drop alot further or settle alot lower.

Just looking back through previous RNS and notice Unity Mining Limited, is GoldStone's largest shareholder, holding 30.61%. With whats happened today i would expect Unity to be asking the questions we would like to.
3 Apr '14

Very glad about my break timings at work. Watched this drop from up 10 percent as I was logging in! Its bounced bavk to almost where I got out but would expect dip a bit further again till tomorrow morning as those tied up at clock on to whats happened. Hope they might manage a positive update on one of the other projects to reassure holders in the next day or so.
3 Apr '14

Bu**er. Very glad I didnt top up yesterday. Freefall? Hope they have an update on Akrokerri soon. But for now at a heavy loss im out
26 Mar '14

Looking back at our RNS history it seems we used to receive regular updates on the Homase/Akrokerri project? It also looks as though we used to put quite alot of energy and funding towards the project and that it was moving in a very positive direction... Can anyone recall why the project stalled? or is it on going without updates?
31 Jan '14

Anyone know whats going on here? All sales today yet we are up nearly 7%
24 Jan '14

I am not invested here but am curious as to what happens in the event of the "reverse takeover" which from this bb seems likely. What exactly happens and what are the benefits from being invested when it happens. what financial benefit would an investor expect to gain in the next 12 months if the deal with EER were to be successful? would appreciate if anyone can explain this to me or even point me in the direction of the information laid out in laymans terms
7 Jan '14

quoted 1.55 to buy is this dipping?
19 Dec '13

8:59 was me buying in this morning so not a sell. Wish I had done this 3 days ago but hey ho.
17 Nov '13

the only info i have been able to find so far is -"Gemfields, on Monday conducted the third auction in Lusaka this year at which 1.123 tonnes of commercial and low grade rough emeralds were offered" and "About 24 international firms are participating in the auction of commercial and low grade emeralds"

the turnout is comparable to the lower quality auction in April so hopefully the sales will be too (if not better!)

http://www.postzambia.com/post-read_article.php?articleId=40588
http://www.times.co.zm/?p=42715

thinking loslightly further into the future this was quite encouraging -

"Operations at the [ruby] deposit in the far north of Mozambique haven’t been affected by fighting in central Sofala province between government forces and the opposition group known as Renamo, according to Harebottle. Gemfields plans to more than double output at Montepuez by July as increasing demand from China makes a high-end ruby more valuable than a high-quality diamond of the same weight"

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-11-13/gemfields-says-mozambique-mine-may-produce-20-percent-of-world-s-rubies
7 Oct '13

Hello All,

Newbie to LSE and to the market in general, invested a small stake in NPT towards the end of august. To my untrained eye it all looks promising, AIM paying div, good cover, healthy level of cash, low debt, opportunity to expand, betting law change still a healthy way off, upcoming beneficial advertising with big brother (now past tense), good length of air time and in a strange way advertising in every UK TV guide available, every week. I considered them comparable to TTR similar business and market cap, but essentially in a better position financially so invested here rather than there.

Since i bought in the price has dropped and been left unaffected by the positive interim report, rise in div, and coming and going of ex-div date. Over the same period TTR have risen approximately 6p or 3p from their prior recent peak and look as though they are continuing to steadily climb.

I feel that im here for the mid to long term, intending to re-evaluate around the time the betting law will change. Im also aware the royal mail IPO, and lloyds share offer etc may be drawing investments elsewhere but wonder if there is something obvious to the trained eye, but un-obvious to me that is causing a torrent of sells and leaving the share price sitting here? is it the nature of the beast, did i buy on the news?

Bought into BBY as my safe bet and NPT fittingly as my gamble. Any opinions welcomed.

Regards,

Concious.


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