Trading Oxus share certificates in current situation is not as stupid idea as some would think. Very risky for a buyer and for a seller too. Interesting idea. Have you thought about the price for these 100k? Not that I'll buy, cause I have many uncertified sitting as delisted on my account, but curious.
Those little c**ts! And there's nothing we can do about it.
Been inactive in shares directly since the listing went into administration and I've enjoyed the risk free world of premium bonds instead. However, I've recently received a decent sum of money from a sharesave scheme (basically options) and am looking at investing in the markets again. Perhaps won't have such a lop-sided portfolio this time around haha.
Anyway, it got me thinking, assuming it's possible - and I don't see why it wouldn't be - if I were to get a certificate from my broker along with a transfer form, would anybody be interested in buying my shares? I have 100k, obviously price would be negotiable.
This is going to the paris appeal courts the equivalent to our high court not back to Unicitral or Icsid (at this stage anyway)so don't make so many assumption when none of us know what the appeal is based on..
Uzbekistan hardly gets glowing reviews when it comes to things like corruption.If the decsion gets reversed you guys won't have much to worry since you don't really have a position...
No chance! I only had some "free" shares invested in this myself ...luckily.....but I know some had thousands. The site is worth many, many millions and oxs had 50%. 70 tons of gold? How much would Oxs be worth today? Some estimates suggested well over 2 pounds per share if the company was operating this mine. Should have been one of the biggest resource winners in history rather than one of the biggest frauds.
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