whinges about posters on chat rooms but in my opinion he has such an easy time from everybody else.
Tom Winnifrith: hammers other companies who mass dilute but when Andrew does it he either ignores it or gives him an easy time and jokes about it
Ben Turney: Starts action groups against other AIM companies but i've only seen him heaping praise on Andrew.
Twitter ramper Doc Holiday: For the past 18 months he's been intermittently ramping Red Rock and praising Andrew.
Paul Johnson: Lets be honest at the moment he is flavour of the month, the golden boy of AIM: he continually lavishes an unbelievable amount of praise on Andrew.
The only people who whinge about Andrew's lack of ability are the disgruntled present or former shareholders and maybe BMD. So in my opinion he shouldn't be whinging about a few disgruntled present or former shareholders who don't lavish praise on him in the chat rooms. With all the protection from the above, in my opinion what a lucky guy he is.
"Yesterday we held our Annual General Meeting, and our thanks to all those shareholders who were able to attend. All resolutions were passed, and consequently the share starts trading today in the new, consolidated, form.We had not thought to comment on this purely technical change. But one person at the AGM asked a question that raised a concern we do not normally come across, and that undoubtedly had its origin in the reading of some chat room or other. We tend to deal with those who email or telephone us, thoughtful and analytical shareholders, and professional advisers. Their outlook is rational; their points reasoned.But there is a whole other world out there: beyond the realm of reason. There is a shadowy world of hopes and fears, of campfire clashes and drunken brawls, ‘where ignorant armies clash by night’ in chat rooms which at times attract the same clientele as the Space Bar in Star Wars or the sinister roadside inns beyond the borders of the Shire. At this time of year, when as the nights lengthen our pagan forefathers believed the supernatural world came closest to and sometimes mixed with our world, and trolls came down from their icy caves, superstitions can appear like truths, and though we no longer inspect the steaming entrails of sheep to tell the future, we are sometimes scarcely more rational.The private investor will come across such views. " ....................................
Luckily i'm a fully signed up RRR newsletter receiver so i still have this now deleted (VERY embarrassing) 22nd December RRR newsletter still in my old emails. But these past 8 months i often seen people ask the question "but why did RRR suddenly stop releasing newsletters?"
Well judging by the now deleted bonkers 22nd December newsletter, the person who was writing that newsletter, must've lost the plot, or had been drinking too much Christmas sherry, and was forced to take a break from writing them.
i think not based on past performance - and the future is not looking good imo with further dilution approved and available e.g. last year results - In the financial year ended June 2015 RRR made a loss of £8,411,541 (interims to 31 December 2015 loss of £22,025) - know what i mean harry ; but obviously i am real glad that ab still keeps drawing his salary and expenses - cant be easy losing over £8M like that??
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