I have started drinking at The Shorters Arms as they seem to be the new in crowd I have left the vicar in the Never Getting There Arms drowning his sorrows with the latest barmaid. I shall be doing me shopping down Trumpton after calling at Windy Millers to borrow some dough as I am skint due to being invested here the last 7 years or so. I do hope we start to see some movement next week or I will have to dose up on syrup of figs. I will be consulting Professor Green to see if he can help me with my share dealing as I am rubbish at it.
Cor blimey, another blue day here at the Shorters Favourite share bb. Is the tide finally turning of will us long termers be reduced to playing the fiddle on the street corner by Hadfield House ? I wish the Bod had been putting their money where their mouth is but actually buying some of these bargain shares- even their families are staying away. Still mustn't grumble as its so good to see number 37 again. I'll celebrate over at Trumpton this evening with a jar of Horst Wessel and Postman's Knock at the Shorters Arms. I don't know why they expect everyone to place their electric scooter keys in a salad bowl at the front entrance hall.
I know for a fact This board is watched by the BOD... Why don't they reply to e mails about it. Mushrooms remind you of anything! He has played it like a fiddle, sucking anything he can out of Vog. $150,000 revenue a day and we are below a penny in old money, all of the infrastructure, contracts, team in place and we are below a penny. Just stop blowing and think what's wrong! We should be trading at at least £1.00 something stinks in VOG and We as PI's are the guys who are paying for it.
OK who knows what's going on, I did email the office some time ago for confirmation of Kevin's holdings but no reply. When many of us have been talking about just how much money Kevin has put into vog I thought I would just take a look and try to find out. In May 2011 Kevin held 47,264,229 shares thought to be at ave cost of 6p est cost £2,835,585 On 31st May he was given another 632,412 share Free making 47,896,641 “ cost £2,835,585. On 16th Aug 2011 Kevin bought 4,758,958 at 4.8p making 52,655,599 est total “£3,064,014 In April 2012 Kevin bought another 657,541 at 3.8p making 53,313,140 est total £3,083,000 On Nov 12 Kevin bought another 728,904 at 3.43 making 54,042,044 est total £3,108,000 After consolidation that should be approx. 1,351,051 shares at £3,108,000 approx £2.30 ave. He then was given options of 1,506,812m at 19p cost of £286,294 So he should have had 2,857,863 shares at Est total cost of £3,394,294 ave £1.19p But infact he sold 625,225 at some price and now holds only 2232,638 shares So if he sold 625,225 at say 40p as the sp was going down that would be £250,090 off So I think Kevin holds 2,232,638m shares at approx. £3,144,204m ave cost £1.40p So IF Kevin hasn't sold any shares ( which do not add up) then his ave is more like £1.19, so could sell off at anything from 1.20.
It is a puzzle. On the one hand the Rns'd figures do not add up, as Mr Oldtimer pointed out. On the other hand Mr Foo is duty bound to inform the market of ALL share dealings! Mr Foo has not declared any sales!! I doubt Mr Foo has sold a single share, however the figures are a puzzle???
All I was trying to do was work out roughly what Kevins ave price is. The same old few keep saying Kevin hasn't sold any shares but after looking at all the dealings the final number is 22322638 as stated above, in which case can these few please tell the rest of us why the shareholdings of the directors above show he now holds only 22322638, also this is the same number of shares showing on TD trading, after all these numbers are supplied by vog .Why can not some people just accept he has done the dirty on us and sold a number of shares and re-buy in at the 19p options price, after all we would all do that if we had the chance wouldn't we.
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of a takeover up as I am not so lucky to get me hard earned back and what with a profit too that's just too unbelievable. So let you dreamers dream on meanwhile don't know where I will find some money from for a new set of dentures. Maybe Kev will take pity on me I wont hold me breath.
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