1) No income- if that is your criterion then you fail to understand the business strategy of a number of AIM companies that seek increases in capital value, not necessarily income. Investing in an asset and later selling it at a profit would not produce an income until it's sold, but in your eyes that would be a failure? Think that through.
2) The fees in the scheme of it aren't huge. I'm not overly concerned by them.
3) In terms of Manas, it's not a loss for sure until we receive another update. The BOD has previously expressed some optimism that some value may remain in it; do you know better than them? I accept Manas was a poor decision, but I didn't invest her for Manas.
4) "A succession of directors"- you mean they replaced Redmond? Hardly a succession. Their salaries are not even that extreme. How would you know the individual worth/value of a group of people you've never met? You've really made some bizarre statements.
5) You realise the potential here is in the pot of £1.4 odd million which they are looking to invest? That is not an insignificant amount of money. Couple with it any further fundraising that may occur and this could change into a company holding quite a considerable asset with that kind of cash.
6) I suspect in 30 years I have been far far more successful in my share dealers than you have. Your arrogance and abrasiveness are unnecessary on this board and you'd do well to learn a bit of modesty/common decency.
7) What exactly is the source of your bitterness here? I see from your posting history that you've been in some real stinkers as of late, so I understand you're frustrated, but is there a need to hate on those who are simply here to actually discuss this share? I believe no.
that has failed (Manas) it went up to .8p from memory and lots of people made a good profit - This company has not done anything for a couple of years but seems to attract several posters who like to **** off the company and anyone who posts in a positive way - I can't undertand why. You either think it's a pile of c**p and going bust (in which case sell up or don't buy in) or you see new directors and backers and a likely investment -. I can't see that anyone who is still holding from that period being put off by anyone - they would have sold years ago. Unless you like a big gamble you won't have bought in recently and if you do you should know the risks. No one knows if this is going to be a good investment but with over a mill in the bank it's not going bust in the near future. I think Casop and Uhuru will want their investment back and then some, or they would have got out ages ago. So I am sticking and am still buying and we will see in the next months who is correct. GLA
gords - I don't think LDP were ever suspended. I do think the oil/gas investments were made first to avoid suspension and Manas came after that. Not sure about the oil/gas being sold.However, it's all pretty irrelevant now. All the best
From what I remember is that manas investment came first and then the oil/gas share investment, the reasons where that manus deal did not meet the required investment target and so they did get suspended until the gas/oil investment was announced. I may be wrong but I have not seen anywhere that they have sold?
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