Thanks, For the first time in years I finally feel very positive about LDP. I have always had hope here while the main investors stayed in, although it has been incredibly frustrating here. They are the key to any success for LDP and LDP would have folded if they had pulled out. They sacked Redmond and put Patal in in March this year and the first thing they want is to see a profit on their investment. They bought in at 0.48. I will be very happy to see 0.48 as this would make me a very handsome profit. Another key fact is they have millions more to invest. GLA.
Factual and positive RNS. Admission by the BoD they are aware how fed up we are waiting for them to achieve an investment/RTO. They have not rushed into an investment/RTO. Good business plan - reduced costs, cancelled Director options. Manas not completely dead. Investment now likely in Australian minerals operation. All we can do now is wait and guess, although the wait won't be long as it seems everything needs to be completed by the AGM on 09 Dec 2014. We have waited a long time for action from the BoD and I feel we should get behind them and give them a chance instead of knocking them until we know the deal. One intriguing though has crossed my mind, wasn't it an Australian company that has disputed the Manas area? The Queensland coking coal mines that supplied China were all flooded out a couple of years ago in the massive Queensland floods. Is there a possibly a link? Pure speculation on my behalf. GLA.
RNS Extract: "However, the Board is currently at an advanced stage of discussions on a particular transaction relating to a minerals operation in Australia and hopes to provide shareholders with an update shortly. "
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