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Share Price: 0.19Bid: 0.16Ask: 0.22Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Sefton Res.
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discopablo
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persepolis
14 Feb '14
Nothing personal - just would like clarity as if you present the evidence it might make some consider their holding in more detail.
 
discopablo
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persepolis
14 Feb '14
Alternatively, if it is your opinion, please can you just clarify.

Thanks in advance.
discopablo
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Persepolis
14 Feb '14
Ref your 10:34 post requesting facts from other posters, please could you back up with facts, so evidence I suppose, your comment below:

"of course magna are selling the stock".

Many thanks - look forward to hearing whether or not this is just your opinion or whether or not it is a fact. I am sure you're not a hypocrite so can't wait to see the evidence which I am sure you will post shortly.
sellisforcowards
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huge spread
14 Feb '14
MC shout of 0.9 offer next week has caused a massive spread

Mms want to keep this down a bit longer
Persepolis
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RE: buller
14 Feb '14
"They just need converting" - yes and it will cost them nothing to convert! If it were that simple it would have been done a very long time ago. Fine about the error on KM's stock, but not fine about Magna. Of course Magna are selling the stock. It's a convertible LOAN. It wasn't participation in a placement. If Magna wanted the stock they would have bought it at 0.195p, that huge discount. But Magna clearly don't want the stock. There is just no way Magna own 45k of stock. I'd be amazed if they hold any.
StephenFryUp
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MyWin
14 Feb '14
Why ?
Cushty
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Michael Caine
14 Feb '14
Had a reasonable record of posting correct facts but not always so. Sefton data room? 0.9p takeover?

Anyone with 2 million quid could probably buy out the bank loan and effectively own SER, why pay 0.9p? Total fantasy pmsl
sellisforcowards
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RE: buller
14 Feb '14
Persepolis

Doesn't seem you have kept up. The water wells just need converting. They already have the wells. So not that much cost. Plus they are actually producing in profit plus the fact that they aren't posting Jim so lets say 30'000 ish per month. Let alone the other expenses he used to rack up.

That was an error which I held my hands up for straight away. Also there is something called common decency. Just like governors of schools aren't paid but they fight for the best interests of it. KM is our governor send will do right by us.

Have you seen the shares sold into market before or after transaction?

They have 45k worth now......no.....there's your answer.
HAWKSNEST
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Just Maybe
14 Feb '14
A true situation spoken in jest !!!!
Persepolis
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RE: buller
14 Feb '14
OK so please back up the "fact" that the company has enough money to drill the water wells....

.... and the "fact" that KM is heavily incentivised to do right by shareholders thanks to his shareholding....

.... and the "fact" that Magna is building a stake and not just selling its share immediately....



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