I have been watching the volumes over the last week and noticed when it drops a mass of buys come in, brought outweighing the sold everytime, either news on the way or if not everyone thinking this is a bargin and going places, either way builds my confidence.
Yes it would appear to us that they are disgraceful! But I am sure they have their reasons!?........
I went to their office as I had a job in Finchely just before Christmas i think, and drove down the road to their offices and I checked the name plate etc, all just out of interest as rumours were high then to.
We have no Uranium licence anymore, I think I am right in saying we only have Coal now and, are waiting for the current licence to be converted to a Fully Mining Licence, and news is a Joint Venture.
Yes Aerial to some extent I am with you... But the way they present themselves is truly appauling which in turn makes investors like me unsure of our investment... I note youir holding is substantial, as is mine, but having faith, as I also had when first bought in, can blind us to the lack of basic information. As shareholders we need the missing bits to the jigsaw as well as more progress information released from the company. We need a concerted effort to press them to update us on the current situation of the JV/partner talks and government time scales to final approval on the mining licenses.
Edenville International (Tanzania) Limited engages in uranium and coal mining. The company is based in Tanzania. Edenville International (Tanzania) Limited operates as a subsidiary of Edenville Energy Plc.
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Don't believe all that rubbish about the registered address. I have been there and seen their offices in a very nice modern building in Finchely North London.
What we have here is potentially explosive! And I know what's on the table and the history very well. Unfortunately EDL have no interest in PR, or are scared to say a word out of place in case they do something wrong.
My feeling (knowing what I know) is that it will come good in the near future. IMVHO DYOR!!
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