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I presume the OG must have been a previously banned poster (wolf/Michale G?)
Time to revert back to my previous stance to only post on official news here
TheOG's post to which I was replying has gone AWOL.
If you are saying that the AAAG is prepared to ride off into the sunset, then that is good news.
Indeed, given that some of its members have been following ANGS closely for a good, long time, who knows? perhaps they will now choose to invest in the company and themselves benefit from its future prospects.
Just to add, its's a timeline investors can hold the company to account for re: delivery on their proposed actions, so no real excuses for any slippage now.
And, they have now confirmed 'partners' in NG and Shell who will be closely monitoring their progress as well.
Some good posts from Yanis and Sageman (imo).
All in all, a decent week for Angus as a company, and for shareholders.
More than 40% up on the week, positive news and a timeline for all commenters to assess progress at SF over the coming months.
Ignore the rhetoric from both sides, things progressing well here (imo).
Good weekend all
Dicko, I'm more of the opinion that one sort of self-interested BS is just as bad as another sort of self-interested BS. I can't see why looking to swing this BB to endless positivity (which is mindless at best, but far more likely agenda-ridden and deceptive) is any better than looking to swing this board towards utter negativity.
(Not that I particularly buy into whatever the enthusiasti claim the motivation of the so-called anti Angus group is... it just doesn't sound credible).
Dicko1960 - Can I correct you there in the interests of factual accuracy - most of the losses (which in my case are on paper) have occurred under the 'new management' not the 'old management'.
I know the modern trend is to seek to airbrush history but it's all there on the charts, check the SP when LL took over and the SP now.
Difference is headinthesand,Anti angus group members are either not invested here or suffered severe loss from the previous bad management,they should move on,after all most have us have suffered non runners in our portfolio.
Dicko, again, every coin has two sides. There's a claim made by the enthusiasti that there's an at least semi-organised anti Angus group determined to see the company's share price dwindle (I'm not quite sure what the claimed motivation would be, but still).
However if one is going to allow for that possibility, it is only logical to presume there's an at least semi-organised pro-their own pockets group, determined to short-term trade, mislead the more naive PI if they can and sell out into spikes while encouraging others that this is a "STRONG BUY" (to quote one directly).
If both groups exists - and I am more than sure that one at least absolutely does, because it's very obvious and very typical - then both "care not whose money is lost in the process", as you put it. One could even make a case for an anti Angus group being less duplicitous than those looking to pick the pockets of other PIs by ramping for all they are worth, then selling out into any spikes, while assuring others they're doing quite the reverse and that they're "genuine long-term investors".
Either way, it's all typical AIM BS. ANGS remains solely about Saltfleetby, the jury's out on that until first gas at least, so it's wait and see till then. People should't get panicked into selling by the disaffected, but nor should they get hustled into buying by the oh so typical two-faced short-termers. And yes, that is stating the bleedin' obvious.
The alternative, Dicko1960, is just to filter those you don't want to read.
Why do you guys bother with this irrelevant nonsense.
The facts are the SP only has one direction to go from here and this is up.
The Shell agreement no matter what any of the nay sayers are saying here on this board or on Tweeter .... IS IMPORTANT.
Let it sink in ... why would Shell bother if there was nothing in Saltfleetby.
Ignore the noise. That pound investment could turn out to be one of the best investments Angus ever made.
Lord Lucan has constantly been ridiculed by these nay sayers as having no O&G experience ... yet he closed the Shell deal. Well done LL.
The market has acknowledged this change in Angus fortunes with price action. Since last year the SP had 4 attempts at breaking above 1.10p, this last 4th attempt managed to break above. The 1.10p resistance was tested and held. If it wasn’t for Rupert the SP will be a lot higher now, but hey all those shares were absorbed and the SP took out a very important resistance - 1.10p.
The re-rate happened. Is up from here ... filter the noise and enjoy the ride.
Have a nice weekend.
One of the reasons i have started posting here,i am all for negative/ positive debate,but its when this group of certain posters continue with an agenda to bring the company down,obviously i cannot prove this but being a rational sort of chap its blatantly obvious,but what really gets me is they care not who's money is lost in the process,so anyone regular on here should challenge them at every opportunity for their despicable behaviour.
Realanalyst actively recruited for the group on this board from about the time of the Brockham RNS of 28/06/19.
I shan't mention any other names, they are pretty obvious for regular posters, but I understand the group counted about 20 at its peak (perhaps from one of the member's wife who briefly posted on this board).
For anyone doubting the existence of an anti-Angus action group , simply follow the following link which will show that such a group does indeed exist. These posts are by the self proclaimed organiser of the AAAG (RealAnalyst) and within them he confirms its existence time and time again.
For anyone who would like to check this, simply follow the following link to
RealAnalyst's post history and confirm that this group does exist: https://www.lse.co.uk/profiles/realanalyst/
The trouble for the AAAG is that what I say is true and therefor I have the evidence. It is not me that is trying to hide anything.
When I can be bothered over the next few days I may even dig out the posts that show all of the members admitting to being part of it.
Be in no doubt, it does exist. The question that you should be asking yourselves is why will nobody admit to being a member?
There was an action group, which failed to fund its legal action.
It was only when some members of the group began to post actively against ANGS (back in about May, at a guess) that one become aware of the failure of their legal effort.
It is these posters linked to the action group who have become known as the Anti-Angus Action Group.
The OG - you have a very familiar voice to a number of the AAAG members and also the notorious ramper Wolf of the Woods.
Geoge Lucan accuse the Angus deramper collective of using sock-puppet characters to further their agenda on these boards and I believe that you are just such a sock-puppet character - almost certainly a reincarnation of Michael Goodwill.
I have reported you to admin as such. Let's see if you are still here come close of play Monday,
Ocelot - Fine, but it really makes no difference to me whatsover what people believe and whether they do or do not get confused. Anyway, I'm gradually filling my bin up so I don't waste so much time responding to pointless tirades.
Takeyourbets - the very interesting thing that I have discovered when following up the contradictions in gkb47's posts is that gkb47 and his good friend and colleague on the AAAG (as well as being an expert tea-maker) Alan2017 spent quite a lot of time discussing how they believed that Rupert was in league with the board to take the company private. They are denying it again now but the chain of their posts makes very interesting reading:
On 20/04/2020 gkb47 first mentioned this idea: "Interesting thing is that if Knowe Properties do convert then in concert with JTP and maybe Rupert or JDA they would be over 30% and could then launch a takeover."
They further elaborated on their ideas a bit later in a more extended conversation:
At 09:59 on 14/07/2020 Alan2017 posted: "gkb47 - what is Knowes current share %?"
At 10:12 on 14/07/2020 gkb47 replied: "Alan 10.02% - It would go to about 27% if they fully convert that loan, less % though if there are more placings along the way. It means that with the % holdings of JTP and JDA then they would have over 30%. I have often wondered what the end game was here."
At 10:12 on 14/07/2020 Alan2012 said: "gkb47 - Don't forget Ruperts slice of the pie either. Didn't Clanwilliam take an oil rig company private when he was Chairman?"
At 10:12 on 14/07/2020 gkb47 replied"Alan - you know very well he did and you know we know it too. I always thought it odd that one of the first things LL did was to bring him in, I mean look at his track record?"
Regardless of the way that gkb is trying to wriggle out of it now it is very clear that the insinuation was the barking mad conspiracy that Angus were trying to take the company private as part of some plot between Rupert, JTP, Knowe Properties, Clanwilliam and Lucan. It is all here in their own words.
I will not hold my breath for an apology. As gkb47 has said "you'll not get any apology from me, today, tomorrow or indeed ever." However, I will take my satisfaction in showing the rest of this board the man's true colours!
Think your approach should not be confused with that of a member of the Anti-Angus Action Group.
gkb47: thanks. I see. I shan’t bore you with more questions on this, I just couldn’t find a generic answer on the internet.
Err why Ocelot?
This part of gkb47's post of 21:31 last night to Rastuss caught my attention at the time. Given the recent exchange of posts, I post it again now:
... The thing is that if the BoD could ever get their act together and Poundland does as advertised and Balcombe does actually flow plus a bit from Lidsey and/or Brockham and/or something stage left (such as the Geo Thermal thing, never heard anymore about that did we?) then the SP could easily be worth 5 to 10 p, which is why I get so fed up of the Laurel and Hardy routine.
Rastuss - No because Angus would have to issue the shares first.
Oh jPeter ust before filtering you I'll clarify one last point.
This is what you posted:
"Hey gkb47 - not so long ago you were suggesting that Rupert Labrum was in league with JTP and Knowe Properties to take the company private. Looks like you and the rest of the AAAG were lying about that as well."
This is what I posted.
"Interesting thing is that if Knowe Properties do convert then in concert with JTP and maybe Rupert or JDA they would be over 30% and could then launch a takeover."
So, firstly I do not state that Labrum is in league with anyone. Secondly I merely hypothesise that IF Knowe convert then their holdings which IF added to those of other significant holders, such as the examples given, would be over 30% which would COULD then be used to launch a takeover.
I doubt you'll understand the semantic differences though, but you'll not get any apology from me, today, tomorrow or indeed ever.
Peter the anti Angus action group are very angry today. Maybe because the share price has doubled and we’re making money buying and holding Angus shares.
You can still get in 2.4p is what rastus thinks will reach. Personally I will topslice at 10p :)