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Afternoon sesh. About to begin Most would be usually doing that about now down the pub on a Friday afternoon But we’re all staying safe. And helping are Heroes at the NHS And watching nuog go up and down GLA
Dont think they will ever get a better opportunity to pick up a gem,if they really intend too,must be hundreds of trophys out there now,wait and see,lloyds bank is a cheap bet target for them even,dyor keep safe,best of luck,
What on earth are you on about? If everyone applied that logic then they'd never sell a single share, forever afraid that whoever buys that share might have made the wrong choice. We all make our decisions, Mr. Partridge, and if someone chooses to buy on a spike then perhaps they are in the wrong game anyway. You also conveniently forgot my third scenario, where the company re-lists as a stronger offering. You should consider politics, you have that slippery personality that would go far ...
Mr Cobrakai1, is that the best you can offer? A spike. Hopefully Nuog will spike upwards so you may sell your shares. To someone who will be caught out by buying your shares at the top of the spike. Not a share investment then. A sneaky trap paid out in the woods so unsuspecting prey might get caught? I think there is more honour sitting in my bedroom hiding behind my keyboard shirtless and shareless (and boring and repetitive). Do you not have any shame?
I wouldn’t mind His criticism but he only picks out the items that he sees would reflect the company in a bad light and then when he is rebuffed with facts and other information he goes very quiet until he repeats the same thing over and over again it is never a balanced view point..! None of us here are ramping we are just waiting he is the only one that makes constant derogatory comments about the company..!!! And that was a brilliant reply Cobra I couldn’t agree more
Cobra- I merely posted in support of free speech and specifically to suggest Partridge researches his posts unlike others. I hold many shares( including NUOG) and the bad news is pretty general so am unsure which *your share" you are referring to. I freely admit to having set up the Sound Action Group involving now 401 members from 11 countries holding over 11% of the company;that has no relevance to my views on C4 or Parsons on here nor my observations on Partridge. I have never commented on the past performance of this share, but reserve the right to post on the current.... as I respect your and anyone else's right to disagree with my views. I naively thought that was the point of Bulletin Boards
Trellis, interesting you appear again after more bad news on your share. It sucks that you guys got screwed over and you know we did here too under Minty, however, the way you and Partridge follow these directors around via the discussion boards is pure emotion and not very unbecoming. Nobody knows what the future holds here. It could be suspension then de-listing, or it could be spike then suspension then de-listing, or it could be a spike then suspension then re-listing as a stronger company. The fact is there remains a chance for existing holders to salvage some of their losses, albeit the risks are as high as ever with this share.
I think you'll find that holders here don't have an issue with unpalatable facts, in fact we've seasoned veterans on that front. What we have an issue with is fortune tellers from other shares coming and spreading their woes on this board. If you want to warn about the track records of directors then so be it but quit trying to predict the future, it's amateur and childish.
Partridge is active on many boards. Like him or loathe him his posts are always well researched (far better than the attempted rebuttals) and promote facts and realism as opposed to the usual fantasy(let alone abuse) spouted when attempting to shout him down. I do not always agree with his prognoses, but respect him as a well informed poster who always does his research- is it not the point of a BB to trade ideas and knowledge for the benefit of all? even if many of the facts are unpalatable?
I think most Nuog shareholders would be realistic enough to say they have already lost their money. I can only hope there might be no naive investors dragged into the mess. I don't want anybody to lose money. I know the kind of people they will be losing it to.
Selective reading from you Partridge, as always. The 'Andy' you refer to was formally introduced earlier in the Coro RNS, as you well know: "Andrew Dennan, the Company's CFO, has elected to become a Non-Executive Director of the Company with immediate effect".
I feel for shareholders there but as always you are only painting half the picture. You neglect to mention what happened to Coro just after it started, which is more aligned to the stage we are at now (if we successfully complete an RTO). You're a very slippery customer indeed, Mr. Partridge....maybe we should swap species in our pseudos?
An affectionate name. "Andy" appears in the RNS issued by Coro today. You might know him as Andrew Dennan. He is a shareholder in C4 Energy ( I know boring, what has it got to do with Nuog). In the same RNS are mentioned two other shareholders in C4 Energy and indeed directors of the same, Mr Parsons and Marco Fumagalli. Coro is an early example of Nuog. Before C4 Energy was formed. Marco has links to the debt providers there and is a member of the BOD to look after their interests. Today they have mothballed the company with their arms around the $3.5 million cash pile. Sitting out the coronavirus fallout whilst receiving a salary and looking out for number one. Nibbling on shareholder cash. It couldn't happen here could it? I suppose suspension is a form of mothballed. But don't worry. At Coro there is no mention of the link with C4 Energy so they are probably totally different people there. Totes.
Bad news for partridge indeed. I hate to see money wasted. £500,000 on November 4th 2019 reduced to £236,000 by December 31st 2019. That's £264,000 in 57 days. No wonder a cash raise was required early in January 2020. We're at the end of March 2020, 91 days since the start of the year, I wonder if anything is left.
" focus going forward will be on environmental industries and since then has made good progress in evaluating potential targets in this sector".
Whittling that list down. It is worrying that " environmental industries" rarely excites enough interest. Someone dreaming of a multibagger might be disappointed. Especially after waiting 12 months in suspension.