|yesterday 00:54||4marlin||anyone who followed craffert's advice to stay away from this company has done well.
er, obviously the same cannot be said for following emmo.
personally, I doubt whether emmo will ever accept he was wrong.
blind loyalty is entirely misplaced and it appears that more and more shareholders are re-assessing their position....as evidenced by share price continuing to crater. read more...|
|yesterday 10:04||craffert||Ah yes attacking the man again rather than addressing the company data. Dear oh dear, as well as being unable to think, it seems you can't read data. But you have actually done the newbies here a favour by showing all your rather short fuse temperament. read more...|
|yesterday 09:34||craffert||When I checked last night, the CGNR website only had annual reports from 2010 onwards. Someone must have pulled the pre 2010 annual reports which is where I found that interesting note from 2002. I wonder why. Stick that in your conspiracy theory hat and make of it what you wish. Feel free to send me any link you have to annual reports from 2002-2009 and I will be happy to append the older... read more...|
|yesterday 08:21||fludde||At the moment it looks like there could be more commercially recoverable gold from the chip on Emmo's shoulder than from any Conroy prospects presently. read more...|
|Mon 23:42||craffert||OK some factual data.
All taken from the CGNR annual reports over the last 5 years (2010-2014):
Prof Conroy loans made to CGNR €886,000, equity subscriptions €149,999
Prof Conroy loans repaid / interest repaid from CGNR €1,036,984
Prof Conroy remuneration €1,152,454
Prof Conroy net take... read more...|
|Mon 16:59||4marlin||sorry, forgot about the Russian oligarch...that was new.
but the prof. turned away 'any money you want'.
moron. read more...|
|Mon 16:48||4marlin||other than some progress and a decimated share price, you get the same:
no planning permission
no mining permit
no funding or jv
mine that is years away at best
lots of exciting anomalies
|Mon 16:25||craffert||Balance sheet intangible assets are always very risky. Worth only what someone else is prepared to pay for them and nothing more - everything else is accounting double entry/historical cost/opinion. Whether that's Quindell or or CGNR.
My data comes straight from the company's own report (and the data for Conroy plc which is also on public record) so if I am completely wrong, then YOUR company... read more...|
|Mon 15:47||4marlin||you seems very uncomfortable when craffert points out that the prof. does rather well out of CGNR....unlike shareholders who are not management.
|Mon 15:25||4marlin||craffert has been much more right than you, emmo, and so, yes, I suspect he is right.
good post, newprom.
it will be a cold day in hell before emmo posts something like that. read more...|