|28 Aug 2014||mike_coster||In a email to me some months ago PR mentioned that once final funding was complete from Total he expects the Tomco share price to be trading at the net asset value. He did mention a figure but I forget what it was. I also mentioned that while the share price was so low did he think it would trigger a bid from Total and he thought most probably not and that they would only make a serious offer... read more...|
|Fri 13:43||godolphin||686000 barrels per capsule was on the 2012 presentation. 5.2 capsules per year. read more...|
|28 Aug 2014||vent du nord||Well said Mike,
In a world where Amazon is willing to pay $973m for a company which allows millions of zombies to simultaneously view millions of other zombies playing on-line games, then anything is possible!
Beam me up Scottie!!! read more...|
|8 hours ago||freedom97||Morning All,
I see someone sneaked in a 1.7m buy thru ISDX (PLUS) yesterday, may that be just the start.
I hope PR is chasing up the permits as he & Sir NB did say, "it is envisaged that DOGM should publish its tentative decision to approve TomCo's LMO and request a 30-day public comment period around mid-2014, although it could be earlier." Also "it is envisaged that DWQ should publish its... read more...|
|28 Aug 2014||spec7||Looking at your second reason Mike, August does not help but the real problem is the company has no fundamentals. No income, no sales, no product, no service but it has all the expenses. Investors need fundamentals to base their risk evaluation on, this is not an investment, its a punt, until we know the capsule is cost effective and works as predicted it could still be a dead loss. the... read more...|
|28 Aug 2014||gmb359||I think the problem with this share is that short term investors
hoping to make a little on the ups and downs are not able to do
that at the moment. Long term holders will be
rewarded....'EVENTUALLY' ....so hang on....should be very positive
over next few months with permits etc!!! read more...|
|27 Aug 2014||miket888||Exchange of emails with Brian Hamos
Many thanks for your prompt reply.
I was looking at the letters on file that Paul Baker sent to
Rankine on July 16 and August 5th, requesting additional
information relating to the Large Mining Permit. There doesn't
appear to be anything that complex in the request that couldn't
have been dealt with by the TOMCo Consultant? Would you... read more...|
|28 Aug 2014||freedom97||No problem mike and thanks for all your research you post which is
very helpful. read more...|
|27 Aug 2014||miket888||I agree Spec,
The detail requested for both permits is really not that
complicated and the last communication was only just a few weeks
ago on August 5th.
I'm confident that these minor issues will be dealt with fairly
The real news is that The Red Leaf construction process is now
The tree huggers are still trying to delay the construction process
but they haven't produced... read more...|
|27 Aug 2014||wilson2||Are you concerned spec7 that PR hasn't bothered to provide additional information,or should I stop moaning and everything will work out on its own. read more...|