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Baobab Res. Share Chat - BAO

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Baobab Res. LSE:BAO London Ordinary Share GB00B19HQ991 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 +0.00% 2.50 0.00 0.00 - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.4 -1.7 - 8.56

Baobab Resources Bulletin Board

DateSubjectDiscuss
20/5/2015
13:51
Same here, lost a lot here, hoping to make it back from kibo. What potential JLP got? Will keep it in my watch list.
by tr4der1 on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
20/5/2015
12:41
i lost some in BAO... well, hope will make up the lossess in JLP...
by nash81 on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
20/5/2015
10:04
We all have been robbed,
by tr4der1 on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
13/5/2015
12:30
nice to see PIG IRON trading around $330 and FV at $20. The profit margin is being evaporated significantly - long may that continue!!!!!
by 2phildove on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
13/5/2015
12:04
the drop was due to offer being closed?
by qipincha on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
13/5/2015
11:44
FYI http://guerillainvesting.co.uk/2015/05/13/shareprophets-ben-turney-gotcha/ Dan x
by daniel levi bmd on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
13/5/2015
11:42
Looks like those who believe this will make money privately feel buying heavily discounted shares while they still can is a cheaper way to keep some interest here than buying high 5p prior to the offer. For instance, I took the 6p but could now keep two-thirds of the cash received for the same amount of shares...and let it join everything else in the bottom drawer. Yep, there is still room! Thankfully my 4.4p buy around Xmas was prescient, but as with most I think even less of remaining in bed with any of these bar-stewards. good luck to anyone who reckons the long game is still worthwhile without representation.... Topicel
by topicel on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
13/5/2015
11:04
further to my previous post ive received this from Motley fool. Is this correct what they are saying?? Thank you for your secure message dated 5 May 2015. When a corporate action takes places we will transfer the holding to escrow until the corporate action is complete. This is a holding account where your holding will sit until the proceeds have been received, the cash will usually take around 4-6 weeks from the corporate action closure date to be received and paid into your account. Once received you will be able to view the proceeds within the 'Statements' tab. Should you have any further enquiries, please do not hesitate to get in touch again. Our response time to secure message or email is usually 1 working day, although in times of high volumes we may take up to 5 working days. Yours sincerely Steven Kinnison Customer Services Executive The Motley Fool
by matlad on Baobab Resources - 2010
13/5/2015
10:15
Greed is very bad for your wealth. Why people didn't accept 6p, now it's 2p. Everyone has been robbed. Whole aim is a big scam. Look at new ser, scam scam.
by tr4der1 on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
12/5/2015
23:16
Yes, I wondered why this was collapsing... this NOT your regular 'squeeze out' type takeover offer! The vast majority of cash takeovers involve the purchase of all outstanding shares once the offer goes unconditional. This however is the more unusual 'accept before deadline or be left holding untradeable shares in a private/unlisted company'. I guess the only option now for those who missed the deadline is to get whatever they can in the market, while they can. IMPO/DYOR/NAI Jo
by jojo_jo on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
20:13
Where is max when you need him. Bloody MMs playing games again.... cashstrapped - 19 Aug 2014 - 14:22:24 - 57847 of 61372 I think he means 1.5 - 2p That looks to be where we are heading. I think that someone should write a book about this as a warning to investors. I hope that all involved in this never invest in anything the board are ever involved with ever again. Good luck with your future investments.
by cashstrapped on Baobab Resources - 2010
11/5/2015
14:22
Not a special dividend paid by BAO, rather a takeover bid by Redbird. Note that insider (chairman) Jeremy Dowler traded in 1,500,000 shares for the 6p/share bid, but has retained (and will presumably delist with) at least 3,925,000 BAO shares. Probably means he has raised sufficient funds from the TO bid, to take part in the inevitable near-term re-financing...
by katylied on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
13:47
They've paid out the special dividend at 6p.There is nothing of value left in the tradable stock, so no idea why people are buying the shares.
by apfindley on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
12:46
I've had some good advice from pete_bain, max, tuckman, sharpershares, pensioner2.1 and kevin. This one is going to fly. So I'm going down to the stockbrokers with a wheelbarrow, and I'm going to fill my boots as well. It seems rude not to. Nobody's having mine. 1.50-2.50 (don't have a pound sign here!)
by oiltakeyouhomeagaincaitlin on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
12:24
It's a shame bods shafted everyone. Tete was a very good project and worth well over pound, redbird will sell to Chinese for its true value.
by tr4der1 on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
11:51
they're getting ready for the fund raise... will max participate in a 2p 4 for 1 ?
by targatarga on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
11:48
I'm guessing refinancing at ~1p/share? max will be filling his boots... :o)
by katylied on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
11:45
Redbird may call in the loan, and bankrupt bao and take over.
by tr4der1 on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
11:34
of course, offer ended and time to burn...... alternatively, redbird might need a name change to ? any suggestions.......
by the_boy_plunger on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
11:30
this is interesting to watch, are they trying to get the remaining stock cheaper, I can only assume so. A bit of a mickey take for those who may have hold their stock
by 2phildove on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
11/5/2015
10:59
The final blow to bao holders
by tr4der1 on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
09/5/2015
15:26
True, many have lost 99.9% of money invested. Some made lots of money from betting on the election. This election was perfect for betting on the Conservatives winning. Seemed a sure thing to me. I know one man made £240,000 from a £30,000 bet.
by johndee on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
09/5/2015
15:22
Another reason never to invest in AIM. Casinos have better odds. Standard Chartered were involved here as well as the African Minerals scam (AML). I will never invest in a company where they are involved either.
by seanywauny on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
09/5/2015
13:37
No, ORDB. The offer closed on the 1st May. See RNS's dated 1/5/15 and 8/5/15.
by papillon on Baobab Resources: following in the footsteps of Zambezi Resources?
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