Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Edenville LSE:EDL London Ordinary Share GB00BD0S4T13 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.005p +1.11% 0.455p 0.45p 0.46p 0.475p 0.455p 0.475p 2,210,167.00 09:24:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.5 -0.1 - 3.43

Edenville Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/12/2016
18:56
Almost certainly another placing & then others after that. Unfortunately these are the only revenue stream the company has at the moment.
stevie050
02/12/2016
14:59
What's happened to the other Bulk Sampling results that they promised would be with us shortly.... Its been over 2 weeks since they gave us part of the results. It cant be taking that long- why such a delay or is it bad news and that why the share price has dropped?? But then this is nothing new from these bunch of Clowns. Sorry that's giving clowns a bad name!!
glasswala
01/12/2016
11:30
Share Structure Total Number of Shares Total number of shares in issue as of 6 September 2016 is 621,353,005 ordinary shares of 0.02p each. Major Shareholders Barclayshare Nominees Limited = 11.58% Hargreave Lansdown (Nominees) Ltd = 9.21% HSDL Nominees Limited = 13.03% TD Direct Investing Nominees (Europe) Ltd = 13.74% Investor Nominees Ltd = 4.14% HSBC Client Holdings Nominees (UK) Ltd = 5.41% JIM Nominees Limited = 4.59% SVS (Nominees) Ltd = 5.69% Director's Shareholdings Rufus Short 2,222,316 ordinary shares of 0.02p Mark Pryor 2,222,216 ordinary shares of 0.02p Warrants At 6 September 2016, the Company had the following outstanding warrants to subscribe in cash for 0.02p ordinary shares in the company: Warrant Holder Date of Issue No. of Warrants Subscription Price Date of Expiry JIM Nominees Limited 02/03/16 33,333,333 0.80p 01/09/17 JIM Nominees Limited 14/06/16 48,055,556 0.60p 12/06/17 Options At 6 September 2016, the following share options had been issued and remained outstanding: Name Date of Grant Vesting Date No. of Options Exercise Price Mark Pryor 22/10/13 21/10/14 1,156,054 5p Rakesh Patel 22/10/13 21/10/14 3,005,741 5p Sally Schofield 22/10/13 21/10/14 3,005,741 5p Rufus Short 22/10/13 21/10/14 3,005,741 5p Shares not in Public Ownership The total percentage of shares not in public hands is 0.7%, defined as being benificial holdings of shares held by shareholders holding above 10% and the directors holdings. In accordance with the AIM Rules (Rule 26), in so far as the Company is aware, the percentage of the Company's issued share capital that is not in public hands is 0.01%. As can be seen all the major shares are held by Nominees companies so really nobody gives a damn as probably theses nominees loan out the shares for shorter to short and make money and pay them good fees for shares they don't give two monkeys about! No wonder Rufus is having a field day no one to challenge him!! He only holds a paltry 0.003% of the shares. We (disgruntled) shareholder need club together to build up a sizeable shareholdings in order to vote Rufus out.
glasswala
01/12/2016
10:02
Disgusting bod's.
jacksonpollack
30/11/2016
14:21
I know what you mean, but I don't think the Tanzanian government have a vested interest in keeping Rufus in his job. They want coal to be found and dug out and a power plant operational. If the government didn't think Edenville could get the job done then why accommodate them. I bet there are plenty of big mining and energy companies who would love to have what Edenville have. A JV will come and that's when everyone will say what a great company this is.
whoppy
30/11/2016
14:10
You may be right Whoppy..... but I just feel Rufus (on the evidence of his justification of the 20:1 split, plus his constant rhetoric about the power plant - which may just be a pip dream, as opposed to selling coal), is more intent on keeping this going as long as possible, drawing his inflated salary via placings, than actually delivery value for share holders. Why hasn't he bought shares by the boat load, or take 25% of his salary in shares ? Wouldn't you if you believed in the company - I know I would.
stevie050
30/11/2016
09:25
Stevie, yes I'm in property development and management and things can take bloomin ages to get agreements signed and deals done. Just have to be patient and make sure that everyone is on a win win to get agreements signed. Quite often everyone is in agreement and want to get on with things but getting all the legal paperwork can take ages. The main thing here is, we have the mining licence and the backing of the Tanzanian government. Rufus won't be looking at the share price everyday like we do.
whoppy
30/11/2016
09:03
I'm an international playboy.....does that count?
dbno
29/11/2016
14:27
I have & still do.... although it is a world away from mining / exploratory so of little relevence. What about you Whoppy, have you ? You always seem very upbeat about EDL, so would be interested in your views. The companies I have been involved in all created and had viable revenue streams (services & now producting / selling) - wages paid and accounted for.
stevie050
29/11/2016
13:51
Just out of curiousity, have any of you ever been in business? run a company etc?
whoppy
29/11/2016
13:34
Must admit any last drops of optimism I had here have now evaporated. Rufus seems determined to hang on here as long as he can, wages funded by placings. Why wouldn't he - he is on to a very good number. Only hope is replacing him (best option) or paying half his salary in shares.
stevie050
29/11/2016
10:56
But will that happen ? I doubt it. What this company needs is someone with drive to create a renenue stream, not in 5 years, but now..... perhaps someone paid 50% of their salary in equity.
stevie050
29/11/2016
10:34
Rufus needs to go.
dbno
29/11/2016
09:16
All the evidence points that way. The 20:1 split was soley designed to enable further placings to pay Rufus's wages - all the way back to 0.02p if needed. Coupled with the refusal of BoD to buy shares. What conclusions can be drawn ?
stevie050
29/11/2016
09:00
Yep, maybe JP was right.
dbno
29/11/2016
08:13
Constant downward slide - again.
stevie050
23/11/2016
11:05
To be fair to JP he does raise some valid points. What lets him down is that he insists on making those valid points over and over and over again. It's like an obsession which makes me question his motives.
dbno
23/11/2016
10:50
I know but I've seen the pictures of the sampling coal in September so maybe a month or two imoa
stealive
22/11/2016
11:10
Stealive. How many times over the past 6 yrs has that been said. Only, never any good news, and it just keeps dropping
jacksonpollack
22/11/2016
09:52
Always a good sign a major drop by the mms. News due ?
stealive
20/11/2016
19:39
We will see....... jp
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