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|Sorry guys I'm a little confused how many Tidy's do we have here one or two ?I've a feeling who TIDY actually is but I maybe wrong.Someone is having a giraffe I think ?Wish you wellBurning like FIRE|
|Just goes to show how stupid you lot really are but then again anyone putting money into KIBO has to be deluded.SHORTFIRESONICPMSL|
|So we got LMF, LMA and Tidy as the same person now.... anymore?|
|HAHA GOOD SPOT UK! Thought Fire was cool but never liked Tidy.|
|Interesting. Post 2942 by Tidy2, copied below, he signs it off FIRE. Now we know who LMF is!!
dy 224 Jan '17 - 13:26 - 2942 of 2942 0 0
Rufus in today's podcast. Sinohydro are leading the way to fast track plant development and we are stockpiling for sales to run concurrently now
|https://goo.gl/6qa9ec Rufus in today's podcast. Sinohydro are leading the way to fast track plant development and we are stockpiling for sales to run concurrently nowFIRE EDL|
|Tiny - copied this from LSE from an investor in kibo who is well versed in such projects.
EDL do not produce a saleable end product what so ever. They have a license to mine a small portion of their huge asset and have to date sent samples to some potential customers and yet to secure solid orders (interest does not pay the bills). They are yet to build a mining facility AND a washing facility which all needs to be funded somehow. No different to kibo really. Lots of interest but the reality is nothing is yet set in stone with no solid commercial figures. They have just announced a non-binding partnership to start on a BFS with a company that is yet to commit by contract and could indeed pull out at any time and require payment for any of their workings to date if EDL require the use of the documentation - a very risky position to be in at present. I suggest if you haven't done already you read the RNSs very carefully and all previous RNSs and also look at the technical information available first before you spout nonsense on this board comparing the two. Both have a "Potentially" great future once they both commit to actually announcing firm commercials and secure contracts. Until then none is further than the other. Investment to build and commence is what can be declared as a true success for any project.|
|Tripple bottom in play here. Extremely bullish.|
|Nice ramp Tidy. You trying to sell your placing shares?|
|Interesting Initial mine production planned to start in Q1 2017 -- Significant interest from several groups for the coal from Rukwa Over the past several months Edenville has received significant formal interest from several companies for long-term coal supply. As a result, trial shipments of run of mine ("ROM") coal have been transported to customers in order to determine appropriate logistical, quality and quantity parameters. Commercial rates are being paid for the delivery of this coal.Consequentially, the Company has taken the decision to move the project to the next stage of development, which focuses on the commencement of commercial mining operations and the acquisition of a coal processing facility. It is planned that initial mining will commence in Q1 2017. This will focus on stripping the overburden and the production of a ROM coal stockpile. In parallel, a suitable coal wash plant is planned to be established on site.Edl|
|Thanks for your warnings appreciate your constant concern for our hard earned cash. That being said everyone has their motives. Whats yours?|
|"The recent censure of a certain firm by the FCA may be relevant to Kibo Mining PLC - time will tell - note the 50%-100% rises in micro cap juniors on no news - I hear a F of I request has been sought."A lot of those stocks have given up their gains this morning.I am of the opinion we have an organised syndicate plundering some of the smaller AIM stocks, buying in early pumping the share price and as they rise, selling into that rise, leaving others stuck.How long before the AIM market is investigated. Is this the next financial scandal.?|
|I guess that was for ctag|
|the wise guy who comes to "whack you" always comes as your friend.|
|Sirius is a great project with a world class asset in the UK, can't get much safer and robust...compared with a coal mine in Tanzania it's like chalk and cheese....
but still, equity holders got done over with a 50% dilutive placing at half the prevailing share price, and we're only given 10% in the Open Offer....to fund the project....
history and comparisons aren't always indicative....but they mostly are...|
|you'll be done up like kippers by the mgt with Sanderson supporting, but the loyal fans will only recognise it when it's too late, as always....|
|Indeed WC - happy reading all (and make sure you read all the way to the bottom) http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=71f0d6ef-2d92-4944-b72e-1dac192fd454|
|Light ... what news would make you part with some 'hard earned' and commit here? - tricky of course as the news could possibly be pre open - go on I've got you down as a 'chartist' - not going to lie -- I just don't really understand it as I'm a GCSE rather than Degree kinda guy :) You on the other hand seem very 'Bright' ? :)|
|Good evening from ????
I see the transfer of precious Kibo Mining PLC Ordinary Shares continues to move from the 'average' retail investor - Probably :-) into hands of major corporate entities and boutique funds - Below radar of course.
It is rather obvious - to those in the know - who is behind the questionable 'research note' posts being presented - at well timed and opportunistic moments - Retail punters - No thank you - Volume - No thank you!
The recent censure of a certain firm by the FCA may be relevant to Kibo Mining PLC - time will tell - note the 50%-100% rises in micro cap juniors on no news - I hear a F of I request has been sought.
One should ONLY refer to official announcements to make investment decisions !!!|
|Guitars today even I was shocked. Kibo needs some viagra and fast|
|A sad day here......tomorrow I might wear black|
|Honest opinion it's completely off the radar & not even on the map. Now either the markets can't seem to grasp what is going on or two dozen shareholders with a 22% holding in KIBO are off their rockers.That's my view but I would welcome some neutral views instead of the rampers who are not helping the cause one little bit.|