Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Latitude Resources LSE:LTR London Ordinary Share GB0009587568 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 8.09

Latitude Resources Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/1/2011
22:41
"I lost more than i ever made there " I'll drink to that! The city spivs were queueing up back then to part people from any money they had made from privatisations etc by floating useless companies run by people either useless or bent. Jabadaba, LTR still seem to be registered in UK. Worth a couple of quid to get a report from Companies House. Maybe a shareholder list and see if you can find a buyer. Edit Had a look this morning and it looks like LTR been liquidated. Maybe something for you if the greedy ones didn't empty the trough first. http://wck2.companieshouse.gov.uk/a447fe51d26d4e06462f957891bbb507/companysearch?disp=1&frfsh=1296462121#result
melton john
30/1/2011
18:45
I had always wondered what had happened to LAC !. They were one of the few Ofex companys i made money on. I lost more than i ever made there and half regret ever finding Ofex now Plus Quoted.
tenapen
29/1/2011
22:57
I am still sitting on 400,000 shares of Latitude Resources, which are now showing as worthless in my nominee account. Am I the only one who did not accept the offer?
jabadaba
07/8/2010
11:18
"Will keep pushing regulators and see what drops out from the tree after a good kicking." Hello John and fellow shareholders The best part of 2 years have now passed. I assume that there is not and there is not expected to be anything to report. Wonder what has happened to LTR's old assets.
rickus
17/12/2008
13:03
Rickus I had high hopes for it too - my bullish comments at general meetings, in press releases and on the phone were not smoke and mirrors. The Company had 3 or 4 points where it was on the verge of being able to do something really special, but some idiot always seemed to peek out from round a corner and derail things. I found that in a public company, even a small one, there was always a but. That is whay I work for one shareholder in a company where the only buts are "but is it legal?" and "but is it within the scope of my contractual obligations?". If the people I do business with waste their resources, it aint my problem; if they waste mine, I invoke the termination clause. Will keep pushing regulators and see what drops out from the tree after a good kicking. Merry Christmas all Cheers JMc
johnmc
10/12/2008
23:14
Thanks Rickus beginning to get a bit quesy about the delay
cerrito
10/12/2008
09:13
The proceeds were added to my TD Waterhouse account yesterday. Have been invested here since, I think, 2001. Had high hopes at some stages. Only further hope is for some success in JM's activist endeavours. Good luck with it John.
rickus
09/12/2008
14:39
This from the Nopv 17 RNS suggests to me you get your money within a fortnight of sending your shares in Settlement of consideration Settlement of the consideration due under the Offer in respect of acceptances, which have been received and are valid and complete in all respects, will be despatched by first class post (in the case of certificated holders) or credited to the relevant CREST account (in the case of uncertificated holders) as soon as practicable. Settlement of the consideration in respect of further acceptances, which are valid and complete in all respects, will be despatched as soon as practicable and in any event within 14 days of receipt.
cerrito
09/12/2008
14:21
john are you still looking for copper and gold in chile? i dropped by to interview you eight years ago, if you remember.... dan
brando69
09/12/2008
14:20
Cerrito The offer was extended to the 10th, you would expect to get the cash on Xmas eve, unless it is extended further. Cheers JMc
johnmc
09/12/2008
12:23
Have any of you actually received the cash in your account yet??..not sure if my brokers are being inefficient but they do not appear to be paying within 14 days
cerrito
02/12/2008
12:40
Hello all I am in the process of sending this email: To all my valued contacts As those who have been reading my missive, and those who have logged onto the LTRaction.com website, will know, I have been and continue to be, bitterly opposed to the Clos du Mesnil offer for Latitude Resources plc. However, although the offer is an outrage, my personal take is that to be a minority shareholder in a company completely controlled by Clos du Mesnil would be worse. I am not licensed to give investment advice, and will not do so. It is for your directors to advise you on the merits of this offer. However, there is nothing to stop me telling you how I intend to respond to the offer, whilst noting that this is not investment advice. I have decided to accept the offer and will do so in the next week. Despite this, I will continue to exert pressure on regulatory authorities and others with a view to enabling the shareholders of Latitude to obtain some measure of civil redress. I would urge all readers of this missive to log onto http://www.LTRaction.com/Latitude/What_Can_You_DO-WHY_AND_HOW.html and to register complaints with three regulatory authorities and, if UK resident, with their MP. Best Regards John McIntyre
johnmc
01/12/2008
23:45
Hello all A random musing. Something I have been doing this evening is reorganising my LTR filing system. The following is copied from the LTR AIM Prospectus 2005 Conflicts of interest Certain of the directors and officers of the companies in the Group also serve as directors and/or officers of other companies involved in natural exploration and development and consequently there exists the possibility for such directors and officers to be in a position of conflict. The Group expects that any decision made by any of such directors and officers involving the Group will be made in accordance with their duties and obligations to deal fairly and in good faith with a view to the best interests of the Group and its Shareholders. I draw your attention to the second half of this para. Cheers JMc
johnmc
01/12/2008
23:22
As a complete non expert, my understanding is that it is X (I would guess 14 or 21) days after the offer closes. You might need to read the takeover code to find the number - good bloody luck - my recent reading needed several colours of highlight pen and a hard copy to follow the cross references. So, probably after Christmas, but in time to pay the December credit card payment LOL. I tend to agree with your POV vs your MP, but then I would, wouldn't I? My guess is that you aren't in a swing seat! Cheers JMc
johnmc
01/12/2008
22:40
Response received from my MP - inappropraite for him to get involved but feels I have done the right thing contacting the FSA who are more than capable etc etc. Not sure I see it the same way
rickus
01/12/2008
22:38
Original post 950 - courtesy of NewsMon "Latitude Resources (formerly Latin American Copper on OFEX) I know I shouldn''t be asking this question, but anybody know when we get our money? (ie. the 4p) ASAP would be nice, but the RNS gives no info (that I could see)" I've been wondering about the date too.
rickus
01/12/2008
22:28
Hello all Excuse my absence, was in the mountains looking for gold. Adam, it seems unlikely to me that legal counsel would be of much use today. If a regulatory body finds against either Rowland or the other directors; any advice that I receive today would need to be re taken in the light of that event. Conversely, if not, any competent legal advisor would tell me that there is no chance of redress. I am aware of at least three MPs who are taking an interest in this. Whilst we may have to agree to disagree on the value of the press, an MP asking questions helps tip the priority scales in our favour. The LTR tax losses have been consumed to offset the trading profits on the plc's share portfolio. From the balance sheet, we can see that net assets are 5.38p per share. Anyone know what dcomd99 had to say? Cheers JMc
johnmc
26/11/2008
10:00
>The best way to keep the regulator's interest up is publicity and MP pressure I doubt it. My MP R.H Joan Ryan wrote back and noted that I had written to other agencies, and to keep her informed, which I will. She's very pro-consumer I still think you should take legal council. How much are the LTR tax losses worth?
adam
25/11/2008
21:31
Adam A question I have asked myself when they went over 50 and 75%! In theory, if they are the subject of a preliminary investigation by a regulator, and that regulator finds something, they will investigate further. However, if Mr Rowland were to explain that he is inexperienced in these matters and that anyway he is willing to up his bid, the regulator may decide that it is better to spend his limited resources on people who are stealing billions rather than a "mere" 2.7M. The best way to keep the regulator's interest up is publicity and MP pressure. So, my goal is to pressure the regulator to pressure Rowland to give the shareholders what is theirs. There is no certainty that this will be succesful, but if I just sit around feeling angry, there is certainty that it will be to no account. As for embarassment, that is a task which I suspect is beyond my modest means. Cheers JMc
johnmc
25/11/2008
20:59
What are you hoping the press attention to achieve? Rowland has over 75% so you aren't fighting a proxy battle. Do you expect to embarrass them into reconsidering?
adam
25/11/2008
20:24
Well you've dunnit now! Its hardly going to be "Expanding Frontal Lobes Rick" is it, might as well change your user name! Thanks anyway, see if I can get hold of the gent and tell him the story. Trouble is we have been competing against "Saint Barrack Obama" and the "Great Global Bailout With Money We Dont Have". A brick through the window of the jewellry shop by the shop's security guard hardly counts. Cheers JMc
johnmc
25/11/2008
14:44
I'm only receding really but it made a good line. Used to play cricket during Blackadder days and my teammates relished the opportunity to say 'Bowled Rick' after a decent over.
rickus
25/11/2008
14:38
Nice one, thanks Bald Rick! Cheers JMc
johnmc
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