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|mali7: Billionaires fighting to get it as cheap as chips, the scums of the world drive the iron ore price down by stating extra capacity BHP, RIO etc and now the billionaires fight for bargain on the street...while all we ordinary ppl lose the lot to their game...they get richer! This is unbelievable how they have handled this share since beginning of this year. Even check bottom of RNS, says, London Mining is such a good company etc JSW has been wanting to buy LOND since Apr/May, so they plan this crash on share price and now buy it free! They have played it all under the table! If Tesco accountants can swindle £250M in Ftse100, then AIM can rob you within hours, and we can't do jack all! If we say a group of UK investors do an action group or boycott AIM until better regulation from GOV, I doubt many would follow, so all out there be careful with AIM as here today but could be gone tomorrow...|
|molatovkid: Risk1 - I think you might be doing well to get anything out of this.
On the 8th Oct the RNS said 'Under the structures currently proposed, the Board believes that there will be little or no value remaining in the equity of the Company and the other listed securities of the Group.'
From that point on the clock was ticking for LOND.
From a speculators point of view, it was about getting in, making a profit and getting out before the shutters came down. That happened on Friday - sooner than I expected to be fair.
The LOND management had to do something as the share price and speculation was getting out of control for a company clearly in serious trouble.
Maybe they could have worded the 8th RNS more strongly, but that's all history now.|
|ch4p_85: Told you all not to get greedy and sell. Enough said. Sorry to all who got caught. Lesson here never invest in a dog that is about to be put down. You all took a punt at a collapsed share price and lost. Plain gambling. It's daft!|
|duxy786_3: am back....
bean02 10 Oct'14 - 14:12 - 3373 of 3385 0 0
@spreadbetmag: At what point does the LSE force a "Statement re share price rise" RNS on London Mining..?
What a stupid question. when it was down 93%...RNS out stated, 'little value' (didnt define little, idiots took it to the bottom defining little at under a penny) they also stated in the SAME RNS "Funding which would be provided by a strategic investor if the discussions are successful", but I guess most people sell with 'cup half empty' as their strategy!|
|bean02: From [email protected]ag: At what point does the LSE force a "Statement re share price rise" RNS on London Mining..?|
African Minerals rejects Ebola link to share price crash - AMI, LOND News
- Today, 8:29 AM|
|mali7: From macrobuisness.com.au, Iron ore at $95.13 this morning (25/6/14) is up 7.29% off recent low and has broken a three month down trend.
They are saying if it breaks $95.77 then outlook might have changed and a bottom for this year!
Their chart for iron ore matches LOND share price more or less spot on, so all here depends on iron ore price only!
So this could translate to LOND as maybe 3 month downward trend change and a bottom for this year established. Time will tell....good luck all long termers!|
|kunama: Something positive in the media.
Let's hope it translates to something positive in the share price.
Sierra Leone News: LONDON MINING WINS PLATTS INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP AWARD
LoGraeme Hossie, Chief Executive commented, London Mining is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the Platts Industry Leadership Award in the Raw Materials and Mining category for the development of its Marampa iron ore mine in Sierra Leone.
The judges for the category cited London Mining's track record for turning risk into reward by executing its project in Sierra Leone with efficiency and innovation. They felt that London Mining operates with awareness of its responsibility to all stakeholders and has made a positive contribution to the growth of the mining sector in Sierra Leone.
The judges observed in London Mining the tenacity of an industry leader and saluted the Company for demonstrating a path to success under difficult circumstances.
Graeme Hossie, Chief Executive commented, "Winning this award and having our achievements recognised by our industry is a great honour to all the hard work and dedication by the London Mining team. We are very proud to have brought Marampa into production and of the positive impact this has had on Sierra Leone's economic development. This award goes to all our employees and all our stakeholders who have worked tirelessly together to achieve our vision."
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|dodge meister: Blackrock sold over a million shares, the challenge is that there is only around £6m worth of shares at the current share price that are not held by II or Graham. That level of selling will depress the share price with so little spare float.|
|pugugly: mali7:. Just goes to show a VERY wide range of opinions out there from an unlikely low of $70 to (IMO) an unlikely high of $130.
The varying rumours and data on the growth trends in China will be driving the price of IO and having a geared effect on the LOND share price as one of the most highly geared plays in the sector.
Deutsche Bank Ag selling down now below 3% but if they want out is still a big overhang.|
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