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|fn just my theory... i have given up tom doing anything with their shale leases...possible we will see them sold and the cash will be used to go in to an asset that chris has already got set up???
look around if you want to 10 bag need to get an oil or miner asset..and the sp's are going mental....so thats my theory and hence loaded up.|
|6th April last yr Chris Brown came onto the board on Tomco. Almost a yr has passed and all that has happened is the Palm Oil Debacle.
He has approx 3 weeks to his 1st full yr is up. I hope he has something to tell his shareholders by then or it will be a vey poor 1st yr and not one that fits well with his prior reputation.|
|Comedy, did the new director tell you or are you saying that's how you see it? Just for clarity!!Fn|
|lol...well my take is they will move in to something more related to their london mining days...the shale blah blah will be still there 10 years from now...but the new director tells me they will be moving on a new asset...quite a few co. i've got seem to be moving in to new mineral assets...hopefully 3month timeline we can do an irg.|
|Brian - he had a twitch !!!|
|I was just trying to get a proper answer on the Palm Oil issue. To be honest I have little thought about the Oil shale now. I have bought today and in the last few weeks based mainly on the fact Chris Brown has a far better track record of making money than I do, so really for me its a investment in him and his efforts to achieve a sustainable income. I would say I am highly confident Tomco will not be taken private and although I do not think the current share price is cheap after all, all we have is a couple of hundred thousand in the bank and a box of papers granting permission to use a technology that can't get investment. I remember someone saying there was "light at the end of the tunnel" about 10 years ago, wow that's some tunnel and I am still using my torch!|
I agree with your post above. My communications with the company normally end in reassurances that they are working hard on 'something'. They are being very careful not to let anything price sensitive slip, which is to their credit. The amount of time it is taking to update shareholders since the palm oil debacle however is not.
So lets hope that last weeks appointment is the start of the positive news flow...
|From that I assume we are not heading into oblivion then.|
|I have sent two emails in the last week that have not been replied also. It seems emails I send with specific questions go unanswered, but if its just a "can you reassure me we are not heading into oblivion" type email I get a swift reply. I will say they pay Tavistock to facilitate communication between investors and Tomco and Jos Simpson can be very helpful if you can get hold of him.
The 7.5m trade was mine based on nothing whatsoever and definitely no knowledge of anything, just a gamble.|
|I have not had any replies Mike, even though I have sent in 3 emails. TOMCO were replying earlier but it has gone very quiet.|
|It was a buy|
|someones popped in for 7.9mill buy???|
|so it was you Cheshire who Paul kept winking at......................|
|I have not had any reply since paul rankine left.
sent several e-mails since then - nothing|
|Has anyone had any response to emails to Tomco in the last two weeks?|
|I think it will more likely be a mineral resource...getting old team together as last director appointment|
|Sounds like someone's had their ear to the ground.|
|I think we will get an update this week|
|C what type of asset?|
|Personally believe we will be getting a new asset|
|Maybe it was the new technology peeps were thinking of.|
|barkerman, don't think thats good news for TomCo as it currently stands.
TomCo have $5M tied up with Red Leaf Resources using ECOSHALE Technology.
Also permits awarded for TomCos leases were agreed with Living Rivers for development using ECOSHALE technology.
Also oil needs to be at least $65 per barrel in order for new oil-patch investments to break even.|