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|runnerpete22: Some time ago, a poster on here suggested WBN buying shares in companies but was told that the NOMAD did not recommend this course of action, as they could potentially lose their investment. At this moment in time, there are several oil and gas companies that are hugely under valued..share price wise...due to circumstances mainly beyond their control..or politically.....and its only a matter of time before they realise full value. Why cant WBN take advice - they are obviously not capable themselves...and see what is on offer. Remember, it is not necessary to go looking for farm ins with another company and taking over operations etc....just purchase shares on the open market.PIRI Resources are nothing but a cash shell, but to satisfy AIM requirements, they have acquired a tiny stake in the recent IPO of Plymouth based RAME ENERGY who are building wind farms in Chile.|
|harold larwood: Wilbury, I have been consistently negative about this Board of yes men based on their performance. They came in with a bunch of promises and have done nothing and, IMHO, it is because they hate to pay full dollar and projects therefore find homes elsewhere and elude us.
They bought in at 1 cent per share and, on pure speculation, the share price rose to 8p so, at that stage, without even lifting a finger, they had made a very substantial profit so just think what they could achieve if they actually DID SOMETHING - but it doesn't seem to fit their "business model" - if you could call it that.
By my calculation of their running costs, they have about $1.5m left from the Colombian sales proceeds so if they dividend that away then they come out with a smallish loss - and the PI's get hammered (but, "mind over matter" to them) but if they carry on then they will have to commit.
If I were Sad Rudy, I would look at my management team and ask some serious questions as to whether or not they are fit for purpose - I would also have to question my own business acumen as regards WBN - and I would sack the lot and bring in a team of experienced E&P specialists, re-list, raise some capital and dilute. That way he would make a bunch of money but he won't do that as it would take it outside of the "family" and he appears to want to keep things close at hand.
Their (in)actions beggar belief - what is the point of it all? To "control" 5/7ths of 3/8ths of nothing or to build shareholder value???
Sorry for letting off steam but this is very frustrating and beyond all normal commercial comprehension.|
|runnerpete22: Good morning smcl and all. Now is not the time to be taking your frustration out on fellow posters who share what information they have gleaned by taking the time and trouble to speak to board members and share what they have been told - for better or for worse. Hopefully for all of us, we will eventually be rewarded for all we have gone through, the share price will be multiples of what it is now, and over a nice glass of wine or a cuppa, you will reflect that if it wasn't for the likes of Gismo you would have sold up a long time ago.
All, do have a nice Xmas and all the very best for 2014, and don't forget to check out my new board game if such things are of interest to you. itlmakeuthink.co.uk
|asmodeus: If only the weather had some bearing on WBN's share price! Good night all.|
|theshareguru: Wbn bb followers 32m shares roughly in free flow need I say more
come judgement day , 7am between now xmas rns wbn have pulled off
a deal 8am share price 1p +++++++++.|
|harold larwood: Gis, yes, the shares can be re-instated but they would have to have a competent person's report prepared which takes time and money. Add the cost of the accountants, lawyers and NOMAD fees and you will end up with about $500k.
Far better to ask for an extension to suspension. An indication of their intentions will be if they do or do not apply for that. If they do not then it means that they have nothing in the pipeline (IE:- no investment strategy at all which is contrary to their previous public statements and might open the Directors up to litigation by the minority shareholders)and if they do then the share price will probably strengthen.
Warm, windy and cloudy here.|
|gismo: Happy holidays Futters. Yes it does look good doesn't it. If we get those blocks then it should move the share price north..|
|cliveas: howdlep I can't open those links can you summarize the content?
Sorry to hear of your averages.Maybe worth averaging down? As you say so few in circulation the less = the higher the share price.
It does look as though they will invest, only uncertainty is before suspension.However if after then the shares will re list as long it is before december.
I note more were bought than sold yesterday and mm marked us down.They will be shorter than ever.|
|wilburylover1: I know this all depends on how big the block is wbn is bidding for and assuming they get it but what sort of share price range do any of you think this could end up at if a deal is struck.|
|bump3r: Good afternoon all, on such a pleasant day.
I've just planted an oak tree out the back.
The race is on which can grow the fastest.
The tree or the WBN share price|
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