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|serantel: Because he is an ungracious tool thats why :)
PS . you lot clearly dont understand the point of options.
To issue them at the pathetic utterly pathetic price of .05p tells you what ?
..........ok I,ll spell it out for you.
It means the directors have no incentive at all to raise the share price in any significant manner at all.
Options should be set at a decent premium to price to push the directors into achieving a much higher share price for shareholders before the EARN their reward.
I suggest you look at what he did recently to LGO.s options go on ask on their thread. Then go onto the Solo thread and ask what he did with their options.
It is a disgrace and only on AIM could you expect to see this sort of behaviour.
If REM share price gets to say 1p they have made vast profits for doing sod all.
Work it out for yourselves .
That is why I,m invested in a decent co with decent prospects and you lot are stuck in here for the forseeable.
|panicinair: The EPIC ticker will change to REM by 1st December 2010 and Zest will start trading as Real Earth Minerals from that point onwards, would it be right to assume that we could get info re RTO/transaction prior to that ? or is that just wishful thinking ?
I'd like to think dilution is further down the line when the share price is closer to the 2-3p mark but this is Lenigas and if track records are anything to go by then this guy has a healthy appetite for dilutions, But both Rowans stake of 11% at 0.15 and Lenigas's holdings give me some confidence that by diluting now they would be diluting their own stakes considerably so they may avoid this for now to protect their own holdings. lol their greed might work out in our favour or we could see pigs flying soon and find no such dilution was ever planned because the type of transaction being entered into was in fact the dogs b o l l o c k s of the rare kind.|
I will hold you to that. Surley 00.38 to 0060 is not 100% and I am sure you will agree at this stage with no news, no assets and in affect nothing to base a share price on, the rise could only be with regards to who is heading this company.
150mill shares in circulation and 80mill as of now are held by the BOD. Not mant left and at this price they will soon get eaten up with news.
What do you think will happen when the company does release some news? correct, it will make the recent rise look punitive. News will be out by the 2 nd week in January. So if you are still around then, I will want you to give me your oppinions again.
regardless of what happens to VMP I will look at what you have to offer for your next tip! when can we expect that?
ps: if it's serious I will give it serious attention. So I will look forward to it.
|marab: The Company was formed to build a music business by acquiring new artists together with their music publishing rights and acquiring recording and publishing companies. The Company has made progress in developing its business objectives as set out in its Admission Document. However, in the six months to 31 March 2010 the Company reported a loss before taxation of GBP194,000 and further reported that it was reliant on external funding. The Directors have therefore come to the conclusion that whilst Zest's existing business may be able to deliver some value (and will be retained) it does not form the basis of a sustainable business for a publicly traded company. Accordingly, the Directors believe that it is in the Company's interests to adopt a new strategy for the development of the Company as an investing company and to take advantage of opportunities outside of the music industry and also draw on the experience and success of Mr Lenigas in the natural resources sector as a means of establishing greater shareholder value, further details of which are set out below.
As an investing company, Zest will be required to make an acquisition or acquisitions which constitute a reverse takeover under the AIM Rules or otherwise implement its Proposed Investing Policy on or before the date falling twelve months from the adoption of the Proposed Investing Policy failing which, the Company's Ordinary Shares would then be suspended from trading on AIM. In the event the Company's Ordinary Shares are so suspended and the Company fails to obtain Shareholders' consent to renew such policy, the admission to trading on AIM of the Ordinary Shares would be cancelled six months from the date of suspension and the Directors will convene a general meeting of the Shareholders to consider whether to continue seeking investment opportunities or to wind up the Company and distribute any surplus cash back to Shareholders. In making the assessment of whether or not an investing company has substantially implemented its investing policy, this is normally considered to mean that the investing company has invested a substantial portion (usually at least in excess of 50 per cent.) of all funds available to it , including funds available through agreed debt facilities, in accordance with its investing policy.
Proposed Investing Policy
The Company's proposed change in strategy and Proposed Investing Policy, which is subject to shareholder approval, is to acquire a diverse portfolio of direct and indirect interests in exploration and producing Rare Earth Minerals and/or Metals projects and assets. In light of the nature of the assets and projects which will be the focus of the Proposed Investing Policy, the Company will consider investment opportunities anywhere in the world.
The Directors have considerable experience investing, both in structuring and executing deals and in raising funds. Further details of the Directors' expertise are set out below. The Directors will use this experience to identify and investigate investment opportunities, and to negotiate acquisitions. Wherever necessary the Company will engage suitably qualified technical personnel to carry out specialist due diligence prior to making an acquisition or an investment. For the acquisitions which they expect the Company to make, the Directors may adopt earn-out structures, with specific performance targets being set for the sellers of the businesses acquired, and with suitable metrics applied.
The Company may invest by way of outright acquisition or by the acquisition of assets, including the intellectual property, of a relevant business, partnerships or joint venture arrangements. Such investments may result in the Company acquiring the whole or part of a company or project (which in the case of an investment in a company may be private or listed on a stock exchange, and which may be pre-revenue), and such investments may constitute a minority stake in the company or project in question. The Company's investments may take the form of equity, joint venture, debt, convertible instruments, licence rights, or other financial instruments as the Directors deem appropriate.
The Company may be both an active and a passive investor depending on the nature of the individual investments in its portfolio. Although the Company intends to be a long-term investor, the Directors will place no minimum or maximum limit on the length of time that any investment may be held.
There is no limit on the number of projects into which the Company may invest, nor the proportion of the Company's gross assets that any investment may represent at any time and the Company will consider possible opportunities anywhere in the world.
The Directors may offer new Ordinary Shares by way of consideration as well as cash, thereby helping to preserve the Company's cash for working capital and as a reserve against unforeseen contingencies including by way of example, and without limit, delays in collecting accounts receivable, unexpected changes in the economic environment and unforeseen operational problems. The Company may in appropriate circumstances, issue debt securities or otherwise borrow money to complete an investment. There are no borrowing limits in the Articles. The Directors do not intend to acquire any cross-holdings in other corporate entities that have an interest in the Ordinary Shares.
There are no restrictions in the type of investment that the Company might make nor on the type of opportunity that may be considered other than set out above.
As the Ordinary Shares are traded on AIM this provides a facility for Shareholders to realise their investment in the Company. The attention of Shareholders is drawn to "Risk Factors" set out below. In addition, the Directors may consider from time to time other means of facilitating returns to Shareholders including dividends, share repurchases, demergers, and schemes of arrangements or liquidation.
The Company will provide an update on its investing activities at the same time that it publishes its audited annual results for the year ending 30 September 2011 and as otherwise required by the AIM Rules. The Company has no current plans to publish any regular estimate of net asset value or updates on the investments.
In accordance with article 104 of the Articles, the Directors have passed a resolution to change the name of the Company to Rare Earth Minerals Plc conditional upon the passing of the Resolution by the Shareholders to adopt the Proposed Investing Policy.
Subject to the change of name of the Company becoming effective, the new website address of the Company will be www.rareearthmineralsplc.com.
Any investment by the Company as part of the Proposed Investing Policy will carry a high degree of risk. These risks and uncertainties are not the only ones facing the Company and additional risks and uncertainties not presently known or which are currently deemed immaterial may also have a material adverse effect on the Company's business, results of operations or financial condition.
If any or a combination of the risks materialise, the Company's business financial condition, operational performance and share price could be materially and adversely affected to the detriment of the Company and the Shareholders.
The business to be considered at the GM is as follows:
Adoption of the Proposed Investing Policy - to be proposed as an Ordinary Resolution
We are asking Shareholders to approve and adopt the Proposed Investing Policy. In particular, the Company is seeking the authority of Shareholders to acquire direct and indirect interests in exploration, development and producing Rare Earth Minerals and/or Metals projects and assets. In light of the nature of the assets and projects which will be the focus of the Proposed Investing Policy the Company will consider investment opportunities anywhere in the world. The intention is to acquire a widely distributed mix of Rare Earth Minerals and Metals development and producing assets.
If the Resolution is passed and the Proposed Investing Policy is adopted the name of the Company will change to Rare Earth Minerals Plc.|
|jamonit: Copied from Moneyweek email circular this morning....
Does the rare earths mania have further to go?
From Dominic Frisby, in London
Dominic Frisby They're called 'rare', but they're abundant. They've made their investors millions. They're touted as a possible cure for greenhouse gas emissions.
Eighteen months ago barely anyone had even heard of them. But they've recently sparked a trade war between China and Japan.
In short, rare earth minerals have been one the big stories of 2010 so far.
And a high-profile initial public offering (IPO) took place yesterday in Canada of a new rare earth miner in Africa, Frontier Rare Earths.
So I wanted to take a look at these eccentric, troublesome minerals in today's Money Morning...
The growth of rare earths
The rare earths are a group of 17 metallic elements. Despite the name, they are actually quite abundant in the earth's crust. The problem is finding them in sufficient concentration to warrant their mining.
These 17 elements - scandium, yttrium and the 15 lanthanides - are used in automotive catalytic converters, hybrid vehicles and energy-efficient fluorescent light bulbs. They are also increasingly used in weaponry and in digital technology, from broadband, to TV and cameras.
China currently supplies an astonishing and alarming 95% of the global rare earths market. Indeed more than 70% of the supply of light rare earths comes from a single mine in China.
Look at the chart below of Lynas Corp, which is developing one of the world's richest rare earth deposits, in Western Australia. It clearly demonstrates the meteoric rise of the sector.
It began in spring 2009. Veteran US newsletter writer Jim Dines - one of the biggest champions of uranium several years before - recommended the rare earths. With the added impetus of a rising stock market, the gains were tremendous. For those who went long and stayed long, it has been a ten-bagger. There are many other companies with similar charts.
Whether it's tech stocks, US property, soft commodities or junk bonds, we are living in the era of bubbles: of speculative booms and busts. Some of the biggest gains, however, can be made in bubbles blown in lesser-known markets.
The platinum group metal rhodium, for example, which many people haven't even heard of, went from about $500 an ounce to $10,000 from 2004 and 2008. In the five years to 2007, uranium's price increased by similar multiples.
But, for a 'really good bubble', as with all the above booms and busts, the underlying story - the sales pitch, if you like - has to be utterly convincing. And it is with rare earths.
China dominates world supply. It's cutting exports. The metals are hard to find in worthwhile concentrations. It takes many years and millions of dollars to find a mine, develop it and bring it into production.
There is the added issue of radioactivity - rare earths are often found alongside uranium. Meanwhile, even as China reduces the supply, demand is rising as more and more uses are found for the metals.
The rare earth boom is not over
There's no doubt that the easy money in rare earths has been made. The low-hanging fruit has been plucked. But that doesn't mean the boom is over. A lot will depend on general investor sentiment and the conditions of global stock markets. But I see many similarities between this rare earth boom and the uranium boom which ended in 2007.
They are both politically sensitive minerals. They are both extremely abundant in the earth's crust, but not in mineable concentrations. They were both tiny, niche markets that the world had forgotten, but are now suddenly essential. Many mines that once produced them have slipped into disuse. And suddenly many rare earth explorers are starting to appear, just as they did with uranium in 2006-7. The charts of the leading rare earth companies are mapping a similar pattern to those of the uranium sector. The major newsletter writers who were on the uranium train are now all aboard rare earths. And so on.
Here is a chart of Canada-listed Laramide, which is developing a quality uranium project in Australia. In terms of the size of the company, the deposit and the management involved, Laramide is very much to uranium what Lynas is to rare earths. If you look at this ten-year chart, you can see how insane the uranium boom became. From around C$0.15 in 2005 to C$16.00 by 2007 - your '100-bagger'. Laramide is one of the better uranium juniors, but it was not alone in its stratospheric ascent.
So it's possible that the rare earths story still has further to go. No guarantees, of course, but it has all the qualities needed, from underlying story to tight supply, for this mania to continue.
Watch this explorer
The latest explorer to list, Frontier Rare Earths (TSX: FRO), went public yesterday. I understand that the IPO was three times oversubscribed - which says a lot about the recent frenzy in rare earths. The company has just raised C$60m at C$3.40 a share. That's about 20% of the overall shares in issue. This gives the company a market cap of around C$300m. That's pretty big for a company at this stage.
Its stated aim is "to become one of the leading producers of rare earths outside of China and one of the first new producers of rare earths after Lynas Corporation and Molycorp". Production is targeted for 2012.
Its main project is the Zandkopsdrift in South Africa's Northern Cape Province. In the words of Frontier, this is "believed to be one of the largest known rare earth resources outside of China classified under international resource reporting standards."
The president is James Kenny, who is also director of his brother Philip Kenny's company Firestone Diamonds (LSE: FDI). Philip is a director of Frontier. Firestone was a success in the pre-credit crunch days, reaching a high of more than Â£2 a share. But since then, even though progress may have been made on the ground, the stock is trading at around 25p. That's almost 90% off its previous high.
If you believe in the rare earths story, Frontier Rare Earths warrants some study. There is considerable excitement about the Zandkopsdrift project and it is now well funded. Looking at recent share price activity in Lynas, in the short term, rare earths may have lost a little of their lustre. And the broader markets look shaky to say the least, so prudence is advised. So far the stock has traded at roughly IPO levels. But I own some shares, and I'll be watching the early days' trading with considerable interest.
Got a comment on this article? Leave a comment on the MoneyWeek website, here.
|solarno lopez: which means they are in very shortly supply therefore command a preminum which means that the ZEST share price will command a PREMIUM.....|
|garbut: Market Makers are professional firms regulated by the FSA and also by the stock market.They have stringent rules and take them very seriously.
To think that a Market Maker would risk it`s business for the sake of making a few quid on some tuppeny h`appenny share is just utter stupidity.
Market Makers have absolutely no interest in how a particular share performs.It cares nothing for whether a share price rises or falls.
It makes money by providing a "MARKET" for buyers and sellers to meet and trade.It makes a profit from the spread.When for example there are no buyers in the market it is obliged to become the "buyer" it has to be the market when such circumstances arise.It will off load those shares to a buyer as soon as is possible as Market Makers do not like to hold any stock in any comapany overnight.To stimulate buys or sells it will move the price offered in whichever direction is required at the time depending on volumes .Ie if it is making a market in "Z" and there is no trades it will drop the bid to generate interest in buying, and so on it goes.
The above taken from post 1810 by serantel.And of course its not completely
true.It has more than a ring of truth when applied to FTSE 100 stocks but
less so when applied to AIM stocks.
And also some Market Makers care very much about making money on some tuppeny
h"appeny share even to the point of acting illegaly as history has shown.
Many people,when asked "How do MMs make thier money?"just blithely reply"They
make it on the spread" without actually realising that you cannot make any
money just on the thread per se.
I would be interested to actually hear from any/all of you posters out there,
in simple language,how the MMs make REAL money and please dont just say on
I will give you a clue.
If you had 10 cars to sell at £1000 each,would you sell 5 of them and then buy
them back at £1100 OR would you prefer to sell them at £1000 and buy them
back for £900 and then repeat that process endlessly!?|
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|garbut: Guys n gals,
There are only 2 reasons why anyone would continuously and relentlessly multi
post day in day out.
1 Financial reward.
2 Emotional reward.
I hope serantel is not posting to satisfy reason number 2 because that would
imply the poster is distressed in some way.
IMHO serantel is posting for financial reward
To anyone who has been involved on the Stock Market for years,its blatantly
obvious the reason behind the multiple posts.
For any relative newbie investors its not so clear and the poster has been
chosen because he/she has shown an aptitude to convince newcomers that the
posts are credible and helpful.
Again.IMHO,the poster has neither a short position or wants to drive the
share price lower so as to buy in at a better price.One doesnt waste so
much precious time posting for the above reasons.
The share price,after all,can only fall a maximum of 0.3p from its current
level.One would have to go short with multi multi milllions of shares to
justify the consistent postings on here.
Everyone please make your own minds up with regards to the above but I
remain firmly convinced about the reasons for why anyone would multi post.
And lest anyone should forget,Market Makers can set the price of a stock at
whatever level they choose to and by doing so make the above poster seem to
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|mabel 123: I think we need to think about the size of the future market cap and then work backwards to come to a possible share price.
You don't find much in the resource sector for less than £10 million, and I can't see DL and BR 'going to the trouble' for anything less.
Dependant upon further dilution that would represent a share price at about 1.25p.
Agree that patience is the key.|
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