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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
All Star Minerals plc NEX:ASMO NEX Ordinary Share GB00B12T7004
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.02 0.01 0.03 0.02 0.0175 0.02 108,856 16:30:00
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21/2/2011
08:06
Just bought in. I like this story - Sweden - Uranium - Magnetite -I believe invested in by Bruce Rowan - ( Sunvest) and Mrs Rowan, although difficult to be sure of this as website needs updating - geologist Jan Ola Larsson - who is also the geologist for BEM. Market cap under £2m. RNS dated 31/01/2011 is a very interesting read.
cyprussteve
20/2/2011
23:55
Well I did attend the recent Proactive Investor meeting where BEM presented, and managed to get a bit of time with CS-P and Geologist Jan. I did not know then that Jan had a position with ASMO. He comes across as a very safe pair of hands and not prone to the exhuberance of Clive, but even Jan cannot see what is under the ground. So still the problem of what to trade to liquidate some cash for an early stage position in what I think will be a potential multi-bagger with ASMO. Here's the problem, to top slice one or some of these, which i think all have great potential and would have tax (28%) attached to the sale............ AGQ 3 bagger AFE 2 bagger AYM 3 bagger PGD 2 bagger
worrier
20/2/2011
21:26
Worrier - I was in the same boat as yourself regarding CGT but decided to sell some shares that I really didnt want to sell in order to do 2 top ups here on Friday. I already had a position in here anyway but wanted a lot more shares before news came in and was scared about missing the boat, particularly the updated research report. This is a gamble, in the sense that in the short term it may not take off (I personally think it will), and as always with a company at this stage there are various risks involved such as drill results disappointing etc. Likewise you may get a cheaper buy than this in in the future if you wait, you just never know. However by the same token this may rocket and you may have to pay 5x or more in the future. I am more than content to buy at these prices, hence 2 top ups on Friday, and either way if you are prepared to hold in the long term then I think you will do very well out of it. Of course this is just my opinion but I have tried to be as rounded as possible in this post. Indeed if you see my previous posts you will see how positive I am about this share and I wouldnt have invested what I have if I doubted it.
rl13
20/2/2011
21:14
I've bought these worrier. But not with BEM. BEM is locked up in my account and going nowhere. ASMO could be the next BEM, but BEM is the first BEM and its going to keep going IMO. Better slicing something else if you can ;-) LOL While this has huge potental BEM is a no brainer, and it will keep going I believe.
loadsamonay
20/2/2011
20:01
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Now the only problem is what to liquidate in order to take a position here. Fully used the CGT allowance for this year. Was thinking of top slicing a few BEM - but in the new tax year- however I feel this stock will not hang around at this price for long........... worried - worried I'll miss the boat here if I dont move soon.
worrier
19/2/2011
20:49
nice to see a few new faces on here, think we will have fresh buyers this week, LT2 said update on broker note soon (;
eye2
19/2/2011
18:27
RL13, No they didn't give a target price. It seems this company is an unknown quantity but hopefully that will change soon. Like you say any positive news will leave behind current prices and with the recent survey results it potentially looks positive. To get those target prices we will need a new analyst report which has been rumoured to be currently being worked on. I hope so, it certainly seems they've got something to work with and include on any success case. More to this than meets the eye which i like.
whoppy
19/2/2011
18:17
Whoppy, did Shares mag have a target price? I think your buy of 1.20p is a good price, cheaper than what I got yesterday. The thing is with this share is that it can fly, it will only take positive news and a few buys and sub 2p will seem a bargain.
rl13
19/2/2011
17:53
RL13 - just in..only an initial purchase just in case anything happens, shall see where the share price goes. Hopefully the recent placing at 1.1p will be enough for some of the upcoming drilling which should create further interest in anticipation of results. I thought 1.2p not a bad price considering the recent placing price of 1.1p. Folk were paying 1.7p earlier in the day but maybe mm's have tightened the spread maybe in anticipation of more volume trading to come. Hopefully they will stop the silly erratic bid/offer spread, can't keep ripping the PI off and killing the volume with the huge spreads. I noticed the spread reduce late Friday pm. I put the order in at 16:15 and my broker said it would take 15 mins to fill so I went at best. While I was watching the screen a couple of sells popped up 100,000 @1p then 200,000 above the bid at 1.1p then my one went through @1.2p. Maybe they got wind of some changes..website..analyst report something that will create interest and get it on the radar a bit more. We wait and see. I know previous price targets from old reports were based on something like a 3-5m resource thickness for Gilpas but I have heard the actual thickness is something like 30m so valuations should be much higher if something is there. The article in the Shares mag were looking at Uranium miners and saw ASMO as a speculative buy. They cited a knock back in share price due to the recent placing as a good opportunity to buy cheap with drilling results being the possible push to make some gains. There buy price was 0.98p.
whoppy
19/2/2011
17:08
Was that a top up Whoppy or are you just in here?
rl13
19/2/2011
16:39
Anyone notice the spread tightened end of Friday with trading above the bid @ 1.1 to sell and below the offer to buy @ 1.2. Not seen it that close before...Actual bid/offer was 1/1.3.....i put a buy order in with Barclays at best which filled @ 16:25 for 1.2p, got my contract note this morning so here's hoping, fingers X'd
whoppy
19/2/2011
12:25
I have done some more digging and found a research report from November 2009 which shows that Beowolf own 4% of All Star. Taking into account dilution in the 2 years since 2007 this seems about right. Out of interest to Loadsamonay's earlier point Carole Rowan owns 15.1% (at November 2009).
rl13
19/2/2011
11:29
Anley - As per my earlier post (sorry so many yesterday) according to the broker note from 2007 on asmo, beowulf held almost 10% of the shares at that time. I don't know for a fact that these are still held. But Beowulf's last accounts has a section on investments whch the company holds. So i think its quite possible that they do still hold those shares. Of course they may have been diluted like other shareholdes so it could be less than 10% now. I'm not sure where the £60k money came from in the recent placing. I dont think its beowulf. (rowan maybe?) It could well be that both asmo and bem are unaware of the proximity of their licences. Although Jan Ola Larrson is the geologist on both companies. But even if they are unaware, it bodes well if they are indeed close and if asmo prove up a magnetite deposit. Economies of scale and all that.
loadsamonay
18/2/2011
17:30
I did another top up towards close and am now fully invested in here. I really wanted to get my top ups in this week because there is a lot of news coming up in the next few weeks, maybe as soon as next week, and I wanted to have all my shares in place before any further share price rises. loadsamonay I think you are right about a lot of work going on behind the scenes. This share is raising in profile all the time and I believe there will be another article in the next couple of weeks. In addition a new web site will be up and running in the next few weeks which should be a great benefit. More importantly an updated research report is to be published in the next few weeks which will hopefully contain a share price target which is multiples of the current share price This is before you even think about drilling starting in April and results and the maiden JORC indicated resource reported during the third quarter. If these are positive then I think a move to the AIM is on the cards which will in my opinion see a further increase in the share price That is why I think this will be a multibaggger in 2011. These are exciting times and I am very happy to get the position I have right at the start.
rl13
18/2/2011
17:27
Are you sure that BEM owns shares in ASMO and in the quantity you state. Please check this as it may be a misleading statement.
anley
18/2/2011
17:14
Loadsamoney - That is a cracking find, thanks. It is cerainly a link that I wasnt aware of. If drilling is successful All Star could certainly be a takeover target for a bigger player with its low market cap and the potential resources that it is sitting on.
rl13
18/2/2011
17:03
And if Beowulf still hold 10% of ASMO, and ASMO have magnetite ore body beside Beowulf's kallak iron ore (world class) deposit...could the two sites be readily joined at some stage? Would make sense. Makes the commerciality (economies of scale and all that) of Kallak even better than they are already - which is already pretty fantastic.
loadsamonay
18/2/2011
17:00
the post i referred to about the Shares Mag prediction was by Spurberry on 1st feb 2011 at 11.12. If thats come true, hopefully the broker note will too.
loadsamonay
18/2/2011
16:55
Ps - someone on here mentioned in a post that there would be some profile raising going on (it was the post that mentioned the reply from Conrad by email) and Shares Mag was specifically mentioned. As was Growth Company Investor. One has come true. Makes me think there is work behind the scenes here to reinvigorate this and really get off the ground. Also, that post said there would be a new broker note with a targer of 5x to 10x the then current share price i wonder ...
loadsamonay
18/2/2011
16:51
http://www.unquoted.co.uk/companyinfo/All%20Star%20Minerals%20PLC.pdf Seeold broker note - it gets better. Confirmation that this is a Bruce Rowan company. Carole Rowan (his wife) owned shares back in 2007. AND EVEN BETTER it looks like Beowulf Mining itself owns shares in ASMO. At least they owned them back in 2007. Now then, I wonder if they still have them???? Almost 10% holding back then. Coincidence?
loadsamonay
18/2/2011
16:48
I dont really know if he is a major investor or not Loadsamoney. Something is definately brewing here though I think.
rl13
18/2/2011
16:47
Hi, i have been keeping an eye on this share since radon results of the 31st Jan. Am wondering whether to buy as i see interest is growing, and now with a mention in Shares mag, which for a company so far under the radar is a bit surprising. Got me thinking why should they mention a company like this. Any thoughts on todays trades..a wide variation of prices paid 1.7p to 1.2p like wise sells. The thought of this becoming another Beowulf is interesting, is it really plausable. I'm not an expert on Uranium mining or Iron ore but guess the next news will be commencement of drilling and their test results which could be a catalyst.
whoppy
18/2/2011
13:41
I agree RL13. Read the FT article from yesterday - on uranium. I hadn't fully understood before why it was going to be so big pricing wise until I read it. Also on the iii BB board for Gieger Couter there was a very good article posted saying similar things - about the Chinese being keen to buy up uranium stocks. I dont know for a fact, but I am guessing that Bruce Rowan is the major shareholder here in ASMO. He has very shrewed track record. I don't believe he would miss a trick/opportunity like this one. He's reinvigorating lots of his investment companies which are in the rare earth/uranium field. See REMP (plus) and REM (AIM) for example. I'm also hugely encouraged by Tertiary Minerals (the fluospar company) (another Bruce Rowan company). It has scandinavian (finish, norwegian and Swedish licences). Its share price has more than doubled recently. I think Scandivia is a great mining location. The locals love it, in the north of sweden as it provides employment. Northland resources has been v succesful and had huge government support for its iron ore projects. I dont think Bruce Rowan will miss a trick here. They're sitting on potentially great assets. they just need to work up the value curve and get drilling and move the share price to a more sensible level.
loadsamonay
18/2/2011
13:30
I trebled my holding in this earlier today, I really think it can be huge this year and see it as being a multibagger before the end of 2011.
rl13
18/2/2011
13:27
Sorry continental precioius minerals (not previous)
loadsamonay
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