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% 0.025 0.01 0.04 0.025 0.025 0.03 0.00 07:58:47
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19/1/2012
10:16
People best look at BEM's problems and find out if there is any link between the management of BEM and ASMO ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,all I am saying is that management is the key to unlocking value for shareholders especially in mining.
anley
18/1/2012
19:05
'Not too far from Beowulf's assets'.... currently disturbing me. Thanks for Minesite copy albee2, interesting times ahead.
blueliner
18/1/2012
18:50
Funny how we never got any of this in an RNS! does sound promising though! I was looking at selling out soon but this article has given me hope to hold on for a while longer
rawnsley90
18/1/2012
16:35
Interesting! Maybe this is going to come to life quicker than I thought !! :-)
failedqs
18/1/2012
15:24
Minesite.com just published this rather interesting news.. All Star Minerals Will Be Drilling In Sweden Shortly, And Creating Three New Australian Spin Out Companies Soon After By Alastair Ford All Star Minerals had a relatively quiet 2011. Up until late December, that is. But at that point, chief executive Conrad Windham pulled off transformative deal that not only served notice to all concerned that All Star was still very hungry and eager, but also that it knew a thing or two about creating value. For A$500,000 All Star has taken control of a portfolio of gold, uranium and potash exploration assets in established mining districts in Queensland, formerly owned by the family of Walter Doyle. Walter's been around in the mining space for many a year now, but will be best known in London as the man behind the deal that reincarnated Sirius Minerals as a serious player in potash in the UK. He and Conrad have known each other for some years, and, having these projects in his back pocket, he approached Conrad with the simple proposition: "Would you be interested in buying these assets?" Very much, said Conrad, after a quick appraisal of what was on offer. Most of the projects in question had already been the subject of competent person's reports, all are in the Charters Towers field in Queensland, which has historically yielded up around seven million ounces of gold, and several boast former mine workings as clear evidence of prolific mineralisation. The gold projects in question are: Brilliant Brumby, Eagle Hawk, Blue Doe, Wishbone, and Edward. The uranium and phosphate project is known as Plain Creek. The Brilliant Brumby tenement covers just over 50 square kilometres in the Pentland district of Queensland, with the spotlight likely to fall on an area that plays host to several former mines. A competent person's report prepared by I2M in the first half of 2011 highlighted promising intercepts from areas around two of these old mines, Brilliant Brumby and Surprise. Still, however promising that looks, it won't be Brilliant Brumby that's the first out of the block as far as what happens next is concerned. Conrad's plan is to create three new companies to play host to these Australian new assets, and the creation of the first is already well advanced. Blue Doe Gold is already being cued up for an Aim listing, and should be ready to go by the second quarter of this year. It will contain Blue Doe, Eagle Hawk, and Edward, and thereby some of the most easily marketable of the new assets, given that historical production at Blue Doe ran at grades as high as 34 grams per tonne gold and 331.4 grams per tonne silver. The plan, says Conrad is to raise around £1.5 million to see Blue Doe on its way, with All Star likely to remain, at least in the early stages, as cornerstone investor. Two more new companies will follow in due course, one likely to contain the rest of the gold assets, and one the uranium and phosphate. And if anyone doubts Conrad's or All Star's ability to get these assets away, it's worth noting that though he's still a young man, Conrad is building up an impressive collection of directorships, and hence market experience. And if he needs a little help, Walter Doyle will be on hand, in exchange for an equity interest, to act as consultant. All Star shareholders won't be offered a direct interest in any of these new companies, but they will share in the upside through All Star's own direct shareholding. Conrad's view is that he'd rather keep it tight, rather than diluting All Star by issuing an in specie dividend. His principal driver is, he explains, to add value to All Star. It's highly likely that he will go onto the boards of the new companies to help them on their way, but he doesn't envisage those new directorships as long-term appointments. Rather, the idea is to get the new companies up and running and self sufficient as soon as possible. In the future there may be more deals to be done along these lines. Where All Star sees opportunity to create value, says Conrad, it will take it. That being said, the company's principal asset remains the Scandinavian portfolio of uranium and iron ore exploration ground that sits not too far away from the Beowulf Mining assets. Last year it was fairly quiet on Gilpas, the flagship project, after exploration work verified that although boulders on All Star's ground showed high levels of uranium in them, the bedrock didn't. The plan now is to explore "up ice", and to try and track down the source of the high grade uranium boulders that lie on the till on All Star's ground. Conrad has hired SRK to do most of the heavy lifting, and as far as impending newsflow is concerned, it's a toss-up whether an announcement about drilling in Sweden makes it into the market ahead of news on Blue Doe Gold. Either way, it should be an interesting few months for All Star.
albee2
16/1/2012
10:28
A desperate man in a desparate market place............
anley
15/1/2012
20:17
Judging by the spelling and hilariously inaccurate content of the link in posting 955 I reckon it was written by Conrad :) Nobody else is buying apart from him - either he really does know something - ( which I believe he does) - or, he is even more stupid than I took him for ! Good luck all.
cyprussteve
13/1/2012
16:20
another 350,000 shares for Conrad.....
failedqs
13/1/2012
10:30
What rubbish.......................
anley
12/1/2012
19:53
http://stocknotechat.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/all-star-minerals-developments/
vector5
10/1/2012
21:31
My guess is he likes the old gold mine brilliant brumby. But then I liked gilpas and i thought he did too. So who knows.
loadsamonay
10/1/2012
18:19
Would like to know what he knows but I'm sure they will drain us for exploration soon. lol
piosacraic
10/1/2012
18:02
CyprusSteve Thanks I hope you are right, I have no intention of selling and taking a hit at these levels, when who knows what could be around the corner for ASMO. My glass is always half full, and I believe that the recent action here bodes well.
stav5001
10/1/2012
12:12
Today's RNS Loadsamonay / Stav I am becoming increasingly sure that this could well turn out to be a good investment for you , or, at very least to get your investment money back. Useless prat Conrad may be, but, I am absolutely sure that he would not be buying all these shares without knowing something. Nice work if you can get it – totally screw up the initial Company by doing sod all, then, making a killing when it is taken out by a few entrepreneurs who probably DO know what they are doing. May be a long wait though, but my guess is that it will be worth it. Nobody else is buying now, but, at some stage they will be making announcements re plans and progress, and maybe coming onto AIM. Good luck – but, I reckon you will be ok. Still not for me - too high risk - but, beginning to look as if something is happening in the background. Ciao Steve
cyprussteve
06/1/2012
13:02
FailedQS Very subtle.....LOL! It's never over, until it's over. Thinking POZ!
stav5001
06/1/2012
11:45
It is nice to see the share price rising. Is there any chance that they will list on ASX? With some positive news from either of the gold deposits would make a healthy change to the share price Conrad seems very confident which is nice to see but who knows.
piosacraic
05/1/2012
13:31
Conrad in for another 500,000 shares the last couple of days..... Price rising, overhang maybe clearing......
failedqs
05/1/2012
08:48
Looks good
double6
04/1/2012
07:24
Conrad has bought another bunch of shares, he holds 10m now... Good sign of confidence, we need another spike in the shareprice to 2p so i can dump mine though!!!!
failedqs
22/12/2011
22:25
well exactly, they know a lot more about my investment that i do... something not right there. If I had wanted to invest in an australian mining co, i would have done so. Who is sean cunningham? hopefully there will be a spike and i will be able to exit with some of my money...
loadsamonay
21/12/2011
20:56
Good post loads. Agree with your insight.
piosacraic
21/12/2011
16:31
I did hear that the magnetometer readings very far lower than at Kallak which is dissapointing. Either way, all is not lost, we have a few new licenses and after massive dillution, we may get something back. But it back to square one with many more shares in issue.
piosacraic
21/12/2011
10:53
anyone interested in investing here, shouldn't bother IMHO! Move on to something better.
loadsamonay
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