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 07:54:30
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/3/2012
16:04
See link below for Conrad on Twitter - what a totally self indulgent prat. http://twitter.com/#!/ConradWindham
cyprussteve
22/3/2012
10:39
And what about the brokers and advisers...................????????
anley
21/3/2012
10:35
Whoops meant Windham, got QFI on the brain at the moment :)
muppetlab
21/3/2012
10:26
I was wary when i found out TW kicked a "promising youngster" like Conrad into touch. Should have seen the signs then. The Man is a scamster and a fraud. To anyone looking to invest in any of Conrads money making schemes, one word... Dont't. If you like chucking money away stick it on the 2.15 at newmarket as you have better odds of a horse winning than this pile of dog do ever getting anywhere. Its just placing after placing to pay Mr williams highly over inflated wages. Where is the drilling that was going to start a year ago, suppose that £100000 will have mysteriously vanished! This will never get to aim when its run by such crooks. Hopefully CW and his friends can pump this baby up at some point so i can dump my shares at a moderate loss, as they are worth jack at the moment. Perhaps i'll write them off tax years tax bill. Utter C R A P
muppetlab
20/3/2012
14:04
seems like nothing doing. Anyone like to take a bet that a year from now something will have happened? I doubt it. I bet the Australian transactions will be far off in the distance still, and that there will have been no drilling in swededn. what nonsense.
loadsamonay
02/3/2012
11:02
U3OP quote delayed until the end of March............
anley
24/2/2012
10:33
At long last everyone is getting to grips with CW...........but you also have to question his brokers ideas which are more to do with extracting fees and leaving the poor shareholder worse off. What a terrible history this company has had.
anley
22/2/2012
15:23
More dilution tactics from Conrad. U308 Holdings on Plus announced the following in december. Mkt Cap £900,000. Wants to raise £1.5million. Wow. Now thats what I call a dilution. Rns was in December but not listed on AIM yet as far as I can see. Did anyone pay him the money? Doubt it. I wouldn't - only to be diluted again in a few months time. Seems to be standard operating procedure. "U3O8 Holdings plc (PLUS:U3OP), the PLUS-quoted South American focused uranium exploration company with projects in Chile, today announces, that further to its Intention to Admit to AIM announcement of 5 December 2011, it intends to withdraw of all of its ordinary shares that are admitted to trading on PLUS. The Company is proposing to raise approximately GBP1.5 million by the issue of new ordinary shares by way of a Placing and is making an application for the admission of its existing ordinary shares and new ordinary shares to trading on AIM. The existing ordinary shares will be withdrawn from PLUS immediately prior to admission to AIM. It is expected that the AIM admission will become effective and that trading in the Company's shares will commence in early January 2012 with the UK ticker of U3OP"
loadsamonay
22/2/2012
12:53
"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." From Minesite article. Walter Doyle is the seller of these companies to asmo. So having paid him $500,000 we're going to let him shaft us even further buy paying him consultancy fees. Great work. Um, if the project was any good wouldnt he have kept it? DOesnt say much that he'd rather swap ownership for the consultancy fees does it?
loadsamonay
22/2/2012
12:42
From the comment in the Minesite article listed above, it looks as if Conrad likes to "collect" directorships. IS that what is behind this? He uses ASMO to buy 3 companies, for $500,000. And he then wants to float them on AIM. Firstly, is he capable of doing this? Where is his listing and corporate expertise? Secondly, why go this route, if the projects were so good why didn't the seller float them himself? Thirdly, if the projects are so good, why doesn't ASMO keep them? Fourthly, on what maths does Conrad think ASMO shareholders are better off owning a percentage share of these companies rather than the whole thing, having paid all the costs for the floatation? Fifth, how will the companies be worth more on the stock market than the $500,000 which Conrad paid for them? Does he think the general over inflation rule will apply so people will think the market cap should be about a million per company? Sixth, does Conrad envisage being offered shares at a discounted value in the new companies after floatation? Seventh, what on earth is going on at Gilpas? Let me guess, nothing. Did they ever drill it? If so, for how long, and how many drills? Does conrad care about developing the assets in the company or creating companies for him to be director of? If Gilpas still has legs, then go for it hell for leather, if not, why not just give it up? How much time is conrad spending on gilpas now? Any at all? Or is his time still spent with corporate advisers spending our money to float off these new companies. Finally, what about the environmental concerns about Queensland. There are some very sensitive and endangered animal species there - is it wise to pursue this? WIll they ever realistically get permits to exploit? Could this be the element that Conrad has overlooked? Has he been sold a dud? Will he ever update the website to tell us what the new projects are - they are not even mentioned. And the shareholdings are out of date. And the recent minesite article is not mentioned on the website. Is updating the website his project for Third Quarter 2012 like last year? What a pile of nonsense. He's lucky asmo is not on AIM frankly. I should think that treating a listed company as a personal piggy bank wouldnt hold water there.
loadsamonay
08/2/2012
10:54
Conrad now showong a loss on most of his recent purchases.... Guess he has a huge vested interest in getting this moving upwards sooner rather than later.... However it must be said L'm a reluctant shareholder, I'm looking to get out as soon as I can recoup my money.....
failedqs
08/2/2012
09:36
Another load of shares to dilute existing shareholders to pay for what could be a dud investment and you have to ask yourself why the discount price and why no news on how this OZ investment is going to bring shareholder value............? Why not write off the uranium business as there is no money to be made........just a thought for the management to think about.
anley
25/1/2012
09:50
and remember the cost of going to AIM..........that hits the P/L account and it will be years before any sort of dividend could be paid so you have to think of capital gains. Its only the "City" that makes money out of these stocks + the directors who are able to take out expenses etc. That is why I have just sat back and watched the directors destroy shareholder value...............its a story for the Management School.
anley
24/1/2012
11:05
Anley - gotcha, yeah that helps. I must admit I was trying to ignore that in my thoughts, their involvement does worry me more than a little.....
failedqs
24/1/2012
11:05
Anley - gotcha, yeah that helps. I must admit I was trying to ignore that in my thoughts, their involvement does worry me more than a little.....
failedqs
24/1/2012
10:39
Look at the background of the brokers..........they were the ones who did the recent big placing and have a stake. I am using my old city experience in all this............if that helps you.
anley
23/1/2012
11:11
Anley, in your post 940, I remembered you inferred that there was something a bit darker going on, and I would appreciate any other viewpoints.... Can you share it in light of your last comment? I'm intrigued, as if this is going to be a damp squib i'd rather cut my losses and run of course!!!
failedqs
23/1/2012
10:41
Its all rubbish and the only people to make money will be the stock broker and the greedy fee earners...............mark my words and look at the costs as and when the deals ever get done.
anley
23/1/2012
00:10
I reckon they will float these companies on a recognised market, raising funds but diluting our stake in the process. We own 100% just now, but we will own only say 20% on completion of the float, but the resultant floated company will have the money raised in the floatation to spend. So we will have a small stake in a number of companies with finance to develop the assets. To me it sounds like a good plan to be honest..... Conrad is obviously convinced, otherwise he wouldnt be buying still!! Beats the hell out of the original plan to develop thorium or whatever it was we were first interested in!!!....
failedqs
20/1/2012
21:09
So we own 100% of these companies but they will give probably 20% or more away to his buddies, which dilutes our companies regardless. So these new licenses will be a subsidery of ours, would that be right, or have I got it wrong? He uses our money to buy it and then give % away without even notifing us.
piosacraic
20/1/2012
21:02
* Acquisition of 100% of Circle Resources Pty Ltd ("Circle"), Jodo Gold Pty Ltd ("Jodo"), and Blue Doe Gold Pty Ltd ("Blue Doe")for A$535,000 * Acquisition brings seven projects in Queensland, Australia, covering a total of 518 square kilometres prospective for gold, silver, copper, phosphate and uranium mineralisation Outlook * Assets to be separated into three distinct corporate entities with dedicated expert management and funded through a public market listing * Blue Doe, Eagle Hawk, and Edward projects currently in the process of being transferred into Blue Doe Gold Pty ahead of public market fundraising in 2012
piosacraic
20/1/2012
20:57
It is clear that Conrad cares little about his shareholders. What percentage have we of these companies? It is probably in the last rns or I hope it is!
piosacraic
19/1/2012
13:44
rawnsley, as you say, why on earth wasn't this in an rns...?
loadsamonay
19/1/2012
13:18
Hmmmm - worth reading again carefully - extract below : "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. " The plan, says Conrad is to raise around £1.5 million - 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." Oh – goody – more shares for his mates !! I confess that I am a fairly cautious investor, and, I much prefer GDP as a "relatively" safe share - well, as much as anything can be "safe" these days. There again, I could be completely wrong. See link below - quite an interesting read, but, of course, just one person's views. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/35189573/Why%20is%20Goldplat%20attractive%2017%20jan%202012.pdf Ciao Steve
cyprussteve
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