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 0.03 0.025 0.0205 0.03 85,216 16:30:08
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/7/2012
22:58
why do you think he like's buying ASMO shares then? He's had another 2,000,000 on Friday. Is he nut's.
whoppy
02/7/2012
22:43
wow what a man, his speed of serve is almost as fast as his speed of value destruction
viktormeerldrew
02/7/2012
22:21
http://twitter.com/#!/ConradWindham 30 Jun Conrad Windham‏@ConradWindham 110mph on the speed of serve at Wimbledon... #justwarmingup #boom http://pic.twitter.com/xSBfEIRA View photo
loadsamonay
02/7/2012
22:19
Conrad Windham‏@ConradWindham Roll up, roll up... You are now entering Twitter, the fiefdom of parasocial interaction, where reality makes way for illusion and perception. Collapse Reply Retweet Favorite 10:48 PM - 20 Jun 12via web ยท Details
loadsamonay
02/7/2012
22:16
whoppy u say "he must be expecting the company to go up in value" - I'd add to that "or otherwise recoup his investment".. QUite why this bust company is beng kept on life support with no business at all is an interesting question... Blue doe is worth nothing, its a very environmentally sensitive area (of queensland I think from memory) with rare flaura and fauna and wallabies. There will never be mining there. If the assets had been so good, why did the owner sell? For the sake of future shareholders, it would be better all round for this company to go bust. Since I first came across it 2 years ago, in the real world, rather than the rns bullsh&t world, it has done precisely nothing. Not a drill result...nothing.
loadsamonay
02/7/2012
11:19
Its all a big illusion and to be frank all a bit of a con. I wonder if it was the brokers who valued the Blue Doe shares? Well done vicktorm.........for speaking your mind. I hope you are not a shareholder?
anley
29/6/2012
23:46
http://www.investegate.co.uk/article.aspx?id=20120702090809M7964&fe=1&utm_source=FE%20Investegate%20Alerts&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=Announcement%20Alert%20Mail&utm_campaign=All%20Star%20Minerals%20Alert At least Conrad is showing confidence - respect to him for that - even if for nothing else.
cyprussteve
29/6/2012
09:06
anley, Must be more to it than that imo. Just why does Mr Windam keep putting money into ASMO. Is it because he believes it's a good investment and get's first refusal? or is it because no one else will invest?. He bought shares at 0.7p so is down on that purchase, but obviously not put off. I won't knock it. It is refreshing to see. I hope it is not out of desperation. Deferring his salary and lending money in exchange for shares, which if they don't appreciate will leave him out of pocket is a risk for him. I can only conclude he is expecting a return. It could be there is not enough money to pay him so it's the only option, but he has put his own money in and is taking such a big risk on lending he must be expecting the company to go up in value. We have seen a sign of expectations with the valuation of Blue Doe's IPO @ 2.75p What with the Blue Doe attracting funds and it's listing on AIM, it's becoming interesting.
whoppy
29/6/2012
08:58
Trying to get the Balance Sheet in to some order,,,,,
anley
29/6/2012
06:09
Loan Note Facility and Issue of Equity All Star Minerals plc is pleased to announce that the Company has agreed to accept a £50,000 loan facility from Conrad Windham, CEO of the Company. The loan facility is for an 18 month period, and comprises of the issue of two convertible unsecured loan notes of £25,000 each to Mr. Windham. Interest on the loan notes accrues at the rate of 10% per annum and the loan notes are convertible into ordinary shares in All Star at 0.5 pence per share. Interest on the loan notes is only payable in ordinary shares in the Company. The loan note contains a warrant on a one for one basis exercisable into 10,000,000 ordinary shares at 0.5 pence per share at anytime for a period of three years and expires on 30 June 2015. The proceeds will be used for general working capital. In April 2012, Conrad Windham loaned the Company GBP7,550 and Mr Windham has agreed to convert this loan at a price of 0.4 pence per share, in line with the current market price, into 1,887,500 ordinary shares in All Star. Conrad Windham has also decided to convert his accrued salary up to 31 May 2012, into ordinary shares at 0.5 pence per share and has been issued with 2,022,570 ordinary shares. Conrad Windham is now interested in 15,110,070 ordinary shares in the Company representing 4.93% of the issued share capital. The Directors are interested in 15,225,585 shares representing 4.97% of the Company's issued share capital. In accordance with the Financial Services Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the Company hereby announces that it has 305,948,320 ordinary shares of 0.1p each in issue, each share carrying the right to one vote. The Company does not hold any ordinary shares in treasury. The above figure of 305,948,320 ordinary shares may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the Financial Services Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
n3tleylucas
28/6/2012
18:29
To be honest, I feel unable to make any comment on the "deal" - as, we have no information on it at all - just a lot of general waffle, which I think makes it impossible to value even at a very basic level - am I missing something ?? To list on AIM as proposed, whilst definitely beneficial, does not come cheap, and will almost certainly involve further fund raising. Please forgive my scepticism - I do not intend to sound negative, and it is always possible that the Company could pull the proverbial rabbit out of the hat, but, Conrad's track record to date suggests exactly the contrary. Although I am not invested here - ( I used to be, and am fascinated by how they will progress) - but, I still maintain an active interest in the thread, as I have a few good friends who I know are invested, and, for their sakes, and everybody elses, I would love for it to come good.
cyprussteve
28/6/2012
11:04
Agreed Anley! But on the face of it All Star now have shares in a company which are worth £1.375m at the latest price, paid by people who will have scrutinised the books closely with a bit of luck. Share price unmoved though, so far, still 0.4p to buy, so they might just be worth a punt at this level.... I have 600k shares, average cost just over 1p, my hope is that maybe one day I will get my money back!
failedqs
28/6/2012
10:55
We should wait and see what the total expences are for this proposed issue. The Brokers, the legal lot and not forgetting the accountants report. Last but not least will be the PR people..................JOBS for the BOYS!!!! and nothing for the risk equity shareholder.
anley
28/6/2012
09:57
Looks to be a good deal on the face of it, maybe Conrad is coming up with the goods....
failedqs
28/6/2012
08:57
I see they have extended the Samon licence (Samon2) creating a buffer zone in case it is a larger prospect. Wonder what the value can be for the Blue Doe projects, considering they are located in a producing area. Going by the IPO fund raising for Blue Doe, value to ASMO is £1.375m. (50m shares @ 2.75p) Current Mcap of ASMO £0.58m. Shurley shum mishtake?
whoppy
28/6/2012
08:44
Completion of Pre-IPO Funding for Blue Doe Gold plc All Star Minerals, the PLUS-quoted natural resource exploration and investment company, is pleased to announce that Blue Doe Gold plc ("Blue Doe"), in which the Company holds 50,000,000 ordinary shares, has completed its pre-IPO fundraising. Blue Doe has raised GBP352,000 through the issue of 12,800,000 new ordinary shares at 2.75p. Blue Doe now looks forward to completing the appointment of a Nominated Advisor and Broker for a listing on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange. ABOUT BLUE DOE GOLD PLC Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Blue Doe Gold Pty Ltd, Blue Doe Gold plc owns the Blue Doe and Eagle Hawk gold projects, and the Edward gold, silver, and copper project, located in Queensland, Australia. For further information on Blue Doe and its projects, please visit http://www.bluedoegold.com CONRAD WINDHAM, CEO OF ALL STAR MINERALS, COMMENTED: "Since we announced the acquisition of Circle Resources Pty Ltd in December 2011 we have worked to separate the seven projects into distinct corporate entities that would have dedicated management, and could be funded through a public market listing. We have made substantial progress towards achieving this goal, having formed Blue Doe Gold plc, which now holds the Blue Doe, Eagle Hawk, and Edward projects. We are pleased with the pre-IPO funding of Blue Doe Gold, through which investors can place a value on All Star Minerals' shareholding. We now look forward to completing the appointment of a Nominated Advisor and Broker and work toward achieving a listing for Blue Doe Gold plc on the AIM Market over the coming months."
n3tleylucas
20/6/2012
10:23
I keep telling you all................look at the BROKERS............
anley
19/6/2012
14:10
Loadsamoney - I just checked, Pegasus Investments Ltd is not bust yet I think?.... Per your notes earlier there was a proposal to strike it off, but that has not happened yet, so it is still a "real company"
failedqs
19/6/2012
13:46
who benefits ? well there is a cast of thousands detailed in the last RNS... i guess they all have secretaries and assistants etc to feed etc and overheads to pay CORPORATE ADVISER St Helens Capital Partners LLP Duncan Vasey or Mark Anwyl Telephone: 020 7368 6959 BROKER SVS Securities plc Ian Callaway or Alex Mattey Telephone: 020 7638 5600 FINANCIAL PR Newgate Threadneedle Beth Harris Telephone: 020 7653 9850
mildred49
19/6/2012
13:46
excuse me, i misread the rns, Pegasus have 5%...supposedly. But who is Pegasus? I shall ask at the AGM. According to the 30th November 2011 rns SVS held 5.61% but they werent listed on website either... Did they sell their shares? Or what?
loadsamonay
19/6/2012
13:41
I posted on iii saying I think asmo might go bust at some stage. There is no business here in the conventional sense. Not even an exploration business. So then why is the company staying alive/being kept alive? Somebody must benefit from it, otherwise it would have gone down the pan long ago. Who is it who benefits? I don't think, with all due respect, it is the shareholders. The funds raised from placings must be going somewhere, but where? And who are Pegasus Investments Ltd that we are told from the rns of 17 May, own 3.74% of the business. I posted research from companies house, showing that the UK company of that name is bust. I think that eventually the music will stop, when the beneficiaries don't want to be associated anymore when the heat in the kitchen is too hot. At the end of the day this is a transfer of funds from new shareholders to the company...and then what...nothing... Even that can't continue forever. Even Greece was a busted flush eventually and Spain too. So for how much longer can asmo defy the laws of gravity?
loadsamonay
14/6/2012
11:53
Thank you for the honour but I only ever got involved with stocks that Bruce Rowan and Bob Young were involved in so I must decline your offer. In the case of ASMO I came in at 2p and sold at 3p when I could not understand the way the uranium market was going to develop. Then Bob left and I came back in and turned over a double your money profit again. Then I have sat back looking and watching the antics of the board. To date they have offered nothing and it is my belief that they never will. The OZ business has never been explained and the brokers behind it are in the fourth division and do not have any power to drive this business otherwise they would have got rid of certain directors long ago. For them its just a game to make fees. We all seem to read about shareholders revolts - well here is a classic example and use the BB as the platform with the help of Google. ASMO must be one of the worst business models on the PLUS market.....so that is the start position...................
anley
14/6/2012
03:16
Hi anley, We seem to think alike on several things - can you do me a favour and take a look at FRX please - high risk - high reward play in its early stages. I would appreciate your views. I have been buying at the current share price Thanks in advance, Steve
cyprussteve
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