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All Star Minerals plc NEX:ASMO NEX Ordinary Share GB00B12T7004
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  0.00 0.0% 0.025 0.00 07:54:30
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All Star Minerals Plc is an Investment Vehicle investing in prospective base and precious metal projects globally.

The Directors will use their experience to identify appropriate targets, carry out due diligence, and negotiate acquisitions and investments in conjunction with their technical and professional advisers.

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27/9/201906:00UKREGAll Star Minerals Plc Half-year Report
16/7/201915:31UKREGAll Star Minerals Plc Result of AGM
25/6/201909:32UKREGAll Star Minerals Plc Notice of AGM
31/5/201906:00UKREGAll Star Minerals Plc Final Results
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29/7/2014
14:00
jaknife: You might like to look at Walter Doyle's track record. He's made a lot of money for himself! Not always so much money for the other shareholders in his ventures. In the case of Stategic Minerals (SML), Walter Doyle reported an interest in 40.37% of the company on 30 Oct 2012: http://www.investegate.co.uk/strategic-minerals--sml-/rns/director-shareholding/201210300700158005P/ On 6 December 2013, SML announced that this had fallen to below 3%: http://www.investegate.co.uk/strategic-minerals--sml-/rns/holding-in-company/201312061455029562U/ There were no other disposal announcements during that period during which the share price fell from approx 4.5p to approx 1p.
08/7/2014
08:28
jaknife: Conrad posts on here as mrkournikova. Here's an example of his posts from June 2011 when he was encouraging people to invest into shares of Strategic Minerals (SML): http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=25371597&from=26 The share price then was 11p, it is now closer to 0.5p. At the time I took him to task and pointed out that the company was being brought to market with the assistance of Leo Knifton was had a track record of running UK-based boiler rooms. I would never invest into anything to which Conrad's name is attached and believe that there is plenty of objective empirical evidence of his track record to justify such a stance. JakNife
28/6/2012
11:04
failedqs: 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!
17/5/2012
22:15
whoppy: If they want to release value from the Aus assets then there will have to be some form of corporate activity to get the projects moving. As we know this will come through separate AIM listing for Blue Doe rather than fund raising through ASMO, but with ASMO holding a % interest in Blue Doe thus creating shareholder value. What the value is remains to be seen but could be significant. Will have to wait for the CPR. For comparison look at Strategic Minerals which has similar projects in Aus. "It is our intention to complete a pre-IPO fundraising for Blue Doe Gold plc over the coming weeks, and to then move the company forward for a listing on the AIM market. It is our belief that All Star's retained shareholding in Blue Doe Gold plc will create significant value for the company and its shareholders.".... ...".The near-term strategy, therefore, has been to focus on creating value through developing the Australian assets. Hopefully, as we announce details of the development of the Australian projects, and unlock value from this opportunity, the share price will respond favourably."
30/4/2012
11:01
cyprussteve: Extracts from today's RNS. "It is our intention to complete a pre-IPO fundraising for Blue Doe Gold plc over the coming weeks, and tothen move the company forward for a listing on the AIM market. It is our belief that All Star's retained shareholding in Blue Doe Gold plc will create significant value for the company and its shareholders." "It had been our intention to commence drilling programmes at Gilpas, and the Samon iron ore target in April and May. However, in order to progress the work programmes it will be necessary to raise new equity. The current share price for All Star is 0.45p, which values the company at GBP1.3 million. I do not believe it is in the best interests of the longer-term success of the company, nor shareholders, if we were to raise the necessary finance to drill the targets at Gilpas and Samon at the current share price. Historically we have had no choice but to accept funding at a discount to the prevailing share price, and if we were to do that today the dilution to existing shareholders would be substantial." If I am reading all this correctly, they intend to focus on the Aus projects, about which they don't have a clue, rather than Gilpas and Samon which we already know are in proven IO JORC territory. The only reason I bought into ASMO initially was due to what I perceived as the potential of the the Swedish IO projects, Jan's geological involvement, and proximity to Beowulf projects. When they started their funding antics some time ago, luckily I sold out straight away, and just about covered my investment. This is NOT the Company I had initially invested in - totally different priorities, and, in my opinion, a totally self serving and juvenile CEO, who , in my view, has no credible business strategy for ASMO whatsoever.
31/8/2011
13:33
anley: Its not the time to invest in Mr Windham. Until he has convinced me that there is a commercial amount and he has raised the capital then I may change my mind. He has had to give millions of cheap shares away just to keep this company going. Interest in uranium is at a low - look at what the big uranium players share price is doing and also have a look at one of AIM's most unloved uranium companys called VML. That says it all ........... but one day uranium will come back into fashion.
23/5/2011
17:46
anley: Could you please prove to me that Jan Larsson owns 6m shares in ASMO. I am also well aware of his involvement with BEM & ASMO but ASMO has nothing to show yet except that there may be uranium in commercial quantities and until this becomes clear a great deal of capital is required to prove this. Uranium is not the mineral of the month at the moment - I wont go into this - so the investment market is very difficult. When you have two of the TOP Canadian uranium mining companies share price only reflecting a break up value I will stick to my quote on a previous post - not buying yet until I can see some good results and believe me thats what this market is all about at the moment.
05/3/2011
18:55
rl13: I would have thought it would be fairly obvious what an updated broker note could do to the share price. I am sure most other people on here, investors who would actually like to see the share price rise and not fall, realise too. There have also been a lot of big buys in the last month and indeed there have been more buys than sells. As a result the share price has risen considerably over the past month. When the share price has risen so much it is only natural that some of the people who have seen gains of 300% or more sell. I think most posters on here are in for the long term, as they see the huge potential, and so short term fluctuations do not really matter. I could have sold out many times over the past few weeks for a nice profit but I really believe in this long term and imo there are much bigger profits to come. As this share moves so quick you could easily be left behind if you are not holdng when news comes.
08/1/2011
16:09
aimshares: I hope Conrad can get the Randon results out this month it's the best time, all the minreral shares are going crazy . Take a look at REM listed on the AIM which saw it's share price triple in a month and as Tom bulford has said they have not invested a single penny in any rare earth project anywhere . Watch that share price drop on Monday by 100% he's put a sell rating on it . Which I do agree with him investors have gone crazy for minerals. Then you get All star which has found a good grade of unrainum so if Conrad conrad can get the results out in the next 2 weeks and there good as Ltinvestor is expecting we should see the share price go a lot higher then 4p plus .All star has been dragging for sometime now, so come on Conrad,pull your finger out, this is the best time for the results, investors have gone mineral mad .Thanks LT for the info on the samon project for ASMO at least they have elements of rare earth not like REM with sod all and it goes up on the change of there name from Zest to rare earth minerals the worlds gone crazy.
06/1/2011
09:41
anley: AIMSHARES......If you are refering to Bob Young as a director of BEM sitting on the board of ASMO then you are wrong according to the file I have online with Companies House. Perhaps you refer to Ed Taylor? As far as the rest of your post is concerned I agree as does LTinvestor2. But what happens to the share price is anyones guess!! Alot higher than today and a closer bid/offer spread and liquidity even though there may be stale bulls in this share. The latter will help with liquidity. Go look at BEM and relate all their past press announcements in 2010 to what happened to their share price..........once small investors and a few brokers realised how undervalued the share were it went from 5p to 36p in 3 months. In the case of ASMO we have 1.20/1.30 which could go according to one person on this BB to around 5.0p.............let us hope so as it has been a long 3 year wait. Best of luck.......Spurberry......
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