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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Angus Energy Plc LSE:ANGS London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKC989 ORD GBP0.002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -6.06% 0.775 0.75 0.80 0.825 0.775 0.83 9,298,824 08:10:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.2 -5.0 -1.1 - 7

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07/3/2021
17:48
AIM companies probably think they can jut get away with it given their relationship with certain Nomads. Wealdpwr called out Ocelot over a year ago as a paid Anguish promoter, naming him Postalot. Some smart investors caught on quickly, sadly most did not and still don't.
sheriffcollins
06/3/2021
20:19
Ocelot has kindly provided a link to the answers to recently asked questions! They’re quite perfunctory apart from the answer to the question regarding procurement of the gas plant equipment. I doubt investors are going to find the answers very encouraging.
jtidsbadly
06/3/2021
15:41
JA51: you may be right, but I think the paid PR theory is better. PR people aren’t paid to get the facts right if the facts contradict the message. And I think Anguish management would have been thankful to see their PR people get rid of dissenters like Wolfofthewoods, MichaelGoodwill, MichaelG, Tids3some, Rastuss etc. from the other site. I think I saw Ocelot laying a trap for a new dissenter there yesterday. He managed to step past it. The worms are turning on the other site now, aren't they?
jtidsbadly
06/3/2021
15:23
Wolf / JT, The lengths this poster goes to find a "positive" is way beyond the remit of any ordinary investor / trader IMHO. They also perform the same function over on UKOG (it seems) which makes me wonder if they belong to an associated partner / company / mutual shareholder ? At each and every ugly turn of this unfolding saga, Ocelot has remained unfaltering in his / her belief that all is well with Anguish. I simply do not buy into the story that "ANYONE" could be that gullible given what has unfolded. Even the most blinkered ordinary (underwater) investor would have shared some doubts & had at least something derogatory to say about this totally inept management by now. Unequivocally a paid cheerleader IMHO. Nothing else makes sense. CQ ;-)
clottedq
06/3/2021
14:44
Wolf: I’ve screenshot her most recent three or four. Can reproduce them here as long as they remain among my iPad photos!
jtidsbadly
06/3/2021
14:33
if ocelot is paid, there is possible recourse. If you see anything that looks dodgy, please screen print anything. I hope to share some highlights of what has been found at some point.
wolfofthewoods
06/3/2021
14:08
JA51: would Mr. Manclark want it? I suppose if you can use tax losses on oil and gas exploration to offset profits on a long-standing property portfolio which you are considering selling, that would make it attractive to him. That seems to me the only “asset” that Anguish owns with any potential value. And they can't have a placing before they publish the report and accounts, can they? CQ: I agree, as you can see from my post above! A paid PR type, I would say, whether employed by Anguish or by one of its service providers. Unscrupulous, possibly worse than that, which is why I’m screenshooting a sample of her future posts.
jtidsbadly
06/3/2021
13:57
If they were to place at say a 25% discount, Wouldnt that put Knowe over the 30% mark if they were able to then convert?
ja51oiler
06/3/2021
13:55
Who on Earth is Ocelot on LSE Board? In all my time, I have "NEVER" come across another poster like him / her - so unflappably enthusiastic in the face of all the ugly known facts. Despite 100% failure on each and every goal / timescale and costing, this poster still valiantly trumps up Anguish as a good investment prospect? Give us all a break! IMHO, this individual is "WITHOUT ANY DOUBT WHATSOEVER" an Anguish paid stooge(or one of their partners) obviously planted to keep some positivity flowing on the bulletin boards to rope in unsuspecting newbies... ...Utterly disgraceful, shameful behavior & sums up the morality of this company to a T! CQ ;-)
clottedq
06/3/2021
13:51
Thaught you had turned into "woff Woff" with your last sentence then!! ..lol Yes, that £1.4 Million CLN has its interest payment due shortly as well! If as many are talking about, they try and get a heavily discounted placing away, Knowle can off course then convert the CLN at the placing figure, So long as it's over £250k if I'm not mistaken?
ja51oiler
06/3/2021
13:41
JA51: yes, had a look yesterday. The convertible loan was made in April 2020, so isn’t in this 2019 balance sheet. It’s going to remove a chunk of their assets if this goes bust, isn't it? It seems, in Knowe’s experience of investing in Anguish, that many a muckle has made a mickle. Whisht.
jtidsbadly
06/3/2021
13:25
I see Knowe Properties have finally submitted the accounts and once again won't be struck off. Still showing that over £4 million loss in Angus and still Keeping their options open to sell (Page 6) https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/SC048970/filing-history
ja51oiler
06/3/2021
09:54
JT.. Of course Angus has found themselves on the front page of the Times before. Around the time JTP drilled the wrong well at Brockham but pretended he was allowed to anyway! I think your investigation could well come from that direction, The regulators seem to be as good as worthless when it comes to AIM. After all as I've said before The Russian Federation offloading £12.8 million De-comm costs to a failed double glazing director with £89k showing in the latest accounts. whilst sharing the same address and Associated Directorships, As said previous companies. Add the irresistible journalistic lure of the "Lord Lucan" brand, if that loan doesn't appear "toot sweet".......it could be READ ALL ABOUT IT!
ja51oiler
06/3/2021
09:18
JA51: thank you. There was always at least an 80% chance that each of those predictions would be correct. I don’t expect much change in them next week and don’t suppose many on this board will, either. I offered them not to be smart but to concentrate minds on what’s going on and what’s not going on at Anguish. Wolf has been right about this slow-burn fiasco for much longer than I’ve been contributing. I’m taking screenshots now of some of Ocelot’s more egregious posts, such as two late yesterday. It seems clear now that she’s a PR type and they don’t, as I said yesterday, work for no pay. To spend shareholders’ scarce money in duping them in this way is outrageous. If there should be an inquiry about this company in due course, I shall be offering these screenshots to whoever investigates it. chickndinner: do you mind my asking when were you were suspended from the other site and on what pretext? I hadn’t realised you shared this distinction.
jtidsbadly
06/3/2021
08:53
JT... Well done on your predictions. Wolf is going to be doing overtime making those "told you so sarnies"! HITS....I liked your If you are right, given how repeatedly wrong George and his BoD have been, I'll offer 3 possibilities: George is either: Crushingly naive and inexperienced and/or Serially incompetent and/or Unbelievably and consistently unlucky. I think we all know there is another possibility to add to your list. It's easy to prove that he has misled investors during interviews and unfulfilled RNS'S and company presentations. Not having any experience in oil and gas doesn't explain why he didn't disclose that they were £12 million short and knew it last March for example, or that he gave interviews months after claiming all was well.! Then add the fact the Gentleman who GL himself admits forced the Coup that then installed GL as M.D has a previous problem with being honest with Angus and PI's(See America 2030 and the Angus share scandal). It Doesn't look good that GL was given a seat on the Challenger Board at the same time either really. We then have to consider why GL installed Lord Clanwilliam another highly controversial character to the BOD whilst being heavily involved in the biggest FTSE100 scandal for years.........Birds of a feather and all that!
ja51oiler
06/3/2021
00:22
I'm glad we have left the EU and now they are showing thier true colours but I read that they wanted to abolish AIM? Maybe one of the good parts of the EU?
chickndinner
06/3/2021
00:17
JT. I myself do not understand how an AIM listed company operates? I know how to set a company up with companies house but AIM is an absolute headache?
chickndinner
06/3/2021
00:07
chickndinner: I haven't followed AGM procedure in AIM companies but in larger quoted companies, motions allowing things like increases in share capital are generally nodded through and achieve very large majorities. The issue is not whether, if such a motion were put at an Anguish AGM, it would be approved. It’s whether an AGM can be held at all in the absence of the annual report and accounts. If the auditors haven't signed the accounts, they can’t be presented.
jtidsbadly
05/3/2021
23:34
Maybe it was Gordon Elliott. He certainly likes flogging dead horses!
chickndinner
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