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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
  0.00 0.0% 0.825 0.80 0.85 0.825 0.80 0.83 6,998,108 08:00:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -2.5 -0.4 - 8

Angus Energy Share Discussion Threads

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22/6/2021
23:15
JA51: sorry, I’m being thick. The half yearly report for Angus Energy plc should definitely have some commentary on recent events. I was referring to the annual accounts of AEWB3. I think they were both out last year on 23 June.
jtidsbadly
22/6/2021
23:00
JA51: I don’t suppose we’ll learn all that much from them, they’re in respect of 30 September 2020. Still, they’ve just adopted new Articles of Association and Law Debenture now holds 75%+ of the shares so perhaps they'll include some explanation of these recent developments in the Directors’ report.
jtidsbadly
22/6/2021
21:49
Half-year Report due tomorrow.
ja51oiler
22/6/2021
21:21
Been out and about today and just checked in to see Anguish had scored a mega 20 trades today! WOW! Congratulations to the boiler room boys... what a result.... "NOT!" Clearly (Un)Lucky Strike strikes again... LOL CQ ;-)
clottedq
22/6/2021
15:50
jtidsadly - you're having a real hissy fit today. I know all this recent undeniable good news is irritating you and getting in the way of your negative narrative so maybe take a few days off the board , it will do your mental health the world of good.
sincero1
22/6/2021
15:02
Not only that, but it’s likely that the only reason Mercuria is keeping Anguish afloat is Anguish’s ability to raise free money in this dodgy AIM, where nasty and unscrupulous people encourage mug punters to buy more shares to keep the price up while Anguish complete yet another placing. All the people on the other site getting excited about the gas price don't seem to understand hedges. If they do understand them, they should be ashamed of what they’re busy posting. Still, I doubt the finance expert at the helm here for the time being understands them properly either. I’d like to say this means the rampers are in good company but I can’t, really.
jtidsbadly
22/6/2021
14:36
jtidsadly - you seem very irritated again today ... " They ran out of money. Had to live on their creditors for a couple of months." stating that as fact are you ? You still sticking to your "0.2 soon" from 21.5.21 or your "share price into the sixties shortly " ? cuckoo cuckoo... fruit loop
sincero1
22/6/2021
14:11
They ran out of money. Had to live on their creditors for a couple of months. Insolent and malevolent posts won’t disguise it.
jtidsbadly
22/6/2021
13:36
jtidsadly - "from when Anguish ran out of money towards the end of March" and there it is as i predicted this morning at 9.04 the "running out of money post" jtidsadly really is a bowel movement...
sincero1
22/6/2021
13:32
..and there’s some money being lost in the Bitcoin Ponzi scheme today that’s likely to make Anguish appear a pretty safe investment by comparison.
jtidsbadly
22/6/2021
13:06
They’ve got to get the price up a bit in advance of the next few tens of millions of shares they’ve got to issue the new boys and sundry other creditors with, for what they owe them from when Anguish ran out of money towards the end of March, what?
jtidsbadly
22/6/2021
11:02
I'm already on the record as completely agreeing with ClottedQ on this. IMV, there's nothing material that's going to move the share price in any significant way - up or down - any time this calendar year. The market's clearly priced in its (unsurprising) complete cynicism when it comes to George frantically, repeatedly yet ineffectively spinning faintly possible futures, so we can ignore all that puff. Which for ANGS leaves it all and solely resting on Poundland (and it has always been thus). Will it be brought to first gas or not? When? And if it is, will production volumes be commercially viable or not - with respect to both fixed production costs and already incurred financing costs? Neither we nor the market will know any of that until Q1 2022 earliest. So on that pure common sense basis, I have zero expectations of my self-set escape price of 1.0p being hit any time this year.
headinthesand
22/6/2021
09:05
uclot - you sound desperate ( chortle , chortle ) ... you coward ...
sincero1
22/6/2021
09:04
jtidisadly - 21.5.21 "poor angus 0.2 soon" "share price into the sixties shortly " still too soon and not shortly enough ? i predict a " running out of money " post from you today , it is a Tuesday and you are regular ... like a bowel movement ...
sincero1
22/6/2021
09:03
Clearly the boiler room boys are talking among themselves... but unless they plan on buying in themselves - then nothing will happen here until Spring NEXT YEAR. That's when Lucan gets to prove he's not entirely inept by breaking his duck on actual DELIVERY! Hmmm... I wouldn't hold your breath folks! CQ ;-)
clottedq
22/6/2021
08:45
Uclot - you spineless coward , what about your claim 1p won't be reached this year or next ? you didn't accept my challenge because you have no conviction , you don't believe what you write , oh the humiliation you must be feeling ... i will try not to laugh too much
sincero1
22/6/2021
08:24
Ramp-athon in overdrive over on the other channel. Boiler room in full swing I see! But where are all the mug punters lining up to invest? Sadly, the spin just refuses to work for the umpteenth time around. I doubt there's an investor left in the UK who hasn't heard of Anguish's infamous catalogue of non - delivery and who shakes their heads in disbelief at "The Weald Story" debacle. CQ ;-)
clottedq
22/6/2021
07:35
and still no reply to my question as you have no credible answer. all you have is negative supposition even in the face of undeniable good news , clearly mentally unwell.
sincero1
21/6/2021
21:31
"i know mentally ill when I see it"...... let's hope they don't let you have mirrors in your home then!
ja51oiler
21/6/2021
20:24
Yes, knows nothing about the company, isn’t even interested. Thinks everyone else on the site is mad. Does he even know this is the Angus Energy site?
jtidsbadly
21/6/2021
20:14
ja51"contractvoid"oiler i know mentally ill when I see it and I see it in all your posts..and let's not start on jtisadly/ rastuss ...that is off the spectrum... I see you couldn't answer me...what a surprise...I'll add hypocrite to the list of your faults.....
sincero1
21/6/2021
18:36
JA51: do you think this person knows which company’s site he’s on? He never seems to refer to it, does he? Doesn’t appear to have a view, other than that everyone else is wrong and/or mad!
jtidsbadly
21/6/2021
18:24
2 Posts, and 3 references to mental Illness...mmmm. A subject I suspect it knows a lot about??
ja51oiler
21/6/2021
17:52
ja51"contractvoid"oiler if 10% of your supposition was correct explain how the share price remains at .80...." game set and match "?? are you mentally ill ?
sincero1
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