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Baobab Res. LSE:BAO London Ordinary Share GB00B19HQ991 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.50 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.4 -1.7 - 9

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20/3/2015
08:21
Res Ipsa loquitur. Still posting at 11.35pm.Laughable What a sad individual you are. Best watch yourself - you'll be having a coronary at this rate. FYI - Even having you filtered means I still see your name pop up and so know you've posted something...It's a pity Advfn wont sort out this issue. Filtered means one shouldn't have to even see your presence on the board. Keep scribbling in the knowledge that I am simply not reading anything you type. You can keep disingenuously claiming that I'm a liar all you like> Facts are facts. Your dross is far too tedious to bothering reading.
fangorn2
19/3/2015
16:49
Keep red ticking me down loser..... ^Utterly hysterical. What a sad lonely individual you must be. Anyway, off out, so I'll make the odd post later, or maybe in 20 minutes. Guess you'll have to hang around and see!!!! It's clear you've plenty of time to waste as your life is that empty...
fangorn2
19/3/2015
15:28
You can keep red ticking me as welll..if that gives you pleasure. Saddo that you are. Life that empty you need to red tick.. Utterly hilarious..... Disc: Still got you filtered though so I've no idea what drivel youre scribbling.
fangorn2
19/3/2015
15:06
Utter gibberish. He's losing it! Found out as a liar and a fool.
solonic
19/3/2015
14:54
You keep rabbiting away to yourself saddo as I've no idea what you're saying.. You are on filter - so whatever it is you're saying, claiming I've said, is utter tosh. For soemone not invested here you spend an awful lot of time here...Perhaps it's just t obait people, which is ample evidence enough of what a loser you are.
fangorn2
19/3/2015
14:27
I have sold and jumped ship, increases my chances of recouping my loss, there's lot of uncertainty staying with bao and going down delisting route. They got their interest in the project and they wanna get rid of the average shareholders, they may pull some tricks like calling in the 1 million dollar loan.
tr4der1
19/3/2015
12:42
Sorry, a little 'disinebenous' fibber who has lost a lot of money and is very sore.
solonic
19/3/2015
10:43
I know... sigh...
katylied
19/3/2015
10:40
You are quite right KL but you are probably wasting your breath on this thread. Cognitive dissonance rules OK?
solonic
19/3/2015
10:26
tr4der1 - That 75% (Redbird 72.31%) threshold relates to the offer (1) having become fully unconditional (ie. All approvals and caveats overcome) and (2) the delisting proceeding without needing further shareholder approval. Less than 75% doesn't necessarily stop the takeover ('cos Redbird can lower the threshold and still proceed), but shareholder approval for the delisting, will require a seperate vote. Short of 90% (or a court order, in the case of a scheme of arrangement), Redbird cannot force you to sell your shares (it remains your choice). The chance of Redbird achieving 90% prior to delisting, is IMO very unlikely. Some existing shareholders will be going down (delisting) with this ship. You can also chose to do that... OK, so you decide to go down delisted with your shares. What happens next... (A) Your Chinese company steps in and buys you (and Redbird) out for a better price than 6p/share. Since you are so convinced that this will happen, there seems to be no downside whatsoever, unless... (B) Your Chinese company fails to show up. Redbird re-finances via equity. That will either cost you, or result in large dilution. You then wait indefinitely for the company to either re-float, or go under (bust). Or you approach Redbird to sell your shares, but post dilution they are worth rather less, than the 6p/share offer.
katylied
19/3/2015
09:00
Fangorn2/love it/Goodpick. Many a time and oft you have claimed that you have me on filter. Random example: "Fangorn2 - 26 Aug 2014 - 16:40:21 - 57929 of 61277 Sorry, solonic, you're on filter so if those remarks were aimed at me you're wasting your scribbling efforts, as well as your rising blood pressure." There's the proof. You are clearly a liar. You have made many unintelligent and inaccurate accusations about my veracity. Never once any proof though! You are a silly, inadequate little man.
solonic
19/3/2015
08:40
solonic you my friend are ill :0(
queenwood
18/3/2015
23:05
75% vote required, redbird increasing their holding by each day.
tr4der1
18/3/2015
22:08
Redbird cannot force you to sell unless they acquire 90% of the shares. That is probably not likely to happen. If you wish to stay onboard and go down (delist) with the ship, you probably can. You can then wait to be bought out by this chinese company, you seem to have convinced yourself about...
katylied
18/3/2015
21:51
Sell up and jump ship, from sinking one to one that is sailing fast
tr4der1
18/3/2015
21:49
You can't, you have to wait for voting to be over then redbird buys everyone out at 6p Then sells the project of to Chinese for 1.50p.
tr4der1
18/3/2015
20:20
Can anyone advise as to how I sell my shares for 6p per share as they are trading at 5.5p ? Genuine question !! Thanks
abbott4303
18/3/2015
18:16
Fang/goodpick/loveit also gave it a massive push down by trying so blatantly to suppress voices of caution by banning intelligent posters. Corruption I call it. I think you'll find I've hardly posted on this board in the last year - so keep lying through your teeth wont you.
fangorn2
18/3/2015
17:24
kevin is trying to recoup his humongous losses by buying the lucrative ExLax franchise for the Cynon Valley (mid-section). This is in addition to the rights for the Germolene and Fisherman's Friend sales for the same territory Tuck is trying his luck by applying for the job of driving Richard Branson's kite into space. He would get £1 per mile and on a typical flight would make £100. Branson won't pay him to come back, though.....
solonic
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