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|Must be at least a dozen private investors here now sitting on a painful loss. Some bought at 4 pence....ouch.|
|I did warn about this one and 24 hour gaming.
The market caps are over 3 times their cash.
The cash burn rate will reduce that even more.
The best strategy that works for me. Is to invest equal amounts into shares
like AMC, CHL, CLP, CRND, FRX and OXS.|
|Cleantech is a wonderful bubble that is still inflating - At the moment replicates (imo) the internet bubble of 1999-2001 - Some may make it but most (imo) will crash and burn-
Is this one - if you wish - pay your money and find out - You need to be brave.|
|A beautiful +160% rise today for CBM.
A great cleantech play, and a chance to get in at ground level.|
|Err, the worldwide cleantech market is worth around $250 billion in 2015 -- a quarter of a trillion.
Recycling, green energy, etc. are among the "big 10" issues facing all of humanity.
Cleantech is a high-growth, high-revenue, high-profit market to be in for CBM.|
|They will raise and place further shares when they do. I would imagine this is going to be subject to a real pumping by those holding, so the placings are instant profit to them, if over par.
Regards cleantech building technology, nothing to wet your pants about really on the best of days.
As I said, buyer beware.|
|I put this one onto my watch list at 8am yesterday.
I also watched 24/7 gaming rise loads and then they dropped today.
Always seems that unsuspended stocks have these rises.
Yet no one buys them straight away. I do not understand how no one remembers how good the low market capital ones are. However there will be buyers stuck at the top end of the price with losses of around 50%.|
|Again, that was what many said about CHA before it 70-bagged, EMT before it 50-bagged, and so on ;-)|
|The Company has raised gross proceeds of GBP727,500 under the Subscription.
They will never will find a business worth 3.5m in England and Wales, IMHO
I see this one as overvalued.|
|That is what many said about CHA before it 70-bagged ;-)
Shares get valued on their future potential, not current cash.
Cleantech is a very high-growth market to be in.|
|yes and its worth less than 1 pence a share in cash at present, so buyer beware!|
|It is a cleantech shell.
Their AIM admission releases have the details.
CBM is Cleantech.
CMB is Cambria Africa.|
|Looks like something really fishy going on here.
The offer was 1.5p yesterday and they would not accept for less than 2p.
The MM is out to fleece anyone dull enough to buy the shares.
Also they using the same ticker as Cambrian Africa.
I am a holder of Cambrian Africa and the wrong ticker for Cleantech needs to be reported.|
|ok so no web sight, I cant find anything on this.|
|Shale has turned the US gas market on its head in the space of a few years.
Coal bed methane (CBM) is a less well-known form of natural gas.
It is already used extensively in Australia and Asia and advocates say it can do the same for the energy supply in the UK as shale has for the US.
So what exactly is coal bed methane?
|Australian miners fall on tax plans
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Australian mining shares fell on Monday amid concerns over a planned tax on mining companies|
|Scheme of Arrangement sanctioned :-
The holding of XTR shares is, I suspect, a real problem for WTN. Yes they might want to get rid of non-coal assets, but at the current time, with oil found in Turkey recently, and more good news expected soon, the last thing they want to do is to sell a significant asset, only for the share price to double a couple of weeks later.
Evil Knievel himself has bought into XTR and sees a XTR share price of 10p as realistic, compared to the current 3.175p. Certainly there is a lot of upward scope in the XTR share price|
will be interesting to see what WTN decide to do with all the non-coal assets. I can't see them wanting to replicate CBM and hold on to e.g. XTR
RNS Number : 4296V
Cambrian Mining PLC
10 July 2009
Cambrian Mining Plc
("Cambrian" or "the Company")
Suspension of trading in shares
London 10 July 2009; On 23 June 2009 Cambrian announced that its shareholders
had approved the proposal for the acquisition by Western Canadian Coal Corp.
("Western") of the whole of the issued and to be issued ordinary share capital
of Cambrian other than the share of Cambrian held by Western and the Treasury
Shares to be implemented by way of scheme of arrangement under section 899 of
the Companies Act 2006 (the "Scheme").
The shares in Cambrian have been suspended from trading today pending the High
Courts decision to sanction the Scheme.|
|You know kooba, I've followed this stock pretty closely and CBM did some very good things. It ploughed milions into WTN having made many millions from the sale of its stake in the now called GCM. It invested in CLN to ensure that became a going concern. And it supported the launch the gem called EBG. It's single biggest mistake was not selling it's stake in WTN at the peak, I grant you. But let's face it, the precipitous decline in the pricing of commodities caught everyone on the hop, not just CBM - so that criticism is widely shared.
The vagaries of the stock market are legendary. No management team can really control them. I mean, CBM was close to 10p and WTN 20p not three months ago and then both sailed much, much higher. The managament didn't cause that - changes in the wider economic sentiment did.
I never blame management for investments that turn ugly. I just blame myself.|
|good ridence to bad rubbish.|
|That is right, last day of CBM trading today .... with the new uncertificated WTN shares hopefully credited to Crest accounts next Tuesday.
New paper certificates will take a lot longer.|