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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Kibo Energy Plc KIBO London Ordinary Share IE00B97C0C31 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 0.275 08:00:06
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
0.275 0.2605 0.275 0.275 0.275
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Industry Sector
MINING

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DateSubject
03/1/2021
17:19
georgeo1: Just go on YouTube and listen to their videos on proactive investors and listen to how Kibo has reached to these finalisation of projects. Benga and MAST should be close as Sloane migration into MAST should be listed very soon.
03/1/2021
14:41
georgeo1: I've gone through most proactive investors on YouTube videos on Kibo interview with Louis, and they gave support from the mining mineral minister , of some sort and sites are drill ready once approvals are done. Yes they are from the past but not long ago . It's probably when they got all their projects to a stage when they say 'go'. They have got from mining to the energy sector. It's all very interesting and will benefit to shareholders. Jmo, I've been reading into Kibo and posting a lot , yes it's just what I think of the company and going forward. All positive but like everywhere covid has slowed down progress. No waiting for Sloane to be named MAST development energy, we should see some benefit to us.
20/12/2020
17:00
cl0ckw0rk0range: LOL"Dave" the information on the true TR1 holder in KIBO is freely available at companies house for anyone to look up, in fact it's part of research for most to see who they are investing alongside. Now do you really believe "Dave" that the real TR1 holder David (not Dave) spends their time trolling on social media as a TR1 investor? I think not, they would know that they are not able to be seen to influence the price of the stock they hold, and as a sophisticated investor you think they would have better things to do so again I ask are you Andrew? Best.
19/12/2020
20:40
cl0ckw0rk0range: Not being nasty at all, I just don't like seeing people getting misled on these boards, I don't even think that "Dave" here is even their real name, but their agenda is quite clear. Character assassination of anyone who raises any concerns by several accounts purporting to be a TR1 holder? Sorry but no sophisticated investor would waste their time on boards such as these, it's clearly a shill account pretending to be a TR1 just to mug investors off.
03/11/2020
23:21
guitars4stars: Good thing is the filtered fool has been rumbled by actual investors in Kibo Energy and great to see even new investors filtered the fool as of today... !#GotTheMeasure!!!
26/10/2020
22:53
dozyduck: PS And I think you'll find, also, that the reason (which LC won't mention) that his reserve power empire has now to be financed via an equity IPO, is that the cost effective banks and EIS investors who were to majority finance it a few years ago and give Kibo a fairly efficient way for a fairly modest cash inflow, now won't do so becase the reserve power market is more dodgy. It means the IPO won't (if LC is honest) be able to promise the dividends expected in the past. Even so.I'm agog to see how the magician will present it to investors.
11/9/2020
13:27
dozyduck: You're talking in very general terms Mr Edge, about small etc miners in general. To understand Kibo's particular situation (and image with investors - no serious ones out there any more who will fall for LC's opaque spin) you have to look at the long - very long - history, not just of failure to deliver - but of years of announcements that show LC can't do any of the maths required to ensure he can get his plants built AND deliver a rising share price, instead of a continually falling one as he HAS to dilute again and again. He's a lawyer - adept at manipulating company law to ensure his salary by floating off his problems from time to time - but incompetent at managing development of a complex engineering project, or of explaining honestly to investors what that entails. I take it YOU yourself (like him) haven't done the maths - which will show you his remaining projects are actually smaller (Kibo's share at any rate) than the other CTP's you mention - and which will make you wary of the further share issues certain to come before anything is earned (in the form of hard cash or dividends) from any of his projects. But if your investment strategy is just to listen to 'news' without doing any hard maths - good luck to you !
11/9/2020
05:54
cl0ckw0rk0range: He comments in hindsight and throws out unrelated figures in the hope that it will deter investors as they have a personal axe to grind with the co as they lost a packet here previously. Why else do you think they are so desperate to dissuade investors.
10/9/2020
10:41
yaki: DD, good points As an investor, I look at the share price, compare to others in the space, also the likelihood of projects going ahead But as you alluded (and I know) I am not that good in this. But I don't think is all lost and believe that at least 1 of the projects will happen. I think Mast is a bit of a side show. If smthis realized - Kibo can get re rated to levels of NCCL and ORCP. Which can easily command share price of 0.5-1p. Somewhere in that range I will be in profit!! DozyDuck 10 Sep '20 - 10:47 - 3681 of 3682 0 0 1 Yaki As a major Kibo shareholder, I'd have thought you'd have read very thoroughly PPG's 2019 report especially the chairman's and CEO's statements. They give you a detailed insight into the business and its problems. Remember that PPG is a minority investor in the six (3 others under construction) 20MW sites (all single private cos with cut down accounts on companies house - but with full reading you can see how unprofitable they have proved to be - about 1/3rd what PPG 'forecast' in its IPO and 2017 accounts.) If you read the individual cos accounts thoroughly (and the notes) you'll see how wrong is your guess about their profitability. (I don;t have time to do the analyses you should be doing) As a minority holder, PPG can't consolidate its investee companies, which is why its no guide to their performance, (except PPG has written down their value) - It is dependent on dividends from them to survive - which it isn't going to do. A year ago PPG said as much and that it was therefore moving into gas plants (its six are diesel) where market conditions will (They hoped ) be better and that a new source of finance (probably similar to what Kibo hoped for) was being negotiated. But since then there has been no news and instead PPG has said even its planned gas portfolio (almost as big as Kibo's 100MW's) has not been able to project acceptable returns so as to satisfy its hoped for investors. So its giving up and will maybe turn into a cash shell So if you're still hoping Mast will prove a winner, and will be able to attract investors more successfully than an already operating and listed PPG, with management with over ten years experience in the power market, you're taking as big a punt as your previous ones ! In fact I wonder if the Mast IPO will happen at all.
10/9/2020
09:47
dozyduck: Yaki As a major Kibo shareholder, I'd have thought you'd have read very thoroughly PPG's 2019 report especially the chairman's and CEO's statements. They give you a detailed insight into the business and its problems. Remember that PPG is a minority investor in the six (3 others under construction) 20MW sites (all single private cos with cut down accounts on companies house - but with full reading you can see how unprofitable they have proved to be - about 1/3rd what PPG 'forecast' in its IPO and 2017 accounts.) If you read the individual cos accounts thoroughly (and the notes) you'll see how wrong is your guess about their profitability. (I don;t have time to do the analyses you should be doing) As a minority holder, PPG can't consolidate its investee companies, which is why its no guide to their performance, (except PPG has written down their value) - It is dependent on dividends from them to survive - which it isn't going to do. A year ago PPG said as much and that it was therefore moving into gas plants (its six are diesel) where market conditions will (They hoped ) be better and that a new source of finance (probably similar to what Kibo hoped for) was being negotiated. But since then there has been no news and instead PPG has said even its planned gas portfolio (almost as big as Kibo's 100MW's) has not been able to project acceptable returns so as to satisfy its hoped for investors. So its giving up and will maybe turn into a cash shell So if you're still hoping Mast will prove a winner, and will be able to attract investors more successfully than an already operating and listed PPG, with management with over ten years experience in the power market, you're taking as big a punt as your previous ones ! In fact I wonder if the Mast IPO will happen at all.
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