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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2007
15:44
LEG guys will be 7-10 bagger. Rumour of rto. Directors tidied up accounts, and written off a 160k loan owed to the directors by the company. The only thing is the MMs are charging a premium for large amounts. They appear very short.
boilerboy
19/1/2007
15:30
FRR is my pick of the bunch. Only 60p at the minute but could easily be £3 within the next month or two.
mediaking
18/1/2007
23:20
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Abuse team
17/1/2007
11:35
NCS epic change to TOM. Nice to see one of my choices, PLW, now up at the 60% level, which means its getting close......
papalpower
16/1/2007
13:56
NCS is now TomCo Energy (TOM)
skiboy10
16/1/2007
13:41
Thanks, papalpower , and sorry.!!!
torabora
16/1/2007
13:38
NCS is the first of the 10 bagger choices to do a single bagger (100% gain)
papalpower
16/1/2007
13:27
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Abuse team
16/1/2007
06:20
Yeah right...three threads...what a spammer lol
skiboy10
16/1/2007
06:19
Skiboy10, spammer
up just a little bit
16/1/2007
06:18
NCS now TomCo lists this morning.... Master RSI - NCS now TOM as of ths morning... Growth Company Investor Oil deal transforms Netcentric Companies: NCS 15/01/2007 Bombed-out AIM shell Netcentric has agreed a £2.5 million reverse takeover deal with US oil shale hopeful TomCo. Floated at 25p in 2000 as an internet systems provider, Netcentric lost its way, despite the arrival on board in 2001 of Stephen Komlosy, former head of unsuccessful investment group London & Boston. By the end of 2005, the shares had all but evaporated to 0.14p. Now the company, advised by Strand Partners, is buying TomCo (the oil mining company), which holds leases over oil shale deposits in the state of Utah – leases estimated by the company to contain a possible 230 million barrels of oil – and is seeking to raise £1.28 million in a 2.5p placing. If the deal goes through, two US oilmen, present Netcentric director Howard Crosby and Pat Ryan, hope to steer the company to acquire low-cost producing oil leases in Texas and elsewhere in the south-west USA and, longer term, cash in on the Utah leases. Netcentric, which plans to change its name to TomCo Energy, is issuing shares to buy TomCo. The deal values the company either at £2.05 million, the value of Netcentric shares before suspension in July at 1.025p, or at £5 million, or at the 2.5p proposed placing price. Crosby, who claims he and Ryan turned £250,000 into £150 million by pursuing a similar strategy at another US group, Cadence, argues there are plenty of bargains to be had in his chosen region. 'Deals under $20 million [£10 million] are too small for the larger groups and the sellers are usually private families needing cash. 'I can buy producing for reserves for less than $10 a barrel [against a $53 market price],' asserts Crosby, who also plans to go for 'low-risk oil drilling deals'. The Utah oil shale, carboniferous rock from which oil can be extracted under extreme heat, is a longer-term prospect, but Crosby says Shell has devised a process that can make this economical even with oil at $30 a barrel. Crosby and Ryan, who will emerge with 10 per cent each of Netcentric, envisage selling, not developing, the Utah leases when oil shale comes into its own. 'We paid below 10 cents a barrel in shares and in five years or so we'll be able to sell for $2 to $4,' brags Crosby. Even discounting for an oilman's exuberance, the deal seems to offer better prospects of revival at Netcentic, up 0.25p today to 3.25p, than the previous regime could assemble.
skiboy10
12/1/2007
14:04
Well NCS has doubled.......the first of the 2007 choices to do so.
papalpower
12/1/2007
12:40
Got to be Chemistry Communication, listed on Plus Markets
lgpixels
12/1/2007
12:39
NCS/TomCo Energy tipped by Charles Stanley Stockbrokers as one of their tips of the year....
skiboy10
12/1/2007
12:25
Uncle Albert. As you already know I agree with you totally rearding PET but Watch this one closely too.....MTA. 2 drills in Q1 07 on previous gas finds in Hungary. Cash in bank worth 3.5p alone. Current share price just 3.125p Super small market cap £6/7m Ex PMO & BG seniors in the management team. See thread post below for more info. mansiep - 13 Nov'06 - 11:51 - 1108 of 1157 edit Tailgunner2, Yes, I havenoclue is right I do love MTA. I am in on this with a large holding built up over the last few months with 90% of my portfolio accumulated at pre IPO sp's. Here's why I like MTA so much... A couple of figures for you... HUNGARY HAS PRODUCED 700-800M BARRELS OF OIL HUNGARY HAS PRODUCED IN EXCESS OF 20 TRILLION CF OF GAS (WORLD CLASS DEPOSITS). 20 TCF OF 2P GAS HAS COME OUT OF HUNGARY & A SIGNIFICANT FIND BY A COMPETITOR (POTENTIAL 40 YEARS OF GAS SUPPLY TO HUNGARY)LESS THAN 90 MILES AWAY IS MORE THAN RELEVANT TO ALL INVESTORS IN MTA. (Check out FO). All from a country thats only approx 300 miles wide by 150 miles deep. What is MTA likely to find on its concession? Well there's a 154BCF Gas find within the centre of its territory (that doesnt belong to MTA) & there's a 97BCF gas find touching the western edge of its territory....& there's also 89, 52 & 26 BCF finds with 6 miles of the Western edge of its territory. & what's MTA got as its first targets.... An existing gas find to re-work that flows at 1.5+ MCF & a big thick reservoir target in the 2nd to drill.... VERY INTERESTING. & then there's the management team at MTA.... PH & NH contributed towards the success of PMO over a period of time in their respective roles until they left to join MTA...Bear in mind too that Neil Hodgson only joined MTA from PMO as recently as 23/05/06. During the period they were at PMO there was superb e&p growth & big increases in bopd. Less than 4 years ago PMO was a sub £2 share & both of these guys were key players in driving the share price from as little as sub £2 in 2002 to in excess of £10+ They have the blueprint for success & a proven track record. In the small oiler E&P marketplace....ability, track record & industry contacts count for everything. IMHO:- They can & will repeat the feat with MTA....From small acorns etc...
mansip
12/1/2007
11:59
PET "Douglas Wright, a private investor who owns 2 per cent of Petrel, estimates the company could be worth £10 a share...."
albertusstrasse48
11/1/2007
07:43
Stocks to double in 2006 was won by me with NTA, up around 680%. Please go to the NTA thread. At todays 7 m pounds value it is far, far, to cheap.Profits this year, with 6 weeks to go , should come in at 2m pounds for a pe of 3.5. [The sector is on a pe of 10.!!] Cheap prime land, is in the bag ,prior to the London house price boom.
torabora
10/1/2007
23:20
Netcentric/NCS Soon to be TomCo Energy PLC.... Found this from 1st January in the Independent... As ever, it was the Alternative Investment Market - home of Britain's start-ups and fledgling companies - which produced the most dramatic gains and losses over 2006. The best-performing stock for the year was the cash shell Netcentric, whose shares rose an astronomical 884 per cent. The stock's fortunes turned in March, when the City entrepreneur Howard Crosby took a 29.9 per cent stake and a seat on the board of the company, announcing his intention to make an acquisition as soon as possible. The year ended with the company being reversed into by another of Mr Crosby's investment vehicles, The Oil Mining Company, which plans to buy and develop oil wells in the US. http://news.independent.co.uk/business/analysis_and_features/article2116936.ece
albertusstrasse48
07/1/2007
14:00
Thanks for your hard work PP. Much appreciated. JC
jonc
07/1/2007
01:18
first, look back at 2006... see below - PUPLAVA'S SUMMARY of 2007 Forecasts ------------------ + a slowdown, but no recession, + lower inflation, thanks to tame commodity prices + lower rates, with a fed rate-cut, probably in Q1 + higher stock markets + very few clouds on the horizon Specifically, growth forecasts for the US averaged about 2.6% p.a. versus 10-11% for China, and 7-8% for India. Inflation was expected to come down to 2.5%, with the highest forecast at 3.5%. Interest rates, were seen only slightly lower, with an average of 4.9% Operating profits, were expected to be up 6.0%- a healthy rate. But that would represent a significant slowdown, after 18 straight quarters of double-digit growth. Stock forecasters were nearly universally bullish. Most saw the Dow closing the year at 13,000- 13,500, but some were more bullish than that. Bernie Schaeffer sees a close of 14,400 and Elaine Garazerilli sees 14,200. Puplava's own forecasts were less bullish. He sees problems arising from the real estate slowdown. He feels that the real estate decline will accelerate, which will serve to sink those who borrowed too heavily, and are facing mortgage resets. Consequently, he sees pain, and lower stock prices in the first 3-6 months. Eventually, after stocks fall, and maybe commodities with them, and the real estate downturn becomes fully evident, he feels there will be a rapid decline in economic growth. And then, the Fed will feel justified in cutting rates. Fed rates cuts will set up a resumption of inflation in the second half. And this, could set the US on the path towards hyperinflation, and a weaker dollar. Stock themes that Puplava likes for 2007 are: + Large Cap growth stocks + Technolgy + Health care + Energy + consumer staples He continues to like gold and silver stocks. = = = = = LINKS: 2006 thread... : http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/related.php3?epic=2006 GEI forecasts. : http://www.greenenergyinvestors.com/index.php?showtopic=1362
energyi
07/1/2007
01:08
Late entries VIY, IBG added to the bottom chart.......
papalpower
06/1/2007
19:08
tepnel life sciences is good contender for 10 bagger
currypata kai
06/1/2007
19:05
RENE will be the Big one this year. Its already a 10 bagger for some, but still has the potential to be another 10 bagger in 2007.
boilerboy
06/1/2007
18:26
pec2004,PVR has started the way it will finish!!!
hermana
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