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Myanmar Investments International Limited LSE:MIL London Ordinary Share VGG636111004 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.755 0.71 0.80 0.755 0.755 0.76 0.00 08:00:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -3.1 -8.6 - 29

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/6/2011
11:56
rolled over bao...bought back in £1000 and even £500.
m1tu
09/6/2011
11:41
im gonna be positive about sea from know on. how is this for a prediction...it will be trading at between 40-50 around the 22nd-25th of this month.. you have been warned.
haroonm
09/6/2011
11:36
ive just come back from squash and feel refreshed...farook did not know what hit him. he felt the full force and not only did i win but i BATTERED him 5-0. the poor guy was speechless...i see bao is going up well im not going to look at the monitor today so please someone be kind enough to send me a txt for the CLOSING PRICE of bao/sea.. many thanks and as always good luck
haroonm
09/6/2011
11:06
it would be nice if there is some good news here as well as BAO nearly breaking 38p
munaf26
09/6/2011
10:33
probably cause some institution buying or some big boys, probably large order is being filled and they want it at that specific price. i think news is due very soon of an acqusation, they raised money last month for that reason, think the deal is done.
m1tu
09/6/2011
10:20
got some as well, Mitu why is the price not moving up on BMR lots of big buys going in at full asking price and still it sit at 6.7
munaf26
09/6/2011
09:48
couldnt resist but bought some bmr....huge volume, been in this compnay before when it was around 2p, good management and company.
m1tu
09/6/2011
09:20
yeah theres is lot of buys in bmr maybe something cooking.
m1tu
09/6/2011
09:10
BAO up 6% come on keep going up
munaf26
09/6/2011
09:07
what going on with BMR 15 million buys in the first hour ....... only 790,000 are sells. anyone been looking at BMR
munaf26
09/6/2011
08:54
might get a rns today from sea even if it is a holding.
haroonm
09/6/2011
08:41
well lets hope so..badly need something positive to happen...just need sea to buck this downward spiral even a very small rise today will make shorters think. but to be honest im not holding my breath. good luck all im off to kick some backside...chaudri here i come!.
haroonm
09/6/2011
08:28
Wasalaam, there lot of vic drivers into sea, so there will be lot of dr martins thrown at sea management, ppl talking sea in bao aswell. good to see bao moving up, bouncing of the support and this article above helped aswell, also news due very soon, next 2-3 days.
m1tu
09/6/2011
08:16
salam bros... a very good article munaf.. thanks for that as i missed it on the bao thread...was gonna sell bao today but might hold on for a little longer. surly sea has to bounce from hear managment were quick to give a rns when it rose to 70+ that they do not know why the rise hence the fallback straight away...WHERE THE BLOODY HELL ARE THEY WHEN ITS FALLEN 50%. it better rise to 40+ before the agm as im going and trust me they gonna get it...i thinking of doing what the reporter did to bush and throw my tfl dr martins at them.
haroonm
09/6/2011
00:41
very good post. sounds promising.
m1tu
08/6/2011
23:24
Copied from the main BAO BB you guy have prob seen it but its a nice read after having your boat rock at SEA. Could see RNS by friday if the guys email is true. Baobab Resources Has A Whole Lot Of Drill Rigs And Some Very Big Plans By Alastair Ford It's all systems go at Baobab Resources as the team on the ground in Mozambique get ready to crank up drill programmes on the Tete iron ore project, at Monte Muande, and at the Mundonguara copper-gold project, all of which lie in the centre of the country in one of the most prolific coal development regions in the world. It is, says Baobab managing director Ben James, going to be "a Dallas on the Zambezi River – a premier industrial hub in southern Africa". So, for those who know their bulks, there's the first tick in the box right there – infrastructure will not be short supply. And it's all systems go on the corporate side of things too, as managing director Ben James cranks up the air miles between London, where his core investor base is; Mozambique, where his company-making assets are; and Australia, where he has a growing following and where he also happens to live. He's not long since done the rounds of investors with company chairman Jeremy Dowler at his side, and the trajectory taken by Baobab's shares over the past year is testimony to the amount of respect Ben and the Baobab story are now able to command in the market. To be fair, there has been a correction in the past couple of months, as the shares have dropped down from an April peak of 54p to their current 34.75p. But given that the shares were at just 8p less than a year ago it wasn't altogether surprising that the re-rating that got underway at the end of last year ran ahead of itself and that markets finally paused for breath. The good news that caused that head of steam to build was many layered. First there was the signing of a good-looking joint venture with North River Resources over Monte Muande, to the south of Tete. Monte Muande looks prospective for several hundred million tonnes of iron ore as well as significant amounts of phosphate and other base metals. The market liked that news and licked its lips in anticipation of more. Then there was a successful Mines & Money conference in London, at which Baobab garnered a great deal of interest. And then, as 2011 got underway, came several encouraging updates from Tete itself. Come April the shares had sailed past 50p, up more than fivefold in a matter of months. And canny directors know that when a funding window opens it's as well to take advantage. So Baobab's last raise, for slightly less than £5 million was done at a handsome 40p, which sets it up nicely for a drive towards 300 million tonnes of JORC iron ore resources at Tete - a goal which should be achieved by the end of the year - and for stacks of progress on Monte Muande and on Mundonguara. The company certainly has the rigs to get there. Supported by around A$9 million in the bank, and a further £15 million equity draw-down facility 10 rigs will get to work across the Mozambican ground in short order. Six rigs are already working at Tete – five reverse circulation drills and one diamond drill. One's working Monte Muande, and three more are, says Ben, "on the water and on the way". One of those will be deployed ant Mundonguara, while the other two will be held as spares and deployed as and when the geology across the portfolio looks most enticing and worthy of follow-up. "We're already going hammer and tongs", says Ben. The crews are double shifting and the rigs are working 24 hours a day. All of which means there should be a prolific amount of information coming into the market on a variety of Baobab project as the year progresses. And all other things being equal, it wouldn't be altogether surprising if the upward movement in the share price resumed on the back of it all. For now, Tete remains the key. The project comprises several mineralised deposits in close proximity to each other, all just 50 kilometres away from a railway line. The medium-term plan would be to put a rail spur in, and ship ore out into the wider world. Long-term, though, there's talk of steering the Baobab operations directly into the newly emerging "Dallas on the Zambezi". There is, says Ben, a real opportunity to set up a steel manufacturing hub outside of South Africa. He has little doubt it will be done, and he'd like to see Baobab at the heart of such a development. After all, the company may be small, but it is well positioned. It has the IFC as a supportive shareholder, and it has the likes of Rio Tinto, Tata, Jindal, and Nippon as its neighbours. At some stage, the thinking is, Tete should end up as part of a steel company. The chances of the Baobab team, as exploration specialists, still being on board by then are probably remote, but if it gets to that stage then it seems likely that everyone will have cashed out at a handsome profit, and it should be no surprise if happy investors return to back the team when they come round for another bite. But as far as the short-term goes, there's the reams of drilling to look forward to and the pre-feasibility study. There's also the possibility that an alluvial component of Monte Muande may work as a direct shipping operation, which would mean early cash flow, probably by next year. Tests are underway, so watch this space.
munaf26
08/6/2011
07:11
salam..no it was not directed at you however the matter is closed now... no news!!
haroonm
08/6/2011
01:18
haroon i hope you are not thinking that im one of those who intentionlly or unintentionally spreading salt on your wounds or (any onece who get stuck in this situation). we all in same boat some time we get stuck and some time we get tiny or big happiness. i should say good luck to every one we all need it and we all i hope have very very good new very soon............... good nite all
azhardar
07/6/2011
23:17
sea should pick up from tommorow, its sitting on pivotal point 200 days moving average. bao sitting on support, and news due very soon, should move up a little tommorow.
m1tu
07/6/2011
23:10
bao news very soon, guess mm knows it too, thats why they playing all the game. with sea it will be long term now, best to buy and accumilate and wait for them to win the contracts and company start making money. buyer probably took advantage of sea's situation and offered them low as possible for serl, best to hold on and buy on the dip and average down.
m1tu
07/6/2011
22:20
yes i read it about 5 times and ill probably go to the agm aswell..personally after long thought im gonna stay for the long term. the first hurdle is getting this signed off (voting) money in the bank, and then and only then you will see the price creep up. add to that contracts for the marine plus the finincing of chartering ships for installation and it all gets very interesting. Munaf unfortunatly we will have to wait and be patient to see the 70p high. just one contract will be more than they got for serl. Its a setback as the current price is crazy, but these thing happen with aim stock as the bears are in control and spreading fear, im hoping today is the last of it but i would not be suprised if it went lower. to be honest ive lost a bit of confidence in myself and the way i do research as i was way of the mark with the price of the sale of serl 100m +....the only thing i can say is i went by the information the broker gave and the management and also the general mood of windpower around the world. that lack of confidence is putting doubts into my head hence the reason i will be attending the agm. im sorry if im waffling but i need to get my head straight hopefully bao will ease the pain........ WHATS YOUR TAKE?
haroonm
07/6/2011
22:02
Salaam Haroon have you had the chance to read the circular by sea http://www.seaenergy-plc.com/downloads/releases/2011/8800-01_Printready.pdf let me know what you think
munaf26
07/6/2011
21:55
someone got a reply from the bod at bao saying we should get a update/news/rns within 5 days..we will see!
haroonm
07/6/2011
13:07
Wasalaam, i had the same experince, people calling me up and telling me to sell bao when it was 13p at 20p....then critising for not selling at 55p saying i lost all that money? how did i lose? the way i see it, it was around 10p in december and now 36p so thats over 250%. best to ignore them ppl and do what we belive is right, cause end of the day its our own hard earned money and we are the one taking risk, its easy for them to advise when not invested.
m1tu
07/6/2011
12:20
Salam guys....thankyou for your thoughts on dreaming.....lol if anyone was under the illusion that trading/investing in shares was easy then the last day or two is defo. a wake up call....but although the stock price has gone down one thing i would like to point out i had never said i made money when it was 70p as to me you only do that when you sell and chrystalise the monies (and ive never counted the chickens before they have hatched). Since yesterday i have had a lot of people telling me there two pence worth AND telling me the obvious that i should of sold at 70p. but these were the same people that were telling me to sell at 20/30/40/50p/60p. It is infuriating when you get a call from someone spreading salt on your wounds.. but hey that the world we live in. NOW ive got that of my chest lets move on..AND BY THE WAY PLEASE DONT BE OFFENDED OR SHOULD I SAY REOFFEND... COMMON BAO GET A MOVE ON NEED TO CLOSE MY POSITIONS ILL EVEN BE HAPPY WITH BAO BEING 40P. WOW WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DAY OR TWO MAKES ON YOUR OUTLOOK.
haroonm
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