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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Polo Resources Limited LSE:POL London Ordinary Share VGG6844A1158 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.57 1.15 1.99 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -3.3 -1.1 - 6

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13/4/2020
07:05
Say Dyani is a another undisclosed front related to Tang. Management services, pre- development expenses, share awards, bonuses, interest. Tang is raking in millions every year. & it could go on until our capital is "used".
russman
13/4/2020
03:33
"Nobody knows who Dyani are." Not entirely true, somebody does...
glavey
13/4/2020
03:28
888, "Why would GCM issue an RNS to explain the rise?" Because if the Polo RNS comments reflected any material effect in GCM's business activities they would be obliged to, in timely fashion. That they haven't suggests the jump in the GCM share price which you have referenced several times is, in the main, froth. (Update) Notwithstanding, you wrote that you might expect one: "We should have news next week which may encourage a further rise but we will have to wait and see." (hTTps://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=26690002&from=40158) As has been pointed out, it is not "the only logical conclusion". It is apparent and Polo have already stated Dyani need to divest some of their holding* in order to receive more awards so why should selling a few "not send out a good signal"? Might they not need some funds for the day-to-day operation of their business? * (Although I do wonder if they would have otherwise chosen this moment.) Whilst you say you "don't know much about Dyani" you do seem to have considerable confidence in the 'holy trinity'. Have you not wondered why this obscure company is being awarded so much GCM stock and been able to come to a 'logical conclusion'?
glavey
12/4/2020
08:36
Nobody knows who Dyani are. agree with your comment. If the intention of polo is to buy gcm, they will buy it cheap as chips
solhuge
12/4/2020
07:28
Big If:- Tang "controls" Dyani. = Tang controls GCM Tang controls Polo. Tang's goal is to maintain control of GCM & Polo so he can keep siphoning our capital into his pockets.
russman
12/4/2020
07:26
A bid in the p20’s......Much cheaper than the 175p offer they made in 2005...a good deal for polo
solhuge
12/4/2020
01:08
Why would GCM issue an RNS to explain the rise? They haven’t done so and they have clearly not been advised that one is required by the regulators. It is clear to the market that Polo are taking a 29.9% stake, which in my view and I think the markets view is a sign of confidence. If they increase their stake any further they will have to make a bid for the whole company. I come back to the only logical conclusion which is Polo must be very confident that GCM is a good investment if they greatly increase their holding. GCM is only a good investment if Phulbari gets the green light which currently looks much more likely than it has for some time. I accept we don’t know much about Dyani but it doesn’t detract from the logical view about GCM. If Dyani sold shares in GCM in the market when investors are expecting GCM to do really well, it would not send out a good signal
888icb
11/4/2020
15:18
888, "...but my main point is that Tang, Polo and Dyani are clearly very focused on GCM..." As with the Holy Trinity, I notice you too group the three together. Dyani, a consultant with no apparent interest beyond Phulbari, rather than sell some of their awards in the market, asked Polo's assistance (not GCMs) and, relinquishing GCM shares at a discount in exchange for Polo shares at a premium, choose to be come a sizable investor in Polo Resources. I'd propose that it's not 'the market' (suggesting the whole market and all investors) that interprets Polo's RNS suggesting an early GCM success but the actions of few speculators, promotors and momentum traders, and market makers setting the spread, at times of general turmoil, clutching at whatever straws they come across. Where is the GCM RNS to explain the share price rise? Common sense should prevail, shortly.
glavey
11/4/2020
08:27
IF, IF, IF James is a clown he can go to work for a circus....hahahahah you’re a BIG CLOWN and not with a IF of course.....
solhuge
09/4/2020
13:47
Bargain or not....
solhuge
09/4/2020
13:42
BARGAIN DOWN HERE and GCM sign off never closer. BUY
philjeans
09/4/2020
13:30
Massive dilution for polo....
solhuge
09/4/2020
13:25
You are entitled to your opinion about GCM. Buy GCM directly & forget Tang and Polo's consistent discount.
russman
09/4/2020
08:31
But not, polo’s not moving....
solhuge
09/4/2020
08:13
GCM currently UP 20% and Hibiscus UP 6% so that should be positive for Polo.
888icb
09/4/2020
07:52
A bit more time than the 20 years you mean....hahahaha
solhuge
09/4/2020
07:46
You make a number of very valid comments but my main point is that Tang, Polo and Dyani are clearly very focused on GCM and GCM is only of interest to anyone if it’s going to get the green light. The 129% rise in GCM yesterday suggests that the market interprets the Polo RNS as showing great confidence in GCM succeeding in the near term. Time will tell and I hope that the instincts and confidence that the people closest to it is justified. GCM was up strongly on opening but is a little volatile as you would expect after yesterday’s rise. Interesting times.
888icb
09/4/2020
07:29
For him surely....
solhuge
09/4/2020
07:22
Has Tang ever sold any of Polo's investments at a profit? Should he have top sliced Hibiscus before? Looks like Tang is going all-in without our consent.
russman
09/4/2020
07:13
Good morning all
spights
09/4/2020
03:45
It's only undervalued if that value can be extracted. The 6th April RNS does not 'indicate' a green light. The only thing it indicates is that it is seeking to modify voting powers by a 'swap' arrangement under the pretext that it is potentially beneficial to the company. Had this occured before the AGM then it may have put things in a different light. But it didn't, and the AGM was adjoured by the Chairman when it was seen that there were insufficient votes for his reappointment. In that there seems to be one "other explanation for their actions". In considering the RNS, Bulletin Board Browsers, Twitterati and such like may choose to read in part, casually, selectively or carefully and to put whatever interpretation and slant suits their pallate or agenda. That does not, however, change what is written and the effect of 'the board's' plans. Those seeking any light would do well the note that 'the board' is only prepared to write that it "...is hopeful that the current Coronavirus Disease pandemic will encourage the Government of Bangladesh to enhance its energy source security by utilising local coal..." No mention of the project itself, or any move forward. No matter how you try to spin it, "the coming days and weeks" is likely to be 'months and years' as the world will be bogged down with the pandemic. Nothing is guaranteed. There may be no prize. Then there is the blaming of Phronimos as being the cause of the additional dilution now planned. In fact the cause is the fall in Polo's share price as a result of general concerns over governance coupled with a reduction in NAV resulting from the effects of the pandemic and the collapse in the price of Crude. One wonders, therefore, why don't they wait a bit rather than choosing the 31st March. Or is it that it's convenient to 'teach shareholders a lesson' for the Phronimos actions (coming the day after the latest Phronimos missive). Well, I suppose they can't go on postponing the AGM forever even though they are doing their best so to do. Likely the NOMAD has provided some 'guidance' in that respect. A company would normally seek to engage with activist stockholders or their representatives. Polo's actions have been ignore, reject, counterclaim and threaten. A journalistic adage: "Believe nothing until it has been officially denied" There is something being done to try to improve governance but 'the board' is acting to block it.
glavey
08/4/2020
23:05
The point of using today’s mark to market is simply to demonstrate how undervalued Polo is on its current market cap but also the potential of GCM to make a massive difference to Polo’s value. Obviously I am fully aware of GCM’s past volatility but also that volatility occurs at times when investors sense the green light may be close. Polo’s RNS yesterday indicates that Tang, Polo and Dyani are very confident that GCM is close to the green light as there seems no other explanation for their actions. People have read the RNS and can form their own view. Today’s share price rise suggests a number of investors are inclined to that view. The coming days and weeks will be interesting as the prize for success is many multiples of today’s share price for both GCM and Polo. I am not impressed with the corporate governance at Polo but in reality there is little that can be done about it and you have to factor that in to whether you want to invest. My view is that Tang is important to GCM succeeding and if it does succeed the rewards will be at such a level they will more than compensate for the dilution.
888icb
08/4/2020
20:20
The 7th April RNS, tit-for-tat parrying with a bouquet of spite about it. Phronimos seem to have struck a nerve and it's been taken personally.
glavey
08/4/2020
19:46
He is dreaming for 9 years, poor 888
solhuge
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