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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 01:00:00
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Mining 0.0 -3.3 -1.1 - 6

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29/9/2020
20:48
Long john you know. there was a previous post to the one you posted of mine Which explained my post
spights
29/9/2020
20:39
Cfb2 your statement that Tang has always planned to delist Polo is just a wild stab in the dark with the benefit of hindsight. I have on many occasions stated the view that his level of remuneration was excessive and should have reduced such that he was reliant on increasing the share price to secure a return on his investment. I do believe that Tangs primary reason for buying into Polo was for control of GCM and he never envisaged that it would take so long to get GCM over the line. GCM over the line would be a massive financial gain for Polo as the largest shareholder. Polos shares would have risen in value and everyone would have been happy. The delay hasn’t been his fault but it has caused financial issues. My point is that Phronimos’s plan was clearly very risky from it’s inception and I commented be careful what you wish for to the people supporting them. This delisting was a very foreseeable likely outcome of their actions and when they decided to poke the bear by trying to remove Tang that was reckless unless you could guarantee it would succeed. They failed and brought the house down while achieving absolutely nothing for the shareholders. In fact they made the situation 100% worse.
888icb
29/9/2020
20:29
Yes idiots How good is it to be so clever
spights
29/9/2020
20:22
Haha thats a funny quote.What idiots.
apfindley
29/9/2020
20:18
Yes of course spights - 15 Aug 2020 - 12:28:25 - 16797 of 17361 POLO RESOURCES - POL Polo could be the bargain of a lifetime Depending on Fridays activity
longjohnsilver1
29/9/2020
20:12
Badger no more Tang there are no words for him A lot feel like you.Including myself.
spights
29/9/2020
19:56
Of course tang has won much more in salaries and bonuses than his « inisital investment » plus the free shares attribution as a gamble Polo has been a nightmare for many years and it was easy to predict today’s situation RIP polo
longjohnsilver1
29/9/2020
19:54
You too Spights! No more yeehahhs for this dog..
badger010776
29/9/2020
19:29
888ICB: You just don't seem to be able to grasp that Tang's approach has always been to pay himself back his investment via a salary and then delist Polo. Phronimos has just sped this up. Their goal was to get Polo to liquidate their holdings and return it to investors thus achieving a return. If you really are invested in Polo then you deserve to lose your money. A fool and their money are easily parted. To everybody else invested in this company you have my sympathy.
cfb2
29/9/2020
19:21
Nobody believes a single word of the brown stuff you’ve said for 12 years. Still stucked into polo 888 ?? You can still try to run after him in offshore paradise delisted or not!!
longjohnsilver1
29/9/2020
18:53
888 is a clown for 12 years
longjohnsilver1
29/9/2020
18:52
"It is because of Phronimos and the shareholders that supported them that we find ourselves delisted." ... "If Phronimos had never happened I am sure Polo would still be listed." What utter nonsense! The NOMAD was independent. They advised the company. They told the company what was expected of it under the terms of the AIM listing. The company did not act to follow the NOMAD's advice. As is practice in such circumstances the NOMAD stood down.
glavey
29/9/2020
18:27
What is not general knowledge is whether the company was unable to appoint a NOMAD because there were none who were prepared to act, or if the company did not attempt to appoint a NOMAD.
glavey
29/9/2020
18:16
888 is a clown
longjohnsilver1
29/9/2020
17:55
ONE TO REMEMBER: 888ICB 3 Aug '20 - 22:29 - 16611 "It is clearly not in the interests of the company or its shareholders to be delisted and so as a Director Tang has a duty to take all reasonable steps to find another Nomad. It will not look good for his reputation if he can’t find another Nomad. It could cause problems at GCM which he won’t want."
glavey
29/9/2020
17:37
17331 That is the most pathetic, rancorous verbiage I have read in a long time! No one supported Phronimos. They acted for certain shareholders with minor holdings as they were asked to. Beyond that, no one provided any support. There was no way that they could.
glavey
29/9/2020
17:25
888 is a total clown for years
longjohnsilver1
29/9/2020
17:25
888: Now you are talking total drivel. Tang absolutely refused to engage with Phronimos so you cannot possibly know what plan they had to rescue us from the current situation. And the current situation was solely caused by tang as CEO. And, let's face it, no matter what Phronimos' plan was it cannot be as bad as tang's management.
alpal2
29/9/2020
17:18
Manual on how to screw shareholders 1) list a company on AIM 2) ask money to shareholders 3) cash salaries and bonuses for years and years 4) tell shareholders about delay 5) do not name a nomad 6) delist the company 7) do your own business or close the company
longjohnsilver1
29/9/2020
17:09
"Just running one listed company"?But I thought you said previously that polo and gcm were separate and the delisting at polo had no bearing on gcm itself? So you're saying you were completely wrong?But polo was really just an investment company as they have holdings in quite a few other companies. Gcm however is purely about phulbari.So I'm unsure why you think they would do an rto to relist into gcm. What would happen to all polos other investments?It makes no sense either for tang to force a delisting of polo, but then whilst in complete control of it, end up with an rto into gcm.More likely, he will call in the loan notes of 3.5million quid and force gcm to suspend whilst they either raise external capital, or are forced into admin, where polo as the only first line creditors will take the gcm assets in lieu of payment.Note at the point of loan note conversion, polo and dysni will then hold around 70% of gcm.Whatever route, gcm are screwed now, and polo will end up with significant voting power to do as they choose at a gcm egm.
apfindley
29/9/2020
16:44
Shareholders be ready for a class action
longjohnsilver1
29/9/2020
16:24
I second that Badger take care
spights
29/9/2020
13:27
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