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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Stellar Res. STG London Ordinary Share GB0002673332 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 0.145 01:00:00
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funkmasterp12: It's not good news - basically getting any gold out of the ground could be highly unlikely and subject to a number of external factors.That, and HH-1 progressing slowly, isn't exactly going to draw investors in here. I wonder how it's still going to be honest.
pjm1162: Was a tad weird to raise another 100k day after, can only be investors wanted more at 0.25, shows the demand was good, why not take it if it's there, I would, I am confident you will see more wield basin acquisition sooner than later, all looking very good here for a long sustained rise in the share price ...keep the faith, you may have lost confidence in bod but someone was prepared to buy 330 million shares at 0.25, this is a Stonking buy now....
liquid millionaire: Lenigas CUBA IPO Teathers Financial, which recently launched a crowd funding app that enables qualified investors to take part in placings and IPOs in AIM companies at the same price and same terms as institutions, firmed 0.12p to 4.12p. It follows the launch of its first IPO through the app which gives private investors the chance to invest in David Lenigas’s new venture, Leni Gas Cuba Ltd. Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
12bn12bn: hardly promising gray taffy ‏@graytaffy 21h21 hours ago @DavidLenigas David,your`mate`DStrang is getting grief on bb for not communicating. PLEASE give him a nudge! Asked you this before.......... david lenigas ‏@DavidLenigas 20h20 hours ago @graytaffy Don is his own man. He knows exactly what he is doing I'm sure. gray taffy ‏@graytaffy 16h16 hours ago @DavidLenigas Thanks for reply...not the one I wanted though.His lack of communication is appalling..TELL HIM!! Thank you. david lenigas ‏@DavidLenigas 16h16 hours ago @graytaffy Exactly what do you want him to tell you? Let me know and I can ask him. gray taffy ‏@graytaffy 12h12 hours ago @DavidLenigas .No reply to letters or `E`mails.PLEASE get him to correspond with investors. DOR and STG people are really pi,,ed off. T Y . david lenigas ‏@DavidLenigas 11h11 hours ago @graytaffy I know Don does answer some emails and letters. Depends what people ask him and if he is allowed to comment.
hmv001: It was a matter of fact that david Lenigas was at the AGM. It is also a matter of fact that a longer and production licence has been applied for and that's the reason for delay. The licence is imminent and comments quoted are more likely to be true rather than not. Why cant all the doubters /derampers simply put it to DL on twitter. I am positive that an RNS is on the way confirming all of this as there has been a lot of chunky buying absorbing equally lumpy sells. Sells could have been from disgruntled investors who were fed up but buys of that size must be by people in the know. Nobody buys lumpy chunks over the holidays without serious faith!!!All should be reveled very soon. Watch this space!!!
ttreadwell55: Hi every 1.If anyone is going to the AGM could they mention that I have tried to contact the company 4 yes 4 times without a reply! I think it is absolutely disgusting the way they are treating their investors. TYVM.
temmujin: another lenigas company OCT proposes acquisition of Global Investment Strategy Octagonal has entered into conditional agreements to acquire the issued share capital of Global Investment Strategy UK Limited that it does not currently own. It presently holds 9.97%. The Acquisition, which is in line with the Company's investing policy will, however, result in a fundamental change in the business of the Company and will constitute a reverse takeover under the AIM Rules. As a consequence, the Directors are seeking Shareholder approval for the Acquisition at the General Meeting, notice of which is set out at the end of this announcement. The Company's Admission document has been posted to Shareholders overnight. Should the Acquisition complete, the Enlarged Group will become a financial services company, which provides settlement and safe custody services to smaller institutional funds, family wealth offices and high net worth investors along with other ancillary services.
temmujin: There's gold in them thar Welsh valleys Stellar Resources has made a new discovery at the Clogau St David mine from which the metal for Kate Middleton's wedding ring was extracted 19 93 0 15 127 Email The Clogau St David mine has produced the gold used in Royal wedding rings since 1923 Photo: AP By John Ficenec1:33PM GMT 20 Nov 2014 36 Comments Stellar Resources has made a new discovery at the Welsh mine that produced the gold for Kate Middleton's wedding ring. The Aim-listed company reported "encouraging" gold content in rocks at the Tyn n Cornel section of the Clogau St David mine. The mining company has been analysing samples from abandoned sections of the mine in an attempt to find untapped reserves of the yellow metal. The Clogau St David mine has produced the gold used to make Royal wedding rings since 1923 - most recently for Kate Middleton's marriage to Prince William. Stellar Resources owns a 49pc stake in Gold Mines of Wales Limited, which operates the mine on a lease from the Queen's through the Crown Estates. Donald Strang, the company's chairman, said: "These are encouraging gold grades from the Clogau mine and this work clearly demonstrates the potential of the area." The announcement on Thursday sent shares in Stellar Resources soaring by 76pc in early trading, before settling at 0.675p, up 29pc on the previous day's closing price. Related Articles Why the price of gold may jump 20 pc 28 Nov 2014 Nervous rich rush to buy 'Italian Job' gold bars 18 Sep 2014 Anxious Scottish investors buying gold 15 Sep 2014 The simple reason the gold price rises in September 11 Sep 2014 The seven drivers of the gold price 05 Aug 2014 Forget gold – invest in water 08 Sep 2014 Out of a total of 55 samples taken from the mine they returned average gold grades of 67.3 grams per tonne with six results returning greater than 300 grams per tonne of gold. David Lenigas, strategic mining consultant to the board of directors, said the average grade from gold mines globally was 1.8 grams per tonne. "There is absolutely potential in Wales but it is going to have to be worked on," said Mr Lenigas who retired from the role of chairman at Stellar Resources last month. Further studies on the potential at the Clogau St David mine and the costs of opening older areas of the mine are expected by the end of the month The Aim-listed company is also involved in the UK's oil and gas boom and announced the discovery of oil near Gatwick last month. The Horse Hill-1 well is located on the northern side of the Weald Basin near Gatwick Airport.
hiddendepths: "the uks biggest oil discovery in 30 years" lmao! If you believe that, you'll believe anything. Oh, that Lenigas, he is a one! FWIW I heard him telling investors some years ago that LGO's Spanish acreage had 1 million barrels a day potential. 1,000 barrels a day would have been over-optimistic at that point (last figure I saw was 153b/d - no zeroes). You've got to laugh - unless you lose money on the outrageous claims. Horse Hill MAY be commercial - but even that is far from clear as yet. The well result was, frankly, disappointing. btw I have no position and no axe to grind!
dosser2: This Australian miner-turned-serial entrepreneur is back as a furious subject of discussion on Britain’s investment bulletin boards, the latest excuse being that his Horse Hill Developments venture has just begun quietly drilling for oil in a picturesque patch of Surrey countryside, a few miles north of Gatwick airport. Esso drilled the site back in the 1960s, finding oil but in uncommercial quantities. Mr Lenigas and the collective of Lenigas-controlled AIM-listed companies he has lined up behind Horse Hill hope that modern exploration techniques will reverse that earlier assessment – not just for oil, but also conventional gas. Perhaps because Horse Hill has been drilled before – or possibly due to the stealth tactics employed in quietly assembling the drilling rig – protests at the prospect of a new crop of wells so close to southern England’s greenbelt have been surprisingly muted. Is a gusher in prospect here? Mr Lenigas is not the doubting type: “What’s the chances of there being no oil at Horse Hill? Zero!”, he says in an interview with the Financial Times at his Jermyn Street corporate HQ in London. Mr Lenigas is what used to be known in a less uptight market era as a stock promoter. He’s enthusiastic about the companies he is leading. Very enthusiastic indeed. He shares positive news whenever and wherever he can, regulations permitting, pouring out his optimism across social media, prompting a flood of speculative excitement across the hordes of “penny share” investors who back his ventures. And “companies,221; in the plural, really doesn’t do Mr Lenigas justice. A directors’ disclosure issued last year by Inspirit Energy, an innovative energy technology firm where Mr Lenigas is chairman, indicated he had sat on 173 company boards during the previous five years. The list has been severely pruned more recently – and in ways that surprised many of his followers. At the end of August he resigned as chairman of the eponymous Leni Gas & Oil. It’s not often that a director’s departure necessitates a change of company name, but this Trinidadian oil producer, which spent years as a “sub-penny dreadful” before taking off this spring, will henceforth be known simply as LGO. Why did he resign? Why does this serial stock promoter constantly jump from one (often crisis-ridden) corporate situation to the next? Mr Lenigas has a practised answer: “The real reason is that I like micromanaging everything, and when a company grows I lose control. Other people start making decisions. Then it’s time for me to move on. I’m the company dictator, with a view. There’s no decision by committee from my perspective. But as a company get’s bigger it gets more democratic and I have to let go.” Not all of his corporate exits have been smooth. Mr Lenigas took the helm at Tiny Rowland’s Lonrho conglomerate back in 2006 at a point when the business had dwindled to just one asset – the Cardoso hotel in Maputo. He rebuilt it as an Africa-focused agri-business, but in subsequently selling the company to Swiss investors last year, he fell out badly with the new owners in a row that extended to another Lenigas venture, African low-cost airline Fastjet. Right now, aside from Horse Hill, Mr Lenigas’ interests are focused on Inspirit, the energy company, and also Rare Earth Minerals, with a large interest in a potentially huge lithium deposit in Mexico. Lithium, is not a rare earth of course, but it’s the seemingly exponential growth of lithium-ion-fuelled motoring that excites Mr Lenigas as he pours out statistics about strip ratios and mining grades at what he hopes will prove to be biggest project of its type in the world. Proud of the fact that Rare Earth’s stock price has tripled this year, he skates over the fact that this is from 0.54p a share to 1.56p. But why the penny share obsession? Why does he constantly do snap share placings at tiny stock prices, with all the accompanying connotations of share bucket shops and stung investors? “Retail is crucial, retail is financing all these businesses,” he says, explaining that by using penny pricing he can pull in the speculating hordes, dreaming of winning big. “It’s why London works. And in London your word is still your bond. You can’t do this in Toronto, where it costs three times as much to raise money. You can’t rely on traditional fund managers, because none of them want to take on any risk. Retail is fast. It’s key.” So what dream should the Lenigas followers be focusing on right now? Horse Hill has a clear timetable. With drilling under way, the team should reach a total planned depth of 8,680ft in about four weeks time. “This is not fracking,” he says. “This is conventional drilling. We are the first people to drill into the Triassic here. We’d like to rewrite southern England’s potential as a source of large scale gas deposits.”
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