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Tiger Resource Plc LSE:TIR London Ordinary Share GB0002308525 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.225 0.15 0.30 0.225 0.225 0.23 0.00 08:00:00
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Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 - 0

Tiger Resource Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/3/2011
19:00
Perhaps we can ask why SVE is being managed so actively and well, and further on the REM and LEG positions Mr Rowan is taking. It seems so odd that TIR should be shunted to one side. I look forward to hearing more in time.
underperformer
09/3/2011
17:51
Gentlemen, I advise that Bruce Rowan has cancelled his appointment with me set for 11th March pending preparation of TIR's accounts. This may take three weeks. However, I am to receive a copy of the register of shareholders and the meeting will be expanded to include Mr Nolan. I shall keep shareholders informed. Simon Cawkwell
simon cawkwell
01/3/2011
17:19
curt3 - 1 Mar'11 - 15:40 - 1411 of 1411 Re: "surely there would have been some benefit in taking short term positions in this very active market over the past 2 years." Curt - I believe that B.R. agrees with you because he does take positions - but for some inexplicable reason does not appear to be able to apply the benefit of his decision making to Tiger despite having a strangle hold on the company. On another TIR thread Simon Caldwell pointed out the position Rowan took on ZEST (now Rare Earth Minerals) 100m at 0.15p which when Simon posted were at 1.1p So Rowan appears to still have the ability to research and take decisions on investments for his own benefit but we long suffering shareholders at TIR are left in the cold. I have copied Simon's post from the other thread below. "Simon Cawkwell - 16 Jan'11 - 13:14 - 80 of 120 Gentlemen, I would add that Bruce Rowan personally bought 100m ZEST (now Rare Earth Minerals) at 0.15p about eight weeks ago. These have been circa 1.5p and are currently 1.1p. It is true that I think REM should really be 0.5p or lower (I traded them from 0.45p to 0.55p). But one must ask oneself why, if REM were to hand at 0.15p, TIR did not take a suitable tranche. This failure by TIR is not right or just. Simon Cawkwell"
witteklip
01/3/2011
15:40
Dear Bruce Rowan. PLEASE , what is the point of sitting on £4M of cash for the past 2 years with interest rates at zilch!! What is the point!! If we shareholders wanted our cash to be protected we would have invested in a building society. You told me you are an honest man. Can you now be honest and admit that your Boards performance has been abysmal, pathetic and negative. Are you at that age when you find it impossible to make a decision ?? If so , then please abdicate your position. There is no point in me writing to to you as I have had no responses from Bird or Samtani. Perhaps you are all waiting for THE BIG ONE !! You are good at waiting!! But surely there would have been some benefit in taking short term positions in this very active market over the past 2 years. PLEASE, could justify your inactivity ?? We shareholders are entitled to some explanation.
curt3
28/2/2011
16:16
To BR set Tigger free!
metallica
26/2/2011
14:40
topvest - 23 Feb'11 - 20:56 - 1407 Thanks for that. I am also told that shareholders can agree to transact shares between themselves via their brokers. e.g. agree a midmarket price between themselves and then request their brokers to undertake the transaction - thereby cutting out the market-maker.
witteklip
26/2/2011
14:36
To the Tiger Rebels, tigerinvestor@easy.com crashed on Wednesday/Thursday and may be irrecoverable. So, please communicate with the new e-mail account tag@easy.com ("tag"for Tiger Action Group) The crash occurred while I was sending a message to you all and which you may not have received. If you did receive the mail and replied then please resend your reply to tag@easy.com (And any other correspondence you may have sent to tigerinvestor@easy.com on or after Wednesday 23rd February). I have resent the gist of the original message to a list of contacts I had fortunately listing separately - But if you do not receive it then I am afraid that I have lost your email address in which case please re-contact me at tag@easy.com) All the best, (Tiger Investor) ~ tag@easy.com P.S. Any one fed up with the Tiger Resource finance has been run are welcome to join the Tiger Action Group - We're looking to recover the true value of our investment and force a change in the company's management for the better.
witteklip
23/2/2011
20:56
Try Fastrade personal crest membership - best of both worlds in that you get accounts and your voting rights, but electronic and Charles Stanley offer a fantastic low-cost service.
topvest
23/2/2011
10:19
I fully understand your despair, NTV. Having been in for 8-9 years I'm looking for an exit too but prepared to WAIT !! for next update and want to get nearer to nav. After all, its our money !! It should of course be wound up as the BOD has not been able to execute the company strategy.
curt3
23/2/2011
10:01
i decided to sell out y'day on the back of fall in nautical plus limited upside at least it gave the chance for those that want a change of management the chance to purchase this share is like egypt it needs a change of leader fill their own pockets and not shareholders as long as br doesn't act like col. gaddafi i hope you can bring change
ntv
14/2/2011
20:18
Update posted by email. Any lurkers out there with Tiger shares, please get in touch - We need your support. tigerinvestor@easy.com. Even one share is enough to have legally enforceable rights. Every director of Tiger is accountable.
witteklip
14/2/2011
07:53
Thanks Simon for your reply. Your proposal sounds good and you can count on my support in your campaign. My holding is in a nominee account though but I hope that is not a problem.
ceaserxzy
13/2/2011
17:27
ceaserxzy, I am toying with the idea of putting to shareholders the resolution that appointment of the proposed incoming directors (failing the agreement of the current board) will entail an immediate minimum distribution policy. This might be 2.4p in the first month or so or 0.6p per year (tax plays a part) - possibly for four years. At the end of the day, this is all about what shareholders want to do to remedy this ridiculous state of affairs. I hope the next month will make matters clearer. Simon Cawkwell
simon cawkwell
13/2/2011
15:53
Hi Simon, Can you post what proposals to the directors if you can gather enough shareholder supports? I have about 190K holdings. I would like to see: 1. The directors pay related to fund performance. The shareholders should not be the only one to suffe from poor performance. 2. The majority of the cash pile to be returned to the shareholder as it has been non-performaing for ages and is simply being siphoned away from to sharegolder to the directors. 3. I don't mind the company being wound-up and the equivalent of over 4 p pershare returned to the shareholder if those useless director are not confident that they can make a reasonable returns for the shareholders. WIll you consider to include this in your proposals? If so you can count on my support.
ceaserxzy
13/2/2011
11:41
crazy russian, I quite understand. It really all comes down to whether there are sufficient shares held by those who dissent from Bruce Rowan's stewardship to come together to effect change. Of course, if people cannot be bothered to protect their own interest where minimal effort to do so is required, there is no cure. At least I will have had a go. We'll see. Simon Cawkwell
simon cawkwell
13/2/2011
10:48
i meant only in respect of gaining support for shareholders action. i understand that wec all have our preferences as to which board(s) we follow
crazy russian
13/2/2011
00:29
crazy russian, I don't post on iii and TMF. Perhaps I should. However, at this stage, I am still assembling evidence as to holdings and attitudes. Simon Cawkwell
simon cawkwell
12/2/2011
17:16
have you posted on iii and also on motley fool? both widely followed may add to support levels
crazy russian
12/2/2011
12:08
Gentlemen, It is early days yet. However, very extensive interest has been expressed pursuant to my enquiries. I need hardly add that the more shareholders come on board (I hasten to add simply to protect their interests) the more likely that beneficial change can be effected. As matters stand, shareholders' money is simply being thrown away on nothing. Those seeking to assist/express support are reminded that my email address remains: cawkwell@btinternet.com. Simon Cawkwell
simon cawkwell
11/2/2011
15:06
Simon. Did you have meeting with BR ?? and anything to report ??
curt3
05/2/2011
16:21
Simon Cawkwell - 5 Feb'11 - 10:40 - 1390 I have the current forms required by the registrar and have emailed them to you.
witteklip
05/2/2011
10:42
Gentlemen, I have just spoken to Bruce Rowan and he and I shall meet at my home on Friday 11th March to discuss the conduct of TIR. Simon Cawkwell
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