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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 - 0

Tiger Resource Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2011
11:43
Around £4M held in cash throughout the year !! would it not have occurred to them to carry some of it in Aus $ and Canadian $.?? Their report states the bleeding obvious that according to their ANALYSIS that these were the currencies to surge.
curt3
24/5/2011
11:12
same old, same old blah blah b lah!! Management exps up by how many percent ? I couldnt be bothered to work it out because it wont change anything !! On paper a good result ?? - but will the market take the slightest bit of notice?
curt3
24/5/2011
07:41
A small extract from today's Finals: "We have been careful to preserve shareholder value within Tiger and the NAV per share at the 4.27p level reflects this. We are conscious that the market also needs to value Tiger at the sum of its parts and we will work to bridge the current discount between share price and NAV and to position Tiger as capable of underpinning its Balance Sheet value with the potential to secure superior returns from well negotiated investment decisions. The level of cash held for future investment purposes has been overly conservative and the Board will seek to utilise the Company's cash more efficiently to benefit the Company's performance and to give value to shareholders in the period ahead."
skyship
22/5/2011
11:58
Yes, you may be correct!
topvest
16/5/2011
10:43
topvest - Ithink this is run as his no risk pension find !!!
curt3
13/5/2011
21:10
curt3 - lol, yes you are probably correct. Why it takes so long to get their results out is also very unimpressive. Don't get me wrong, BR has made some stellar investments, but for some reason he doesn't like putting them into this vehicle.
topvest
12/5/2011
18:32
If they cant find anything to do with OUR CASH PILE, and they obviously cant, then please please buy back their own shares and enhance the NAV. OK, I'm stating the BLEEDING OBVIOUS again.
curt3
04/5/2011
10:51
Can you imagine a Tiger board meeting ? How long would it last ? " Hi guys -anything to report ? NO. Anything we should buy ? NO. Anything we should sell ? NO. Arewe ok for funds to cover our management fees ? (everyone grins) no problems there mate ! Any other business ? NO. OK meeting closed."
curt3
30/4/2011
14:04
'Surely this is the logical and moral thing to do.' Exactly, that's why they will carry on running this outfit as they have in the past, with no change anytime soon. I think we should all go along to the AGM, get up close and personal and give them a day to remember.
traderabc
30/4/2011
10:49
Change of name required !! This is NO TIGER !! It has no roar, no bite, no hunger. Its actually a DOG - in fact a sleeping dog. The market knows that you "let sleeping dogs lay" - that is why noone is interested in our shares - except for the odd company buy-back. Please wind this dog up and return capital to us. Wewould get about 4p a share. Surely this is the logical and moral thing to do.
curt3
13/4/2011
19:15
"Details of shareholdings as at 31st March 2011 Ordinary Shares in Issue: 202,071,939 Shares held in Treasury: 4,500,000" http://www.tiger-rf.com/addinfo.cfm ================================================== I thought they were supposed to have cancelled 25 million of the treasury shares. Why are there still 202,071,939 shares in issue? ================================================== "Tiger Resource Finance Plc ("the Company" or "Tiger") announces that it has cancelled 25 million shares of 1p each ("Ordinary Shares") held in treasury on 1 March 2011. Following the above, the Company continues to hold 4.5 million Ordinary Shares in treasury ("Treasury Shares"). The number of Ordinary Shares in issue (excluding Treasury Shares) following the above, and the figure to be used as the denominator for calculations of interests in the Company's voting rights, remains unchanged at 172,571,939 Ordinary Shares." http://www.tiger-rf.com/ShowRelease.cfm?xfile=pr20110302.htm
fordtin
11/4/2011
11:54
as i write, the website dos not even have the latest Nav declaration on it!! Its pathetic !!
curt3
11/4/2011
11:17
I had a long chat to BR which proved to be almost word for word the same as one I had with him over ayear ago. Unfortuneatly he feels that the company is performing very well and seems to be in complete denial as to our concerns re the enormous share price discount to NAV. Ive given up trying to understand the companys strategy.
curt3
10/4/2011
17:30
Gentlemen, I would just mention that BR has yet to come back to me with a proposed date to make up for the 11th March cancellation. Simon Cawkwell
simon cawkwell
09/4/2011
11:37
Skyship - I didn't sign up either because I decided to sell and put the proceeds into a company which is actively trying to increase shareholder value. I had intended to buy back in, even at a higher price, if the NAV update proved to be worthy. However, I'm glad that I sold because one tiny investment in Dominion really wasn't worth waiting for. I've updated the spreadsheet in the header to keep an eye on the NAV, but it would have to make a considerable increase for me to be tempted before the next update. Good luck to all shareholders, I'll be very happy for you all if I miss the boat.
fordtin
09/4/2011
11:20
Wiiteklip - haven't signed up as not currently a holder. Will do so immediately if that changes... Obviously ALL holders should sign up and pledge their stock to the campaign.
skyship
09/4/2011
11:14
Another hyperactive quarter !!! one piddling investment in Dominion !! well done BOD - £4M cash pile remains intact - great result !! are we going to get a dividend ??? HA! HA!
curt3
08/4/2011
09:37
"1) Tiger has acquired 2.4 million shares in Dominion Petroleum Ltd ("Dominion"), an independent oil and gas exploration company operating in Africa with assets covering highly prospective acreage in Tanzania, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. 2) Duluth Metals Ltd ("Duluth") acquired all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Franconia Minerals Corporation ("Franconia") in a transaction valued at approximately 77 million Canadian Dollars. Tiger received 75,632 common shares in Duluth and a cash consideration of 220,906 Canadian Dollars for the shares it held in Franconia Minerals Corporation. " http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail.html?announcementId=10836020
fordtin
30/3/2011
10:56
Can you imagine a Tiger board meeting ??? Hi guys - anything to report ? Not really, just the usual shareholders whinging about the share price and lack of communication. Right, lets move on. Anything we should sell? No. Anything we should buy ? No. Are we ok for funds to cover our management fees ? Yep, no problem there !! (all laugh). Well, see you again next month. Meeting closed.
curt3
24/3/2011
11:30
Must have lost £400k on AST. What reason for the company to exist if you can't make money in a mining and oil boom? They also have large holdings in VGM and NPE and both of those performing poorly too.
adam
24/3/2011
11:19
it would be in everybodys interest to wind this sleeper up Of course curt3, but how would the management get their huge rewards for doing very little?
traderabc
24/3/2011
11:02
surely it would be in everybodys interest to wind this sleeper up and put us out of our misery. We would all get about 4.5p per share and could make our own investments therafter.
curt3
22/3/2011
19:52
curt3 - 22 Mar'11 - 14:46 - 1416 of 1416 Re: "Its pathetic really !! " Agreed. Management have proved to be poor communicators and appear to sail very close to the wind as far as AIM rules are concerned. From previous posts on numerous B.B.s and threads, there appears to have been several recorded rule violations - these could be key to holding the management to account and releasing shareholder's value. "Once admitted to AIM, companies must provide certain information to the market on a regular basis and specifically upon the occurrence of certain events. To ensure that the market is kept fully informed, AIM companies are obliged, in principle, to make similar ongoing disclosures to those required by companies on the Official List. There is an overriding obligation to ensure communication between the company and the market (including shareholders) and to ensure that the market is aware of the financial position of the company and its prospects." ~ http://www.wfw.com/Publications/Publication603/$File/AIM%20Guidance%20Notes.pdf Of course poor communication is just one area of concern... We have the benefit of being able to compare some of these director's performances in other companies and situations it is clear that they are not incompetent or incapable. So, are they perhaps negligent and failing in their duty as far as Tiger is concerned? If so, that needs to be proved and addressed. It seems that TIR's supposed 'managers' will only co-operate with shareholders when absolutely necessary. It is possible, and some say likely, that they will continue to delay confrontation and satisfactory remedy... If so, a legal route may be an effective solution but there are also other forms of less conventional direct action available to us. Organisation coupled with unorthodox action may be more effective than costly litigation - particularly if the media are persuaded to get involved. For now TIR's keepers have the benefit of a Close Period as an excuse - S.C. wants to give them the benefit of any doubt. Many might prefer to apply 'tar and feathers' or well aimed 'pitchforks', but Simon has a track record that deserves respect and he's our batsman. P.S. Another possibility for the recent delay is that the accounts will be particularly good - and resolutions to address all issues of concern will be made. i.e. a satisfactory solution is already in the making.
witteklip
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