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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tiger Resource Finance 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.375p 0.25p 0.50p 0.375p 0.375p 0.375p 0 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 - 0.71

Tiger Resource Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/10/2011
13:01
"The tenders of all shareholders who have validly tendered their minimum entitlement of Shares will be accepted in full and this amounts to 20,806,564 Shares. The excess of 33,207,826 Shares tendered in the process is being scaled back and 29,193,436 Shares are being purchased from shareholders who offered to tender more than the minimum entitlement. This equates to approximately 88 per cent. of the excess Shares tendered being satisfied. " http://www.tiger-rf.com/ShowRelease.cfm?xfile=pr20111004.htm Therefore, if I have calculated this correctly, there are currently 4,014,390 shares which were offered for sale and which remain unsold.
witteklip
14/10/2011
10:50
Stock has eventually found it's way back to CREST accounts, over a week late! I did sell part of my residual holding at 3p, and now I know the balance of my holding have sold the rest of it this morning. To have been able to sell 91% of my holding in the tender was a huge bonus, and I can be content with my profit. Time now to strike it off the monitor.
tiltonboy
04/10/2011
09:08
Sold a good part of my (modest)residual holding, since yesterday, and feel vindicated in tendering and not selling in the market, though with markets falling, I did fear having a larger position. A huge thanks to Simon and Was for getting me out of this one.
tiltonboy
04/10/2011
06:20
Far better result than I would have hoped for: http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=49400789
tiltonboy
29/9/2011
13:42
im a big boy can take it on the chin - no loss until sold - average unknown to you - but maybe traded it and made £50m over the years - it can be whatever you want it to be on the free bb...LOL
maxbubble
29/9/2011
13:16
maxbubble - 29 Sep'11 - 11:12 - 250 Re: "..one can watch a share price without commenting on a free bb can one not?" Why not take your own advice. I see that you appear to have been pumping HIF since May 2008 - since then its share value dropped from around 6p to 1.48p - a loss of over 75%
witteklip
29/9/2011
13:14
maxbubble are you B.R.?
witteklip
29/9/2011
10:12
LOL - typical city story boys all sounds good - one can watch a share price without commenting on a free bb can one not? why waste energy on so called losers - always suspicious when so many unpaid avatars losers following a stock.
maxbubble
29/9/2011
10:03
and I have posted under 'Crazy Russian' for many years also as I told/announced last week I lost passwords and had to re register hence new name but it was advised to all (well all who could be interested obviously I couldnt put it on ALL BBs and threads) there is no way I am hiding under new guises sell and move on?? I never sell and fail to follow fortunes of a sold stock I cant resist keeping a watch on things some i get right some i get wrong but I dont post personal and I dont take the huff when others dont agree with me
mutantpoodle
29/9/2011
09:20
maxb, witteklip has posted on advfn under the same avatar for several years, his message has always been consistent. Hope that helps.
traderabc
29/9/2011
08:18
too many posting here under different avitars - very nasty. Never seem to just be able to sell and move on - they have to hang around like a bad smell...LOL i wonder why?
maxbubble
29/9/2011
08:14
thats an intreresting post maxbubble how about turning it around 100% applying it to your post and your opinion keen to keep people 'in' TIR this of course would enable anyone applying to 'get out' to get more than the 40% or so that would be available if all applied IOW we can't take any notice of anyone posting on BBs unless of course we share their opinion and have been following their opinions for some time personally I havent read anything from anyone on TIR boards here that have praised BR or the TIR performance over the past few years your opinions are new! and yes having held 1m+ since IPO I have finally given up and sold they had their chance and they failed to deliver my selling will help others get a larger share but my cash is (will be this week|) in the bank and no longer a variable/hope!
mutantpoodle
29/9/2011
07:10
wtteklip - just sell and move on son - you are like a parrot - why waste so much of your time if there are better investments out there - no one has a clue who you are and your agenda - you are probably acting for the city boys like Simon - there are thousands of companies out there where shareholders have lost everthing - should you not be picking one of those? It only comes down to one thing imv you are here with an agenda to get some weak shareholders to part with their shares at a low price.
maxbubble
28/9/2011
12:20
Maxbubble - I am guessing that most of us invested in this company because we share your sentiment on the commodities sector. I watched in disbelief as the management of this company mismanaged our investment for years despite the fabulous opportunities in this sector. Only inflation served to hide their appalling performance and I watched them crow in the recent AGM as if they deserved credit. The biggest thing wrong with this company is its management. I am selling at discount to NAV for that reason alone. No doubt B.R. will attempt to prove us wrong. But I'd prefer not to remain locked in indefinitely at the whim of others ... Poor liquidity, wide spreads, massive discount to N.A.V., and pathetic, disinterested directors who may or may not decide to be bothered. TIR's management have had better fish to fry. Perhaps they will now spare a more serious glance at Tiger – especially after Waz & Simon bloodied their noses. Perhaps this company is even worth a punt on the possibility of B.R.'s ego blowing a final raspberry at decamping shareholders ... but I wouldn't count on it. On paper I have a supposed 'profit' - in reality I have only some of the value of my investment back because it's original value has been savaged by that bankster/government scam/stealth-tax called inflation - It's an illusionary 'gain'. i.m.o. B.R. and cohorts do not deserve your investment or your trust.
witteklip
28/9/2011
09:32
qq Mining sector has another 5 years in it yet and the blowout boom years will come soon. uq I would agree with that part of yr post, though question how long 'soon' may turn out to be. however I would ask you in what way that is any change from the situation existing over the past 5 years? and we have sat around going nowhere fast during that time whilst our directors have enjoyed good salaries and travel perks etc etc at our expense, (as is their right its their company but we dont have to like it!) I just dont see any reason to see the future as anything other than 'more of the same'
mutantpoodle
27/9/2011
21:27
mad to sell out now - good grief this wee company is only getting going - otherwise brucie would be dumping and selling. Mining sector has another 5 years in it yet and the blowout boom years will come soon.
maxbubble
27/9/2011
15:25
Agreed. It must be hoped that he has got a few mates in here who support him, and will also not tender. We may be need another one of these: http://shakatak.com/ OK, perhaps not, but Was and Simon might go back and have another go.
tiltonboy
27/9/2011
15:02
ok i stand 'modified' point remains that he will be able to do what he wants (as he appears to be doing now) with (almost) no chance of any objection
mutantpoodle
27/9/2011
14:17
poodle, Not quite right with your calculations. Brucie is not tendering his shares, so you will be able to get out of north of 40% as a minimum.
tiltonboy
27/9/2011
14:02
@Wshak qq Brucie can do what he likes if we all get out at 3.75p. He will own most of the remaining shares, alongside people who want him on board. There will only be an issue for me if I don't get out in full uq well its not possible for 'all' to get out at 3.75p the offer is for 30(ish)% of shareholders holdings you can apply to get rid of more but unless many do not apply the max you will get is the 30% of yr holding thereafter..you are right he will own 45%+ and he will be able to do what he wants you will have the remainder of yr holding...maybe up to 70% and be even more powerless than 'we' are at the moment
mutantpoodle
19/9/2011
09:02
johnhpayne, Shak, may I add my appreciation of the efforts you made to wake this Tiger up. However I still don't quite 'get' the eventual solution. I had understood that the cash was to be distributed ( as indicated in the Tiger press release in July) and that we would keep our shares. I'm not sure how much the distribution would have amounted to - maybe not much, but this way we get to sell out for 3.75 and Brucie gets his hands on even more of the assets. Brucie can do what he likes if we all get out at 3.75p. He will own most of the remaining shares, alongside people who want him on board. There will only be an issue for me if I don't get out in full. Whatever, I am glad to get out after waiting since the launce via Minmet for 'shareholder value' to be enhanced. Thanks again. btw, I met you at a Minmet meeting in London a few years ago -when Peter Maddocks was 'in the dock'; can you tell me if there is a website discussing the situation there? MinMet is all but dead but the situation was reported to the Irish Guarda, SFO, ODCE, AIM, FSA - I don't think any more can be done since there isn't anyone worth suing since the patsy directors are all potless. I do keep a website open to name and shame everyone but discussion, if anyone wants to engage, is available on the links provided at TMF and advfn. Further detail and discussion can be found here at The Motley Fool: Some posts have now been removed by TMF due to a legal notice by GSC Solicitors. TMF's standard policy is to remove posts on which they have received a legal notice, irrespective of merit. http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=10921059 Also, on ADVFN: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=16452771 WShak
wshak
16/9/2011
13:59
WShak Re: "I heard only two guys turned up, apparently angry that money was being returned!" Weird on both counts! ;-) Pleased to hear you have had a good experience with your broker. For me - TD Waterhouse are dragging their heels. They've mentioned sorting themselves out by "the end of next week" and that their deadline is "the 27th" - which could leave a relatively small and potentially inconvenient window. Plus, they refused to accept my written instruction sent by registered post - apparently I have to do it through their tardy on-line system. I am not impressed. Where do I find a more snappy broker?
witteklip
16/9/2011
13:51
Shak, may I add my appreciation of the efforts you made to wake this Tiger up. However I still don't quite 'get' the eventual solution. I had understood that the cash was to be distributed ( as indicated in the Tiger press release in July) and that we would keep our shares. I'm not sure how much the distribution would have amounted to - maybe not much, but this way we get to sell out for 3.75 and Brucie gets his hands on even more of the assets. Whatever, I am glad to get out after waiting since the launce via Minmet for 'shareholder value' to be enhanced. Thanks again. btw, I met you at a Minmet meeting in London a few years ago -when Peter Maddocks was 'in the dock'; can you tell me if there is a website discussing the situation there?
johnhpayne
16/9/2011
13:15
witteklip, I heard only two guys turned up, apparently angry that money was being returned! No problem getting my brokers to tender my shares. WShak
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