Well Said OasisFred!
My sentiments exactly. These guys are experts at only one thing: stringing along investors right to the point where they grasp defeat from the jaws of victory! Smug, contemptuous, self important , troughing, self serving r.b.S are all words which spring to mind but somehow fall short in terms of vitriolic accuracy.
DYOR of course. Or dont bother just dont put anything here aimho.......
I think you may have missed the last boat (for selling), Rogadar. The boyos have resigned, the Dead Cat has bounced and shares briefly jumped 25% plus. Now they've tumbled. I bit the bullet and sold regardless (what now seems a long time ago) and took quite a loss....but nothing like the sp fell thereafter ( cos I heeded our then much maligned contributor bertybillionaire's dire warnings). Nevertheless I'm not letting this shower of youknowhat "off the hook" and will keep up my condemnation via this board at every opportunity .
Edrychwch Folks. Mae'r cyfrannau wedi neidio dros 25% ar ôl yr hysbysiad Williams. Super bownsio Cat Dead felly yn gwerthu i fyny ac yn rhedeg tra byddwch yn gallu
(or something cwmraig fairly close, boyos, with a transatlantic accent!)
Yn ôl pob tebyg, penderfynodd Jim a Tony roi eu cyfrannau i'r elusen honno sy'n casglu cyfranddaliadau mewn anapasiadau A.I.M diwerth!
Ond cawsant eu taflu yn ôl yn eu hwynebau a dweud eu bod yn mynd i sarhau rhywun arall!
I expect their grasp of Welsh is equally as frail as the last silver mine and but probably better than running companies (apart from into the ground) so here's the translation:
Apparently Jim and Tony decided to give their shares to that charity that collects shares in worthless A.I.M disappointments!
But they were thrown back in their faces and told to go and insult someone else!
GLAH (apart from Jim n Tone)
Sorry guys just having some fun before this bb gets scratched or turns into Welsh Phoenix Enterprises For The Forgetful Investor plc.
I respectfully suggest you all do "due diligence" on the new members of the board and bear in mind that the previous two "boyos" are not only still around but have been paid off with quite a chunk of shares. My concern is that the new members have personal experience in setting up or kinda dealing in companies....some of which appear to have lost considerable value in a relatively short time. Whilst these guys have experience in the financial world ( and presumably fundraising) they have not stayed in previous directorships for any great length of time and they do not have professional qualifications in the mining industry. So where do they intend to take Arian...and of course what little investors' money may be still held in this dog, which now must be little more than a shell.
Good Luck, folks...but I ain't joining ya'all.
Try 34.5p!!! Thats after a number of averaging downs. This company is a disgrace and i dont believe the boyo's are solely to blame although perhaps mainly. Why we are compensating them for their ineptitude is also beyond me if the Sp gets even half way near to covering the cost of selling i for one will leap at the chance and perform a wee jig naked in the fountain at Trafalgar Sqr with my welsh flag nappy on my head!
dont see why they didnt just shuffle off last year? Or the year before that? Or the year before that? They proved themselves very efficient at debt ladening the asset and then handing it over once shareholders had paid for the whole process of proving up to production!
Ever tried to move a pig away from the trough when there are still apples in it?
Oh well good riddance to bad rubbish, enjoy another years wages at our expense boyos and all the very best for your next ventures! I will most certainly not be poking my barge pole any where near what ever pile of proverbial that may be!
End of an era? Thank the flipping crows!
Only 150% to go before these will cover their own transaction charge! These boyos couldn't find Lithium if they were prescribed it! all in my humble fumble crumble! Dyor, you dont need to scratch very far to realise that just about every other disaster on Aim is preferable to this rusty bucket of .......
A City source has revealed to me that the long serving and self serving fat cat boss of serial uber dog Arian Silver (AGQ), Mr Jim Williams is set leave the company within days. The forced departure of Williams, whose pay has been obscene in relation to the 99% shareholder wipeout which he has presided over, is a prelude to yet another fund raise.
I followed ARIAN when SP was about 32p, never bought it but at that time I liked it, until the sale of all good assets. I see DDD is still there, hope you didn't suffer too badly, I read many of your posts and liked them. Today at 0.20p it's a joke or just another example of AIM disaster. NO FUTURE HERE WHATSOEVER. I am amazed they are still lingering on.
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