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Interims due mid March so we should get an update on the investment in Australia. This I feel was a good investment that gives LED a good return with an option to take more equity. Also there is still a fair amount of cash in the Bank. I think the Interims will be positive and make the current price of 0.7p look very attractive. A good price to top up at IMO.
We are told the news relating to the investment in Australia will be before the end of the year. It cannot be an existing quoted company or they would have bought in. Could be a fund raising for a new company seeking a quote or a RTO. Whatever it is they have taken a long time over it, so it could move the SP higher.
Perhaps some good news is on its way. There is new management in place, £1.6m in the bank, a possible deal and now an AGM is called ahead of any figures. It may all come at once and the news could be game changing. Worth a top up IMO
I decided to buy in a modest 10m as I feel the new management and the advisors will make use of what is now a shell with its £1.6m. The slightest hint of a deal should send the sp higher as liquidity is not that good.
i choose the worst performing stock 18 months or so ago, and it was LDP - ..... it went up and I made some free carry shares. It is now down again, and has been for some time, so could be worth another punt. That said, I suspect it is pretty much that - a punt and lucky or long term. best of luck.
Just having a look at LDP and it appears that not only has there been a change in management but there is some net £1.6m in the bank and the m/c is about in line.
At this level, 0.07p I feel it is worth a buy. Anyone any views before I jump in?
The Company also remains focused on crystallizing any value from the investment in Manas Coal. At the recent annual general meeting of Manas, we voted to remove the previous director in charge of the company in favour of a candidate supported by the other main shareholders. We can now expect far better information flow and ongoing discussions with these shareholders lead the Board to believe that some progress is being made to take the project forward. Further updates will be provided as and when applicable.
In order to progress any investments / transactions, the Board has evaluated the best way to take this forward. In short, the Directors believe that the focus should be on assets that leverage the know-how and experience of the Board. To that end, the focus of the Company will shift to sourcing compelling opportunities in the mining space with a preference for gold and copper. The Company's revised investing policy is set out below.
The Board of Leed is pleased to announce that Russell Grant and Mystic Meg have been appointed as Nominated Adviser to the Company with immediate effect."
PLEASE can you send them over to - AFE i am desperate thanks drunkasaskunk
Bigmj on LSE is canvassing support for some kind of move against LDP board member(s) and, if people are willing to divulge, would like to know how many shares people hold. We appear to have around 170m as of now, I believe he's looking for a total of 10%, or 310m, so we've already got just over 50%.
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