AIM Soiree Butler Polo Resources POL.L

Polo ResourcesPolo Resources Limited (AIM and TSX: POL) is a globally focused natural resources and mine development investment company. We select, acquire and manage substantial investments in companies and projects with strong value enhancement potential and attractive growth prospects, and utilise this ability to deliver value-adding returns.

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  • closetindexer by kwpn
    Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:40:00 GMT

    link try that link By kwpn
  • by kwpn
    Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:37:00 GMT

    Posted by NathanBryce on lse channel.Must applaud closetindexer for putting his virtual money where his mouth is.Much better than criticizing people having waited for the benefit of hindsight. By kwpn
  • Re: You also need to do your research by spotyplonka1
    Wed, 01 Oct 2014 00:21:00 GMT

    And then 6p as Pol = Tang = Gcm = Witch, no matter what anyone reeds... By spotyplonka1
  • Re: You also need to do your research by spotyplonka1
    Wed, 01 Oct 2014 00:19:00 GMT

    I wonder if momentum will take us to the turkey target for Xmas.. 9p pls. By spotyplonka1
  • Re: company analysis by kwpn
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 17:10:00 GMT

    link try that link By kwpn
  • Re: company analysis by kwpn
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 17:02:00 GMT

    O G ,no strategy involved just an observation of what normally occurs.It's usually price movement followed by news rather than news followed by price movement.Your not seriously suggesting insider dealing does not occure. link By kwpn
  • Re: company analysis by Orchard Gate
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 14:52:00 GMT

    It must be comforting to believe that if you buy and it does well, this proves your investment thesis and shows what a clever guy you are and a smart investor too. And if it goes down, that's because the market is rigged and everyone else is trading with inside information.

    That way you never have to admit your own errors. By Orchard Gate
  • Re: company analysis by kwpn
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 08:09:00 GMT

    O G ,you're probably right on all counts.Take gcm for instance,I am quite sure that the people in the know, got the wink and the nod ,some time ago that the report would be delayed-hence the slide.When it's due the sp will inexplicably rise a couple of weeks before.If you're not in the inner circle this information is not available.The question is when it is released is it the trigger for the water table study which in turn is the trigger for the green light?Only the inner circle will know.(hold no shares in gcm)The only thing the pi has advantage of is time and no boss looking over your shoulder for instant results.You can only buy in at what you believe is a good price and wait. By kwpn
  • Re: GCM by alpal
    Mon, 29 Sep 2014 15:03:00 GMT

    Am I the only one who believes that the review by the 'Committee' has been delayed under instruction by Hasina et al. Maybe they want to produce 'new' evidence which is currently under fabrication? By alpal
  • GCM by Spight
    Mon, 29 Sep 2014 14:55:00 GMT

    GCM Resources, a London based resource exploration and development company has provided an update in relation to the timing of the OECD review previously announced on 20 June 2014.

    The Company has been advised that the review which is being conducted by the UK NCP Steering Board Committee will not be completed by 30 September 2014.

    No definitive timeframe to completion has been given.

    The Company will provide an update as soon as the review is finalised.

    At 1:46pm: (LON:GCM) GCM Resources PLC share price was +0.01p at 23.38p
    By Spight
  • Re: company analysis by Orchard Gate
    Mon, 29 Sep 2014 08:26:00 GMT

    kwpn, if what you say is true (I don't agree at all btw) then the message is clear: private investors should not punt in small cap stocks because - in your view - it's a rigged game. By Orchard Gate
  • Good Morning ALL by spotyplonka1
    Sat, 27 Sep 2014 09:49:00 GMT

    C o ck a dodddle dooooooo By spotyplonka1
  • Re: company analysis by kwpn
    Sat, 27 Sep 2014 09:35:00 GMT

    O G, do you not think you are being a little unkind to Gwynfryn?The problem P I have is obtaining the relevant information at the same time or before the professionals,with all their research facilities this is nearly impossible.As a general rule we only know about a company when a report is published or a tipster punts it,the graph is rising,they have a well documented resource and it appears it will continue rising.Unfortunately by this stage the professionals have already been in for 2 months and doubled their investment, the PI does his research and invests.Meanwhile the professionals pull out reaping their rewards,the sp starts to drift down as a result leaving the PI underwater from the outset.The company is still the same so what does the P I do now- take a loss,and repeatedly go through the same scenario, or stick with it.Some PIs pull the plug,the share price drifts lower,people panick and get out no matter what the cost(60% loss better than 100%).The professional returns,magically the sp rockets and more money is made.The moral I am trying to get across is,if the company was good enough to invest in initially and nothing changes stick with it or you will loose.What we need more than anything is someone like yourself,in the know with his ear to the ground,to give us some punts. We can see how they perform and when your track record speaks for itself everyone will follow your lead like a lap dog.Don't tell people they are stupid for loosing money,they are already well aware of that,I for one would sooner put money in on Monday and make a big profit by Friday.Help us out,Please. By kwpn
  • Re: company analysis by Orchard Gate
    Fri, 26 Sep 2014 16:40:00 GMT


    As you've obviously been long of and bullish about Polo for quite some time and a big fan of Naibu which you strongly recommended as a buy in May at 81p (now sadly only 23p) would it be cheeky of me to ask if you would be kind enough to let us know if and when you're bullish about any other shares. So we can go short. By Orchard Gate
  • Re: company analysis by Gwynfryn1
    Thu, 25 Sep 2014 09:50:00 GMT

    Very Interesting, thanks for that kwpn. Probably the best analysis I have seen so far on Polo. Having read this I feel a lot easier about holding this lot. G By Gwynfryn1
  • SP by TheRealPukMan
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 11:40:44 GMT

    So we are now at new historic lows.... Historic lows seem to be achieved on a weekly basis. I can't beleive that I have been so stupid to have the position I have with this dog. Way too much invested - What on earth was I thinking. Sorry if I sound bitter, but thats because I am !!
  • Laxey Partners by bakky
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 08:36:58 GMT

    or similar..where are you??
  • gunton by bakky
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 08:24:07 GMT

    yes..I think I had worked that out for myself thanks! lol
  • RE: 14th May 2013 by guntoncliff
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 08:18:44 GMT

    Factually accurate but you need to be able to translate potential into actuality; for that you need buyers. Don't hold your breath on this one
  • 14th May 2013 by bakky
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07:47:24 GMT

    so Mr Tang, not long left of your 18 months for substantial shareholder value!!?? Mr. Tang commented; "This is a turning point in Polo's development whereby the Mettiz investment group has obtained a strategic stake in Polo without dilution to Polo's shareholders. Polo has three important investments in coal, gold and oil and gas, all of which have potential to substantially enhance shareholder value in the next 18 months and as a result I consider that the current Net Asset Value understates the potential value of the Company's interests.
  • RE: Polo - A Pit of Money by NathanBryce
    Mon, 29 Sep 2014 11:21:04 GMT

    Update: The Closet Indexer shows his hand. Polo comprising 25% of his September portfolio.


  • Polo by TheRealPukMan
    Thu, 25 Sep 2014 11:58:15 GMT

    "The issue of comms is challenging for a business of this nature to overcome". 1. A regular RNS update - Even if there is nothing to report, report there is nothing to report and when you are next going to report. 2. Answer your shareholders emails / communications I can see that the two points above are a real challange but at the end of the day, point 2 would be common and professional courtesy and Polo do not have any of that whatsoever. Once an excellent company that has been turned into a disgusting company by one man - Tang. Yet there are still no calls for his removal Gobsmacked.
  • RE: Polo - A Pit of Money by leonasdad
    Thu, 25 Sep 2014 07:14:15 GMT

    you dumb down on purpose so that I can have a one up on you. that's almost romantic.


  • RE: Polo - A Pit of Money by okenia
    Wed, 24 Sep 2014 16:14:00 GMT

    Also Ironstone isn't a coal miner, as the bit "iron" in the company name might have given a clue to :)
  • RE: Polo - A Pit of Money by leonasdad
    Wed, 24 Sep 2014 16:11:08 GMT

    Bad article and it appears to support Tangs take on Pol nav. The issue of comms have improved as Tang is bringing plan B & A into play and this will take time again. Everyone knows the quick fix, but tang is adamant the pseudo Malaysian retired politicians lobbying efforts will realise value, or is that his ego timing Hasina out?
  • RE: Polo - A Pit of Money by guntoncliff
    Wed, 24 Sep 2014 14:07:41 GMT

    Good article and it appears to suppot ST's initial recommendation on the shares. The issue of comms is challenging for a business of this nature to overcome; so no quick fix perceived on this front
  • Polo - A Pit of Money by NathanBryce
    Wed, 24 Sep 2014 13:06:33 GMT

    'The Closet Indexer' gives his own in-depth analysis of Polo Resources, concluding: "if you fancy a relatively deep value play with tangible, proven assets and are willing to accept some weaker corporate governance and potentially a long wait, Polo Resources can provide terrific upside with a quantifiable downside risk" The full article can be seen at:


  • Polo Research & Valuation by grahamscotland
    Wed, 24 Sep 2014 13:06:29 GMT


  • Believe it or not by Masterbaker
    Wed, 24 Sep 2014 12:36:05 GMT

    if l had any spare funds l would top up at this price.
  • RE: RE: damp squid?? by Masterbaker
    Wed, 24 Sep 2014 12:31:37 GMT

    l'm having trouble picturing a xx yr old headbanger wearing a tie.