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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum Athabasca Minerals Inc V.AMI

Alternate Symbol(s):  ABCAF

Athabasca Minerals Inc is an integrated group of companies focused on the aggregates and industrial minerals sectors, including resource development, aggregates midstream supply-logistics solutions. The firm's business activities include aggregate production, sales and royalties from corporate-owned pits, management services of third-party pits, acquisitions of sand and gravel operations, and new venture development. Its segments are AMI Aggregates, AMI RockChain, and AMI Silica. The company...

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EF out, lost again

bruloil (24) | August 29, 2022 09:17 am

Mgtf runs this micro business like a loser.

They believe they're running a large corp paying themself like almost banksters with tons of options & a good leave package.

Leaving almost nothing to their shareholders.

Shorts still low, almost to zero

RE:EF out, lost again

bruloil (24) | September 08, 2022 03:18 pm

Bad mgmt  brings collapsing enterprise value.
0.21$ and anonymous still selling shares by hundred thousands (more than 1M in the last 30 days).
Fracking is up like crazy so is construction and our sand company is looking toward teens again.
 
Oh, I forget a big insider trade in meanwhile august 30: 5k shares at .25$ for a enormous 1,250$ cda $, buyback 0
 Churchill, John David
5 - Senior Officer of Issuer
Direct Ownership

RE:EF out, lost again

HopefulJuan (26) | September 09, 2022 04:08 pm

Amen Brother. For 5 yrs I have been called a troll and disgruntled ex employee which I am not as they hire scientists and issue themselves cheap shares. JMacs primary business is the buying and selling of shares. All I ever said was stick to crushing gravel,


bruloil wrote: Mgtf runs this micro business like a loser.

They believe they're running a large corp paying themself like almost banksters with tons of options & a good leave package.

Leaving almost nothing to their shareholders.

Shorts still low, almost to zero


RE:RE:EF out, lost again

bruloil (24) | September 27, 2022 01:25 pm

 
HopefulJuan  You don't write often but your comments about ami are justified and  again JMAC  is in the news and this time it is to receive a loan repayment  600K$ (to lower  risk ???).
Showing confidence in ami???

RE:RE:RE:EF out, lost again

bigops (160) | September 27, 2022 05:26 pm

LOL - you two should become fishing buddies...you could entertain each other with stories of the ones that got away from now to eternity....

Not sure if you are aware that there is a new mgmt team in place -- agree with you, the last CEO and CFO were terrible and were not shareholder friendly. This team on the other hand is already demonstrating a different tone.

Did you skip the reference to "non dilutive financing"....

Did you skip the referent to AMI also receiving USD$600k -- ostensibly to redeploy to other opportunities.

Did you forget that JMAC has millions in this company and being repaid $600k is hardly removing risk. In fact -- it creates risk for JMAC since the debt holders are really at the top of the capital stack and can enforce in a punitive way...he is lessening his grip in terms of control and therefor his main position as an equity holder becomes more risky. If he was cashing out of his equity then you could say he would be reducing risk.

Anyways - nothing that I write will matter to you because you are simply pissed off...and that clouds your thinking. My only recommendation for you -- is to sell (if you own any stock) and move on....quite frankly, it baffles me that you have not sold long ago given your clearly negative position on each piece of positive news....

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ace1mccoy (524) | September 27, 2022 06:30 pm

Nice Summary Bigops. 

Looks like there's motivation attached to the IR contract agreement. All good as far as I'm concerned. Release the Hounds !

RE:RE:RE:EF out, lost again

bruloil (24) | November 24, 2022 09:45 am

another LOSS

RE:RE:RE:EF out, lost again

HopefulJuan (26) | January 03, 2023 07:35 am

From a BNN article related to Executive payouts

"Previous reports had recommended getting rid of the so-called stock option deduction, where people receiving stock options as compensation would only pay tax on 50 per cent of the value of the stock options. In July 2021, a new law came into effect capping that deduction at $200,000 worth of shares, though Macdonald said it could take a few years to see the impact of this change."