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Hi folks,

AAL ..... another junior coal miner, due to list on 10072008 and
our astroanalysis shows us these positive cycles for July 2008:

10072008 ... probably good support on listing ... ???

15-16072008 ... positive spotlight on AAL ... :)

23-24072008 ... positive news expected here

31072008 ... minor and positive (intraday)

have a great day

paul

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michael_selway

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Hi folks,

AAL ..... trading halt comes in, right on time ... :)

have a great day

paul

:)

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hehe yep

"15-16072008 ... positive spotlight on AAL ... "

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APAC Coal Limited (AAL) is a coal exploration company focused on a project located in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
 

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Actual results were:
10/07 : No support whatsoever on listing and price dropped significantly.
15-16/07: No positive spotlight; just a trading halt / suspension that if anything indicates something negative.
23-24/07: No news at all.
31/07: It didn't trade at all, but if we look at the nearest trading day, it spiked down about 50%, hardly a positive intraday event.

Yet Trader Paul claims another success celebrating the uncanny accuracy of astroanalysis.
 

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On May 28th, 2018, APAC Coal Limited (AAL) changed its name and ASX code to Credit Intelligence Ltd (CI1).
 

Dona Ferentes

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CI1 turned up on the 52-week High scan (hat-tip Country Lad)
diversified debt-restructuring business operating in Hong Kong. Credit Intelligence provides bankruptcy administration services and Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) consultancy and implementation services. Credit Intelligence has worked with over 30 banks in Hong Kong, including HSBC, Standard Charted Bank, Bank of China and Citibank and has played a central role in shaping the IVA process in Hong Kong.

absolute minnow, MC $15mill. Somebody's private indulgence, I'd think; why is it on the ASX?
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Will stay well alone
 

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Growing demand for debt restructuring, lending and insolvency management services
FY20 Highlights:
• Growing revenue (FY20 up 125%) and profitability (FY20 up 384%)
• Consistently paying a dividend to shareholders over past two years
• COVID-19 related unemployment, recession will massively increase demand for services
• Expansion into Australian via Chapter Two acquisition, with plans for new products and services
• Hong Kong and Singapore operations profitable and growing strongly

Completed acquisition of ChapterTwo in June 2020
• A debt negotiation business in Australia.
• Provides informal debt negotiation to individuals in financial hardship due to unsecured debts (credit cards, personal loans and other credit).
• Offers reduced-debt settlements, long-term payment arrangements and mortgage refinancing.
• Strive to offer debt solutions to individuals without impacting their credit rating like Part IX debt agreements and Bankruptcies.
• Focuses on debt solutions that improve the individuals overall financial position and leads them on a path to financial freedom.
• Able to solve client's financial problems by negotiating with Australian banks and financial institutions.

And the most recent Announcement
Credit Intelligence positioned to be a leading BNPL debt management platform through leveraging its ChapterTwo technology capabilities

But I thought BNPL was debit, not credit. How could I be so naive? And it was probably mention of the association with BNRL that caused the recent run-up? That and AI based Financial Management and BNPL to SMEs
 

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Lots of volume and volatility on this one in the last four trading sessions.

The ASX sent them a price query on 17 February but the company said it had no explanation for the unusual trading in its securities, and wasn't aware of any information that had not been announced to the market.

The summary posted by @Dona Ferentes goes some way to explaining why the company may represent value at current prices. It is interesting that all the volume came out of nowhere on what was a very thinly traded stock previously.

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You did well getting out at 12.5c this morning. It only got as high as 13c and closed at 7.8c. It was all downhill after the spike just after the open.
Yeah i had five screens open on depth and volume and got out quickly, Wasn't so luckily on EGR ( wanted to hold long term ) though was weighted in to heavily and protected position , You win some and hopefully lose a little 😉
 

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