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EDE, EDEN INNOVATIONS LIMITED
neilo3
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Feb 10 2021, 02:29 PM

Eden's biggest share holder is TAS.
They have some land in SA near Olympic dam.
FMG are currently drilling on the Vulcan prospect....could be interesting

 
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Feb 10 2021, 02:00 PM

Glad I took the losses on this last year.
Always had faith in the technology, but they just never seemed to be able to scale it up to big sales.
Got sick of waiting.
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nipper
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On November 11th, 2016, Eden Energy Limited changed its name to Eden Innovations Limited (EDE).

from a parlous bouncing along the bottom for most of last year, EDE has lifted on lower losses.


On 13 January EDE announced that they have received approval to import EdenCrete into Australia.


They booked a $1,632,000 loss in the most recent quarter, although that was an improvement on the previous quarter's loss of $2,115,000. Gross revenue is up from $458,000 to $1,135,000 over the same period.



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Hahah dribble ...
The accounts they just release for years end are just that, dribble.
Minus 9 million and a black hole ... no break even point in sight.
Then again must be nice, they have a share subscription underway .... so they can fund more of those management fees to the needy ?

Not sure with this frog even of they increases sales 10 fold , which has not occurred despite ... DRIVEL about it ... one has no idea when they even break even, if ever.
I prefer to have an idea as to if they have a product that has a profit margin. Selling a product that costs $1,000 per unit to make for $100- is amusing.
Value of product and company is impossible to asses.

A black hole .... relevant ? Or dribble ? Accounts out last few days and well ... its being going on for years, fantasy after fantasy .... blah blah blah






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irrelevant dribble

 
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Eden USís CEO and its executive director travelling to Florida

Pity it was not the twits in Adelaide.Florida and Trumps home address is only seeing infection rates 200 times the current ones of Germany and Italy.
So so sad the Australian Solomon could not join Trump in Florida and press the flesh. Then Arizona with 250 times EU infection rates.
Of course it will go away Trump said yesterday.

Having looked at this company many times over the years, that its still around ... amazes me.

12 zillion shares or have they consolidated them ?




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how much will it be worth ?

From their release $48m over 8 years...
$2m in the first 18 months.

evidently HC is a bunfight



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At the request of the ASX, in order to correct the significant level of misinformation being circulated on social media, Eden advises that it conducted a due diligence review before it
entered into that agreement, and that review included the following:

1. In addition to both Eden USís CEO and its executive director travelling to Florida and spending a day meeting with Mr Dale Hobbie, CEO of SPI, Eden US spent many further days discussing the proposed agreement, and enquiring further about the various projects that were proposed to be undertaken; and

2. Eden US also made other enquiries including a number of enquiries of US companies that we were advised were involved in the proposed projects in one way or other.





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mullokintyre
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Strange announcement put out by EDE this morning.
Seems that there have been rumours on Social Media that there was something fishy about the US sales deal.
EDE said it did due diligence, talked to people blah blah blah. before signing this deal.
HC has had a brawl for a few days over EDE's sales Notice, but it is very hard to follow unless you are a member of the "in crowd".
Not sorry I sold those pre notice shares.
Still have a chunk , but becoming more aorried about the future of the ones I have left.
Suspect that EDE has some real financial difficulties, and someone is going to end up with its assets at a very cheap price.

Mick
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bg99
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Jul 17 2020, 02:26 PM

yes.... when the sp has fallen from 36c to 3c over the last 3 years.... its no wonder there is little interestthey will need to go to the bank or instos to raise funds or start making ongoing sales pronto,when you look at this new deal, the counterpartys website does not fill you with confidence either


 
 


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