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ATW – Unreported Insider Trades – Bowering

Posted in Uncategorized by atwgold on February 11, 2010


Just when you think it can’t possibly get any worse as the world waits for this Company to unveil the delayed “Phase One” of the “Value Enhancement Strategy” and the share price approaches 52 week lows.

8 months delay in reporting insider trades is absolutely, positively, UNBELIEVABLE.

Feb 09/10 Jun 23/09 Bowering, Andrew William – Disposition -40,000 $0.750
Feb 09/10 Jul 20/09 Bowering, Andrew William – Disposition -5,000 $0.600
Feb 09/10 Jul 15/09 Bowering, Andrew William – Disposition by gift -100,000
Feb 09/10 Aug 11/09 Bowering, Andrew William – Disposition by gift -50,000
Feb 09/10 Aug 19/09 Bowering, Andrew William – Disposition by gift -100,000
Feb 09/10 Aug 27/09 Bowering, Andrew William – Disposition -100,000 $0.540
Feb 09/10 Nov 12/09 Bowering, Andrew William – Disposition by gift -200,000
Jan 08/10 Jan 05/10 Bowering, Andrew William – Disposition -20,000 $0.200

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  1. thamnosma said, on February 11, 2010 at 3:00 am

    That idiot Al Korelin used to have this guy on his radio show regularly. When the shit hit the fan publicly, this criminal said he would appear on Al’s show the next day. Guess what? He never showed. Then Al did a little monologue about how he knew these guys and they were as honest as the day was long. I don’t think Al was in on this, he’s just not very bright.

    There has not been, as far as I can find, a single appearance of an ATW rep on the web since. If you’re honest and have a setback, you remain in public view and try to overcome the problem. These guys disappeared en masse and their paid tout internet supporters never said a thing.

    Who, I wonder, remain the largest bagholders of ATW paper. Is it Ernesto, Red Kite, any others? I think Bowering must have unloaded most of his.

  2. thamnosma said, on February 11, 2010 at 3:15 am

    Another point — Ernesto bought 300,000 in September. When did Norman sell his 500,000, wasn’t that in August or thereabouts. It was only a very short time prior to the announcement Burnakura was a dud, though Norman didn’t report his sale until a month or two after that announcement.

    Apparently Bowering was shoveling his shares out at the same time Norman was. In fact, Norman looks positively clean now considering he only hid his sale for a couple months.

    We can only imagine what Butler and Graham were up to at this time. Geez, think they were unloading a lot more than reported (and even those reported sales had shareholders pissed off).

    What we may be looking at is that ATW management exited a significant amount of their holdings, in fact, maybe sold off most of their shares, as the KNB deal collapsed and they learned Burnakura was done. Then, they agreed to hide their selling from the public unitl when…er, now.

    If you don’t get criminally charged for these actions, you can’t be charged for doing anything on the venture. How is this different from reporting false drill results?


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