gwizard - you could not be more wrong!

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>>>The transfer of AVR shares to EDV shares have nothing to do with management. Its your brokers fault.<<<

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Either your comment comes from ignorance, you are too lazy to read the past posts or you are a management shill?  Which is it?

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The fact is the reason some shares have not been transferred to AVR shareholders is that EDV did not provide the Depository Trust Company (DTC) with the proper registration information for the shares and DTC was unable to place shares with brokers.  Look, you can't just create shares out of thin air!  No transfer agent is going to accept shares from a company without proper proof of their registration, a prospectus, etc. 

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So there are rules and regulations to follow and EDV didn't follow those rules.  Now EDV is having to play catch-up and do the work that should have been done while waiting on the shareholder votes.  If you had done careful and detailed research into the specifics, and confirmed the facts from two sources, you would know this to be fact.

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But hey, everyone is entitled to post their "opinion," even strongly worded, on a BB.  But posting an opinion on a BB doesn't make it true.

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The shares have not been transferred and that is because MANAGEMENT didn't get its ducks in a row.  Shoot, I even called IR and was told the shares would be transferred the week of 12-November.  That didn't happen obviously, so one has to wonder:  Can one even trust what EDV says in direct communications?

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Now don't get me wrong, I like the projects and potential in the EDV portfolio.  That said, I have watched plenty of "good" projects get sc *wed up by bad management or managers who just flail around.  This is the first sigh that EDV management isn't the great team in the world - pay attention!  When you see these kinds of things happen, watch for more missteps. 

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The alternative of course is to blindly drink the company Kool-Aid, and sit around the BB with like minded people reassuring yourself of your great investment decision.  How about a rousing chorus of Kumbayah?!