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June 11, 2012, 06:54:17 PM
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Hi all, we have recently soft-launched http://www.havelockinvestments.com, with our first fund, the Havelock Investments Mining Fund. IPO on now.

IPO: 125 units
Units Remaining: 100 (as of writing this post)
Units issued after IPO finishes: 225
IPO Unit Price: 4.60BTC/unit
Dividend: 0.2BTC/month

No, we are not listing on GLBSE... we have other plans... so doing everything internally on the site for now.

Any questions let me know.

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June 14, 2012, 01:32:42 PM
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Not even a question? (or troll? Smiley )

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June 15, 2012, 06:26:45 PM
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Although the mining bonds are not in their best moments right now, a 4.34% interest rate per month seems a bit low, at least for me.

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August 01, 2012, 01:42:41 AM
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Is the IPO over? It isn't listed on the "Current And Upcoming IPO's" page.
Does that mean all 125 units have been bought up?

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August 01, 2012, 10:13:39 PM
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Is the IPO over? It isn't listed on the "Current And Upcoming IPO's" page.
Does that mean all 125 units have been bought up?

The original IPO has ended, but we launched a new (much smaller) one today. There are 40 of 50 units left from the current IPO, and it should be listed on the current/upcoming IPO page (checking... yup!)

We're expecting shipments of new equipment throughout the next few weeks, so we'll slowly be releasing new public offerings as soon as the equipment is ready immediately available to be purchased by the fund.

There's also other big news coming soon (in the next day or two!)... stay tuned!

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Although the mining bonds are not in their best moments right now, a 4.34% interest rate per month seems a bit low, at least for me.

This differs from a bond type offering...

we are not paying out 100% of the revenue (or even 90%).. we are aiming to pay out approximately 50% of the revenue, and use the other 50% towards reinvestment in the fund itself.  So by simply owning units of the fund, you take advantage of us managing the equipment AND using some of the revenue generated to buy MORE equipment, without having to dilute the fund by issuing more units.  By doing this we hope to counter the affects of rising difficulty, so we can keep our dividend consistently high.

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Thanks lightbox I will be checking it out. 

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How will you be advertising upcoming POs?

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How will you be advertising upcoming POs?

Go to the site and click on the HIM symbol anywhere you see it.
You will see a box with tabs for "Updates" and "Public Offerings" along with the other details for the fund.

If you are a member of the site you can also choose the Email Settings option to get email notices for a variety of things. 

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When might we see some other securities launched on the havelockinvestments.com site?

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September 11, 2012, 01:02:15 AM
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When might we see some other securities launched on the havelockinvestments.com site?

I've heard rumors that Virtex is going public!

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September 11, 2012, 01:21:13 AM
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4 percent per month is a bit lacking when Patrick offers the same with better terms.

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4 percent per month is a bit lacking when Patrick offers the same with better terms.

Patrick who?

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harnett @ starfish BCB. It is listed in longterm lending.

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harnett @ starfish BCB. It is listed in longterm lending.

Interesting. Good luck.

4 percent per month is a bit lacking when Patrick offers the same with better terms.

Actually, at current prices it's four times less, about 13% annual yield. On the other hand, it's three times more than what I can get from my bank. To me this the sweet spot of the risk/return ratio.  It is based in a real-world operation with a specific business plan, financial reports, and references from a well-established and reputable business partner (cavirtex).

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harnett @ starfish BCB. It is listed in longterm lending.

Interesting. Good luck.

4 percent per month is a bit lacking when Patrick offers the same with better terms.

Actually, at current prices it's four times less, about 13% annual yield. On the other hand, it's three times more than what I can get from my bank. To me this the sweet spot of the risk/return ratio.  It is based in a real-world operation with a specific business plan, financial reports, and references from a well-established and reputable business partner (cavirtex).


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harnett @ starfish BCB. It is listed in longterm lending.

Interesting. Good luck.

4 percent per month is a bit lacking when Patrick offers the same with better terms.

Actually, at current prices it's four times less, about 13% annual yield. On the other hand, it's three times more than what I can get from my bank. To me this the sweet spot of the risk/return ratio.  It is based in a real-world operation with a specific business plan, financial reports, and references from a well-established and reputable business partner (cavirtex).


Exactly.  Real people with real names and a real location I can actually drive to.

And post #6 above explains how it is different from these other offerings that you may be thinking of puffn. 

There are also a lot of fact sheets and financial reports etc. to check out at their site. 

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September 26, 2012, 03:23:07 AM
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In case you missed it: another public offering is scheduled for October 1st. I can't blame them for staying away from this drama-and-scandal filled forum...

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September 26, 2012, 11:16:29 AM
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They're there, in their room.
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+1

Don't forget that he paid for his mining rig.  Not payed for it.  Grin

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October 01, 2012, 04:59:04 PM
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The IPO has been active for two hours, and a little bit over half of the units are gone.  

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