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Friday, November 22, 2019

Looking for long term income? Become an owner of an Oil Well

The Saxon group is a 5 year old business that allows suitable investors to invest directly into oil well programmes in the United States. This is known as owning a Working Interest in an oil well. It is an established investment asset class in places like Texas, Louisiana, North Dakota, etc. It's rare for international investors to gain access to this type of investment but we make it possible.

The investment proposal is simple: we invest into the development of a well, and we earn our return from the production on that site for as long as the well produces – in many cases as many as 25 years! The investment therefore creates a residual income for its owners. The well-known author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki – is also a prolific investor in these types of deals.

Please email us on the following info@fngassociates.com for the following: 

 • Corporate brochure on Saxon:
 • Brochure explaining Developmental wells:
 • FAQ's:

Some key highlights on our Group:

 • We have been actively operating since 2014
 • Thus far, we have successfully funded 9 different Series
 • We have a proven track record of payout to our investors
 • We feature on UK FCA regulated crowdfunding platforms
 • Low Investment entry, £5,000. 
 • Clients get access to profitable markets with a high barrier to entry, i.e. direct ownership of an oil well




For more information click here or see below.

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Bonds in Tasmanian Mine

Please find details on an exciting, secured, investment opportunity for your clients. NQ Minerals have revenues YTD of USD 25M, with expected revenues of USD 47M for 2019. The company is offering  its secured bond offering for use in your clients portfolios - given the current market conditions, there are not many credible, asset backed, secured investment opportunities, with revenues to support the debt issuance.
Please find below information on the NQ Minerals investment grade, asset backed bonds and also the current factsheet and one page summary document. We can provide full IM’s and the investment grade rating documents at your request. 

NQ Minerals PLC (NXT: NQMI) is London based and currently listed on the NEX exchange. NQ Minerals intends to upgrade this to the AIM or LSE in Q4 2019.
NQ Minerals raises funding through the issue of a high yield bond that offers investors a fixed 12% return over a 5-year term.  



BOND HIGHLIGHTS

    Bond - Audley Funding 12% 2/2022
    Issued - 2017
    Coupon - 12% per annum, paid bi-annually for a 5-year term
    Status - Senior Secured Debt under English Law
    Rating - ‘A’ / Investment Grade
    Liquidity - Freely transferable
    Eligibility - Cash, UCITS, ISA, SIPP, SASS, QROPS, Portfolio Bonds, Investment Platforms

The Bond is secured against significant mining assets and to date all coupons have been paid on time and in full.



NQ MINERALS

The company’s flagship project is the Hellyer Mine in Tasmania. At acquisition, the Hellyer project comprised a 9.25mt JORC (2012) compliant Resource and an in situ mothballed processing plant. Since acquisition the company has taken the mine to a 2019 YTD revenue of USD 25M, with predicted revenues for 2019 - USD 47M, 2020 -  USD 75M and 2021 - USD 80m



The company has a mission to acquire and develop a portfolio of productive mining assets based in Australia, with the aim of delivering significant shareholder value in the short, medium and long term. The Company has an experienced team of executives and non-executives to deliver these goals.


Each opportunity to develop a mining asset is rigorously appraised in order to ensure:
  • Attractive project returns
  • Growth in cash flow generation
  • Politically and fiscally stable environment

By putting the processing plant back into operation, NQ Minerals has gained unique opportunties to commercialise other tailing reserves and JORC resources in Tasmania. In addition, the company has access to other Gold and Silver mining projects in North Queensland which it is seeking to develop. Further information can be found at: www.nqminerals.com.


This is an exciting stage win the growth of NQ Minerals and we would like your clients to share in this story. Feel free to contact us should you have any queries.


For more information click here or see below.

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Web Page Comments Tip

Web Page Comments/Suggestions Tip

So you've produced a really nice web page to be proud of but would like to add something so that your audience can send in feedback - comments, suggestions etc?
I use my blog here to do it - see here for an example! As can be seen, there's a button that opens a popup window containing the relevant blog entry where comments etc can be added.
Doing it this way of course saves all the time and effort in designing, building and testing your own software!

Sunday, August 25, 2019

Looking for cheap flights or hotels?

If you're looking for a cheap flight and/or a hotel then check this out here !
Also, search for (cheap) flights here and here for (cheap) hotels!

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

The Buy a Bit of Thailand Challenge

The Buy a Bit of Thailand Challenge

This is very likely only for #themegarich but here goes...
From a condo through luxury resorts right up to a world famous hotel in central Bangkok, any of you mega-rich able to pull off a successful purchase?
Bear in mind also that foreigners are not usually allowed to buy land in Thailand but maybe one of you can achieve a purchase?
See here - IMHO all great investments and you'd certainly be helping out a lot of people too...



A bit cheeky perhaps but...


Good Luck

Sunday, June 9, 2019

in TLC?

Are you in TLC? By that I mean Thailand, Laos or Cambodia - as a local, expat or visitor (tourist etc)...
Airports, railway stations, immigration offices and hospitals have been mapped so for:
  • Thailand click here
  • Laos click here
  • Cambodia click here 
Comments, feedback, correction, suggestions etc are more than welcome here and bt filling in the response forms on the links.
Obviously, 100% accuracy cannot be guaranteed for various reasons - typos, bugs in the maps etc etc so if you use the data for a nav system, don't drive blindfolded 😉 !

I hope this is useful! Other ASEAN countries will probably be added over time...

Vietnam is now being added see here

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Hospitals In Thailand

Hospitals In Thailand

A maps has been constructed and can be seen here

Please send in feedback here - comments, corrections, hospitals not on map etc

Please note - a map entry will need geolocation - latitude and longitude, hospital name, address, postcode and province - thank you!

Thursday, May 2, 2019

A Hosting Package - EUR6 Discount!

I you're looking for a hosting package for your web site and/or blog, look no further - click here

Great for your website, blog and there's even an optional webshop if that's what you need!

Comes complete with all you need to get going and their support is brilliant - complete and timely!

EUR 6 Discount for new clients!

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Thai Immigration & Visa Bureau Information

For expats (and tourists) I've developed a system mapping all the (known) Thai Immigration Bureau Division locations in Thailand - see here

Please use this blog for feedback etc

Thank You

Monday, March 4, 2019

Thai Supermodel Contest 2019

Hello
My daughter Arabella (16) is in the Thai Super Model Contest 2019 so please vote for her by doing a "Like" on TSM 02 on here - please share too! You can vote until March 26th I think and the final is March 29th!
Thank You!

*** She won the Miss Photogenic part of the competition - see here - congratulations!

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Blogger Share Buttons

For those interested in putting "share" buttons in their Blogger/Blogspot blog, this is what I do, the code below being inserted after the "<body..." tag:-

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<a class='xosocial' href='https://jagjag.biz'><img ALT='JAGeZe' border='0' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/JAG.gif' width='22'/></a>
Share with:
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;https://twitter.com/share?url=&quot; + data:post.url + &quot;&amp;title=&quot; + data:post.title' rel='nofollow' target='_blank' title='Tweet This'><img alt='Twitter' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWtwitter.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' href='javascript:void((function()%7Bvar%20e=document.createElement(&apos;script&apos;);e.setAttribute(&apos;type&apos;,&apos;text/javascript&apos;);e.setAttribute(&apos;charset&apos;,&apos;UTF-8&apos;);e.setAttribute(&apos;src&apos;,&apos;http://assets.pinterest.com/js/pinmarklet.js?r=&apos;+Math.random()*99999999);document.body.appendChild(e)%7D)());'><img alt='Pinterest' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWpinterest.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;mailto:?subject=&quot; + data:post.title + &quot;&amp;body=&quot; + data:post.url'><img alt='Email' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWemail.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;http://www.linkedin.com/shareArticle?mini=true&amp;url=&quot;  + data:post.url' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'><img alt='LinkedIn' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWlinkedin.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=&quot;  + data:post.url' rel='nofollow' target='_blank' title='Digg This'><img alt='Digg' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWdiggit.png' width='22'/></a>

<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=&quot; + data:post.url + &quot;&amp;title=&quot; + data:post.title' rel='nofollow' target='_blank' title='Stumble this'><img alt='StumbleUpon' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWstumbleupon.png' width='22'/></a>
<script src='http://static.addtoany.com/menu/page.js' type='text/javascript'/>
<a href='javascript:;' onclick='window.print()'><img alt='Print' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWprint.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;https://bufferapp.com/add?url=&quot;  + data:post.url' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'><img alt='Bufferapp' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWbuffer.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;http://reddit.com/submit?url=&quot;  + data:post.url' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'><img alt='LinkedIn' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWreddit.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;http://www.tumblr.com/share/link?url=&quot;  + data:post.url' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'><img alt='LinkedIn' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWtumblr.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;http://vkontakte.ru/share.php?url=&quot;  + data:post.url' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'><img alt='LinkedIn' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWvk.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;http://www.yummly.com/urb/verify?url=&quot;  + data:post.url' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'><img alt='LinkedIn' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWyummly.png' width='22'/></a>
<a class='xosocial' expr:href='&quot;https://wa.me?text==Check Out  + data:post.url + &quot;' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'><img alt='WhatsApp' height='22' src='https://jagjag.biz/SWWhatsApp.png' width='22'/></a>
<b:if cond='data:post.isFirstPost'>
<script>(function(d){
  var js, id = &#39;facebook-jssdk&#39;; if (d.getElementById(id)) {return;}
  js = d.createElement(&#39;script&#39;); js.id = id; js.async = true;
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</b:if>
<fb:like action='like' colorscheme='light' expr:href='data:post.canonicalUrl' font='arial' layout='standard' send='true' show_faces='false'/>
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This is probably not the best way to achieve this but it works for me and should work in other blogs as long as there is a method to allow for insertion of HTML! You are welcome to use this if you find it useful but I do ask that you copy the img *.png files to your own server!
ENJOY!

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Bangkok Pollution - Jan 2019

It appears to be desperate now with the smog in Bangkok with the schools being closed and other desperate measures being thought up!
Something to be considered here? 
I sent this to several large haulage firms but unfortunately no interset which was a surprise as vehicle emissions would be reduced considerably plus fuel consumption would be reduced resulting in huge savings! A win-win both economically and environmentally!

Friday, January 4, 2019

Medical Insurance (in Thailand)

Medical Insurance (in Thailand)

I've lived in Thailand more than 5 years now and am British though I've lived in both Germany and the Netherlands so I'm used to having to have medical insurance.
My first attempt at medical insurance, part of a family policy failed - blood pressure too high - it usually is if I even enter a hospital especially for a test! Sometimes I think it down but this doesn't always work!
I was later accepted by BUPA (a reputable British company or so I thought) but after being attacked in a bus and eventually falling heavily on my chest and head on the inner engine cowling on the bus I was taken to a hospital for checks and admitted but of course BUPA refused to pay quoting "forensic tests", as if I was dead? I canceled the BUPA policy not long after and heard from others too of BUPA's refusal for whatever reason to pay out on claims! After canceling the BUPA policy I took out an insurance policy with AIA, also declaring all pre-existing conditions and medical history. Both the BUPA and AIA policies for myself were considerably more expensive than what we had paid for a policy for the whole family in the Netherlands, and then on top of that the costs for insurance for the rest of the family!

I'd developed an  inguinal hernia (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inguinal_hernia) in my right groin in September last year (2018) and after consulting the AIA agent as to whether treatment was covered and which hospitals had a contract with AIA, I went to Lad Phrao General Hospital in Bangkok for a consultation and eventual treatment in October. After examination by the surgeon I was admitted to hospital that same day and after extensive pre-surgery checks I was operated on that same day!
After a 2 bight stop I was to be release on the third day but imagine my horror on finding out that AIA would not pay for the treatment saying I had signed that they would not pay for hernia treatment - I had declared that I had had prior treatment more than 20 years ago for a hiatus hernia (a breach in the abdomen around the navel), a totally unrelated condition to an inguinal hernia. The hospital admin people could have helped here but all they cared about was getting their money whereas being the "experts", they could have persuaded AIA to "cough-up"! The bill was eventually paid with us having to borrow money!
After almost 3 months, a letter from myself and one from the surgeeon statting that a hiatus hernia had nothing to do with an inguinal hernia, AIA paid up yet with not so much as an apology from the company! Disgusting behaviour! In my opinion AIA use incompetent claims adjusters and maybe they are even acting fraudulently!

It would appear that a lot of medical insurance companies, both Thai and foreign play on Thai culture where few dare to complain for fear of conflict so this could perhaps be seen as deliberate fraud. It would appear they treat Thailand (and probably other countries in the region) as a milk cow/gravy train - totally unacceptable in my opinion!

From this in the Bangkok Post - https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1601170/price-controls-may-be-placed-on-soaring-medical-costs it would appear the government may take a look at treatment and bed charges in private hospitals! They should also take a look at medical insurance premiums and also the insurance company behavious too! Also bear in mind that treatment costs in Thailand are still considerably lower than in Europe for example!

A link to this article will be sent to Consumer Protection, relevant Ombudsman etc!