|Tue 11:48||haydock||Some of their clients saw a bargain:
£150.000 bought in 4 deals @ £2.55 read more...|
|Tue 09:54||haydock||Good morning Pyglet: it was you who got me into this company !!
Actually still many thanks.
I now think you & others are reading this wrong.
Follow the American model, it is just those hits that do count as they show that the platform growth is exponential, indeed the whole point of the 2 RNS released was to tell us all that is the case.
In the end it's the platform that counts, not what... read more...|
|18 Apr 2014||yump||There are only 2 possibilities here:
(a) The company always knew how larger projects and the elements out of their control would impact the company and CHOSE NOT TO TELL INVESTORS
(b) They didn't know anything about project work.
If its (a) they're not investable on the basis of trust
If its (b) they're incompetent for the business they have set up.
To say that criticism is anything... read more...|
|17 Apr 2014||jonc||Now you know why James Davis resigned. He would not bow to pressure from the board on income recognition. Spurrier was more compliant but this has now been kiboshed by the auditor's hence the delay in releasing the accounts. This company is now toxic and should be avoided at all cost. read more...|
|Tue 20:16||bookbroker||Unfortunately there is no mercy these days, after 1999/2001, for blue sky ideas that fail, maybe the mistake was to emphasise the way that Letts promoted the product, I still believe you will see success here with a tweak or two, and a more patient market, what the urgency is I'm not sure, the platform seems to be doing the job, and they are certainly getting more publicity than they ever... read more...|
|19 Apr 2014||martincoops||The Easter eggs will not taste quite the same for entrepreneur Philip Letts after he saw a cool £26million wiped off the value of his 47.6 per cent stake in blur, the AIM-listed global technology group he founded.
The shares crashed 41 per cent before closing 172.5p down at 280p, after publication of its full-year results for 2013 were delayed until May 20, rather than in early April as... read more...|
|19 Apr 2014||sven2006||Knigel - agreed read more...|
|18 Apr 2014||eric76||No lets not let a possible oversold bounce after newspaper hype decide the debate lets wait til the results are out (if they arrive this is aim after all) and see if the gap at £2 gets filled that day. read more...|
|18 Apr 2014||yump||You were warned. I posted and you rampers all dimissed it:
22nd. Jan this year.
"This trend towards higher value projects with staged delivery cycles provides longer term visibility of Exchange use and uptake. The Board currently anticipates revenue performance for the year to be broadly in line with market expectations bearing in mind that sizeable projects in progress at the year end will... read more...|
|18 Apr 2014||j777j||Exactly the kind of comments the article refers to.I think is goes deeper,in that there is a British disease that derides anything or anyone remotely successful.Simply envy? Probably.
No mention the co has come from nowhere and short term has actually become a victim of it's own success.
This is not about lost revenues due to lack of demand.It is about far higher pecuniary levels of... read more...|