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|harry punter: looks like a big placing coming down at the lower levels watching the share price drift lower -- probably means an open offer of some sort - i bet|
|jaknife: The stock of Adorian PLC is currently the subject of a pump and dump scam.
Shares in this company are being sold to certain individuals at a price of 0.1p via convertible loan notes, see:
The stock of the company is then being heavily promoted by people who are trying to talk up the share price whilst at the same time those certain individuals (who have bought in at 0.1p) are dumping at whatever price people are prepared to pay.
If you pay more than 0.1p for these shares then you're stark raving bonkers.
Would anyone like to help me catch these scam artists? Who do you know that has recently been promoting this stock?
|bishopawn: Golly, I was just beginning to think that our Celtic had turned his toes up and was R.I.P.
Now to the matter of the graph:
I think you have to do a sum, Celtic. You have to multiple the price of the Primeent stock on the day it was consolidated with the number of shares that were converted into one Oakgate (Adorian) share. The period of suspension of Primeent saw the share price at sub one penny, viz. 0.034 pence. What the long term graph is attempting to demonstrate is the relationship at that point in 2003 to NOW, if someone is still hanging in there as an original investor. So, one Primeent share multiplied by 480 (that is the ratio of consolidation for the purposes of the CVA) 0.034 X 480 = £1.63. In other words, the graph is showing what 480 Primeent shares was worth during the period of suspension in 2003. Then you get the precipitous drop in January 2004, when Oakgate was born
at the price of 15 pence. Now the major shareholders and creditors who were party to the CVA arrangement suffered the same savage dilution/consolidation.
In my opinion, they would be hoping to reverse that drop in value by the right acquisition being found for Oakgate/Adorian sooner or later. If that were the plan and feasible, then any one buying in now at this price level would be doing themselves a big favour.
I do believe we are not far off finding out what that acquisition is. We shall see then how the share price responds. There is only one way - and that is well up from here. For one thing the market makers have no stock. In fact, the price will have to rise in the next week to ten days, because they must encourage sellers to part with stock. IMHO. DYOR.|
|harry punter: trouble is any deal will mean raising capital via a placing but at what level ? an announcement of a deal that will come soon for sure --but is no garantee of a substantial share price rise --sentiment for shells has changed lately look at minster MpM even futaragene appears to be sleeping at the mo ---any deal eventually will be good for us --but a quick return forget it imho ---
regards harry and the boys --relaxing at una's with the girls in pink glasses|
|sandbank: This AIM quoted PLC was called originally South Beach Cafe (trendy), then PrimeEnt (cutting edge media), then Oakgate (solid, trustworthy) but none of those really did anything for the share price. So now it's got another new name "Adorian".
This latest incarnation is still an empty shell - empty, that is apart from the stalwart long-term holders who up to now have populated the OKG thread. Still in charge is Mr L.E.V Knifton a serial deal maker (see OKG thread for biog) who holds numerous directorships and it's assumed, must be working on some deal or other.
You can tell from the name of this company- Adorian - that Leo Knifton has the knack of picking a name with a nice ring to it. After all it takes a bit of imagination to come up with the name he gave his Europa 1720 sailing boat. That's called -( I kid you not) "Hoodless Brennan".|
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