Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
All Leisure LSE:ALLG London Ordinary Share GB00B24CH603 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 127.3 0.2 0.9 1.9 1.08

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18/5/2016
19:23
Not every body is worried about being off market if the end result is that the company survives and ultimately prospers. Today's buyers are presumably thinking that there is a good chance that the company will one day return to the market, or alternatively that the Directors might be able to arrange a sale of the company without the potential buyers focussing on the absurdly low share valuation currently accorded by the market.
mesquida
18/5/2016
19:23
And of course there are two substantial non Director holders who seem happy to go off market, which is always a good sign.
mesquida
18/5/2016
19:16
Why the massive rise in this today then???
cudmore
18/5/2016
17:41
100% in a day.!!
ten bag man
18/5/2016
12:18
Are you sure there was no share re structure?...
diku
17/5/2016
05:13
CLP has an outstanding chance of A Ten fold rise. I note GATE ( delisted from AIM last year ) has a market cap today of over £500M. !!! They came to the AIM market 14 months ago at £3M.!!
ten bag man
16/5/2016
21:51
From clear leisure CLP to all leisure ALLG, seems that Tara likes the name leisure. It didn't materialise with CLP, so good luck with ALLG
modform
16/5/2016
12:05
You could also buy 3% of the company and then be massively diluted too . . .
cufes2
16/5/2016
11:44
Look at Tara go...ramping master and winner...even mentioned TERN that he sold out of early last year and missed the rise he now tries to attribute to himself. Tara has had a shocking 18 months now, with everything he touches going downhill, missing out by selling stocks that then rise and not being able to manipulate and pump many investors into his picks as he has become a spent force in the pump and dump world. Time we delisted Tara aka wood fire aka TEN BAG MAN.
troutisout
16/5/2016
11:02
You could also make a great deal of money.!! £25,000 gets you 3% of a company with a turnover of £127M. If they go on to make 1% of turnover you will have bought on a foreword pe of 0.7 If they made say 5% of turnover in 3 years time and come back to the market on a pe of 12 you could make well over 70 times your investment. Thus the risk / reward ratio offers rather a lot to go for. Also note this company did not go bust last year, last month or last week.!!
ten bag man
16/5/2016
10:52
Thanks CuFeS2
welsheagle
15/5/2016
18:50
No, but you need to be aware there will be a limited market and low liquidity . . . plus shareholders will lose the protection of AIM rules . . . in short there is a risk you will not be able to trade your shares at a fair price and you could get screwed by the major shareholders . . . The principal effects of Cancellation will be that: -- there will be no public market or trading facility on any recognised investment exchange for the Ordinary Shares and, consequently, there can be no guarantee that a Shareholder will be able to purchase or sell any Ordinary Shares. The underlying liquidity in the Ordinary Shares is currently low and, in the opinion of the Directors, is likely to remain that way for the foreseeable future whether or not the cancellation proceeds. A proposal for an informal matched bargain facility arranged through the Company is described below. Hence, the opportunity for Shareholders to realise their investment in the Company will be more limited; -- it is possible that following this announcement, the liquidity and marketability of the Ordinary Shares may be significantly reduced and the value of such shares may be adversely affected as a consequence; -- the regulatory and financial reporting regime applicable to companies whose shares are admitted to trading on AIM will no longer apply. The Company will, therefore, achieve cost savings as a result of no longer being subject to the provisions of this regime; -- Shareholders will no longer be afforded the protections given by the AIM Rules, such as the requirement to be notified of certain events, including substantial transactions, financing transactions, related party transactions and fundamental changes in the Company's business, including certain acquisitions and disposals; -- the Company will cease to have an independent financial and nominated adviser and broker; -- as an unlisted company, the Company will be subject to less stringent accounting disclosure requirements; and -- the Cancellation may have either positive or negative taxation consequences for Shareholders. Shareholders who are in any doubt about their tax position should consult their own professional independent adviser immediately.
cufes2
15/5/2016
18:13
Is it correct to assume that if ALLG de-list from AIM, that the shares will be worthless.
welsheagle
15/5/2016
13:02
Without Leisure!... Wonder if some of those buys on Friday were actually from insiders?...
diku
15/5/2016
10:38
ALLGone . . .
cufes2
14/5/2016
07:41
Big chunk is owned by the insiders....Roger Allard....the wider shareholders will be hung high & dry...wider shareholders holdings will be bought out for a song....few years down the line Roger will sell the company for a huge profit to a bigger competitor....normal practise...
diku
13/5/2016
18:46
If you want to see what a share can do (when others dismiss it)check out today's TERN share price and what it's done in under two years. HEADER POST ON ADVFN TERN started the week of 15th SEP 2014 with a valuation of just £180,000 Also known as market cap it is all the shares in issue times the share price. The same week TERN bought a company with world beating software. I hope to show investors that one way to make super profits from the stock market is to invest in situations just like this.
ten bag man
13/5/2016
18:29
Stunning profits can be made in situations like this where one can buy into massive turnover £127M for a song, wait two or three years and never forget your a shareholder ( it's just not listed on AIM )
ten bag man
13/5/2016
18:25
A few facts. £127M turnover and not going bust. Market cap £800,000 Delisting will save the company £300,000 in a full year and they made £500,000 last year. 76% of the shares in safe hands, to buy ALL THE REST will cost you just £200,000 !! But it just gets better. Read into this (out today) The Company released its Annual Report for the year ended 31 October 2015 on 15 February 2016. In this report the Directors stated that the Company's trading conditions remain very challenging as various geopolitical situations and events have an effect on consumers' propensity to travel. In light of this, the Company remains focused on cutting costs, including the costs of maintaining its admission to AIM, and will consider other corporate actions if appropriate, to seek to strengthen the Company's balance sheet and improve the Group's profitability. Strategy following the Cancellation Following completion of the Cancellation, the Board intends to continue its existing operating activities through the provision of an increasing choice of niche holidays targeted at the UK over 55's market.
ten bag man
13/5/2016
17:11
Doc Robinson 4 May'16 - 08:23 - 46 of 48 0 0 News shortly having to pay full bid or above for larger order! ============================= There is the news you wanted !!
ihavenoclue
13/5/2016
15:27
well done tara !
annonymous2
04/5/2016
09:49
Doc - are you thinking that there might now be an Offer by Allard to buy out all the public shareholders, with the proviso that non accepting shareholders will lose their quotation ? This might explain why there is no mention of the previously mooted delisting in the recently released Report and Accounts. But if this is to be his strategy now then at what level do you think he will pítch his Offer ? Does not have to be that generous an Offer if the alternative is a delisting, but nevertheless there would have to be a reasonable premium. I myself am thinking in terms of 10p per share.
mesquida
04/5/2016
07:23
News shortly having to pay full bid or above for larger order!
doc robinson
26/4/2016
08:19
Very interesting - I have read the recently published Report and Accounts carefully, and I can see no mention of plans to de-list. Moreover the Chairman speaks of their determination to restore the group to profitability and resume dividend payments. Correct me if I am wrong, but I do not believe that he said this in the preliminary announcement. It is almost as if there has been a sudden change in the group's fortunes. Combined with a number of share purchases ( albeit small ) both today and yesterday, I am beginning to wonder what is going on !
mesquida
26/4/2016
08:06
On the move !
doc robinson
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