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|Ciao guys n gals.
Did some homework here and decided that this share is not in my comfort zone and have bailed. Just cannot see where profits significant enough to raise this share up will come from.
Didnt dump all at once, trickled in 3 sells.
Wishing you all the very best of luck.
|santa rally to £2???|
|What a pathetic RNS. An MD exercises options on 17000 shares at 176 and sells at 187. No confidence to hold and makes less than £2k. Should have paid him the cash and saved 17000 shares being issued and the cost of an RNS!|
|thx for the info!!|
Actually it's good that you pulled me up on the meaning of SMR , as it could also apply to Steam Methane Reformers! (google "H21 Leeds city gate", proposal to create a hydrogen gas grid, although I favour the UK backed PEM electrolysers & Sheffield firm ITM, a customer of PRES I recall)
Personally I hope AVG steer clear of any more involvement in Oil and Gas, there may be good money to be made there if the oil price improves, but IMO the future is elsewhere.|
|PRES do have some really nice business's in the PMC division, Almet and Roota are superb.
RHL would appear to be a good fit but slightly scary!|
|I'd very much welcome them taking over Pressure Technologies, reasonable fit and some useful diversification, also PRES could benefit from being part of a larger better capitalised business.|
|Roger - During my visit to the AGM I distinctly gained the impression the BOD were not sitting on their hands, however they hinted they have been examining many companies with a view to a possible acquisition but these are proving hard to find given their tough criteria that they apply.
In respect of the SMRs you raise, they may well be involved with RR but as regards mentioning any possible involvement they are being advised to withhold any information by their brokers, perhaps until there is something definite to announce in an RNS.|
|Ah I have just noticed "small modular reactor"|
|Roger - good to see you once more, forgive my ignorance could you clarify "SMR's" please?|
|For me , I would like to see the directors are earning their keep, they give the impression they are sitting on their hands even though that may not be the case.
Also no mention of SMR's in their presentation , I do hope they are involved and included in the winning bid to take this technology forward and even better if the winner was the RR consortium, Metalcraft have had a history of supplying RR so there is a good chance they will be inolved somewhere along line.
|The next step will likely be an RNS about an acquisition by AVG of a related company in terms of end markets. That'll possibly be combined with a trading update or maybe news of further orders. Until then I'm relaxing and letting a proven mgt get on with it. If your bored there's a very good presentation on their investor site detailing the scale of the opportunity|
|Bit fuzzy on what the next steps are for this share tbh.
|3m3 box plant
|DOH! Thanks, missed that small but rather significant fact!!
They have been!
|I take it that nobody knos when the shares will be cancelled??|
|I've received my cash for my tendered shares yesterday via AJ Bell. I took 100% off the table and good luck all on this board for the future. Regards|
|They did state that the divi is payable on the tendered shares.
Brokers should be receiving the tender funds about now, so transactions will appear in accounts soon (I hope).|
|Anyone know when these tendered shares will be cancelled?|
|That's my understanding, I don't see how they can do anything else, especially as the offer price was calculated relative to the market price which included the forthcoming dividend.
They should really have specified it for clarity given how close the dates are.
If we don't get the dividend on the tendered shares I'll be shouting about it, but I am sure we will.|
|One other point of clarification regarding the 2.2p final dividend payable on 9 December.
The ex Div date is 28 October and the effective date for tendering shares was 3 November , so tenderers should get the dividend?|
|Thanks for the clarification Brian, good to meet up once again.|
|DGW, thanks for the write-up.
One point I checked when I got home was that they had previously intended to return £28m, leaving £20m in the business. Demand for cash was low, so they returned just under £20m, leaving £28m. They clarified at the meeting that they did not intend to return further cash.|
|Tks from me too DG and impressed they gave you and the one other shareholder so much time|