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|weatherman: Once the record date is past for the first pay out the share price will fall - 26 August ?. Then the company will delist a few days later - 1 Sept? If you can get shares for 1.5 - 2p then there may be a 100% profit 12 months out.
A risky plan, but will it work ?|
|septimus quaid: Cheers,
Just opening the debate,
If we will receive 11pps, with a current share price of 12p, does that mean that the remaining "rump" is only worth 1p?
Seems a bit low, how is the stock-market pricing this?
Or is this just a round the houses way of dissolving the company?|
|hibberts: I notice 25k sells going through is this PK trying
to keep the share price down?|
|weatherman: presumably he would wish the new guys to make as much money as possible for himself as the share price grows. He may vote against a sale of the whole business. But Hawkwood may not seek a sale of the whole business.|
|weatherman: I just bought some more at below the mid price at 3.65p - my own belief is that the time to buy is before the vote. I believe Hawkwood will be successful in their bid to replace the boss. The share price will then rise towards 10p in time as a new direction takes hold. The current mkt cap is close to net cash.
All in my opinion - I may be wrong about the way the vote will go - and do your own research.|
|beta_adjusted: well, I'm out of date. Hadn't realized that they sold the Australian business. Have to say that the valuation of ~1x sales seems rather low to me, but guess it lacked scale. Little in the way of synergies with UK as electricity markets are highly technical (much more so than gas).
As for removing management, that represents a risk ... chairman has been in the industry for donkey's years and recently moved to an executive role using his extensive contacts to try to build the business. Getting rid of him or anyone else could ruin the company. Basically you are investing in him ... he seems dynamic but unpredictable, much like BGBL's share price!|
|simonparker5: Not as bad update as the share price reaction suggests. Although we have made a loss in the 6 months to September volumes are now improving and I can see good traction being made form now on.|
|viktormeerldrew: SimonParker you asked earlier in a rather sardonic manner how I was an expert in 'Smart Metering'. I don't profess to be an expert on it at all. However I have been following other companies in this supposed 'growth' sector so I have done some research into a few such stocks (e.g. I am a regular contributor to the CYAN BB which is 'supposedly' tendering for a 1.5m unit 'smart meter' order in India right now).
Not sure whether pump and dump merchants know what research is but it actually involves trying to gain an understanding of the basic story some of these AIM companies are peddling rather than just indulging in the 'greater fool theory' of buying something in the hope someone else will pay more for it than yourself after it's been promoted on the BB's frequented by mug punters.
Would love to see some of my fellow 'experts' on Smart Metering contribute on the CYAN thread from now on or are you only interested in 'expertise' which boosts the share price of BGBL ?
CYAN thread http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=23317185
Other AIM companies in the same field appear to be EAS and SMS.
I wonder if there is any discussion of the Health issues on their respective BB's ?|
|m.t.glass: There certainly wasn't anything in the Dec 13th results statement to justify a trebling of the share price. Unless some explanation emerges without further delay, it could collapse far more rapidly than it rose.
Those who spreadbet it on the way up via IGindex now find it isn't tradeable online - telephone only.|
|mdchand: Well done those who invested - I saw these moving in Nov at the same time as Corac and er stayed with Corac. I'm sure there is an inverse correlation between the number of people on these bulletin boards versus the actual share price ie the less people the better the performance.|
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