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Capital Ideas LSE:CAPT London Ordinary Share GB0031453953 ORD 0.1P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 0.055p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
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Travel & Leisure - - - - 0.16

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28/9/2016
09:20
Capital Ideas Daily Update: Capital Ideas is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAPT. The last closing price for Capital Ideas was 0.06p.
Capital Ideas has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 287,155,547 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Capital Ideas is £157,935.55.
23/2/2009
12:39
mattrix1: One thing Treacle may have been right about was the Aim listing adding value to the company/ share price. In this case alot. Nothing has really changed with trade/ performance however the company is now valued by the market at 60 to 70 % less due going private. If Capt was to float again in the future the valuation would be right back up there again. In this case where an Aim listing seems worthless to the company...how can it be worth so much?
09/2/2009
17:24
mattrix1: that's great advice broker!!! not Luckily I sold most of my holding when the finals come out at a small profit..Treacle had no influence at all..I just buy low and sell after finals..done it for years. tob you must have dealt with de listing companies back in the day..will a private company's share price work out as... 1. six month ave of the share price prior to delisting 2. share price on the day prior to the delisting news. 3. final listed share price (last day of trading). anyone in the know?
18/9/2008
20:55
mattrix1: 485K profit would be great. What Im not sure about is how they value the assets after a pre ipo has been made...for example Worldlink's 1% share was bought for 100k it went pre ipo with a value of 1million for the same 1% share. Say 100k was sold through arc and Capt get their investment back.....now is the remaining 0.9% capt hold in Worldlink worth 90k or 900k as an asset? Treacle..reading you info on britfilms it would seem the valuation would be at the higher end..if it is..this is great news. The share price of these micro caps can be worked out by the addition of the profit and the assets minus any debt. just a guess at a low end..300k profit + 2.2 million nav = 2.5 mil based on the market cap listed up top 0.77 (think this is wrong though) we could be looking at a 1p share price as long as there is some positive forward looking statements in the results.
01/9/2008
18:17
tiredoldbroker: Repeatedly cut n pasting the same misleading item is of course a Treacle must-do, but he/she/it hates it when anyone does the same with facts debunking the ramp. So just to make Treacle's week, here goes: What nobody has yet remarked upon is that this "research note" on CAPT is not, of course, an unbiased assessment from a major respectable City institution: it's from "company eye", an offshoot of Unquoted Ltd/unquoted.co.uk and as they make very clear on their website, it isn't the result of spontaneous excitement about a company - it's issued because a company pays for it. In fact, they skate as near as they possibly can to bluntly saying "you can use us to try to ramp your share price" - see http://www.unquoted.co.uk/research/ where they admit that for £5,000+VAT they'll write a note and circulate it, all as they say "with the prime objective of increasing your share price" - no suggestion of them doing an unbiased report, just what looks to me like borderline-legality generation of puffery and hot air - staying (presumably) just this side of circulating inaccurate or misleading material which might illegally inflate a share price. But the result is, of course, that they've said that the share price should be much higher - they've been paid to do so, paid to say what the directors want to plant in gullible minds. They never say one word about needing to remain honest, looking at both sides, or putting the interests of investors first ! Not one word about why they use a p/e on dodgy earnings, rather than NAV, as their method of valuation ! Frankly, their opinion is no more disinterested or objective than a ramper like Treacle saying in post 418 on this thread "Ten bagger from these levels" - it's self-interested, biased clap-trap. Mind you, if the business model is a successful as some people claim, why is it that the share price today is 40% below what it was at end-December 2005, before all the clever deals got done ? All I'll add is that CAPT is no more than an investment dealing outfit; as such, the only basis for valuation is NAV (minus a discount) - there is no ongoing business, no recurring profits, and therefore no basis to value it on a p/e - since all "revenue" is profit on share dealing, i.e. simply a capital item, multiplying this by any number you thought of simply suggests a share price out of touch with asset value. The market doesn't work like that, and knows exactly what CAPT is. After all: if I start the year with a portfolio of investments worth £500,000, have a really good year and by buying and selling make a profit of another £500,000, do you think that at the end of the year I'm worth £1m, or should I take the profit, multiply it by say 7, and say I'm worth £3.5m? Because that's all CAPT is, and that's the basis of valuation you need to justify.
31/8/2008
18:57
treacle28: SHARE PRICE AND VALUATION Based on the most recent transactions since the half year end including Dateline, Worldlink and Primary Water we estimate that the Company should produce record profits for the year to 30 April 2008. We estimate that pre-tax profits should exceed £1m with an EPS (earnings per share) of circa 0.32p. A price earnings ratio (P/E ratio) of 10 times would be reasonable for a company operating in this sector, however based on a more conservative PE ratio of 7 times this would equate to a share price of 2.2p. We consider the share price is substantially undervalued based on this fundamental analysis. Page 3/6:- http://www.capitalideasplc.com/Downloads/CapitalIdeas_analysisreport.pdf
23/8/2008
11:36
treacle28: OUTLOOK The Directors believe that Capital Ideas PLC has made very good progress of late with the increase of its NAV and the completion of a number of lucrative transactions since the half year end and believe that the share price will soon start to reflect this performance. The Company continue to review a wide range of potential investments and are confident that the investments the Company has made will be exited in a profitable and timely manner. REVIEW & RECENT ACTIVITY The Company continues to increase the number of transactions in which it is involved. During the period, Capital Ideas acted in an advisory capacity in the restructuring and refinancing of two companies, Smart Implant plc and Revo World Limited. In addition to fees earned for its consultancy services, Capital Ideas was granted a 1.4% stake in Smart Implant plc. Capital Ideas was also granted an option to subscribe for ordinary shares in Revo World Limited representing 2.5% of the share capital. In October, the Company announced that it had invested £50,000 in BritFilms Group plc, receiving 17,111,111 ordinary shares in the company, representing approximately 7.5% of its issued share capital. The Company subsequently made a disposal of 1,944,444 of these ordinary shares for a net consideration of £50,000, representing a profit of £43,750. The company will still retain a 6.5% stake in BritFilms, which operates in the online film channel arena and is looking to expand into the social networking market. At the disposal price, Capital Ideas' remaining holding in BritFilms would be valued at £390k. Following the end of the six month period, the Company has been involved in several transactions, including its recently announced investment of £50,000 in Primary Water plc, acquiring 1,428,571 ordinary shares at 3.5p each. This investment was part of a larger fundraising being undertaken by Primary Water in which Capital Ideas also acted in an advisory capacity. For its services, the Company received a further 17,889,667 ordinary shares (also at 3.5p) in lieu of arrangement fees, totalling £626,138. Following the investment, Capital Ideas holds a total of 19,318,238 ordinary shares in Primary Water, representing 5.24% of its issued share capital. Primary Water has stated its intention to list on AIM in due course. Capital Ideas also recently announced that it had agreed terms to acquire a number of investments from Emerging UK Investments plc for a total consideration of £36,500. These acquisitions bring considerable value to the Company, having been made at a discount to their aggregate market value. In addition, Capital Ideas recently announced a re-organisation of the group's structure with the creation of a number of subsidiaries with a view to broadening its approach. This is to take advantage of what your board believes to be a favourable environment resulting from current market conditions which have seen, and we believe will continue to see, an upturn in attractive turnaround investment opportunities. At the end of November Anita Madhas joined the board as Finance Director. The company said it is still looking to strengthen the senior management team further by making a number of appropriate executive director appointments in the near future. SHARE PRICE AND VALUATION Based on the most recent transactions since the half year end including Dateline, Worldlink and Primary Water we estimate that the Company should produce record profits for the year to 30 April 2008. We estimate that pre-tax profits should exceed £1m with an EPS (earnings per share) of circa 0.32p. A price earnings ratio (P/E ratio) of 10 times would be reasonable for a company operating in this sector, however based on a more conservative PE ratio of 7 times this would equate to a share price of 2.2p. We consider the share price is substantially undervalued based on this fundamental analysis. http://www.capitalideasplc.com/Downloads/CapitalIdeas_analysisreport.pdf
22/8/2008
15:37
tiredoldbroker: Repeatedly cut n pasting the same misleading item is of course a Treacle must-do, but he/she/it hates it when anyone does the same with facts debunking the ramp. So just to make Treacle's weekend, here goes: What nobody has yet remarked upon is that this "research note" on CAPT is not, of course, an unbiased assessment from a major respectable City institution: it's from "company eye", an offshoot of Unquoted Ltd/unquoted.co.uk and as they make very clear on their website, it isn't the result of spontaneous excitement about a company - it's issued because a company pays for it. In fact, they skate as near as they possibly can to bluntly saying "you can use us to try to ramp your share price" - see http://www.unquoted.co.uk/research/ where they admit that for £5,000+VAT they'll write a note and circulate it, all as they say "with the prime objective of increasing your share price" - no suggestion of them doing an unbiased report, just what looks to me like borderline-legality generation of puffery and hot air - staying (presumably) just this side of circulating inaccurate or misleading material which might illegally inflate a share price. But the result is, of course, that they've said that the share price should be much higher - they've been paid to do so, paid to say what the directors want to plant in gullible minds. They never say one word about needing to remain honest, looking at both sides, or putting the interests of investors first ! Not one word about why they use a p/e on dodgy earnings, rather than NAV, as their method of valuation ! Frankly, their opinion is no more disinterested or objective than a ramper like Treacle saying in post 418 on this thread "Ten bagger from these levels" - it's self-interested, biased clap-trap. Mind you, if the business model is a successful as some people claim, why is it that the share price today is 40% below what it was at end-December 2005, before all the clever deals got done ? All I'll add is that CAPT is no more than an investment dealing outfit; as such, the only basis for valuation is NAV (minus a discount) - there is no ongoing business, no recurring profits, and therefore no basis to value it on a p/e - since all "revenue" is profit on share dealing, i.e. simply a capital item, multiplying this by any number you thought of simply suggests a share price out of touch with asset value. The market doesn't work like that, and knows exactly what CAPT is.
20/8/2008
14:58
tiredoldbroker: What nobody has yet remarked upon is that this "research note" on CAPT is not, of course, an unbiased assessment from a major respectable City institution: it's from "company eye", an offshoot of Unquoted Ltd/unquoted.co.uk and as they make very clear on their website, it isn't the result of spontaneous excitement about a company - it's issued because a company pays for it. In fact, they skate as near as they possibly can to bluntly saying "you can use us to try to ramp your share price" - see http://www.unquoted.co.uk/research/ where they admit that for £5,000+VAT they'll write a note and circulate it, all as they say "with the prime objective of increasing your share price" - no suggestion of them doing an unbiased report, just what looks to me like borderline-legality generation of puffery and hot air - staying (presumably) just this side of circulating inaccurate or misleading material which might illegally inflate a share price. But the result is, of course, that they've said that the share price should be much higher - they've been paid to do so, paid to say what the directors want to plant in gullible minds. They never say one word about needing to remain honest, looking at both sides, or putting the interests of investors first ! Not one word about why they use a p/e on dodgy earnings, rather than NAV, as their method of valuation ! Frankly, their opinion is no more disinterested or objective than a ramper like Treacle saying in post 418 on this thread "Ten bagger from these levels" - it's self-interested, biased clap-trap. Mind you, if the business model is a successful as some people claim, why is it that the share price today is 40% below what it was at end-December 2005, before all the clever deals got done ? All I'll add is that CAPT is no more than an investment dealing outfit; as such, the only basis for valuation is NAV (minus a discount) - there is no ongoing business, no recurring profits, and therefore no basis to value it on a p/e - since all "revenue" is profit on share dealing, i.e. simply a capital item, multiplying this by any number you thought of simply suggests a share price out of touch with asset value. The market doesn't work like that, and knows exactly what CAPT is.
18/8/2008
11:06
tiredoldbroker: Since Treacle keeps cutting & pasting the "research" note on CAPT in an attempt to bury adverse comment, I'll repeat what I posted above: "What nobody has yet remarked upon is that this "research note" on CAPT is not, of course, an unbiased assessment from a major respectable City institution: it's from "company eye", an offshoot of Unquoted Ltd/unquoted.co.uk and as they make very clear on their website, it isn't the result of spontaneous excitement about a company - it's issued because a company pays for it. In fact, they skate as near as they possibly can to bluntly saying "you can use us to try to ramp your share price" - see http://www.unquoted.co.uk/research/ where they admit that for £5,000+VAT they'll write a note and circulate it, all as they say "with the prime objective of increasing your share price" - no suggestion of them doing an unbiased report, just what looks to me like borderline-legality generation of puffery and hot air - staying (presumably) just this side of circulating inaccurate or misleading material which might illegally inflate a share price. But the result is, of course, that they've said that the share price should be much higher - they've been paid to do so, paid to say what the directors want to plant in gullible minds. They never say one word about needing to remain honest, looking at both sides, or putting the interests of investors first ! Not one word about why they use a p/e on dodgy earnings, rather than NAV, as their method of valuation ! Frankly, their opinion is no more disinterested or objective than a ramper like Treacle saying in post 418 on this thread "Ten bagger from these levels" - it's self-interested, biased clap-trap. Mind you, if the business model is a successful as some people claim, why is it that the share price today is 40% below what it was at end-December 2005, before all the clever deals got done ?" All I'll add is that CAPT is no more than an investment dealing outfit; as such, the only basis for valuation is NAV (minus a discount) - there is no ongoing business, no recurring profits, and therefore no basis to value it on a p/e - since all "revenue" is profit on share dealing, i.e. simply a capital item, multiplying this by any number you thought of simply suggests a share price out of touch with asset value. The market doesn't work like that, and knows exactly what CAPT is.
15/8/2008
17:58
tiredoldbroker: What nobody has yet remarked upon is that this "research note" on CAPT is not, of course, an unbiased assessment from a major respectable City institution: it's from "company eye", an offshoot of Unquoted Ltd/unquoted.co.uk and as they make very clear on their website, it isn't the result of spontaneous excitement about a company - it's issued because a company pays for it. In fact, they skate as near as they possibly can to bluntly saying "you can use us to try to ramp your share price" - see http://www.unquoted.co.uk/research/ where they admit that for £5,000+VAT they'll write a note and circulate it, all as they say "with the prime objective of increasing your share price" - no suggestion of them doing an unbiased report, just what looks to me like borderline-legality generation of puffery and hot air - staying (presumably) just this side of circulating inaccurate or misleading material which might illegally inflate a share price. But the result is, of course, that they've said that the share price should be much higher - they've been paid to do so, paid to say what the directors want to plant in gullible minds. They never say one word about needing to remain honest, looking at both sides, or putting the interests of investors first ! Not one word about why they use a p/e on dodgy earnings, rather than NAV, as their method of valuation ! Frankly, their opinion is no more disinterested or objective than a ramper like Treacle saying in post 418 on this thread "Ten bagger from these levels" - it's self-interested, biased clap-trap. Mind you, if the business model is a successful as some people claim, why is it that the share price today is 40% below what it was at end-December 2005, before all the clever deals got done ?
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