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|v11slr: Purely theoretical.
Company A is at 10p.
Company A has a new product/deal that will see it at 20p in short order.
Company A is mostly owned by small investors.
Small investors do not know about forthcoming product/deal.
Persons who do know own Company B without lots of small investors.
Company B puts in agreed bid for Company A at 1p.
Company A share price collapses.
Persons who know offer to buy Company A shares at 2p.
Grateful small investors accept.
Offer goes unconditional.
Company A directors move to Company B with good options package/golden hello.
Company B announces new product/deal.
Company B price soars.
Result PIs are removed from the picture. Persons in the know profit greatly.
I am NOT saying this is happening here.|
|jumpin: oh dear, sorry to see that TLFBT and cronies work their evil ways again, but at least you got an offer even it if is lower than the current share price!|
|andrbea: If Trevillion wants out (someone said his house was up for sale...), maybe they have found a ready buyer (as the share price is laregly unchanged, and now up slightly)
Maybe that's the only reason for the delay in getting more news out (about the possible offer).
|garykc: "..................The company has today been informed that the tentative offer for the business has not materialised." Watch the share price tank then.|
|murraymint: I think the share price is doing the talking for him.
Can't argue with a 300% rise.
Well done to all those who had the balls to buy.|
|jumpin: with a 25% spread and probably a huge premium to buy and then sell again in any size, you will want the share price up about 100% min to actually break even, that's if the MMs will let you sell.
and R Trevillion is involved in this company.... beware.....|
|fesuvious: well, I don't have much arguament to that !
I guess I am trying to find the upside to having this man at the top.
However, whatever way you look at it, if he stays there then there is a possibility of good contracts, and the share price will move up.
If he were to go then renewed confidence would mean the share price will rise.
The financial position whilst certainly not setting the world alight certainly has not deteriorated as far as the share price.
There are plenty of companies out there in a similar financial position with a share price 8 times higher. Its all about confidence.
Id rather take a gamble on a share devalued by lack of confidence than devalued through its finacial position for the greater part.
Make no mistake, I view this share as a gamble, and a big one at that but looking at the financials, and the chart, and the companies website I cannot help but feel there is a possibility of something happening that could see a significant return of confidence.|
|iroquoi: Last week I emailed the company and asked if they knew a reason for drop. Gerald Malone responded "Centrom's share price is suffering in a weak market" and "There is nothing to add at present".
I guess its what you would expect him to say.
I do wonder though what effect Richard Trevillion has with Centrom at the moment due to whats going on with MDX.|
|fenseal2: Just done a dummy trade on natwest stockbrokers i can sell 250k @ .8 above the share price .75|
|reba: WHATS GOING ON HERE THEN OVER 600,000 SHARES SOLD ( THREE DEALINGS ) AND SHARE PRICE RISES 16%
ADVFN GET YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER. IT'S UP TO YOU TO GET THE CORRECT TRADING INFO. NOT DOING SO MAKES YOU AS BAD AS THE PEOPLE GIVING YOU THE INFORMATION.|
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