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|dyfiman: Irene.... you're very welcome. Give Richard my best regards when you speak to
him. Good luck to you and those also who are willing to hold for a few years,
'cause I think one of the mega players will eventually step in and buy Ceva for
a rather large sum, pushing the share price up significantly between
announcement of a bid and 'deal done'. Just a view. I sold to realise
some readies needed at the time.
Best regards all.|
|rawdeal1: Where do we think this share price is headed over the next 2 years ?|
|haydock: Had a little look over this again.
The price rise this year has been staggering & if an orderly market had existed it would have repaid an extra investment.
People in the states must be doing well on this one.
We have huge growth of products on the web page, but they still seem to never make a lot of return for all the licencing.Must have been unable to really control the market for years, perhaps that will change & they can get a bigger slice of the royaties etc.
Anyway onward & upward is the price story & someday we should all be able to get a few quid out, to put an end to the Irish stitch up we have all endured.
It really depends on the share price,leading to a proper market developing with a sensible spread.|
|dyfiman: Mr Baxter, good evening. Thanks for that info. I have one name of brokers
(in London) that is actually actually printed on the share certificate.
If other brokers can also 'do it', then there might be a chance of
bartering over the fee charged. Obviously, with a small parcel only of
shares, the return is only hundreds of pounds and a hefty fee charged by a
broker takes a hefty chunk of any proceeds.
Anyway, I'll report back if and when I decide to offload.
Finally, may I ask whether you have sold or are thinking of? And what do
you think of the chance that CEVA might one day be at a massive share price
(Microsoftish) or might be taken over at a price significantly higher than now?
Or whether the ridiculous spread as quoted in London might narrow a lot due to
the company's future performance?
|ludwik: The share price has risen consistently all week. Has not done that for a long time.|
|ludwik: Nice to see this board (and the share price)coming back to life.|
|fungus footballhead: Andrbea / Dyfiman :
I still have the grand total of 55 shares left over in PEP & ISA accounts from the old days of Parthus - too small quantities to be worth selling.
However, every so often I receive an e-mail Press Release from CEVA, as I must have gone on their subscriber list many moons ago. However, despite the fair number of news items released, the share price seems stuck in a groove that has lasted for years now.
Does anyone feel that all these deals that CEVA announce will ever lead to an improvement in the share price ? Or if there have been any broker / press reviews on them that are worth a read ?
All (helpful) comments / info welcome.|
|cobweb: Any thoughts on the weakness in the share price ? It's fallen below its last low following the leg up to the $12 area.
Could now easily fall back to $4-6 area ?|
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