Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Challenger Acquisitions LSE:CHAL London Ordinary Share GG00BV0LCK35 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.125p 10.00p 10.25p 10.125p 10.125p 10.125p 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure - - - - 2.32

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19/1/2017
08:20
Challenger Daily Update: Challenger Acquisitions is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CHAL. The last closing price for Challenger was 10.13p.
Challenger Acquisitions has a 4 week average price of 10.88p and a 12 week average price of 13.33p.
The 1 year high share price is 44.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.88p.
There are currently 22,879,733 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 61,727 shares. The market capitalisation of Challenger Acquisitions is £2,316,572.97.
09/1/2017
09:03
rkbeekeeper: I am going to email Mark Gustafson. I established email contact with Mark last Friday. Like most PI I am concerned at the slide in the share price. I am going to put a proposal to him which in my opinion would stop the decline, hopefully stabilise the share price and then have the share price head north. RKB
06/1/2017
23:12
rkbeekeeper: I posted the following on LSE South East because Can Beans has been not too kind on our company and I thought I should let you guys and girls know what I said. Hi CanBean Disagree. We need to know the value of the convertible loans as this is diluting our (not your) shareholding. As share price decreases then Bond Holders get more shares in lieu of interest. As I have established contact with Mark I am going to put a proposal to him that may stop the share price slide. I he (and the BOD) agree then PI would benefit. Today my car was in for a service and they are keeping it till Monday so I had some free time. So I went through all your posts from day one on Chal. I have documented what you have said and it is unfortunate that you had to bail-out in early July last year, but since then you have been posting the exact opposite from what you said for the previous 18 months. The longer you post negative things the more you play into the hands of the Convertible Loan Note Holders. As the share price goes south they can convert at ever lower prices. I fully understand your frustration at the share price going lower, but my view is that you are contributing to this. I know you must have taken a hit as I estimate your average was about 36p and you hopefully got out at about 24p but I think you had a more substantial holding than I currently have. If you look at my CLP posts you will get an understanding of what I post and why. Hopefully I have not upset you tonight and if I can just quote some positive stuff that you posted to let you know that I would have invested away back in March 2015 if I had seen your posts. You were consistent throughout but as the Jakarta deal has failed to secure financial backing I fully understand why you went south. Quotes 25/03/15 I'm confused why people would even consider selling at this price, you will easily triple your money in the short term. 25/03/15 this is borderline hilarious, if this share falls much more, I am going to bet my entire life savings on this as a safe bet, yolo. 26/03/15 nonsense, the more this goes down in the short term, the cheaper I can buy more shares at, the potential to triple my money becomes greater. It does not matter if the share price does high fluctuation, if you right about fundamentals the company. 27/03/15 guys have a little confidence in your investments, if you've done the research, you shall discover the upside. Next RNS outlining, agreements, interesting projects and all that jazz this will go up up up. 2/04/15 said like a week ago, if this falls back below .30 I'm going to stick my entire life savings on this winner... my dream is almost a reality :D I could post another 50 or more of your positive posts but my take on this is that because Jakarta has stalled you are very frustrated, well it will happen and the Wheel will turn in Jakarta (soon) Tip: If you believe in this Company pick up some serious share-holding as if I get my views imbedded in Mark Gustafson brain then this share will head north. As you have said on many occasions DYOR and please continue to post as an open debate is appreciated. RKB
06/1/2017
18:11
rkbeekeeper: I am working out what I think we issued in all Loan Notes and what has been converted and also what additional Loan Notes have been issued in lieu of 7/8ths Interest. Then if BOD fail to give clear information I will publish my calculations and see if the "Challenge" them. I have confidence in our Company but do not like the drip drip of conversions of Loan Notes as it would appear that Bond Holders interest are only being served by a low share price (as they can convert at this lower share price) It will be interesting to see what the amended RNS says as we are not receiving the news we would all like (the finance is in place for Jakarta) RKB
30/12/2016
13:51
marvin9: Sold today as I think the share price has much further to fall. They do seem to be a clueless bunch with a good business idea; only thing is, can these clowns actually pull it off within budgets and time limits?
21/12/2016
14:15
yogaboy: Marvin, I believe the business is fundamentally sound. So why is the stock not popular? The major issue of the last 12 months appears to have been the announcement of the delay for the New York wheel. I don't remember the exact detail, but my general recollection is that the opening was set back by about a year. A year's delay in a contract build that's only a couple of years or so to start with, smacks of very poor project management - or over-optimistic stakeholder communications. Either way, the share price has been punished. The major issue as of today is the question of when the business behind the shares will start to produce a return for investors. Until it does, the only hope for shareholders is that the share price will rise in anticipation of future profits. Who wants to go first on that one? I'm looking forward to investing here, I really am. But the trend is clearly down and I can't yet see the bottom.
20/7/2016
06:06
dice1950: #CHAL #Challenger Acquisitions Limited US$1 Million Received and New York Wheel Update http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/challenger-CHAL/share-news/Challenger-Acquisitions-Limited-US-1-Million-Recei/72005749
04/3/2015
14:34
andrbea: The new IPO began trading on February 19 on the London Stock Exchange’s main market. The subscription shares were priced at 10p and the early signs of investor appetite look promising. The shares traded at 12p – 14p within the first hour. The strategy is to acquire target companies or businesses in the entertainment and leisure sectors with particular focus on the “attractions” sector. Not finding and funding a suitable acquisition provides the key risk. A look at the board’s CVs provides optimism that they will be successful. They have a proven track record of raising money for listed entities, making substantial acquisitions and operating and growing a wide diversity of businesses. They are also aligned with shareholders having subscribed for 700,000 shares themselves at 10p. The equity at the subscription price is valued at £1.1mln with the estimated net proceeds from the founder subscription and subscription being around £930,000. If the experienced board can execute their strategy successfully it may be that early investors, ahead of any deals, benefit. With only around 11mln shares in issue and a limited free float any investor interest and buying could have a positive impact on the share price. hTTp://goo.gl/Xznjvt
29/6/2001
17:54
indieman: I remember the Nifty Fifty, and the boom in electics stocks and electronics and biotechs and secondary banks and property in the UK. These all sound like something from the distant past don't they? Imagine, if you will, a company making a product that Americans consume in large quantities. You might think of putting a premium on the share price, but not so large a premium that you are discounting them having a total monopoly of the market. Well some Americans think differently. A doughnut company is on a rating so high that it would require them to sell more than the total USA annual consumption of doughnuts each year to justify it. It's madness and it's happening now. Indieman
28/6/2001
13:14
indieman: Chris, Thought you'd disappeared from the face of the earth! BATS is still staying within its triangle and exploring both boundaries; hardly suprising given the apex is so close. When triangles move out this far into the apex, they become unreliable and the end move is apt to be a gentle line gradually assuming a mild slope in the ultimate direction. It ought to be upward for BATS, but I've got £5K on it already and will stick at that. The chartists are getting the usual slagging off on the threads I read. It always seems odd to me that those who rely on Fundamental Analysis feel free to slag off the Chartist/TA people, but would be amazed if the tables were turned. Presumably they actually believe several demonstrably false things:- * The price of a share is determined by what the fundamentals can justify. * It is possible to calculate the final profit/cash flow/discounted cash flow sufficiently accurately to calculate that share price. * Accounting procedures do not affect the values determined above. The problems with Cedar were due to concerns over the way orders won but not executed or paid for were included in P & L accounts. This affected the share price very quickly. How many other companies, especially techs, will have done the same thing? None of this is new. Apparently, years ago, Wellcome used to ship large quantities of drugs to warehouses just before year-end so that, in accounting terms, they had left the site. This increased materials shipped and decreased stocks in accounting terms. It made no difference at all in reality, except that we had to pay for additional warehousing, but the books looked better. I have no first-hand knowledge of this, but it wasn't a secret. BAY is looking good for that bounce, but I am concerned that the 200d EMA is around 350p (from memory). This should provide a short term resistance, so there's less to go for. BGY bounced strongly and on cue from the support offered by the triangle. At least one chartist is fairly keen on them, but I suspect that 258p, the level of the original ascending triangle will prove to be a substantial barrier. BLND is down almost at the top boundary of a triangle formed after it rose from another, bigger triangle. Hopefully it will bounce up from that. Alexon is a pain. I should have bought at 85/90p and now look at them; makes you weep. Indie
11/6/2001
10:17
taximania: Peter - you old killjoy you, just a little test ie if you accept the premis that charts can predict a falling share price they should also be able to predict one that will rise, the results are there for you to see , you can draw your own conclusions.I wouldn't know a chart from a map of buried treasure but there you go.
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