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|fishermansfriend: TXO have managed to sneak ahead of CTFA in the race to see which delists from AIM first.
"TXO (TXO) has – after two months of searching – failed to find a Nomad to act for it after the resignation of Northland. Consequently it will be boosted off the AIM casino next week.
I have spoken to boss Tim Baldwin who insists that most shareholders will actually welcome this as AIM is an expensive place for microcaps to raise money and maintain a listing......"
"Baldwin blames the structure of AIM but also an “internet troll” for TXO’s disastrous share price decline pre de-listing..."
"The sad reality for Mr Baldwin is that after RAM and Cientifica, TXO is his third AIM disaster in three years. It’s a hat-trick for Mr Baldwin and the investor community has lost trust in him completely. And whatever TXO says, it has missed operational target after operational target and has had an endless need for cash and thus it must take a large degree of responsibility for its own demise as a listed entity...."
With another month to go before CTFA also delists, we can safely assume neither TXO nor CTFA will be appearing at the UK Investor Show this year LOL|
|yarsan: You can argue all you like about the price of Graphene, but...
... since CTFA hasn't actually made a single investment in the area, and doesn't actually have any current proposals for such investments, and doesn't actually have any money in order to make any such proposals in the future....
I can't possibly see what the price of graphene, one way or another, matters to this POS scam.
What matters is the embarrassingly bad placing that they're trying to complete. Looks like you can see how well it's going by the recent collapse in the share price.|
|knigel: Yarsan, as I stated before - looking to exit or at least reduce if share price reached 5-6p. Is this Tim Baldwin the same one being discussed on the PFP thread tonight?!|
|knigel: Well unlike TXO the CTFA share price is quite chipper with 99% of investors focusing on the growth potential of graphene while 1% focus on one of several directors!!!|
Greetings from another poor punter who lost money on Voller Energy.
We do not know for sure whether this Stephen Voller is the same chap but one does need to know more about London Graphene before seeing the connection as beneficial to Cientifica.We are told very little but, for what this is worth, I will check whether LG has a web-site.
Being a recent shareholder in GRPH (whose share price has been doing well)I had a good look at Cientifica yesterday and decided to hold off until something tangible develops. I don't think I shall be investing quite yet.|
|knigel: NO I said before I would try to get back to breakeven here so looking for 5p minimum. I'm not going to ramp the share and say "buy! buy! buy!" just to try to get a spike to exit - believe it or not that's not something I approve of (before you start - I use the CR thread for heads up on share price movements and to also state if I see a movement coming)
My point was correct - wasn't it? The share price is double cash NAV so obviously the excitement is graphene and the pending first investment. It has to be good to justify the share price and I suspect the acquisition will require a further placing and a higher share price obviously is good for the terms of any investment. I am just concerned for newbies as nothing is a cert and I personally stated 200k is more than enough here and I will not be adding at this price..
However, if this excitement continues then 5-7p will be here far sooner than I ever expected - whether the share price s/b at this level or not.|
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