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|Answer came in the post today - initial payment.|
|I got what looks like 1.8p a share into my account last week.
Does anyone know if this is an interim or final payment from the Liquidators??|
|No worries my mate, back to your day job ;-)|
|not interested in divs - they will yeild 5% per annum at the most if other companies are anything to go by|
|Sorry sparks, meant future divs; will return imo fantastic returns in the future.|
|but the divs are only for people who held on 27th Mar - no good buying now surely|
|Dividends my friend!, dividends!|
|why would anyone buy now if they are delisting? Selling them in teh future will be nigh impossible...|
|Their news was amazing! not really weird, quadrupled my money in a week or so, but they still aint getting them.
Last day to buy shares tomorrow! don't miss out!
|something v weird going on here|
|5-day chart showing bid/offer spread shaded - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - and intraday chart
+ 3 month charts -----------------------------------------------------------and 2 year charts
|Might be the best ever April fool's day long-term buy seen in stockmarket history!!!!! Mind the spread though!
lol lol ..............................................and more lol lol lol|
|April fool....who sold their shares!!!!!!! lol lol
|Ian - My assumption is simply that the price was driven back up by loonies who were either; blissfully unaware of the sizeable payment and saw it as "a fall overdone", or thought that they'd still get the payment buying in yesterday.
However, I'm only a casual observer here, so please check the facts carefully before making a trading decision and don't rely on my musings...
I can't get my head around the share price either.
does 15p ex-div not equate to 32p last week ??
I had intended to hold on to some as a long-term punt - not sure now, may sell them tomorrow.|
|Why have people chased the share price back up today?
Surely, it's ex-payment?
|If you can ring your broker and have the trade settled today. i.e you pay for it then you'll be ok. My money won't clear in time and this company is not cfd tradeable either.|
|Cheers looks like i missed the boat?|
|No you're not but you wouldn't have time for your share buy to settle now (Standard settlement dates are 3 trading days) to be before the record date. Shame, i was going to pile in here too!|
|Am I being dim? CMF are offering 17p final div if you purchase before the 27th of this month after that they will no longer trade on AIM|
|Got my 20p / share yesterday on the shares I tendered
Still holding some in my SIPP - record date for 17p div is 27th March, then de-list 3rd April|
|Number of shares tendered was less than max, so all valid tenders will be paid.|
|Like encarter, my plan was to take the 17p offer and retain a rump holding in the unlisted company just in case it ever hit the jackpot or got bought out.
However, I've just received the tender offer from my broker (Barclays), and realised that, whilst if I accept the tender it will be crystallising a capital loss, if I take the dividend the 17p will be treated as income (and so be taxable). This, of course, makes the dividend option very unattractive. Can anyone confirm this interpretation?
Barclays also state that the maximum share buy-back will be £2,228,116.40 (i.e. 11,140,582 shares), whereas the RNS on 19/12/08 stated: "There will be a limit on the total amount to be returned to shareholders in the region of £3.8 million, subject to further detailed analysis." As there are over 20 million shares in issue, I take it that either institutions holding around 50% of the company have already advised that they intend to opt for the dividend, or the tenders to sell will be scaled back (leaving most holders with a tiny residual holding). Common sense suggests the former to be the more likely explanation, but again I'd be interested in the views of others.|
|greenisgood average doesn't matter, they are giving you 17p a share and letting you keep them. Or you can have 20p, the difference is only 3p a share so i'll be taking the 17p and keeping my slice of the future. The shares cost 11p this morning, even now you can pay 18p and get 17p back and still keep your shares.
I had a similar stock at the end of the tech boom with a company whos name escapes me now. The share price was marked down along with the rest of the sector and just as they were about to come good they annouced that they were giving cash back to any shareholders who wanted it. Most took the money but not directors and not me. About 2 years later they took my shares off me and gave me about 10x their original value.
A bit of research tells me that CMR could be onto something. I'll do a bit more digging and see what i can turn up.|