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|I was a holder 3 or 4 years ago and did very well with CMS back then. Like most of you as well I would imagine, I always like to keep an eye on a previous holding for other bite somewhere down the road should the opportunity arise. But I must confess, this is the only company (I've probably ever owned about 30 or so) that I have been reluctant to get back into. I honestly can't put my finger on it, but something is missing here. And it's definitely not the very astute fellow posters I have just been reading in the previous posts. So Morph is still on the sidelines for the time being, and I'll keep a close eye on all developments. GL all|
|Very good and the news I was waiting for.|
|RNS Number : 2336R
07 December 2016
Confirmation of Reduction of Capital Exercise
The Company is pleased to confirm that it has today received the confirmation of the High Court in London approving a reduction of the Company's capital ("Capital Reduction"), following receipt of shareholder approval at the general meeting on 9 November 2016. The completion of the Capital Reduction has resulted in an increase in the distributable reserves of the Company of approximately £22.5m from the Company's merger reserve, capital redemption reserve and share premium account. The increase in the Company's distributable reserves will support future dividend payments.|
|Edmundshaw yes agree however it's not good that no one is really happy other than the one person who inexplicably has praise for zip explanation that one looks like a human resources plant to me lol.I watched the recent presentation on YouTube and was left very unimpressed. I guess they can try and bury the print business for the foreseeable immediate future so long as they can buy digital bolt ons with equity. However these all goodwill asset poor listed companies have a long track record of unpleasant outcomes for shareholders.|
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|MRF, that guy was there for only 3 months, and it was back in 2014. Nevertheless, not good. Other reviews are mixed, and there are always two sides to each story... people like to believe any failings are someone else's fault, so risky to make conclusions fromsuch reports. Still, my wild guess would be that the IT side is less well managed because management is not highly IT-literate. In IT, managers often think the easy things are hard and the hard things are easy. And everyone always wants training.|
|I always knew you were "The King of Cool" even when it comes to writing headers for bulletin boards.|
Which one is GHF, and don't say the good looking one ;))
Definitely Steve McQueen...been remarked upon frequently ;-)
Thanks for positive messages guys.
|Dreadful and rather alarming employee reports on glassdoor. One guy even fell asleep regularly on the job.https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Reviews/Communisis-Reviews-E12632.htm|
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|Matt, The scarlet pimperCod actually appeared here a week or two back - just a fleeting visit it seems, to join in a grumble about the current regime for pension deficits. Then he was... gone!|
|woof woof :-)|
|Lol Definitely not but Yul Brynner and I have similarities.
Still researching this one but most likely will buy for the income.|
|Nice to see some familiar and friendly monikers appearing here to cheer up us long term sufferers! Here's hoping you bring some positive momentum with you :-)|
|BB2 After our recent twitter conversations I highly suspect you are the good looking one!!|
|Which one is GHF, and don't say the good looking one ;))|
|It reminds me of ---
Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, Eli Wallach, Robert Vaughn, Brad Dexter, and James Coburn....|
|This getting like the gathering of the long term ADVFN subscribers.Am sure you are lurking JTCod and pleased to see returning investors, assuming you are still invested here. This is one share that does print some very solid and predictable rounded bottom reversals / bowls .. whatever term you choose. It usually also gives you plenty of time to get long in it before making its rapid move upwards.Irrespective of whether I am invested or not at any one time, it has always remained on my monitor because of this propensity.The BOT trading on SETS seems to round more 'curvily' than any MM stock|
|Hi alter ego, thanks|
|Good to see you back GHF. Lets hope that your return is both a good omen and the catalyst for an overdue upturn in the shareprice ! :-)|
|hope that works out well for you owenski. Have held these for several years and so far rather disappointing on the share price front. Perhaps you will bring me some luck :-)|
|Bought a few today, recent presentation was convincing enough.|
|Quite a flurry of AT trades just gone through in last 10 mins...institutional transactions presumably...|
|Thanks for that zho and welcome back GHF,,,,,delighted you see the value here not forgetting the excellent yield :-)|
|The Naked Fund Manager looks at pension deficits in relation to sensitivity to discount rates.
"What's interesting is not that these companies have big pension obligations, that aren't well funded. This is already known and priced in. What is interesting, however, is how much these obligations could shrink next time the pension trustees mark their discount rates to the current yield curve."
|Still slowly scaling in here. Evening & welcome back also ghf.|
Courtesy to say I've also rejoined the party. In good company with a number of respected investors already here. The recent presentation - thanks for posting links Mas & sharw - & some further consideration tempted me back in.
I posted on here a couple of years ago that Andy Blundell impressed me at the Mello Derby event (Nov 2014), both the substance of his presentation and in a personal capacity when I chatted afterwards. In the time since I find it hard to believe the share price has fallen 34% !!!
It was always the lack of free cashflow & debt that were my main concerns rather than the pension deficit. To be honest, I was also bewildered at the proposed price of the Life Marketing acquisition. However that's firmly in the past now.
If they can demonstrate strong cash generation and bring net debt down while maintaining the current dividend payment, as they plan to, then the share price should (finally) take care of itself....especially when on a prospective PER of 5.7 for 2017 with 7.1% yield.