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|omerta: Thanks for your efforts D/S.... this alliance networking is just as GS explained his strategy to me approx 12months ago. I am putting the share price second ( have to in these markets!!!!) and am far more interested in the "building blocks" being put in place. Perhaps we can e-mail if you think it's worthwhile. In your court. Thanks again.|
|noah: I suspect when the TRANSFERS begin to happen, the share price will react.|
|digital sport: PDMARR- no ,not ramping,that would mean i am trying to influence the share price by encouraging people to buy.....come on PDMARR not even you thinks that i have the power to do that. Yes, bull on the stock, nothing wrong with that,i have done my homework and invested my money!!I am entitled to say why i am positive about DTL.
If you look at any of my posts there has been no buying that correspondes to the said posts, the rises in share price have only come on actual news.
A lier you say !!! please tell me what lies ? give me an example of please|
|scorpion 40: Quite simple. To become a major player in the sector through organic growth, carefully selected acquisitions and senior appointments whilst keeping the cost base at a sustainable level. They also intend minimising risk by entering other synergistic areas. You don't have to be an expert to see this. Seems like a reasonable strategy to me and one that will no doubt take time to deliver results.
They have made good progress and the reorganisation certainly puts them in a better position to create a profitable and sustainable business. A benchmark for success is when the market appreciates what they are doing and the share price improves.|
|bruce the goldfish: Scorpion 40 - "Can't you yet see what DTL's game plan is????" well the market certainly can't as since yesterdays announcement the share price has actually fallen. Would you care to enlighten us all...
|noah: At the AGM on the 27th of June shareholders are to be asked to vote on a change of name to BASE GROUP. This change of name will be more in line with its current business of a SPORTS AGENCY.
With a number of deals expected in THE FOOTBALL WORLD to be made towards the end of this month and beyond then the shareholders of this company should benefit if players like HARRY KEWELL and MARCUS BENT move on.
The share price has had a little run of late, but could well take off again on any positive news. In IMHO it looks like good news in the near future for BASE GROUP. DYOR|
|digital sport: T0350-No,it would not be a problem for me so long ,as you say at a premium!!
There is no doubt in my mind that they have to grow the share price! and i think like yourself i am quite happy to wait!!|
|omerta: I agree DS.the market quickly became disllusioned with the company when boxing and particularly Warren came into the frame. The steady fall in the share price can be traced back to that announcement. At the time Gary was keen to let the world know that his intention was to build a multi - sports agency ... hence the swift distancing its self from onefootball.com Of course,at that time the word "digital" had a far better connotation than it does now.... hence the forthcoming change of name. The longer term aim is to create a multi - sport identity but football is now going to be the platform from which to build. Privately he now admits that Warren was a mistake, an error of judgement which,as you say cost not only money but valuable management time.
Then came the WIE.debacle.
Strip away the hype and I suggest that Mr.Smith has quite a lot of fence building to do. The market will also need to see if he can "really" run two companies. To the outside world he may well have moved across at DTL. BUT in reality it is merley cosmetic and his 11%+ still counts when policy/decisions are being made around the table.
He is used to having a loyal following,but two mistakes will inevitably raise question marks.!!!! At this point he NEEDS to pull something major out of the bag.|
|bruce the goldfish: Morning all...
Yep CB, the chart looks bad but for me that is one of the attractions of the share as imho it signifies that DTL has been significantly oversold. If you looked at the chart for SWD you would never have bought in at 3p and would have been left kicking yourself when they went to 18p a matter of days later. The current share price is backed by cash alone, theres no debt, a growing profitable business and the share trades at a significant discount to NAV. That makes it a decent buy in my book. As for buying another dog stock, I have made my fortune by investing in companies that include SWD, EIC, LGD, AQG, to name just a few...
|bruce the goldfish: Morning gents, just to let you know that I have joined the so-called party also today. I first bought into DTL at 2p after a tip in the Daily Mail regards the Sports Network deal well over a year ago now. Nothing happened over the next 6 months or so other than the share price falling to 1p in which I took the opportunity to average down, the next week I sold out my entire holding for 1.75p making a decent return in the end after the initial 50% loss on my first holding.
At 0.4p DTL is significantly undervalued imho. The company has a market cap of £2.5m, and in a recent interview with Bloomberg Paul McCaughey, Commercial Director of DTL, announced that the company had no cash problems and that it actually had more than £2m earning interest in the bank. His exact words were:
"We still have in excess of two million pounds; we are not short of cash"
DTL recently acquired ICON (a football agency) which has dealt with 2 of the largest British transfers of the year, which alone are expected to deliver £1m of turnover and £600k profit. In the same Bloomberg interview, McCaughey claimed that ICON expects:
"to become significantly profitable in the next twelve months"
With the 2002 World Cup knocking at the door, companies with any kind of exposure to the event will draw attention from the investing public. This all makes DTL an excellent recovery stock in the near-term imho.
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