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Directex Real LSE:DXR London Ordinary Share GB00B01B0B28 ORD 0.4P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 4.375p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
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Media 0.0 -1.3 -1.6 - 1.96

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24/1/2011
19:15
marab: This is a re-run of the Landers chapter of DXR. They released no news and the share price drifted down and they bought more shares as everybody exited for more exciting stocks. TW tipped this share to his followers who have bought up to 6p and are now sitting on a 30%+ loss. That means the share has to go up 50% just for them to break even. TW needs to add value here and can do so in 3 ways that I can think of. He can do something at AHG and hope that that casts a favourable light on DXR. He can buy more shares here to encourage people to think it is a good investment. He can ramp the hell out of it, although quite how you do that without telling people what they have invested in beats me. Unless we get a good NAV of course, which will be calculated by TW on investments we can't quantify or check. Basically the public NAV here will be whatever TW says it is. There is also the fourth option, that DXR gets sold on to someone else to play with. jaylett, "("TIM") will receive a fee equivalent to 15% of the increase in the net asset value ("NAV") of the Company payable in shares at the NAV each quarter." Doesn't matter what the share price is, and if people sell because of lack of information TW's funds can buy when the share price is less than NAV. TW, his funds and associates are the only ones who will know what the NAV is, although this is not in any way insider trading because ..... answers on a postcard please. drrichard, "the stock selection is pretty good" and you can buy them directly. The question is, Does TW's 15% on NAV increase make it cheaper to buy directly or not? "we could look on it as an opportunity to accumulate stock cheaply" is a good point depending only on whether TW still has his original stake here or whether he has sold part or all of his holding. If he still holds, then buying at a 15% discount to 3.8p would give a safer investment in DXR in regard to TW funds. Interesting to note that TW said he would buy within 30 seconds of the EGM and he announced at Minesite that investments had been made. I am sure that many sold DXR shares because they thought that nothing had been purchased, yet from the Minesite presentation it seems that investments could have been made as promised. This is not manipulating the share price though because.... Answers on yet another postcard.
07/12/2010
11:48
marab: leedsu36 - Nope, still here. Haven't sold a single share. I bought more when TW got involved and will stay here and see what happens. Been here before with the Landers, no news, share price goes down. If it gets down low enough I will buy some more maybe. I currently have 1.4% of the issued shares which is a huge amount for me, but if TW can't find a few good deals out there then he should be looking at early retirement. I think silver will be for 2011 what gold was for 2010 and I am betting that TW has a better eye for a bargain than I do. If I do sell any I will let the board know, but certainly not thinking about doing it. A few good deals and the share price will bounce back up, look at the deal HRE made with Ascot Mining. That's the reason I am still here, hoping for more of the same. I doubt very much that TW and co are dragging their feet in order to buy more shares. Silver seems to be rising twice as fast as gold and I would expect TW to get the cash to work as soon as possible. I don't know him so I might be completely wrong, but I doubt if he is happy sitting back watching the DXR price slide. Time will tell, and I don't blame anybody for selling out to go to greener pastures. If enough of you keep selling off you might be able to buy back cheaper before any news comes out.
02/12/2010
10:26
marab: engelo - I totally agree, look at HRE. If TW isn't careful people will start to bail out when ever he comes near a company, which is not something that would make him much money. Doesn't matter if NAV goes up if the share price keeps drifting down. The great thing here is the cash we have and the fact that the funds got in at roughly the current market price. There is no profit unless TW delivers, and that is why I am holding here. So his gold fund is up 70%, look at all the gold stocks that have more than doubled this year. I am hoping a rising silver price will lift the share price here but only if we buy something. I think that a bit of news now and then would help tremendously. The email I received from TW said he was pushing the nomad as hard as possible to get things moving, and while I have no reason to doubt that, I would have appreciated hearing that sooner with perhaps some indication as to why the delay. I think a lot of us have suffered from the lack of news through the Landers period (although credit where it is due they did what they said they would) and fear the same thing is happening here. I know there are rules regarding passing on company info but there ought to be something we can be told now and then just to prove there are things happening. We have a pile of money sitting there and I feel fairly confident that TW will want that working as soon as possible both to boost the share price and the NAV. I draw a degree of comfort from that and the fact that the share price is sitting around the 3.8p mark. My reason for buying here was the sort of leverage TW can get on a deal, look at the Ascot deal by HRE and RRR, and a few of those would encourage investors back in. Hopefully 6 months from now we will be congratulating ourselves on buying these shares. Not that long ago that people were selling RRR at 2.5p because of lack of news, and look what a few RNSs did there.
25/11/2010
14:50
marab: http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/2010/11/25/silver-is-not-the-new-gold.aspx?source=ufwflwlnk0000001 We seem to be doing a rerun of the Ward to Landers chapter. Share price went up to about 3.2p then dropped to as low as 1.35p. Then up to 5.5p. Problem then and now was lack of news flow. Those that bought more as the share price dropped ended up doing well. We are now sitting lower than when the two funds bought in, will they be buying more? DYOR Like many here I hate Kennyruss. He buys shares which are undervalued then takes a profit when they go up. What kind of investor wants to make a profit? And as usual he still appears to have a bigger stake in the company than most of could afford. It's not like he makes money at it either. Well not a lot of money. Yeah okay a lot of money - but is he happy? Pig and faeces spring to mind. A lot of us have made money through observing Kennyruss this year and newcomers to this board may not be aware of his stellar performance this year at least. To those newcomers I would point out that the Funds buying in here paid 3.8p a share, more than the current share price, and they did so expecting to make a profit. This would appear to be a good buying opportunity thanks to Kennyruss selling his million shares and others who were waiting for a quick buck, but again DYOR. I may be wrong but I think that Kennyruss has sold some of his stake here because he believes he can make more money dealing elsewhere, anyone watching his dealings over the last few months will find that easy to believe. Comes down to whether you think TW can make a buck or two, and if so it's cheaper to get in now than a week or two ago. Some of us, like CPS and others, have been in this a while and are happy staying here to see what happens next. Am I buying more? No, because I have no more cash left to invest. Would I be buying more if I could? Hell yes. Kennyruss, don't forget to adjust your holdings in the header.
19/11/2010
08:55
marab: Details of investment by RRR and Tips gold fund into Ascot Mining on the link below. http://www.plusmarketsgroup.com/PLUS_news_story.shtml?NewsID=3848271&ISIN=GB00B2QH7M99/GBX/PLUS-exn Details of funding give an idea of how DXR can get leverage on its funding. TW can get deals for cash investments into companies that most of us can only dream of. Invest in a company (and receive warrants) share price goes up because company now has cash, exercise warrants at big discount to current share price, share price goes up. In the above deal I think the share price has gone up from 20p to 30p on the funding news. 50% in a few days. That's the kind of action I expect here. My opinion only, but looking forward to the CPS Report. DYOR.
17/11/2010
08:15
marab: Been here since 3.2p a share, watched it go down to 1.35p at one point, bought more (but not nearly enough), and did think about selling at many points. Fundamentals are much the same as when I first bought, shell company with cash with a chance of something good being injected into it. There were lots of theories as to what was going to happen to the company back then, and we are going back through the same cycle only this time I would expect it to be a lot quicker. I am sure there are other investors like me in DXR who have a stubborn inclination to hang onto their shares which should really drive the share price up on good news. There are only circa 50 million shares at roughly 5p, how much buying does it take to move the share price? Not a lot I would suggest. As always with this share - all is yet to be revealed. Tips gold fund investment strategy suggests gold or other metals are in DXR's future. So will DXR be reversed into by a mining company or will it become an investment company itself. So where is the downside? Over to you Mr White. DYOR etc. etc.
10/11/2010
20:36
marab: T1ps gold fund can only invest in gold or other minerals and yet has taken about 10% of the company. DXR hasn't got any. So conclusion is that either some metal type company like Ascot will be reversed in or DXR will become an investor in gold and mineral stocks. Bearing in mind that DXR has cash sitting there and many small mining companies are strapped for cash, there would appear to be a good investment opportunity here which ever way it goes. As has been discussed here before, the asset value of the company is about 4p ish with nearly 3p of that in cash. So anything above that is buying into whatever T1ps has planned. Bearing in mind the kind of contacts T1ps has, there has to be an opportunity here for significant uplift of the share price. T1ps appears small enough to be able to invest in smaller companies that might have problems raising cash elsewhere. If the future strategy for DXR includes the words gold or REEs I don't see any problems in getting 75% share holder agreement. I bought yet more today because the speed things are going here I don't see us having to wait long to find out the game plan. I have been here since March and don't intend quitting now. A lot of experienced investors are in DXR now which I also find encouraging. I have no idea how high (or low) the share price will go but am quite happy to wait and find out.
07/11/2010
15:01
kennyruss: Thinking aloud here.. a 5p share price is only £2.5m mkt cap 10p share price is £5m 20p share price is £10m many may laugh at a 20p share price, but with only 50m shares in issue its perfectly feasable with a perfect storm scenario.. the 5p share price is covered by cash, assets and listing - easily If the "buyer" is moving into another sector, I asume the FTR (French Tax recoveries) will be sold on if thats possible. If Volvere is not the buyer here I suspect VLE will take the FTR on for a nominal fee and allocate DXR a final % of recovered money.
10/9/2010
14:08
kennyruss: from my header - why the landers want DXR Why are the Landers & Thain interested in DXR? A few people think they are simply interested in the cash that DXR currently hold and future cash from French Tax Recoveries. However its common belief that this is not the case and the Landers have already stated their intentions in their letter to DXR shareholders. They state "If we are appointed we will seek to maximise shareholder value, whether by returning cash to shareholders, and/or a reverse takeover of the Company or otherwise". From my conversations with both Lander brothers it is my belief that a dividend could be paid to shareholders and an acquisition reversed into DXR. Current cash is estimated at 2.5p per DXR share and the 1.5p per share dividend touted by the previous board could be honoured by the new board. As for the acquisition reversal, it is believed that Interactive Prospect Targeting (IPT) is the "special one". When Volvere acquired IPTH from "DXR" in Sep 2008, the then CEO Lionel Thain followed the business to VLE. Under Thain and VLE's guidance the business has been transformed. Intially VLE bought 100% of the business but it is currently 50% owned by VLE and IPT management. Revenue and profits for the first half of 2009 were £5.2m and £1m. IPT recently paid a £1m dividend to VLE and management and has paid back all loans to management and VLE. So why reverse this business into DXR?. Well in simple terms VLE's share price is well below their current cash position and all of the VLE business portfolio is "in for free". Crystalisation of IPT into DXR is essential for future growth and fund raising. Lionel Thain has unfinished business and DXR is his vehicle to rebuild IPT into the UK's leading online marketing company. Add in the UK tax losses and u see why an IPT reversal into DXR looks nailed on imho
17/2/2010
21:48
kennyruss: copied from motley fool (I'm sure the guy posts on here I think) - similar to the VLE header but more info interesting stuff KEY FACTS Volvere (VLE) is an AIM-quoted acquisition/investment turnaround vehicle. The current market cap is £16.8m at 294p, with 5.7m shares in issue. This compares to around 500p per share of net worth imo, i.e £22m+ of net cash (386p per share), including post-interims dividends from IPT in 2009 and uplift in marketable securities following the H1'09 results, plus my £8m valuation for VLE's investment in IPT and say £500k-£1m for Sira Defence. Tangible net assets at the 30/6/09 interims were around £19m. So VLE has: (1) The £22m+ net cash as above (2) 50% of IPT worth say £8m imo (see below) (3) 100% of Sira Defence worth say £750,000 imo (see below) There have been developments in the last week or two at DXR (another PLC) which suggest - and this is my completely subjective opinion! - that plans may be afoot to crystallise VLE's 50% holding in IPT (also see below). RECENT HISTORY VLE acquired what is now 50% of IPT in Sept'08 for a net acquisition price of just £0.2m (reduced from the original price by loan repayments and dividends received). IPT builds customer prospect databases that are generated through the completion of questionnaires that are distributed principally on prize sites on the internet, such as www.MyOffers.co.uk. IPT has a database of over 5.2m email addresses, 6.8m household postal address and 1.7m telephone and mobile numbers, all of which are opted-in to receive marketing from selected clients. IPT processes over 3m completed prospect questionnaires every month. The company currently employs 57 people and is based in London. IPT performed strongly in H1'09, with revenue and operating profit for the period of £5.2 million and £1.0 million respectively (3 months to 31 December 2008 £2.7 million and £0.4 million). That's an annualised PBT of £2m, or £1m per annum to VLE. Fully taxed at 30%, and on a multiple of say 10 or 11, the stake in IPT must be worth around £8m or more. Sira Defence trades at break-even on around £400,000 of annualised revenue. As a provider of hardware and software CCTV surveillance solutions to the UK Police, judiciary, local councils, gambling industry etc, its solutions - developed in liaison with the Home Office and Met Police - are gaining traction and usage in the UK and abroad. Sira Defence should be worth say £500,000-£1m imo. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS VLE recently RNS'd the calling of an EGM on February 22nd to approve share buybacks - a promising sign of a clear attempt to resolve the apparent undervaluation, one might have thought. But then we got wind of a developments at DXR, where two VLE exec directors (the Lander brothers) and (from memory) the original founder of IPT, Lionel Thain, had requisitioned an EGM just two weeks later on 4th March to oust the current directors and vote themselves on to the Board. Here things get confusing.....VLE's IPT was originally owned by DXR, which sold it to VLE last year. The Lander brothers also used to run DXR a number of years ago prior to VLE. I conclude that the Landers know DXR extremely well. The current DXR directors intend to de-list DXR from AIM and essentially wind it down and distribute its cash. The Landers do not want this to happen and have criticised the current directors for profligacy etc. IMHO the Landers will, if they obtain control of DXR, utilitse it to crystallise the value of IPT (which is currently valued negatively by the market within VLE!). This may be by means of a reverse into DXR or by some other means, but it would likely enable a part or full-disposal of VLE's 50% interest in IPT, or at the least would give that holding a tangible value by means of a PLC quote. The Landers have successfully obtained control of a PLC before by this means when VLE bought NMT PLC at a good discount to its cash resources (this was another of their successes). Certainly VLE's being authorised to buy in its shares just before the DXR vote appears to be a mighty fine coincidence at worst, and at best perhaps a chance for VLE to act quickly to buy in shares just before its intentions re DXR are clarified to the world. OTHER STUFF Web sites : http://www.volvere.co.uk. http://www.ipt-ltd.co.uk/ http://www.siraview.com Major shareholders comprising 75% of the shares in issue are (in % terms): Andrew Cohen 849,666 14.97 Neil Ashley • 355,159 6.3 Jonathan Edward Lander • 550,037 9.7 Black Rock (Nutraco Nominees) 347,744 6.12 State Street Nominees 282,000 4.97 Roy Mitchell 174,133 3.07 Richard Bernard Kalms • 292,822 5.1 Harold Stanley Kalms • 571,287 10.1 Clareco Ltd 182,114 3.21 Nicholas Paul Lander • 291,287 5.1 Ashley Granchildren's' Settlement 250,000 4.41 David Buchler • 104,893 1.80 • = Director I have held VLE since the 100p-150p days as they have patiently expanded and successfully sold prior investments (Vectra Group and Sira Certification) for multiples of their acquisition prices. I await further expansion moves with the cash pile and with IPT.. 75% of VLE's shares are held by directors and a variety of institutions as above including some members of the Kalms (Dixons) dynasty - Stanley Kalms is a director. So the free float is a little limited. Any good news on acquisitions, corporate action or profitability in the core businesses should have a decent effect on the share price. This is an investment for those with patience, but having regularly spoken to the directors I know that they've turned down a lot of acquisitions to make the right ones as listed above, and I believe they will eventually ensure the share price will be far higher than it is currently, especially if Stanley Kalms has anything to do with it (given his and Richard Kalms' personal investments).
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