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|Thanks Weatherman. Also a piece on same webpage about Premier Oil and lenders having a say on new projects going forward.
Recent FIH results show "business as usual".|
New CE of FIG is a Rowland just like at FIH - coincidence?
|I sold the rest on Friday I think could have a quick 10 - 15% correction|
|I sold a chunk this morning up 20% and looking like it could correct but I may be wrong but have enough invested to make it work either way|
|When you look at all the failed growth stories on aim, a recovering asset play is probably a safer bet. I did well in Avesco.|
|Yes, as predicted, moving back to around £3 which is the NAV per share.|
|Still moving ahead slowly.|
|New presentation on the website showing Net Asset Value £3.10 per share, £14m of cash and strategy on future acquisition. Worth a look.|
|Thanks Weatherman. I have repeated my last post, slightly amended:
This is a low risk,very stable, conservatively run company. Using the normal valuation methods it is a real bargain at £2.00 by my reckoning. Also by the reckoning of W H Ireland who give it a target of £3.00.
The P/E is modest and net asset value per share is about £3.10, with £1 per share held in cash after netting off the small amount of debt.
Following Wednesday's announcement from the FO that various agreements with Argentina on trade, oil and other things are now in place, and with the strengthening outlook for oil, I expect the share price to progress towards its historic level.|
|OK - I've now created a new thread.|
|is this company still trading and making a profit?|
|Will we ever get any compensation or return on these shares|
|How is the company doing now that it has been in receivership for some time???|
|Its a matter of opinion whether the food was tasty. We ate there once (Guildford). The service was appalling, and the choices on the menu very 'samey'. I like my vegetables on the 'undercooked' side but these were on the wrong side of raw!|
|No, the shares are worthless and the stock has been deleted from the AIM at 0p per share. Its a shame becuase the restaurants serve very tasty food.|
|are these shares worth anything|
|Is that that then?
Have we all lost every penny. Anyone any info?|
|Obviously no directors purchases despite a share price collapse was a clear sign.
A lesson to be learnt for the future|
|Now look out for who is behind the bids for purchasing the remains. Could prove to be a lesson for us all. Dont hold yor breath for us shareholders.|
|Usually there is nothing left over for the shareholders but I wonder if there will be in this particular case as there seems to be some profitable bits left to the business.|
|Yes its an exceedingly ill looking fish by all accounts.. its a shameit really is.. although the restaurants will cotinue trading as normal..|
|Well, at least I took my own advice and was waiting to see what the next 6 months brought.
I had been tempted at various points but all the signs said "wait and see" so I did and there we have it.
I am guessing that their trading conditions were continuing to deteriorate otherwise I would have thought that some judicious, if somewhat painful, surgery would have saved the profitable core of restaurants but there we go.
Bad luck to all holders. The only thing to do is look at what happened and learn from the mistake.|
|Dead fish....it is now. I have been watching this one...quite a spectacular collapse due to over-expansion. Very much a case of good restaurants....too expensive....wrong locations. Their Solihull restaurant never has a few more than a couple of people in it and must have lost a stack. I am surprised that there are no comments today...I don't own shares and I found this one interesting!|