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|The last GATE trade was 3 and a half weeks ago: 4 million shares at 3p per share (£120K.), equivalent to 150p adjusted for the 50:1 consolidation.
Currently there are 5 sellers offering, and one buyer bidding.
The buy bid is for 340,900 shares at 1.25p.
The lowest sell offer is of 400,000 shares for 20p.
The Company’s Ordinary Shares of 0.01 pence each, were as a result of a resolution passed at an Extraordinary General Meeting (“EGM”) on 23 October 2015, for the Shares of 0.02 pence each (nominal value) to be sub-divided into two shares of 0.01 pence each (nominal value). This follows another approval from the shareholders to sub-divide Ordinary Shares of one pence each (nominal value) into 50 Ordinary Shares of 0.02 pence each (nominal value) at an Extraordinary General Meeting (“EGM”) on 27 August 2015.
Gate Ventures Shares were delisted from AIM on 23rd July 2015.
There are no restrictions on the transfer of the Company’s Ordinary Shares. A Matched Bargain Service is provided by Capita Asset Services on behalf of Gate Ventures Plc.
Gate Ventures Plc has registered with a share trading platform called ‘Britdaq’. Britdaq offers “share matching services” which will provide shareholders with a means to buy and sell shares online. It is intended that this will complement the existing Capita platform. This new service has gone live.
You can find more information and details on how you can register with Britdaq to be able to use its services at www.britdaq.com, or you can contact Britdaq directly for more information by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
To trade via Britdaq, your shares will need to be in certificated (i.e. paper) form. You can contact your broker to help arrange this if they are currently held electronically (i.e. in CREST). You can also email any questions to Gate Ventures directly via email@example.com"
|lol TBM so humble of you, getting smashed up on CBUY must have been a bit of a wake up call to you|
|Very pleased for you.
Winnie, THE FAT MAN and their gang might just now might require my services.
I will go to the company and say sorry on their behalf. ( for a fee )
That fee will go to help the poor of this world.|
ten bag man
|Thanks Tbm,you was definitely on the ball with this one and it only took 9 months to sell my trades at an incredible price of £20 per share(old money)..:)
It was pure luck that i put in £12700 the day before at £2.40:)
This really has made my year and most of my profit will be put away towards my property.There was one guy (who i can't name),buying up just about all the shares at 20p then 23p and a few at 40p...He must be well gutted but also relieved i guess.Just to think that Gate has had quite a few good RNS's lately and some good investments in the bag.I expect this will be trading again in the not so far future but at what price i wonder?
Anyway Tbm,thank you very much for all the support and i wish you all the best in your investment choices.That's me finished here as my work is done:)
Take care pal.
Well done !!
All my posts here have been proved spot on.
The shorters have been smashed to bits They can't get hold of the shares and the clock keeps ticking.
They walked into a deep pit, and will have to pay dear for the ladder.
Time and time again they had the chance to get out,(but they knew best.)
If I was a shareholder with (undelivered shares) I Would demand them within 48 hours.
If I was a shareholder with delivered shares I would sell ITRO 50P to £2.50 to the highest bidder.|
ten bag man
which is why you only post on this thread using this username hey tara ?
|Wanted to say..Thank you lovely shorters.Made a massive amount of profit at 20p per share the other day.Gate has made my year:)
Very dangerous game,shorting and the old saying is...If you play with fire,you will get burnt.
Anyway over and out...TALLY HO GATE:)))))))))|
|The last matched price was at 40p or 4000p old money - shorters getting seriously screwed.
40 (25,000) 07/03/2016
1.4B is not a fair valuation by approx 1.39B imho. but just goes to show that shorters need to be careful.|
I'm looking to tidy up some tax stuff by end of year. If anyone has a small number of GATE shares to sell me I'd be a buyer of stock at 1p (100p old money). Please direct message me via Advfn if you are interested.
I don't want to get into a debate on what is fair value and a slagging match about prices and if the company is a fraud or not. Just looking for a few shares to clear up a position.
|Loglorry.....yes,I am fully aware of the sub division.
All I am saying is that who would want to sell at 0.1 or even 0.01.
I know the market capital is way too high but as you should know,many companies on aim are either under valued or overvalued.
I am afraid the shorters will have to pay for this.
I agree that 30p is way too high but once again,I can't see anyone selling near the penny.
I originally bought in at £2.40 so 2.4p would break me even.
I guess you can call it stale mate.|
|neo19 you are aware there has been a 1:100 division?
1p on Britdaq is 100p in old money? There are now 3.4bn shares in issue 1p is a market cap of £34m. That seems like a pretty high valuation for a company which was removed from AIM because its NOMAD quit.
Anyway good luck.
|You are deluded|
|Some buyers have cropped up now.
Looks like they aren't prepared to pay anywhere near 30p...
|Yep totally nuts. I would advise anyone holding this to sell on BritDAQ for anything above 0.1p (e.g 10p before the share split). Even at that price they are getting way above what its worth.
I doubt the 30p trade was real probably GATE doing its old buying from itself trick. I notice nobody bidding for any stock now!|
|You gotta laugh...
Last trade done at 30p apparently giving this a tentative Billion MCap.
Shares in Issue 3,426,851,900
|A billion quid cap............. and 8 staff|
|I see there are some sellers of stock on BritDAQ one at 12p (£12 old money) here hxxps://www.britdaq.com/match/434. No buyers yet though.|
|LSE tightens up on Aim’s cash shells
16th October 2015
|Well it looks as though Gate is nicely building up it's portfolio of deals and i have a feeling that Gate will relist on another exchange in the not so far future and at a higher price of 40p a share currently.......BRING IT ON I SAY!...Poor Winnie and the rest of the shorters... Lol|
|Dear me,yet more bad news for the shorts.!!!
( WINNIE and his shorting gang did their very best to try and persuade Mr Grade to stay clear of the company.)
28 September 2015
Gate Ventures Plc
(“Gate Ventures” or the “Company”;)
Appointment of Deputy Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer
The Board of Gate Ventures Plc is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Grade as Non-Executive Deputy Chairman and Michael Linnit as Chief Strategy Officer with immediate effect.
Gate has recently invested in the much anticipated and publicised West End production of Sunset Boulevard, which will run in a limited season of 43 performances at ENO’s London Coliseum, beginning on 1 April 2016. Directed by Lonny Price, and starring multiple Academy Award nominated actress Glenn Close, Sunset Boulevard is the second production in the partnership between the English National Opera (“ENO”) and the GradeLinnit Company, a company formed in 2008 by Michael Grade and Michael Linnit.
As Deputy Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer of Gate Ventures, Michael Grade and Michael Linnit will assist the Company to take a more active role in production and to produce further shows of similar quality and scale as Sunset Boulevard.
Michael Grade has over 40 years’ experience in the entertainment industry. He became deputy controller of entertainment programmes at London Weekend Television in 1973, moving on 11 years later to become controller of BBC One and became BBC TV’s director of programmes two years later. In 1988, Michael Grade became Chief Executive at Channel 4, bringing the hugely popular American series’ Friends and ER to British television. He left Channel 4 in 1997 and has been involved in numerous companies including First Leisure, Camelot, Pinewood Studios and Ocado. Michael Grade was awarded CBE in 1998 for his significant achievements in broadcasting.
Michael Linnit’s career spans over 50 years having worked in London, Broadway, and Hollywood. In 1970 Michael Linnit moved to New York to work for Ashley Famous Agency and in 1971 he became Vice-President of the Company, representing actors, writers, and directors in Hollywood. In 1973 Michael Linnit produced his first West End play What if You Died Tomorrow by David Williamson and has since produced a succession of plays for both the West End and globally. In 1986 Michael Linnit returned to Hollywood and continued to produce both live entertainment and television programmes, including Fire & Ice, which was awarded Best Television Spectacular by the American Critics Circle. Mr Linnit has recently co-produced Tom Stoppard plays Jumpers and Rock ‘N’ Roll, Michael Frayn’s Democracy, Alan Bennett’s The History Boys, the highly popular Michael Morpurgo’s War Horse and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time with the National Theatre. .
Dr Johnny Hon, Chairman of Gate Ventures PLC, commented: “The addition of Michael Grade and Michael Linnit to the Board of Gate Ventures represents the commitment of the Company to become a major participant in the entertainment industry. Lord Grade and Mr Linnit are both highly respected in the UK entertainment industry and their extensive experience and contacts will assist Gate Ventures as an active producer to scale up its operations. We look forward both of our new Directors to contributing further to highly commercially successful entertainment projects in the future.”|
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