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|LEO is a really cheap one.|
|does anyone have a current list of AIM shells as I am on the lookout for one? please contact me privately..thanks|
|PMA at 0.20p.
Research posted on the PMA thread, ready for some large rises imo. DYOR.|
Cash shells: AIM's best-kept secret
Article Date: May 21 2009
Cash shells offer another way to float
Deciding to take your company public at the moment seems as eyebrow-raising a move as streaking at a national sporting event.
A cash shell might offer a more discreet solution. Essentially, a cash shell is a company with not much more than a stock market listing, some cash in the coffers and a director or two. It can provide a less risky route to the public markets than an initial public offering (IPO).|
|cash shell route as a delisting hedge. two more companies delisting today. CLV and ACER.|
|some definitions for people new to cash shells
|what about cn. everybody?
up 17% today
it's a cash shell too|
|ticker symbol AIM. UNFORTUNATLY UP OVER 600%.|
|bp. commercialisation agreement have been terminated but they still hold the rights to the technology. but please dyor.|
|wsen too of course.|
The Company announces that it has agreed to terminate the various agreements
entered into between the Alecto Energy Group and CSIRO in relation to the
commercialisation of CSIRO's hydrogen micro fuel cell technology ("PEM
|two others that i hold.
ALO - has an option on CSIRO PEM fuel cell technology but is classified as an investing company. 0.15P to buy
NGP - investing company. has cash. 0.17p to buy with around 100 mill shares in issue.
both have no debt.|
|huy suspended today
so not many cash shells left with live listings
and reasonable cash & debt position
|this thread is inspired by a post today by sipsop2
it explains the interest - just now - in cash shells on AIM:
"In the present nervous environment, cash shells are one of the few viable routes to market," asserts Rob Smith, serial AIM company finance director.
Smith finds the process of reversing into listed shells easier and cheaper than the traditional IPO, which on AIM will cost about £500,000.
"You don't have to pay brokers for finding money, making the shell route slightly cheaper," he says. "And when you want to raise money by the traditional means, you have to see around 100 fund managers and potential investors.
"In the current market, with people sitting on their hands, you may have to see even more fund managers. The attraction of a cash shell is that you only have to persuade two or three people."
|started this thread to keep tabs on the current crop of hot cash shells
meq, eam, huy, wsen are some possibilities to get us started
anyone with any others can use this thread to tell investors 'what's hot'|
|LONDON (AFX) - Hacas Group PLC said it is confident of exceeding its revenue
targets for the year as a whole after it raised first half pretax profit by 43
It said improved performance has continued in the second half which will
include a full six months contribution from SDP Regeneration Services.
The group also said that following the announcement made on May 16,
discussions are continuing which may lead to an offer being made for the group.
Pretax profit in the six months to March 31 2003 was 2.39 mln stg, up from
1.68 mln, on turnover of 8.14 mln compared with 6.82 mln.
Earnings per share grew to 5.56 pence from 3.87 pence and the interim
dividend was hiked 26 pct to 0.85 pence from 0.675 pence a year earlier.
|Anyone with some information on the approach? This could see 2 pounds quickly...|
|Huge surge today!|
|Now, this is what I call a good day!|
|Yes, this one has been dormant so long I'd almost given up looking at it. Must bode well for the results. We never have big purchases like this. They rarely disappoint.|
|Today's trades look interesting, given the run up to results.|
|Great Results. Back to £1.30 very soon I think. Onwards and upwards!|
|Well if they are indeed losing some former Chapman staff where are they going to go?Only to a lesser company.In my experience people who were carried by a former company can usually only last the pace for a limited time .People leaving are usually always accounted for in a merger /takeover it is part of the process.I still think they have a monopoly in this market and expect good profits to be announced in the coming weeks as usual.I personally would be disappointed if they did not excced the forecast (as in the past they do ).
Time will tell!|
|Merry Christmas to all HACAS holders!|
|what's all this then? Anyone have any views on this latest placing announcement?|