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|dreamsurfer141: Relations with Shareholders
The Company encourages dialogue with both its institutional and private investors and responds promptly to all questions verbally or in writing. The Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Financial Officer are the principal spokesmen for the Company and attend meetings with analysts and institutional shareholders throughout the year. The Annual General Meeting is used as an opportunity to communicate with private investors, as is the Company's website (www.imate.com) which includes Company announcements, information on the Group's activities and products and details of the Company's share price. All shareholders have at least 21 days' notice of the Annual General Meeting.|
|hugepants: There were large sells at 0.1p on Friday. Whats the point? The current share price is at a massive discount to net cash and an even bigger discount to NAV. And the company said at the results they reasonably expect to have funding for the next 12 months. Then there are the new devices to be launched in February. If these are a success then there could be an opportunity to either sell the business or raise more money. But selling at 0.1p makes no sense at all!!!|
|andrbea: maybe the directors should issue a 'no reason for the fall in share price" RNS.
it's 60% in a day...|
|mali7: We had a big seller before selling 1M shares at 3p when share price was around 8p. Now propably same seller, selling a large chunk at 0.5p. Looks like bust.
I have been a long-term holder, my holding its not worth selling as the loss is hughe. Will be holding for any miracle turnaround otherwise will have to just write off.
Its sad that a a great company and product and prospect as I-mate, has to go down like this, and I would only blame management! Its no point saying our supplier caused this and that, the management is there to sort things out not just burn the cash available. Anyway I hope it can be turnaround...but every day seems like best not to waste time here and try to recoup losses elsewhere...|
|andrbea: agreed .. if the share price plummets Jim can buy up all the shares for peanuts.
But why go private when all the rivals are publically-quoted multinationals?
wouldn't make sense IMO. You need to be a listed company to compete in this tough smartphone market.
A listing in Dubai would't be strong enough either, in a global marketplace.
If he wants to stay on AIM maybe he should copy cfm (where the share price is also low right now) and do a share buyback. That's what cfm are going to do (and look how cheap they're going to get them!)
|mushington: It looks to me that JM is trying to keep the share price as low as possible in order to offer the shareholders pitance so that he can take the co. private - as a significant contract with Airtel fails to even get a mention on the RNS|
|spurberry: and where will the share price go?|
|andrbea: maybe they can't comment on the decline in share price because of the closed period before the results?|
|mali7: so true, todays share price movement looks like they are going bust...But that would still mean they will distribute left over cash, wouldnt they, which should equal more then £4M?
Question is: Should we buy more at this level?|
|latifs100: "I put in the statement that cash in hand at US$65m, ..... just on cash bais alone, how much is the share price valued at..tia
we need a statement jim morrison|
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