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|2trying: CT -
Our good friends at Ingenious (IMAC) saw their share price
rise by 28% today . The largest rise on today's stock market .
Not a living soul made any comment on the imac threads/bboards .
How strange .
OK Ingenious sold their investment in "Cream" to an American company .
Nothing wrong with that you say .
Wait a minute - what's this ?
Go back to my post 12 on this thread .
There is something wrong here Boss .
Can't put my finger on it .
Mind you a bit of consolidation in the media / communications sector
wouldn't hurt !
Live events eh ?
Oh like DCD do ?
Wonder If the Americans are running their slide rules over other companies ?
Like AEO for example
And we both know there is a connection with WTV and Ingenious otherwise
I would not have looked at them and brought them to your attention .
As I said before - something wrong . Horribly wrong .
|mryesyes: Yes I can point to Sunderland FC which bravely delisted its shares announcing that the PLC (with a low share price) was not viable i.e. holding a rights issue or an offer to others would sell a whole chunk including overall control
for less than could be realised by putting the PLC into mothballs and massively increasing the equity on offer that could be sold to a completely new organisation
OK I accept that we used this as a device after the FA started pointb deduction for going into administration and looking for backers
Can you accept that in your position as a shareholder in a delisted PLC OK, but as a potential technical director that I can now poach from a competitor and offer eqwuity to and an overseas millionaire I can now sell a non listed stake even a 50% stake in IAF to it is a good thing in the round?
Please do not talk about dumping the shareholders and reselling their assets as that is not constructive. There are laws which do not prohibit IAF's strategy and a lot of beneficiaries and I do not only think about myself|
|2trying: mryesyes - thank you for your post / point of view .
I have no intention of falling out / arguing with you , however -
I have experience of involvement in a de-listed company , the share price of
which dropped like a stone , and has remained so . Liquidity / transactions
in same , varies between nil and zero .
Surely the same will apply to IAF ?
So we have to wait for dividends to see a ROCE ( our own , of course )?
Not good , surely ?
If this were good news , why then , are we the biggest faller on the market ?
Now - I ( obviously ) hold shares in IAF - which I purchased in May this year ,
along with warrants . The warrents I assume are now worthless . Nice .
You state "After we have delisted we can raise new funds, develope(sic) and
incentivise new staff and facilities" - I am somewhat puzzled -
What / where is the improved situation of raising new funds after delisting ?
What / where is the same on facilities ?
Likewise regarding staff motivation ? I'd have thought share options
were an excellent way of same - now no longer an option .
You state "freed from the contrictions of a listing we found that with that scenario new investors were willing to back us"....as you speak in the past
tense , I presume you have experience of a similar situation .
Would you be so kind as to expand ?
Now - on a positive note - I also buy and sell shares via JPJ and have
found their people ( whom I have chatted to , both on the phone and email
sometimes even at eight o'clock at night ) to be incredibly helpful -
and twice , they have bought me shares in companies X and Y below bid !!!
Again , let me emphasize - I am not arguing , we're on the same side ,
I wish everyone the best in their investments .
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