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|gkgdownie: Back to my original question: "However, if it's so bad to delist, why has Mr Pratt bought more? Can I still profit from a delisted company if I retain the shares?"
Can anyone shed light on this?
If imagine there will be MORE money spent on ISD product now that retail is struggling, so why be concerned about the share price at this stage?|
|davidosh: A share price has to be a reflection of the company or its markets in some way....the directors should just direct and manage and the share price will take care of itself over time. The cost of being listed was never a problem when they listed ??|
|gkgdownie: Not so practical for me to attend the AGM and unsure how wise any answers might be at such an event. If the company are doing so well in difficult markets why do they feel the need to delist? They're complaining about the low share price, but that could all change anytime - seems odd to me.|
|masurenguy: Oh dear - looks as though it may have nearly reached the end of the road for external small shareholders. Doubt there will be much liquidity after they delist!
Date : 14/04/2008
Stock : Imagesound (ISD)
Imagesound to seek cancellation of AIM listing
LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Imagesound Plc. said it is seeking to cancel
its listing on AIM, adding that trading remains in line with expectations and it continues to explore opportunities to further expand the business, particularly in Europe and the Middle East. The supplier of in-store music, radio and TV service expects to make annual savings of more than 150,000 pounds as a result of the de-listing. The company said raising equity finance for acquisitions has not been feasible due to the weakened valuation of its shares, adding that its share price has been erratic, not reflecting the company's performance or prospects.
|masurenguy: Marginal increase in revenue and loss per share of 1.25p v profit per share of 0.25p last year. Share price has virtually halved from 18p this time last year. Little interest here now and I'm pleased that I sold out a year ago.|
|masurenguy: "Masurenguy - 8 Mar'07 - 1197 of 1376: I'm out. Sold 50% yesterday and the balance today and took an overall 5% loss and have already reinvested 50% of the proceeds elsewhere. In my opinion the year end results do not harmonize with the expectations emanating from their last trading update and I now have some credibility issues with information provided by management. Also not at all happy with the way that the results were presented, the second half decline in EBITDA and the eps reduction contained in the latest CS forecast for the current year. It is a big issue with me when I perceive that the results do not reflect what I was expecting from the most recent trading update and especially when no comment or explanation is forthcoming to either explain or clarify this. Like Shanklin, my impression is that investor relations are not a priority."
Really glad that I sold out here last March at circa 16p. Company has gone nowhere since then and the share price is 25% lower.|
|cyclingnut: past performance or share price is no guarantee for the future performance or indeed share price. there is a reason why it is 13.5p, that is all the market values it at?|
|lyntwyn: 19.04.07 :+1.25, (15) Collins Stewart reiterated its 'buy' stance and 23 pence target price, noting that the share price has declined since its full year results last month, dealers said. In a note to clients, Collins Stewart said the in-store music, radio and TV services supplier to the retail sector reported a solid set of figures in March, ahead of its expectations, and confirmed the recovery programme was on track. Collins Stewart said that despite this Imagesound's share price has weakened considerably and, in its opinion, completely unjustifiably. Management has consistently bought stock over the past 18 months, noted the broker, which it says has been justified by the financial performance of the business. Financial director Ken Pratt recently took advantage of the share price weakness to acquire stock and Collins Stewart advises following management and using the recent share price weakness as a buying opportunity. The broker adds that Imagesound is not without risk but says that the shares, trading on 7.6 times estimated earnings to December 2007, more than reflect this.|
|cambium: A note from Collins Stewart lifted Imagesound 1-1/4 to 15 after the broker reiterated its 'buy' stance and 23 pence target price, highlighting recent director share buying and advising buying on recent share price weakness.|
|philjeans: But..........still lossmaking; market "very challenging"; has large debt and share price heavily in retreat; M/C £8.5M.;
No rush to buy imho.
On the other hand......EUSP (EuropeSteel on Plus); fantastic margins with big net profits doubling; no debt - cash rich; T/O £60m; p/e 3 in 06 - will be less than 2 in 07; M/C £2.5m!!
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