Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imjack LSE:IMJ London Ordinary Share GB00B0NBKL01 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.475p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.3 -3.3 -4.0 - 0.52

Imjack Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/2/2011
18:06
Like watching paint dry..... Glad I didn't bother... Nuff to drive you round the bend.. eh Joe.... Anyhoooo.. all the best of luck...
hedgehog33
09/12/2010
13:36
I am not out guys the very best of luck to all
joe the plumber
09/12/2010
12:53
Yep.... I saw them... Immediately in and immediately out. Can't understand this... 30% rise based on what...?
hedgehog33
09/12/2010
12:33
Anyone else spot the trades for 1 share yesterday? Must be code between the pump and dump brigade that they're buying today!
bozzy_s
16/11/2010
13:18
A 155k buy ticked it up....
lufc5
16/11/2010
11:53
Been here since "the big dip" last month....but I can't get this outa me head whenever I see this pop up...... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22DUclUZiX4&feature=related
lufc5
15/11/2010
20:04
There are 4 mm's. The other thread showed the stock at 19p with a buy .... Of course its dodgy as hell. The stock is priced to go bust. £16 million in losses. Its good that the directors are putting in so much cash; they must see this as a winner. They have invested just about all they have here. Two years ago Northacre nta was only kept going by the directors pension fund. It hit one penny intraday. It recently hit 145p ....check out the gloom on those threads 2 years ago. All change now! So we might get 10 times the money here or go bust. Not worth punting a lot of dough but then an investment club I nearly joined three years ago sunk all its cash into RBS and lloyds at prices about £4. The latter was decribed as a once in a lifetime "bargain" by the stockbroker who chaired. I made my exit ...
barnetpeter
15/11/2010
19:31
Good for you Joe, I had my chance just under .2 and bottled it... Might live to regret it.... though had I bought, I would have sold with 100% increase... Spread is just too wide again at the mo, and if there is only one MM in the game, then they hold all the cards..
hedgehog33
15/11/2010
19:08
still here headge very risky looks the assets will be taken off the company cheap still holding 1000 per cent increase or nothing for me 650k i hold at .2
joe the plumber
15/11/2010
18:55
I keep having a little look in here and am convinced you guys need your heads testing...... I hope you are all proved right in the long term... The company couldn't negotiate the recent loan agreement and have now had £75,000 worth of family orientated loans against tangible assetts within only five weeks....just to keep the concern running...!!! They are seriously committed as you would expect, but have they approached the banks for these cash burning loans...? and if they have, why are they putting their own dosh in....? SP is effected on very little volume, so if this was such a good shout where are all the investors.....?
hedgehog33
15/11/2010
14:11
Really moving now - just one mm left at 0.50p. Perfect stock for a reverse; tiny mkt cap, a business in place already so no time pressures. Watch this race up if there is any holding rns.
barnetpeter
01/11/2010
07:38
Feel as it's going to be a really nice week
joe the plumber
01/11/2010
07:20
Hoping for news very soon hopefully good
joe the plumber
20/10/2010
20:13
I had my opportunity here at below .20 and decided not to bother due to the funding debarcle.... Maybe I missed the boat, but the more I look into this... I don't think so.. Me thinks this boat is on a return journey... and you best man the lifeboats... You guy's are proper chancer's in a predominantly run family concern... though the risk does seem inspiringly attractive.... Then again, so does my weekly four fold accumulator... GL guys....
hedgehog33
20/10/2010
15:36
EDUCATION :: Schools budget up by £4bn to £39bn. :: Extra places for 16 to 19-year-olds. :: £15.8bn to refurbish schools. :: New £2.5bn pupil premium to support the education of disadvantaged children to be introduced.
joe the plumber
19/10/2010
22:05
It is a very risky situation, but........ The Directors continue to be encouraged by the interest from schools and other parties in the Company's products. Ya takes ya chance.... GLA
lufc5
19/10/2010
20:19
Good luck mate..!
hedgehog33
19/10/2010
14:40
it's very risky play make or break situation high risk high reward
joe the plumber
19/10/2010
14:16
When the MD chucks £25k of his own dosh in to keep it afloat when the drawdown terms couldn't be agreed...tells you something... me thinks... !! If this can move so rapidly in terms of % differences with so little volume, I would imagine this is sailing extremely close to the wind... What are they going to do when his £25k runs out....?
hedgehog33
19/10/2010
13:10
yes it's the risk you take nothing is safe or is it? makeor break rather be in then out but a small bet that I can afford to lose
joe the plumber
19/10/2010
12:41
Not sure I'm getting this... Well under £2k traded in and out across the markets today and up nearly 16% though spread around 50% between the bid/offer... Was up 80-odd % the other day on a similar basis.... before tumbling back somewhat.... This seems seriously risky to me.... Someone likes skating on dangerously thin ice... me thinks..
hedgehog33
18/10/2010
07:41
either they'll survive or go bust...simple as...high risk imo...you take your chances!
pre
18/10/2010
07:25
Imminnent?
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