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|platts: any explanation for the large volume of shares today. the share price seems close to extinction|
|grahamcm: Seems that the BB has fizzled out just like the share price!! Am interested in a little punt on these while they are at 2p, this seems to be the bottom of the bottom!! Have to agree with Addict, they do seem very close, if a little later than forecast.Also have a feeling it may not move for another 6-12 months yet!|
Maybe,but it's possible that the share price could lift based on the numbers.The payroll reductions coupled with revenue growth mean cashflow is very close to breakeven.|
|rat attack: feelinlucky - Hi there, good to see your back in with 225k, but your timing always was impecable, unlike mine!! So presumably these are freeby shares bought from your previous profits? Results out in September. I was looking to buy some more, but the slide over the last couple of months has been worrying together with the limited announcements on the Company's website. I do wander what the cash position is? Never have any indication in trading updates and that concerns me as I have learnt to my cost over something like 5 years - I really must be the only fool who bought a few thousand of these @ circa 160/170!! Anyway, I think the standard of management ethics, profit warnings and dubious fund raising where we the ordinary shareholders get slaughtered has driven this so low. I still think the model has merits, but critical mass remains as elusive as ever and the big question still remains can they generate cash or are we still funding a black hole? Like you I will probably top up over the next 6 weeks because if they dont get it right this time its curtains, but it will probably be in dribbles of 25k because this share price still looks weak.|
|rmart: Whatever thereason, like you say it is a good thing. There has been a target of profitable trading for a long time, yet it has never been acheived to date. If they do it now then the share price should start a long haul back up to a decent level.
Look at the long term chart. This has been in continual decline. It is not a popular share yet, but profitability will surely change that?
Douglas Wright, Vice President of Ingenta, said of the new publisher signings: "We started 2005 with a wealth of new publishers signing up to include their content in the IngentaConnect platform, and I am pleased to report that this trend is continuing. Publishers come to us because we can guarantee them an extensive user base, with 17,000 registered libraries and over 1.5 million articles viewed every month on IngentaConnect."|
|schimmelreiter: I may well be wrong, but my position is based on the judgement that the share price is unlikely to sink much lower (and I really do not believe we have a company which will fail) but we also have a brilliant opportunity for one of the big companies to buy cheaply into an incredibly strong position on the Internet. I expect to be able to sell these shares at about 10p, maybe more.|
|feelinlucky: Dell...One really has to look into the future with these ones.
After all theyre penny shares.
Quite frankly certain companies would be vying for such a performance and yet their share price is way beyond here.
All in all not impressed..however market may read this otherwise.|
|kingcnut: Take a look at NTA.They started on a large property development (289 units) in Chelsea back in 1999. The deal was to provide development management services for which they would receive a fee and on completion a SUBSTANTIAL PERFORMANCE RELATED PROFIT SHARE.
Things didn't go exactly to plan and with the usual setbacks and delays that these building project encounter the development wasn't completed until the end of 2003 and inevitably the share price has tumbled from well above 40p to todays level of under 2.5p, though it was over 10p as recently as June 2004.
The agreement stated that they wouldn't get the profit share until all the units had been sold and by November 2004 they had 5 units left to sell from a total of 289. The revenue from this development is over £250m, I have no idea what NTA's exact share will be but I know it will be substantial and much greater than they would have anticipated back in 1999.
They have virtually run out of cash but last week they announced the purchase of a property in Mayfair and that they are actively pursuing similar opportunities, so have they finally got their "SUBSTANTIAL PERFORMANCE RELATED PROFIT SHARE." If so they are now grossly under valued.
More info on the NTA bb. Take a look at the facts and make your own mind up but stick it on ya monitor.|
|rmart: regarding the company cash position. This is projected cash from the broker note on monday.
anyone any good at crunching numbers?
what would share price be assuming no dilution if they acheive these figures
Net cash/(debt) c/f
sept 2003(-£593,000) dec 2004 +£882,000 dec 2005 =£1,082,000 Dec 2006 + £1,982,000|
|tonester30ccfc: Whilst the results are disappointing, the CEO appointment interests me. The change for me is right. The new CEO is confident enough with the company to take no salary increase with the new post, rather, taking share options based upon results of 2005 and 2006. There is no doubt that if his targets are achieved, the share price will move significantly, and his bonus could be substantial. For me, a substantial share price movement would be terrific!|
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