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|sonny burnett: Too bad both you and Intandem did not have that view prior to this years AFM because selling and screening of low budget films on major film festivals is exactly what they have been doing for the past 12/18 months.
The only film that had a budget worth mentioning was Gagarin.
KH had a lot of potential but unfortunately we lost it.
Not being able to pay for Cannes was a clear sign.
We would need around 10/15 new low budget films each year to cover annual costs.
Not going to happen.
My view and this is shared by some more knowledgeable individuals is that the large number of films we lost, the dilution of the stock, the low sales commission from the major film festivals during the last 12/18 months,and the lack of positive news coming from the company unfortunately shows that things have gotten worse and while it is still possible to remain operational on what is left on the slate, the chances of Intandem reaching the 5p option scheme share price based on what is currently left on the sales slate seems highly unlikely.|
|sonny burnett: I agree Yorgi, the large holder who sold 1.5 million shares yesterday still wants this at an all time low. Very frustrating.... If they need more money through another placing they should just get it over with.
We need more bigger budget films to go into production and imo the share price could really shoot up if the people behind the strategic relationship introduced some big budget films to add to the Intandem slate.|
|sonny burnett: Penny,
It could be an official production announcement on Famous and/or Twisted or perhaps news on the new board members.
I prefer a production update because I don't think that a new board members RNS will cause the share price to rocket.|
|sonny burnett: I'm not surprised at all. As I said yesterday, it's just the Topinfo effect.
From the looks of it either some of them started selling again because the share price did not go up again today or Intandem and their corrupt major shareholder are not happy that the price went up yesterday and have started to take the price back down again, because it was not their plan to have a placing at 0,30p, probably closer to 0,20p and Topinfo messed up their plans yesterday....|
|sonny burnett: More evidence today of how the large holder has managed to take the price down to new lows.
No private investor holding more than a million shares would sell at this level.
It is clear that the closing price needed to be brought to a new all time low.
The lack of news from the company now makes me think that they are in on it, or are allowing it to be manipulated for some bizarre reason.
The fact that they refuse to produce any kind of news to support the share price is now starting to look like an indication that they are in on it or that a large shareholder knows that they are running out of cash and want to manipulate the share price to new all time lows so that the next placing will be around 0,20p.
Another example of AIM and how private investors are getting shafted.
Very sad.... very disappointed.|
|pennysharemillionaire2: SP continues to trickle lower on low volume sales and lack of news.
Co. now valued at £1 million !!!
Webb Capital Investment fact sheet for July 2014 sums it up :
"Poor market liquidity in the last month at the smaller end of the market has been an ongoing issue. The share prices of Intandem Films (-16.7%), Distil (-4.3%) and Galasys (-14.6%), were adversely affected by relatively small sales volumes.
As pointed out earlier, the quiet trading environment has led to an increase in share price volatility throughout the sector. As the IPO wave has abated, many established businesses are coming to market or raising money through secondary fund raising exercises that in some cases appear very good value.
The Fund holds a significant number of special situation investments that with a bit of time, additional capital and encouragement could deliver excellent investment returns. In addition, a balance of undervalued growth companies compliments our eclectic mix of value, growth and income. We foresee a quiet summer on the news front and in performance terms but remain confident that performance is on an improving trend."|
|sonny burnett: Penny,
I agree, Gary Smith is to blame for the financial problems, I wasn't blaming Robert for that, but that has nothing to do with the fact that having four big budget films downgraded is a serious issue.
I'm not going to close my eyes on things like that and pretend it didn't happen,
or even think it's just a minor setback.
Those films could mean the difference between 1p and a 5p share price.
You cannot deny that communication to the market has been poor.
A simple RNS on Entertainment or Edie involvement or even an RNS to let the market know that Any Which Way They Come has started filming would all be things that could support the share price.
There are no excuses for that given the drop in share price.
We have had previous discussions where we both agreed that it would be great if we got a production update on the film slate.
The lack of news towards the market continues to put pressure on the share price.|
|sonny burnett: Penny,
Fingers crossed then.
Problem is that H2/full year (ended 30 June) results will be out late December
( which is ridiculous imo), so if financial news is the only thing that is going to lift the share price then we could be looking at a low share price for another 7 months.
I just hope that this was the last placing required for working capital.|
|someuwin: Options granted in Jan this year tell us where management believe the share price is going...
25% of the Options vest when the closing mid share price reaches 1p;
25% of the Options vest when the closing mid share price reaches 3p;
50% of the Options vest when the closing mid share price reaches 5p.|
|zeppo: Healthy incentives to increase the SP:
'25% of the Options vest when the closing mid share price reaches 1p;
25% of the Options vest when the closing mid share price reaches 3p; and
50% of the Options vest when the closing mid share price reaches 5p.'
Intandem Films share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange