|Interactive Gaming Holdings
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|Interactive Gaming Daily Update: Interactive Gaming Holdings is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGH. The last closing price for Interactive Gaming was 1p.|
Interactive Gaming Holdings has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 82,089,552 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Interactive Gaming Holdings is £820,895.52.
|delb3rt: You've got to laugh, not only is my money now looking like it is gone forever, I was just about to phone the company and that page of the website "contact us"
would appear to have been removed!
That clearly speaks volumes.
It would appear as though they have taken the worlds oldest bookmakers and destroyed it.
Can anyone offer any positive outcome whatsoever?
Had written this off before now and at least we wont have to watch the share price tick down each day and wonder if there is any way back.|
|woofy4: Think the guru may have hit it on the head .... could be a large end-of-season football accumulator .... Man U Premiership .... Chelsea FA Cup ... Sunderland Championship ... Milan Champions league type thing ..... hence the need for the 600k when all was finished ... likelyhood the accountants wouldnt sign off until IGH could prove it was 'still an on-going concern' .... not sure about comparison with HCL as thought that was reverse takeover ... though if share price reacts in same manner who cares !!!!|
|jailbird: thanks quinan,
i like to think and to be more conservative that margins will be a bit lower
because of the world cup..still Q3 and hopefully onwards they will be ebitda positive as stated previosuly by them in the interims..the other thing has this been converted yet and how much loan stock are we talking about here
Note 4 - Convertible debt
The convertible loan stock is convertible at the option of the holder at any
point up to 24th August 2008, at a conversion rate of #0.15 per one pence
ordinary share. The right to conversion shall be deemed to have been exercised
if the Company's share price has been at or above 15 pence for 60 consecutive
|theshareguru: to the analyst
cap is 4.6m, this share is an enigma, with 24% held by vincent tchenguiz's
company, and thomas taule starting to buy any spare stock, I cant understand
why it has not taken off, may be a trading statement wouldn't go a miss, if
we had a day of say 10 buyers buying say 50k worth each this share price would go much higher.|
|theshareguru: moving up again, wont belong before it hits 6p plus, the share price is so
cheap, and chairman buying, vincent tchenguiz's company has 24% stake, what
more do you want, at least the 5k buyer this morning knows what he or she
is doing, the 20k seller will end up with TT has he buys everything thats sold.|
|rkjones: Rovells dispose of 50% of their holding however it is interesting to note that Wheddons have acquired the holding. Wheddons are owned by Investec who are trustees for the Tchenguiz family trust. The brothers have not diluted their interest but it would be nice to now what is behind this shuffle. Could just be for tax reasons but share price has ticked up before the news broke officially.|
|bigdunc: I agree with what you say, but the Original idea of GMC was as a re-routing portal, pence per click or whatever the phrase was, where-as IGH are attempting to establish a roll as an out and out bookie by the looks of it, by doing the old venture capitalist thing of buying under performing business and getting value out of them, there combined business now historically have a turnover of £31m+ the overheads for bookies especially those taking a large percentage of business on the net are usually small, if the business is well managed, the potential for a firm capped at £2.8m is large. At this juncture you are investing in the ability of the management rather than the business's themselves...
As for GMC, results look good, but a classic case of a small cap stock, reaching its first stager of potential from infancy and the market standing up to take account, i.e a rise from 4p to c23p, since then the share price has looked increasingly weak, with what appears to be resistance at the round figure of 10p, of course blockbusting results may make the market sit up again and pay notice.|
|mad4it: If the share price retraces, don't panic, it'll just be a tree shake.|
|mad4it: lol! - and as if by magic the share price starts to rise.|
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