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I think you need to phone the broker, to get the correct share price. I phoned him a while back, now can't find the number, think I rang Itis holdings and the secretary gave me the number. He was very helpful and said I could ring at any time for the latest price..|
|biggest bill: Going from previous experience of having a share delisted and then being taken over for a derisory amount, I would expect any offer to be about the 30p mark. I know that this is a pathetic figure but small private investors in a delisted company have absolutely no influence.
The offerer will make the point that their ridiculous offer is much higher than the share price at delisting, but this ignores the fact that the company is now in a much better position and that the 8p price was a ridiculous price at the bottom of a bear market.|
|bearstalker: Orange, I agree - looks like its nicely being set up for being taken private.
After all when the share price is 3p they can offer a 50% premium and pay just 4.5p
Separate question: Presumably the company can still list and trade on PLUS?
or is PLUS a trading platform only and not officially somewhere you can list your company?|
|orange1: So the company is concerned about the fall in the shareprice and decide that it is in the best of interests of shareholders to delist. And the effect on the shareholders? A further halving of the share price. Nice.|
|lucky punter: Tom
Not all places are as tough to operate in as Maryland. Ith will need to be selective and utilise those strong local partners. It will not be easy of course and that degree of difficulty is demonstrated in the share price. The UK business will recover along with wider economy so there is plenty of hope for the future but this is certainly not a short term punt and only for the brave speculator.|
|russianlinesman: ITH share price fell after TomTom made that acquisition, but only fairly recently tomtom extended their contract with ITH so they must have something tomtom want.
The competition in this market was always the operators, that was what caught Cambridge Positioning. If Vod is in with TomTom, ok because ITH has O2. Would be good to have a Europe-wide deal with O2.
Given how long it has taken to roll out Estimotion in small targets, will be astonished if TT can roll out continent-wide so quickly. They still have the issue of parallel roads, motorways crossing, and other stuff, which require a lot of processing and tailoring.
All that has happened today is TT has signed an MOU with Vod. It is far from the end of the world.|
Can I just ask who you are talking about when you talk about sector P/E and EPS? Do you mean just TFC and CYH because they are not comparators at all. In terms of a software-based traffic information company, ITH is unique, at least in the UK, so I am not sure we can talk about discounts or premia to sector.
ITIS will be publishing profits of £3.5m plus, growth of 20% plus, cash of £10m or so, probably its first dividend, even 1p and we are suddenly yielding over 1%, with every prospect of an interim dividend next year, and so 2p divis in 2008, so 2.5% yield, growing by 25% each year.
70p is only a high price if the growth shows signs of stopping. I drive on the M25 every day and can assure you traffic is still growing in this country, and the need to re-route in car is growing week-by-week.
ITH share price is unpredictable because AIM is unpredictable, and there are more companies than people paying attention, but I reckon the results will now see a rise to nearer £1, and whilst there are hundreds of companies on AIM nobody follows, there is a much smaller sub-set paying a yield, and if ITH does indeed announce a dividend, it will arrive on a number of radar and monitoring screens and stay there.
PS If they don't declare a dividend, I will be well peeved.|
|chairman2: ITH and TFC may be different but
just watch if the ITH share price gets
above the TFC share price!
pretty damm close.|
|russianlinesman: Seems nobody has had anything to say about ITH for 6 weeks. Even renewing with BMW for a 5-year period, where BMW basically saying that ITH is the only company on RDS-TMC who knows what they're doing. (presumably TFC tried to sell to them too). Starting from now in 2003 there were a number of 3-year contract awards, share price was only 12p at the time, so newsflow of contract extensions should keep price steady for a few months until they sort out US Estimotion.
NB - ITIS bought Estimotion on the basis of lump sum plus extra amounts if targets reached. As per the annual report, nothing was payable in relation to this year's share transfer, and therefore Estimotion did not meet its targets. Whilst a delay in CFVD profits has harmed the ITH share price, it has saved us a couple of million dollars I reckon.
Is anybody attending next week's AGM? I cannot get there again.|
|cheshiremoggie: The market cap is what counts not the actual share price. My company's shares are worth 55p, more than either ith or tfc. 8-) Unfortunately there is only 1 share in issue. 8-(
Tfc market cap about 65m
Ith market cap about 44m
ith share price reflect the 'high growth' prospects.
tfc share price reflects the markets perception that tfc isnt growing particularly fast, especially since the rover 'incident'. Whatever you say rover going bust was NOT a good thing for tfc. They lost money and sales.
If rover were still with us tfc would probably be 70p+
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