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|hv: There is no point in knowing him ,the record of the company he heads speaks loud and clear,the share price is way way down and he is patting himself on the back after buying at rock bottom and after they rise because of Director buying
in a tight market.
Good luck to him and hope you can convince a few more people on what a good company this is.|
|mr ashley james: Esmerelda,
Probably a rights issue in order to pay back gearing I would have thought, ie strengthen assets, to back expansion of revenue base from existing forecast £9m to £10m in 2002 at a guess.
Seasonality analysis back from May 2000 to November 2000 indicates LGI can see increases in share price of 140p or say 61.80% Fibonacci rise bid/offer net during this period:-
On that basis I hope we see a price well over £1.00 this year, noting Singer and Friedlander, the IMHO reason for drop by unloading 190,000 shares, bought their holding at £2.75.
|mr ashley james: HV,
Yes having reread RNS I see where you are coming from,having said which if you don't tell investors they do not know!
Longbridge International PLC
29 May 2002
THIS IS A NON-REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT
For Immediate Release
Good news at Longbridge International PLC
Longbridge plc, the AIM-listed recruitment and human capital consultancy based
in the City of London, has seen its share price rise 187% in May. In a further
votes of confidence Chairman Frank Varella recently increased his holding in the
company with the purchase of 25,000 ordinary shares.
The company was recently included in the Deloitte & Touche Indy 100 survey of
fastest growing UK companies, for the second year running. This award recognises
Longbridge's growth over the last 5 years, which in spite of a difficult 2001,
amounted to compound growth of 52%.
So far this month the company has taken on four new staff covering its Legal,
Risks, Fixed Income and Banking areas; coupled with the launch today of a new
branded website (http://www.longbridge.com).
Chairman Frank Varela said "We believe that our strategy of building on core
strengths is paying off after a difficult past year. New hires, awards and the
brand new website show our strength and commitment to growth."
For further information, please contact:
Lehmann Communications plc 020 7266 3020
This information is provided by RNS
The company news service from the London Stock Exchange|
|hv: When MD is buying at a fraction of the share price it is surely a good sign for him.But patting himself on the back for doing so ,come on ?|
|hv: Mr Ashley James ,please can you inform us why the management is patting themselves on the back for one month's share price performance.|
|mr ashley james: HV,
I think you will find that Frank Varella has spent a year sorting out the problems of the aborted takeover last year, unsurprisingly the shareprice came back.
The good news is that it seems to be on the way back up, currently sitting on 50p ask support or par value of each LGI share, having already traded at 62.50p recently.
My punt was all the bad news was factored into the price already.
I try and buy low sell high, it seems you can make money in this stockmarket thingey me jig that way.
|hv: What no body interested. Here we have a very good company where the management is patting itself on the back for one month's share price performance. Stealing
buy .Get on board .|
|hv: How can the management of the company where the share price has declined to lows and lost a lot of money for a lot of people pat themselves on the back about one months performance. No wonder people donot trust what is happening in the stock market.|
|callumross: ashley - don't treat varelas buy as a sign of confidence- it could equally be the sign of a man desperately attached to what is after all his own business and trying to instill badly needed confidence in the stock - down 25% since I said sell and it will fall another 25% in short order IMHO - as I have always said to you I will let the share price do the talking for me - the risk/reward ratio on this one is scary|
|callumross: I was a shareholder for a long time ashley before getting out at 150p and am familiar with the severe difficulties but I will let the share price do the talking over the coming weeks - it may well have been an option money punt for gamblers at 18p to buy a couple of weeks ago but to try to get people in at these levels is irresponsible IMHO|
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