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|addict: The practice of de-listing,and using 'cost savings/illiquid markets' as a reason has become much more common over the past few years.I find the practice distasteful.One only needs to see the effect even the threat of de-listing has on the share price to realise it's highly unlikely to be to the benefit of the minorities.Sadly,by the time it reaches that stage,the company has often been mis-managed and much irreversible damage has been done.|
|philipm2: To vote against the de-listing...
contact your broker.
If your broker is Selftrade, just call them and register a NO vote with them over the phone - that's all you have to do.
Messages regarding the meeting have now been sent out.
Remember - share holders in DPL defeated a motion to consolidate the shares.
If the BOD really want to de-list they will need your vote - 55% of shares are not in public ownership so they will need another 20%.
Another thing to remember - GTE's share price rocketed when in a similar situation, de-listing.
The cash and patent rights, plus US approval are worth far more than today's share price|
|happier: THE BIG FELLA.
I am still holding my shares here. Just feel too disppointed when looking at the more than 80% loss in my portfolio from MDST. This is my reality, how can you tell that I am ramping it? I would like to see this share price up as much as it can. But can you let it happen now?|
|happier: Will there be a further down next week or later? Cause we need further information (new selling figures) to boost the share price, right?|
|damanko: A small thing....
Perhaps best to not write 0ff TBF as an out and out deramper. This stock has history (don't they all...). Several years ago this was touted as the next big thing, and attracted a lot of BB type comment. It was called something else then, and became part of a stable of companies run by a bunch of financial engineers, which itself became known as STG Holdings.
The only people who made money out of all this - except for those with very lucky timing, were the people behind STG.
Medicsight (like its stablemate Accsys Technologies) was floated in a blaze of glory, and after a good run for both - became basket cases (for example, Accsys reached nearly 4 Euros per share). Check the share price now.
TBF quite possible followed this company - Medicsight - when it was an unquoted share, traded on the OTC market in the US. He may well remember its biggest fan, one Fryern.
This for info only, at least there is some good news right now, and most of us on this thread are no doubt hoping for more.|
|adorling: I'm in for 250,000 this morning at 9.3p and 10.03p - might see some retrace with small shares but I am looking for 50% growth within next 6 months as I am sure partnership deals will be forthcoming for sales promotion in US and commercial deals for Japan. Directors will be very motivated to see momentum in the share price continue.|
|ellands2: Sorry Moverman,I had to blame someone for the share price LOL.When the share price was doing ok,yourself and Fryern was always bulling the share up but when it started to go down you both disappeared which looked like you was both ramping the share.I contacted investor relations at MGT yesterday,and was quite happy with his reply.He stated the company was in good shape,no debt,$50m in cash,still waiting for clearances in USA and Japan for the CAD software and there was going to be a significant revenue ramp in 2009-2010.He just put the declining share price to the horrible market conditions in USA small to mid-cap stocks.You can contact him firstname.lastname@example.org,he seemed very helpful.I wish I had some spare cash as would definitely buy some more at these levels.Hope this helps and hoping for a good 2009.|
|damanko: Yes, there are interesting times ahead. I won't bother answering questions about sales, forecasts, P&L stuff, for now. The key now is news about license deals with the machine manufacturer(s). As you're well aware.
On the surface it is an almost uncanny mirror image of Accsys back in October 2005, just after they placed on AIM. Seems that MGT's longer term share price expectation for Mediscight may well prove to be shorter term, if it follows the same pattern as AXS.|
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