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|Thanks Tom. Me neither now!|
|neither now. lol
but was a direct shareholder|
|Hi Tom, are you a direct shareholder or through a nominee?|
|Got my cheque this morning :-))|
|I realise that - but it's only a week old. And the 'prospective' one for 2010 was (from memory) 23p but only came in at 20p.|
|This is an historic figure. Take a look at the prospective one.|
|Eps for 2010 was 20p. A price of £2.25 gives a PER of 11.25.|
|A derisory takeout price for a fast growing company.
Its hard to believe that Melorio directors see fit to recommend a takeout PER of around 7 for the current year.
A PER of 10 would have been nearer the mark and that would have been far from generous.|
|It's certainly not an over-generous offer but there has never been much enthusiasm in the market for this share, despite its good prospects, and I think that if it was left to it's own devices it would have taken over a year at least to hit £2.
So I'm happy enough to take a 50% profit, after holding for about eight months.|
|Agreed, too cheap. Its worth more to Pearson.|
|Another company robbed from shareholders at a stupid rating.
Ah well, time to sell up - at least the cash will come in handy in this market...|
I also looked at these at 120p & planned to come back at a later date.
Looksl like I'm too late now.
Congrats to all holders.|
|"Recommended cash offer from Pearson plc of 225 pence per ordinary share" is too cheap.|
|Nice. Wish I had a few more but never quite got comfortable with the govt funding dependence.|
Bit disappointed if it only goes this high though - thats only a p/e of about 7
Surely 250p is a bare minimum?|
|Yes well done to all holders here, I was in this last year but never got back in.
It shows how much value there is at this time.|
|Well done Steg et al - looked at MLO from 100p and never got round to buying it. C'est la vie!|
|Offer for Company RNS.|
|Nice rise before results tomorrow|
|Thanks for your comment robward.
I'm more interested in the forward outlook statement in the results, for as you say, the trading update contained comprehensive details of what to expect.
Not all investors will have read the trading update, even though it has been in the public domain for some time. Hopefully the results will bring some new investors on board.|
|Hello Eagle Eye
We had a new all time high back in June only for the stock to fall back 30%. As a fellow holder i hope we get more upside this time. I think we know pretty much what the results will contain, it was all in the Trading Update.
|Chart breakout for MLO today and new all time high.
Hopefully a good omen for the results due out later this month.|
|The funding was brought forward last year so these are backward looking results. i guess this one is being worked up ahead of a fundraising
Up to 40,000 public sector jobs could go within 12 months of a Conservative election victory under plans drawn up by the party's efficiency chief. No point training if there are no jobs.|
|Wish I hadn't sold these on my Friday wobble. I bought in on the basis of techs and fundamentals but sold because the DOW 1000 point oscillation spooked me.
Chart looks great for 200+ IMHO. PEG is low on this stock too.|
|When I came across MLO on Wednesday, as it hit a 52 week high, I thought it looked great value for a growth stock, upon reflection there is too much uncertainty about funding for 2012, which I just can't fathom because I have very little knowledge of the vocational marketplace. I see that Octopus and Schroders have been trimming their positions, SCSW has gone negative, yet the share powers on up. Tricky share to gauge, it's tempting with the growth but is it sustainable in the medium term?|