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|oh my goodness no trades going through , has mtv passed away i wonder just when i was hoping to buy 3.5 billion shares with a ten nor i borrowed yesterday from my friend donald trump dame iv missed this great opportunity booo hoooo hooo|
|MTV have been in secret talks with TalkTalk, the UKs largest TabletTV software producer and the biggest ISP will join forces to create a product that combines VCR with Betamax for the 22nd Century.|
|The Sky engineer says they have been in secret talks for over a year now...in the secret room at Sky H.Q.|
|More brokers are now noticing MTV and rating them a UNICORN.|
|All I can foresee is a string of positive RNS's stretching well into the summer.
Just saying like.|
|My party has arrived...|
|Here we have a current "Micro-Cap" tech stock, that has fingers in so many pies, the vast majority of them successful.
The newsflow here over the past 12 months has all been very positive, and there are over 4bn shares to be issued.
Not only that, the charts point to a rapid 80-bag rise from here, fundamentals in the form of rising production also underpin the vastly undervalued share price.
More brokers are now noticing MTV and rating them a BUY.
Lots of private investors here are also buying these on a monthly basis, and the amount of stock available to the general public is, piece by piece, slowly falling.
Added together, and with more good news to come regarding production and the possibility of more shares, MTV retains my 2.5p price target by 25th December.
Just saying like.|
|Still keeping the faith|
|You could probably add 300,000 if you wanted so long as you were prepared to hand over your cash. Whether the TTVs arrive this side of Christmas is a different matter.|
|Looks like us shareholders have been conned.
As I still can add 30 Motive TV Tablets into my Amazon shopping basket.
If they did actually sell that many then us shareholders would never ever see a penny of the profits.
I agree MTV were not and are not the only company that engaged in that sort of behaviour. Although it was arguably one of the worse on record.
What is important here is not the actions of the company but the actions of private investors. In both companies private investors were given ample warning by other private investors who had been victims of the same con. Furthermore the con was taking place before their very eyes yet they steadfastly refused to accept it until all their money was gone.
It is right and proper that these private investors are laughed at and ridiculed when they lose their money in con outfits like MTV and ERX.
Show them no mercy and no sympathy at all. It is one way they learn along with the loss of their cash.|
|Mike11d- d for Dipstick. Go pver to the ERX board and answer all your detractors there. Go on - be a man. Look at your record!!
Moe blah blah blah from the resident dippy!!|
|Sorry Mike11d- you are not brain of Britain. MTV not the only company to do that. What about ERX......|
|Mr White the issue here IMO is that once they managed to get a placing away several years back and without which the company would have ceased trading, they were then able to provide regular (often monthly) opportunities for folk to average down as more and more shares where admitted. Sadly it would have been kinder to see the company fold many moons ago.|
|Pwhite73- with respect forget the rubbish that you or me or anyone on this or any other BB possess any fraction of a monopoly of wisdom whenbit comes to AIM investment. The comments you make could apply to tens or hundreds of shares on AIM.
We have all taken gambles risks to make a few quid for our futures. So what? Have any investors in MTV committed a crime. Maybe we were a bit naive. Perhaps. But not crooked.
Delighting in other peoples mistakes is not an admirable trait.|
|"Additional equity is issued when a pitch is overfunding."
Where have we heard that before?
Issue of Equity
Motive Television PLC
17 May 2005
Motive Television plc
Issue of Equity
To satisfy excess demand, Motive Television plc (the 'Company') is pleased to
announce that it has placed through its broker, 7,000,000 new ordinary shares at
3.125p per share to raise £218,750 before costs. The funds will be used to
provide additional working capital for the business.
Application has been made to the London Stock Exchange for the admission of the
further new ordinary shares issued to trading on AIM. Admission is expected to
take place on 20 May 2005."
Chairman at the time?
Guinness Book of Records......longest running gravy train?|
|Pilsworth's new venture he slid over to, in the run up to the World Cup.
"CHRYSALIS was founded in 2014 when four leading media entrepreneurs came together to create a new and independent television production company – building on the success and heritage of the previous music and TV brand.
Mick Pilsworth has developed, produced or distributed some of the most famous brands in the TV business."
Don't know at what point Chrysalis decided to try it, but it looks like crowdfunding could be the way to go for MTV?
Perhaps if Len and Mick can prise the "best" bits from the administrators?
Crowdfunding could be the "new way forward" for a few AIM companies that have squeezed traditional small investors dry, and where even sophistticated investors seem not to want to play ball.
Target £200,000 Equity on offer 37.43% ?
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"Chrysalis Vision embraces crowdfunding
20 November, 2015 | By Hannah Gannagé-Stewart
Drama indie Chrysalis Vision has turned to crowdfunding site Crowdcube to raise up to £350,000 as the final stage in its investment push."
Final stage.....a year and a half later.
Wonder if Hannah Gannagé-Stewart is aware of his efforts with MTV?|
|smcl - "Lets hope what comes around goes around"
That's exactly what all those invested in MTV were hoping for. Their money coming back round. They had plenty of warning even before they invested.
Don't feel sorry for any of them.|