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Netcentric Systems LSE:NCS London Ordinary Share GB0031782278 ORD 0.5P
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Software & Computer Services 0.0 -0.1 -0.1 - 0.00

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23/10/200707:17Tomco Energy (NCS)- the next Cadence?84
29/12/200609:20Netcentric is pleased to announce the appointment of Howard Crosby to the Board.2,691
22/12/200608:49How Long Before We Hit 10p5
24/3/200609:17Is 20p a realistic value for Netcentric37
24/3/200608:59Netcentric / Crosby110

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26/9/2016
09:20
Netcentric Systems Daily Update: Netcentric Systems is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NCS. The last closing price for Netcentric Systems was -.
Netcentric Systems has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 0 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Netcentric Systems is £0.
11/1/2007
14:20
albertusstrasse48: SHARES STRONGLY UP this week 08/01/07 (UPS) FISHYNECK - 11 Jan'07 - 13:01 - 247 of 253 Master RSI, Excellant thread. I've been in NCS for some time now, since before Crosby. What do you think will happen to the share price after the EGM? Working on the principle that the RTO is passed. Thanks, fn. Master RSI - 11 Jan'07 - 13:26 - 248 of 253 FISHYNECK re- What do you think will happen to the share price after the EGM? Well, going by the way on the past performance on Cadence share price once Howard Crosby & John Ryan took over, the only way is UP. The writing is on the wall, as they have said pretty clear than they intend to use the company as a shell for further deals on the near future, meaning doing business that will increased share price value. The only way is UP Many thanks for you nice comments about the thread FISHYNECK - 11 Jan'07 - 13:33 - 249 of 253 Thanks for the confirmation, not that I really needed it but I bought these beauties well under a penny and the temptation to take some profit is immense! fn http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=13498365
10/1/2007
17:47
master rsi: Today was an important day to notice on the rise of share price, but most important is related to dates and times below. Someone knows already than the placing goes well and the money has poured in for the full amount OK GOOD LUCK to holders will do well on the future........... Payment to be received from the investors (other than through CREST) pursuant to the Placing in cleared funds - 12.00 p.m. GMT on 10 January 2007
28/12/2006
00:01
master rsi: "Mercier" you are talking to yourself, and certaintly NO "Mercy beaucoup" to you, but intead UP yours, you are certainly a nasty piece of Sh'te I am certainly laughing all the way to the BANK, jealous B#STARD. Twisted mind of yours and trying to Twist any good news from the directors, who if share price rises to new highs will take advantage of that and raise new money for further deals as announced. One day you will get what you deserve, if you keep playing this games, do not forget the city is as bad as the Rusian mafia, maybe cos they are there. This useless "B#stard" has been around for years (allways talking bad about companies) and never able to open a thread and on TOP tries to give advised here from ADVFN records No discussions created by 'mercier et camier'
26/12/2006
18:01
mujahid2: well said john. Edgin good read but still doesnt confirm if ncs is going to be worth 2.5p but rather looks like 0p to me unless someone can inform me otherwise, as for the link well that has a date of 28th dec 06, what exactly that means is a relisting with TOMCO change of name, hence NCS shareholders will lose out right ? unless someone can prove each ncs share is equal to each Tomco share 1:1
26/12/2006
11:50
mujahid2: Topvest well done on the sale of your shares, as a non holder im sure it doesnt matter which way the share price goes for you, however the fact is tomco existing shareholders will benefit and existing ncs share holders will not due to dilution is the understanding i have , i hope that im wrong, if anyone can explain to me why the share price is below 2.5p other than my argument that would be much appreciated rather than silly comments thank you in advance.
26/12/2006
09:01
topvest: There are some very confused posters above. This is a very good deal for existing NCS shareholders. Please remember that the share price was 1/10th of the 2.5p placing price less than a year ago. I sold all of mine at c1.1p as I decided that I would rather take a profit (and a a good one at that!) rather than be left with shares in a suspended company with no certainty of a deal. I wished I had kept some now, but a profit is a profit! In the short-term, you would expect the share price to adjust to the placing price reasonably quickly. Bottom line though is that existing shareholders have done better than those buying in the placing, as very few existing shareholders (if any) paid 2.5p for their shares. Well done to those that stuck with this!
22/12/2006
10:00
albertusstrasse48: With thanks to Skiboy10.... NCS/NETCENTRIC SYSTEMS PLC Both Howard Crosby and John Ryan have superb track records in the natural resources sector in the USA with their latest company [NASDAQ listed Cadence Resources] for example being a serious multi bagger [MKT CAP went from under $500K to $450M within 5 years before being taken over although it should be pointed out that $40M or so was raised on the way]. The placing is at a price of 2.5p.Therefore net of cash raised the MKT CAP will only be circa £9M. This values the oil shale at less than 8 cents a barrel with the proven skills and track record of Howard Crosby and John Ryan [NASDAQ listed Cadence Resources] thrown in for free! A significant proportion of the new funds raised will be put to work mostly for the purposes of buying oil production. As with Cadence Resources the returns should be very attractive! Based on the experience gained from Cadence Resources more oil than gas production will be purchased due to the much quicker pay back time. I would think that both Crosby and Ryan will be looking to grow TomCo Energy PLC to at least the same size as Cadence Resources Inc over the next few years.....i.e. $450M = roughly £250M = a very nice share price!! http://www.tomcoenergy.com/
22/12/2006
08:00
albertusstrasse48: With thanks to Skiboy10.... Both Howard Crosby and John Ryan have superb track records in the natural resources sector in the USA with their latest company [NASDAQ listed Cadence Resources] for example being a serious multi bagger [MKT CAP went from under $500K to $450M within 5 years before being taken over although it should be pointed out that $40M or so was raised on the way]. The placing is at a price of 2.5p.Therefore net of cash raised the MKT CAP will only be circa £9M. This values the oil shale at less than 8 cents a barrel with the proven skills and track record of Howard Crosby and John Ryan [NASDAQ listed Cadence Resources] thrown in for free! A significant proportion of the new funds raised will be put to work mostly for the purposes of buying oil production. As with Cadence Resources the returns should be very attractive! Based on the experience gained from Cadence Resources more oil than gas production will be purchased due to the much quicker pay back time. I would think that Crosby and Ryan will be looking to grow TomCo to at least the same size as Cadence over the next few years.....$450M = roughly £250M = a very nice share price!! http://www.tomcoenergy.com/
21/12/2006
10:14
robin_of_loxley: Skiboy10, why do you keep repeatedly ramping this message across many threads, it starting to look as bad as hashbrown pushing Pele under his various aliases....you have will have zero credibility left at this rate...plus ADVFN are likely to ban you Skiboy10 - 21 Dec'06 - 09:11 - 11302 of 11319 (premium) Sorry for the Off topic guys but this is really worth a look....NCS...reverse takeover looks very interesting....placing details and contact here.....placing closes Friday so I'd be quick.... http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=11348918&from=2217 Both Howard Crosby and John Ryan have superb track records in the natural resources sector in the USA with their latest company [NASDAQ listed Cadence Resources] for example being a serious multi bagger [MKT CAP went from under $500K to $450M within 5 years before being taken over although it should be pointed out that $40M or so was raised on the way]. The placing is at a price of 2.5p.Therefore net of cash raised the MKT CAP will only be circa £9M. This values the oil shale at less than 8 cents a barrel with the proven skills and track record of Howard Crosby and John Ryan [NASDAQ listed Cadence Resources] thrown in for free! A significant proportion of the new funds raised will be put to work mostly for the purposes of buying oil production. As with Cadence Resources the returns should be very attractive! Based on the experience gained from Cadence Resources more oil than gas production will be purchased due to the much quicker pay back time. I would think that Crosby and Ryan will be looking to grow TomCo to at least the same size as Cadence over the next few years.....$450M = roughly £250M = a very nice share price!! http://www.tomcoenergy.com/
23/11/2006
20:30
skiboy10: Quite long and with a US slant but interesting... A reverse takeover (RTO), also known as a back door listing, or a reverse merger, is a financial transaction that results in a privately held company becoming a publicly held company without going the traditional route of filing a prospectus and undertaking an initial public offering (IPO). Rather, it is accomplished by the shareholders of the private company selling all of their shares in the private company to the public company in exchange for shares of the public company. While the transaction is technically a takeover of the private company by the public company, it is called a reverse takeover because the public company involved is typically a "shell" (also known as a "blank check company", "capital pool company" or "cash shell company") and it typically issues such a large number of shares to acquire the private company that the former shareholders of the private company end up controlling the public company. Process There are two ways for a privately held company to go public: Through an initial public offering of stock (IPO), or via reverse takeover. In a reverse takeover, shareholders of the private company purchase control of the public shell company and then merge it with the private company. The publicly traded corporation is called a "shell" since all that exists of the original company is its organizational structure. The private company shareholders receive a substantial majority of the shares of the public company and control of its board of directors. The transaction can be accomplished within weeks. If the shell is an SEC-registered company, the private company does not go through an expensive and time-consuming review with state and federal regulators because this process was completed beforehand with the public company. The transaction involves the private and shell company exchanging information on each other, negotiating the merger terms, and signing a share exchange agreement. At the closing, the shell company issues a substantial majority of its shares and board control to the shareholders of the private company. The private company's shareholders pay for the shell company by contributing their shares in the private company to the shell company that they now control. This share exchange and change of control completes the reverse takeover, transforming the formerly privately held company into a publicly held company. Benefits The advantages of public trading status include the possibility of commanding a higher price for a later offering of the company's securities. Going public through a reverse takeover allows a privately held company to become publicly held at a lesser cost, and with less stock dilution than through an initial public offering (IPO). While the process of going public and raising capital is combined in an IPO, in a reverse takeover, these two functions are separate. A company can go public without raising additional capital. Separating these two functions greatly simplifies the process. In addition, a reverse takeover is less susceptible to market conditions. Conventional IPOs are risky for companies to undertake because the deal relies on market conditions, over which senior management has little control. If the market is off, the underwriter may pull the offering. The market also does not need to plunge wholesale. If a company in registration participates in an industry that's making unfavorable headlines, investors may shy away from the deal. In a reverse takeover, since the deal rests solely between those controlling the public and private companies, market conditions have little bearing on the situation. The process for a conventional IPO can last for a year or more. When a company transitions from an entrepreneurial venture to a public company fit for outside ownership, how time is spent by strategic managers can be beneficial or detrimental. Time spent in meetings and drafting sessions related to an IPO can have a disastrous effect on the growth upon which the offering is predicated, and may even nullify it. In addition, during the many months it takes to put an IPO together, market conditions can deteriorate, making the completion of an IPO unfavorable. By contrast, a reverse takeover can be completed in as little as thirty days. For a conventional IPO, it can cost as much as $200,000 just to release a preliminary prospectus. A reverse merger, however, can be done for $95,000 to $150,000. Additionally, many shell companies carry forward what is known as a tax-loss. This means that a loss incurred in previous years can be applied to income in future years. This shelters future income from income taxes. Since most active public companies become dormant public companies after a string of losses, or at least one large one, it is more likely that a shell company will offer this tax shelter. It is highly unusual to preserve any benefit from the tax loss carry forward in a shell company. The tsx regs. normally reduce the loss carry forward by the percentage of the change in control. In a well structured reverse merger the private company should end up with 95% or more of the stock after the merger, thus reducing the tax loss carry forward by this amount for greater. Future financing The greater number of financing options available to publicly held companies is a primary reason to undergo a reverse takeover. These financing options include: * The issuance of additional stock in a secondary offering * An exercise of warrants, where stockholders have the right to purchase additional shares in a company at predetermined prices. When many shareholders with warrants exercise their option to purchase additional shares, the company receives an infusion of capital. * Other investors are more likely to invest in a company via a private offering of stock when a mechanism to sell their stock is in place should the company be successful. In addition, the now-publicly held company obtains the benefits of public trading of its securities: * Increased liquidity of company stock * Higher company valuation due to a higher share price * Greater access to capital markets * Ability to acquire other companies through stock transactions * Ability to use stock incentive plans to attract and retain employees http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reverse_merger
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