Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pixology Plc LSE:PIX London Ordinary Share GB0033779165 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 39.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 8.01

Pixology Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/6/2007
22:54
1pm 11th June is the deadline to return offer documents. I guess we hear the final vote numbers soon and maybe the very last RNS from PIX. ..edit...80.9% accepted, deadline extended to 25th June
cootuk
26/5/2007
21:35
I see the offer document is being posted out now. Getting a bit late for any counter offer?
cootuk
18/5/2007
14:19
when is the cut off date? tia
latifs100
10/5/2007
09:53
A tickup in the bid to 38.5p, but the mm's will be happy to buy all day long at that price. Money in the bank. Now if a bid comes in valueing each share at 44p or 48p they will laughing.
howdlep
10/5/2007
09:40
Keep an eye on the volume over the next few weeks, as that will be an indication of a new bidder at a 10% or 20% premium. The offer RNS makes provision for that possibility.
howdlep
01/5/2007
06:31
Jonesy, Likewise. Cootuk, If you want to make it back then perhaps have a look at SMRT - profitable, growing fast, government/legislative drivers and very attractive forecasts. DYOR. Its my largest holding at present - I believe the downside risk to be minimal and the upside potential huge. Some patience might be needed - but then you have been sitting in PIX ;0) Watch the spread - sometime ugly but often allowing trading within. Loads of info on the thread: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=11064699 DYOR though - and that's not advice to actually buy! G.
garth
30/4/2007
21:23
This one still owes me though....lol
cootuk
30/4/2007
19:36
Well, short of a surprise bid, I guess that wraps it up here. Cootuk, Willower, Garth and other posters, thanks for the discussion. A pretty civilised (if quiet) board by ADVFN standards. Best to everyone, Jonesy
jonesy100
27/4/2007
19:08
INN started moving the last two days. Worth some weekend research. Taken my PIX profits and put them there. Already showing a profit. They are one of what I guess are only a few british companies in the NFC sector - and a quick search on Google news will show that it could become a hot a investment theme. INN are loss making - so invest with care though. Chart pattern will look familiar to any PIX followers! Do your own research. G.
garth
26/4/2007
21:18
I think they have eventually recognised what we have said for the last year - namely that photoprinting is a commodity, and even the new 'value-added' items rapidly become a commodity. I wonder if this particular bidder safeguards some of their jobs whereas other bidders might have been less tolerant in keeping on this management?
cootuk
26/4/2007
20:58
Very disappointing. Alongside lack of contracts, inexcusably bad company PR over the past year did nothing to help support the share price There are many technology firms out there with far less solid performances, but a much beter market cap. Still, you win some, you lose some.
jonesy100
26/4/2007
20:47
Best option now is for everyone to sell. Why keep holding for an extra 2p when you can make money in other shares. You could sell millions of shares and the price to sell would still be 38p. However if you bought millions more than sold the price would actually rise.
lord santafe
26/4/2007
19:36
how long before our shares get bought out? 28 days? do we have to day anything?
visacard
26/4/2007
13:55
its alright gaining the 50% on my recent buy but the loss on those bought 2 years ago wasn't so clever
willower
26/4/2007
13:38
youse are dead lucky to get nearly 50% gain in one day.
volsung
26/4/2007
10:39
I see that the 2007 performance would have been a £1m loss..so the share price would have dipped below 20p with £4m left. They would then roll out new software which would lead to a few good years if things went well. Given their reluctance to talk to investors, the wording is slanted towards accept or the share price drops even more. A real pity the company didn't crack the US market (just as Tesco enter the US). Good luck to all holders, and let's hope a counter bid comes in.
cootuk
26/4/2007
10:22
On the whole disappointing for most shareholders. Well done to the recent buyers of this stock however.
anupama
26/4/2007
08:15
6 months ago Lord Young said he was certain that their decision to stay independent was correct and yet 1 month later he is considering and now recommending a price of just 40p - presumably they could have sold for a lot more a year earlier - not very good performance by LY as chairman
willower
26/4/2007
07:38
directors cash in their holdings. But there is room for higher offers
howdlep
26/4/2007
07:32
i must admit i find it odd they have recommended the bid.. If I was in this company, close to breakeven, why sell up now at 40p, when next year your making profit and will be worth more...
powwow
26/4/2007
07:26
There is money to be had for the big players at 39p. I think this going over 40p today
howdlep
26/4/2007
07:11
So 28 days to post the offer document but there is still room for a higher bid: - i) in respect of 5,692,560 Pixology Shares committed under the irrevocable undertakings summarised in this paragraph, in the event of a competing offer being announced prior to 1:00 p.m. on the fifth Business Day following the posting of the Offer Document at a price which exceeds the Offer Price by at least 10 per cent; and (ii) in respect of 1,445,000 Pixology Shares committed under the irrevocable undertakings summarised in this paragraph, in the event of a competing offer being announced prior to 1:00 p.m. on the twentieth day following the posting of the Offer Document at a price which exceeds the Offer Price by at least 20 per cent.
howdlep
26/4/2007
06:58
Undertakings to accept the Offer Photochannel Networks has received irrevocable undertakings from the Pixology Directors (excluding Yuval Yashiv who is not the registered holder of any Pixology Shares) to accept the Offer in respect of in aggregate 3,266,218 Pixology Shares, representing approximately 16.1 per cent. of the existing issued share capital of Pixology. These undertakings will cease to be binding if the Offer Document is not posted within 28 days of the date of this announcement (or a later date as may be agreed between Pixology and Photochannel Networks). Yuval Yashiv has undertaken to request that the trustees of the Erella Settlement, of which he and his immediate family are the sole beneficiaries, accept the Offer in respect of 149,246 Pixology Shares, representing approximately 0.7 per cent. of Pixology's existing issued share capital. This undertaking will cease to be binding if the Offer Document is not posted within 28 days of the date of this announcement (or a later date as may be agreed between Pixology and Photochannel Networks). Photochannel Networks also has received an irrevocable undertaking from a former Pixology Director and his related party, who are Pixology Shareholders, to accept the Offer in respect of a further 573,281 Pixology Shares, representing a further 2.8 per cent. of Pixology's existing issued share capital. These undertakings will cease to be binding if the Offer Document is not posted within 28 days of the date of this announcement (or a later date as may be agreed between Pixology and Photochannel Networks). All of the above undertakings continue to be binding even in the event of a competing offer being made for Pixology unless and until the Offer lapses or is withdrawn. In addition, Photochannel Networks has received irrevocable undertakings from certain Pixology Shareholders to accept or procure acceptance of the Offer in respect of in aggregate a further 7,137,560 Pixology Shares, representing a further 35.2 per cent. of Pixology's existing issued share capital. These undertakings will cease to be binding if the Offer Document is not posted within 28 days of the date of this announcement (or a later date as may be agreed between Pixology and Photochannel Networks) or, in the following circumstances: (i) in respect of 5,692,560 Pixology Shares committed under the irrevocable undertakings summarised in this paragraph, in the event of a competing offer being announced prior to 1:00 p.m. on the fifth Business Day following the posting of the Offer Document at a price which exceeds the Offer Price by at least 10 per cent; and (ii) in respect of 1,445,000 Pixology Shares committed under the irrevocable undertakings summarised in this paragraph, in the event of a competing offer being announced prior to 1:00 p.m. on the twentieth day following the posting of the Offer Document at a price which exceeds the Offer Price by at least 20 per cent. In aggregate, therefore, Photochannel Networks has received irrevocable undertakings to accept the Offer from Pixology Shareholders in respect of 11,126,305 Pixology Shares, representing approximately 54.9 per cent. of the issued share capital of Pixology. AO
a0148009
26/4/2007
06:57
Nick, Have a look at INN. Also bombed out, could move quickly if NFC becomes a hot sector with contactless payment gathering quietly gathering pace in the background in th UK. I already hold but may look to move some of my profits there. DYOR though! G.
garth
26/4/2007
06:43
With £5.5m in the bank £2.6m for the business with a quality UK client base looks somewhat cheap. Also no room for a counter offer with 54% irrevocable acceptances even in the event of a counter offer, can only assume business is too challenging and directors and institutions see no future for this business model and its size. Have made money but disappointed. AO
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