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|Runway paul that's your opinion I have a great deal of confidence in this being a very very successful business You can't make serious life changing money with a piddly investment I can survive even if it completely fails they always say only invest what you can afford well I can|
|Warwick, it must be hard. I wish you'd put at least some of your money into RED|
|Jaminit I understand your frustration I have been saying this to board for months and I am told still on track hope for a deal before year end plenty going on behind the scenes but there is no guarantee its why this will be such a high risk high return you need patience of a saint hereMany many investors will bail out as the derampers and short term sellers create mini sell offs For the brave that will create buying opportunity it sure is not for the faint hearted How do you think I feel when every .1 of a p costs me £118k now that's a roller coaster ride|
|Fed up. When is this effing company going to generate some return for shareholders? Warwick, you've been singing it's praises all year. Talk, talk, talk. I'm still under water.|
|Well very quiet in here all the chat and rumours are coming from LSE one poster in particular claims to have bought 10 millions of dollars n shares as there is a deal looming !!!I'm taking it with a pinch of salt as there have not been enough buys of size to warrant that argument and if he was spreading this rumour I'm sure more city types evils to be jumping all over this But. News will flow soon|
|Barrtern new poster LSE posted this "few bits of news coming regarding new contracts and sources say ceo returned from some abroad with good news and some big meets arranged in the uk 2 sign on the dotted line.Rerating"But with no trading I don't think anyone believes this but Keith is in UK as we speak so maybe there is something afoot ? Must be about time for a deal|
|Very strange a brand new LSE member only logged on last week has just posted whispers of deal. Yet only two trades so I'm not convinced ?|
|I'm sure Keith is not in UK for a jolly I'm sure he will have lots of meetings with potential buyers so news could come of a deal at anytime ? Work on website is on going but I'm told quite a big task so maybe a few more weeks. Some nice buying also a 475k buy on ISDX this morning|
|dolphin - indeed so, but on the other hand if he simply called the loan, phe couldn't pay, would go into administration, and the whole lot would go to Hillgrove as the lead debtor. Heads he wins, tails you lose.|
|Yes it would which puts a nice floor under the share price but all other shareholders would not agree the bid would they, I certainly would not and my share holding holds some sway? I'm sure D Moard and renewme would also say no as would all the other major shareholders so it would not go through? whatever you are trying to infer it would not make any difference to the prospects of growing the company into a very substantial profitable business ? The tech will do all the talking especially the more it sells and shows what it can do for the waste to energy industry? We have a plan and Keith and the board are imlimenting it just watch and learn
And Why do you all care so much I don't need protecting?|
|If had to bid would it not be at 0.5p per share being the conversion?|
|First of all he does own indirectly a majority - the loan is where the indirection comes in.
Secondly, the threat to convert (or withhold further financial support) is enough, as the last share grab proved.|
|He does not own directly or indirectly a majority until he converts and if he converted more than 29.99% he would have to make bid for the entire share capital ?
He can't just Willy Nilly convert the full loan there are consequences|
|Sure, but that's not hard when he owns, directly or indirectly, a majority of the shares.
Given proper corporate governance there would have had to be a motion for disapplication of preemption rights, but Bond's control is indirect so he can and does ride roughshod over the rights of minority shareholders.|
|He Had to get shareholder approval last time I believe it's not something he can just randomly do|
|So what part of it is not true?|
|Assumptions assumptions and trying to frighten holders with scare tactics|
|sleveen - that means nothing. Bond has already unilaterally changed the rules once, by doubling the number of shares he gets for his loan. He can do it again by changing the 8 months to some other figure, shorter or longer, if he so chooses. No agreement with Hillgrove is worth the paper it's written on, as long as the company is Bond's plaything.|
|Wonder why the MM would not offer anything under .95 late today very odd|
|Sleeven and your point is what? as this has been rolled over twice already and the board anticipate plenty of income from sales before next year so it's not an issue
You could not buy anything this afternoon in volume nada unless you were willing to pay 0.95 p that's quite a big premium for stock
Maybe MM have got wind of some news
See If they make a market in the morning I have £5 k in my trading account to spend|
|4.1. Hillgrove Loan
Hillgrove Investments Pty Limited (“Hillgrove221;) has provided the PowerHouse Energy Group plc with a convertible loan agreement amounting to $4,680,012 – which can be increased at Hillgrove’s option. The loan is secured by a debenture over the assets of the company and carries interest of 15 per cent per annum.
Hillgrove have provided a letter of support indicating they will not call the “note” for a period of at least 12 months following the publication of the 2015 Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2015, this date being 30 June, 2017
Minimum of 8 months $4.6m loan becomes payable.|
|Jaknife in your opinion of course it's not fact that it's uninvestable
I don't think all the loan will be converted just sufficient to take Peter Bond and Hillgrove to 29.99% is all that will get converted circa 250 million shares so not an issue and he will then be aligned with shareholders and this will be done when the business is on a sure footing with a good order book behind it
That's my opinion so we have differing opinions but I don't post as though everything is fact as you seem to you are so arrogant and sanctimonious what makes you the great all knowing|
|There's a huge convertible debt that could see a mountain of shares issued at a mere 0.5p. And the even bigger point is that the convertible was originally priced at 1p per share but they happily agreed to cut the exercise price in half and there's nothing to stop them doing the same again.
That's in addition to the other obvious red flags that mean that the business is uninvestable.|