Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Reflec LSE:REF London Ordinary Share GB00B1VW8R45
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals - - - - 0.70

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/11/2016
17:26
Evening All , How is everyone .??
man1
04/10/2016
15:42
two degs...LOL
philmac56
03/10/2016
20:37
i meant £3 per share...I did not say how many I have philmac56 except my holding is worth more than nighthawk that is for sure.
twodegrees
03/10/2016
18:18
Hi two degs...just the 1 share here now!!!????
philmac56
01/10/2016
09:44
so another £3 dividend is in the bank. Thank you reflec.
twodegrees
01/9/2016
13:41
Notes: Delisted from Aim 7th August 2009 Consolidation: 1000 for 1 consolidation 30th August 2010 http://lmmx.co.uk/companies/profile/reflec-plc/ And that was after the 50 for 1 in April 2007.
johndee
01/9/2016
13:24
You can check this thread all the way back to 2009 and see the time they de-listed.
johndee
01/9/2016
13:20
11,000 shares from 1999 are completely worthless. Needed hundreds of thousands if not millions to have even a share or two now. Early in the year 2000 they were 42 pence a share, after that they went very low. Some bought at 1 penny in 1999 and made a killing if they sold after a few months. I had well over £1,350 worth of shares in 2004(bought in 2003) and bought a few more after that, but after the consolidations(final one was in 2010) I now have 2 shares. Therefore 235 shares in 2007 are worthless. I have done very well with Reflec late 1999 but lost money buying in 2003. Less losses than gains though. Now waiting for £1000 per share to even consider selling the two shares I have.
johndee
01/9/2016
13:11
JGHALE; There are about 14,600 in issue nowadays, so if you do have 225 you own about 1.5% of the company and you have missed a shed full of money in divis. There have been 2 share consolidations since 1999 - 1:50 & 1:1000 so I suggest you may be one of those who had less than 1 share after the 2nd consolidation.
upthepool
01/9/2016
13:10
Just found that out!! Apparently my original several thousand ended up at less than one! Still an interesting exercise Cheers
jghale
01/9/2016
13:02
The problem is the last consolidation of shares was about August 2009 and they were taken private at £50 a share. I did not like to burst your bubble but there were two huge consolidations. Check it out.
johndee
01/9/2016
12:47
Philmac56....thanks!! Clearing out my loft discovered 11,000plus shares from 1999 which I think were diluted to 225 shares (computer share certificate) in 2007. At @ £280 to £300 seems a lot of money! Shall register for my divi! Cheers
jghale
01/9/2016
06:17
JGHALE... Shares are still trading between £280-£300 but very few, there are lots for sale being offered on the website. They were paying a divi twice a yr around £5-6 per share ...look on their website...you may need to register to get access. You can obtain a login from Reflec on 01606 593 911 hxxp://www.reflec.com/
philmac56
31/8/2016
22:54
Johndee, thanks for input.i did receive 235 in 2007 from computer share so I reckoned there had been mass dilution! What I don't understand is that today's share price appears to be 6.5 pence, yet only a year or so ago £300 is quoted! What's that all about? I gave up on this years ago yet they still keep going!Is there any hope or should I not get ever over excited about it?
jghale
31/8/2016
21:25
You will need a few hundred thousand from 16 years ago to have value. 200,000 shares has become 2 shares and that was from 2002/2003.
johndee
31/8/2016
17:15
I have a share certificate for a few thousand reflec shares purchased around sixteen years ago.Do they have any value?
jghale
27/7/2016
18:31
can anyone update the charts because then psychologically as well as factually we can keep seeing how reflec is growing. Might encourage some to think about buying all those shares that people want to sell.
twodegrees
13/7/2016
07:38
They are talking of when the shares were listed and companies like City Equities were pushing them and making at least 25% on each deal. Now some are getting compensation if they bought the penny shares because of boiler room tactics by certain brokers. Hallbrooks are being successful in achieving compensation for individuals, no win, no fee basis. It has nothing to do with how Reflec is now. I guess many individuals lost a fortune on Reflec at the time.
johndee
12/7/2016
21:21
Not had anything Phil , but you would have thought they would have been buying up the shares if that was the case. Have sent you a email
man1
12/7/2016
20:46
Question 2 I have today received a letter from a company named Hallbrook Partners (solicitors). They list a name of companies who over a period of time have been suggesting to individuals to buy shares in reflec. Suggest a mid selling issue. Anyone else had a similar letter???
philmac56
12/7/2016
17:25
Phil I believe Martin has moved on to pastures new , I think that would fit in well with the groups statement of reducing group overhead costs .
man1
11/7/2016
18:34
Question... Does anyone know if Martin Cope, has retired from Reflec???? His name seems to have disappeared from their website as a point of contact? Now replaced with John Kinder!!!!
philmac56
09/7/2016
00:07
Worth holding as the tax free dividend is a much higher earner than you are likely to get anywhere else.
johndee
08/7/2016
19:12
Twodeg, I sold out close to a yr now.
philmac56
06/7/2016
17:56
philmac56 if you sold out why have the amount of holders not dropped???
twodegrees
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