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20/1/2011
13:55
the_doctor2: Mike111D - 20 Jan'11 - 12:13 - 56266 of 56290 I can recall the_doctor taking a similar stance at ASM last year when they posted their bad news RNS and the price collapsed. He insisted that he knew better than the market but to be honest his opinions based upon my knowledge of the company at the time did not appear to be very well founded. Essentially he hoped to buy in at the bottom with a view to the share price recovering, which as I suggested at the time it has failed to do. I made a profit on ASM thanks Mike. It rose from the point I suggested it would, contrary to your suggestions. 'He insisted that he knew better than the market' I probably have more biotech expertise than most in the market, so that is fair. However, let's make one thing clear, the market had decided the price I bought in at. BUT, nowhere did the market say 'it will then go up, or down'. There was no trend, just a reaction and the future movement remained unclear. In no way here am I suggesting I know better than 'the market'. However, it's clear from the fact I avoided buying RGT for 7 years apart from once where I made a profit, that my views are perhaps a little better than those of many here that piled in all the way down (I'm not gloating) the bottom line Mike is that I'm suggesting people at least read the circular carefully, assess the revenue and cost implications before making decisions. That is far more constructive than the mindless nonsense from bitter derampers that havent actually thought properly about the situation, but are instead just reacting over-emotionally. Sure, if enough people act like that, the share price will head in their direction. I'm not too concerned how the share price performs from here on - the fate of my holding will be determined by NewCo, not any panic or deramping here
17/1/2011
16:56
robandkerry: asmodeus - 17 Jan'11 - 16:24 - 56001 of 56007 For some of us who have been here for years, it has to be admitted that Percy did a brilliant job in persuading otherwise reasonably intelligent, and often experienced people to put their savings into a Company with no income, with three directors being paid £80,000 a year each, and with nothing but forecasts of future returns! How could we have been so misguided? We deserve to be punished, and my God, how we have been. Its called jam tomorrow Asmod, and a lot of companies do it. Dont beat yourself up about it, these things happen. As long as you learn from it thats the main thing. Everyone wants to make money on the companies they own, its only natural, but some people fall in love with companies, they believe all the BS and have dreams of Monte Carlo, and it clouds their judgement. You should never let your emotions get in the way of the facts. Sentiment drives share prices higher, but ultimately the price needs to be backed up by a sound business, if its not then its only a matter of time before it comes down again. You only have to look at the RGT chart to see this. I was happy for you all when i saw the share price rise over the last few weeks, and everyone was trying to encourage me to buy in, saying i was missing the boat etc etc. I was happy to sit on the sidelines and wait for a trading update to underpin the price rise, as imo RGT was fundementally flawed, and without a trading update the price was built on hype. I did try to highlight this many times but my efforts were always in vain. As ive said many times im not a gambler, I always try to look at the fundementals of any companies i invest in. If they are fundementally sound then you will not go far wrong. The secret is DYOR, and dont buy in on the back of silly price targets and dreams of better times ahead. GLA. :)
13/1/2011
17:46
genises: Hi all just got back in This is part of a email I got from Tim shilton today The point is that it is the same company unencumbered by the costs of being an AIM company, significant debt (the transaction is clearing these), overstaffing (reduced overhead) and financed (the loan - for cashflow - which will also complete the filter unit purchase). Iam still here for the long term and will vote a yes just to get rid of the chairman why couldnt rgt had done this a year ago. proberly percy hadnt sorted away to stay in the company. I will not invest any more money in the other company under percy. As pg once said the company could be run from a garden shed as the work on proving colostrinin works has been done.The staffing costs have been reduced to the bone and the new directors are on half half pay compare to the old company. Iam a large shareholder and have been working with RGT and PRG on contracts as a shareholder.Nothing as far as Iam aware has changed on future contracts. From the sounds of it this was the only way for regen to raise the money and keep percy in a job. I think if the company said we wanted to raise a right issue and pay the directors off with £340,000 + £250,000 to keep the company going until profitability the take up would be very low and we would still see what happened yesterday with the share price . Am I happy with a paper loss of +£30,000 doh. Tim and I will continue working on future contracts and I have provided several companies to rgt from large to small.One of which you saw last month Framingham. Not more I can say Iam as surprise as every one else in what happened. The shareholders in the new rgt.I will update if allowed on any contracts signed but I assume as alex has loaned and has a holding OF 3% in the new company they will announce any contracts as it will have a reflection in their shareprice.
29/12/2010
12:14
runtus: Hello Regeners, and thanks for the recent posts. I trust everyone had a very Merry Christmas and you are all looking foward to the year of the Biotech (thanks for pointing that out SS :-) Things are loooking bright for 2011...the biggest risk for RGT right now is a take over at a silly price. After many years of Regeners taking a 'hit' on the SP, even though progress was being made, some may feel grateful if RGT just reaches double figures. Ten pence a share would still only mean 7 to 8 million market cap. Peanuts! I had a quick read through an old Edison report from 2008. At that point they expected a US retail deal in that year or 2009. The valuation by Edison for RGT was £50 million. They quoted two paragraphas about this: ------------------------------------------------- Valuation: steep discount to rNPV "We have updated our valuation model - a risk adjusted NPV - although the net effect of changes is not significant, so we are maintaining £50 m which compares to with RGT's current £2m enterprise value. The large discount reflects the current adverse market for biotech companies, combined, in our view, with ReGens history of relatively frequent small fund raisings. " Valuation "ReGen stands at a significant discount to the intrinsic valuation produced by our risk-adjusted NPV of its R&D assets of just under £50m. The discount - which is large by even by current biotech stanards - is in our view, a reflection of the markets perception of risk associated with ReGens balance sheet strength and history of small fund raisings. The valuation does pre-suppose the establishment of a partnership to market colostrinin to the mass market in the US in 2009, an event that would represent a key catalyst for the shares". -------------------------------------------------------------------------- So, the £50m valuation is based on three things: 1) Biotechs being in fashion - predicted for 2011 2) End to frequent share placings - RGT at one stage raised funds every two weeks - last placing was September 3) Launch of the retail element in the USA - Still thought to be on the cards, along with China. The 2008 Edison report talked about about USA retail, China, India, Australia, and predicted sales in 2009 of £2.5 million a year. RGT would need £1million a year to b/e. gien that the margin is 60 odd pecent giving them at least £600k to cover cash burn. The report did not concider sales from S Korea, Argentina Uruguay and Paraguay. Sales over £1million a year could bring Earnings Per Share close to what the current share price is! EPS of 3p at 40x earnings you are looking at £1.20 a share. £50m market cap would be around 70pence a share. So while the likes of Gen may be looking at massive profits at 30pence, don't sell RGT short! The biggest threat to RGT is selling out too soon! All imho, dyro and gla! regards, Runtus
15/12/2010
22:24
maysun: maysun - 15 Dec'10 - 12:13 - 53773 of 53844 edit robandkerry - 15 Dec'10 - 11:58 - 53770 of 53775 My god, an RGT holder that is living in the real world. Where is that bottle of champers. Respect to you GF. We need some details on these exclusive deals. How long has it been since the USV deal was done and we are still waiting. If Maysun is to be believed, his recent buying spree is the reason for the recent share price rise. Is he being paid by the BOD to buy shares on the open market to get the share price up and create some interest around these new deals, thats anyones guess, but if i wanted to aquire a large chunk of RGT i certainly would not be buying on the open market, given the fact that RGT are struggling for cash. ======================================================== Robandkerry, Why is you mind always negative and always suspect of others motive? You know what you said is accusing me and the BOD commiting a criminal offence. Do you know the seriousness of such an accusation? Edit to add: Robandkeery, i am waiting for your answer.
15/12/2010
12:13
maysun: robandkerry - 15 Dec'10 - 11:58 - 53770 of 53775 My god, an RGT holder that is living in the real world. Where is that bottle of champers. Respect to you GF. We need some details on these exclusive deals. How long has it been since the USV deal was done and we are still waiting. If Maysun is to be believed, his recent buying spree is the reason for the recent share price rise. Is he being paid by the BOD to buy shares on the open market to get the share price up and create some interest around these new deals, thats anyones guess, but if i wanted to aquire a large chunk of RGT i certainly would not be buying on the open market, given the fact that RGT are struggling for cash. ======================================================== Robandkerry, Why is you mind always negative and always suspect of others motive? You know what you said is accusing me and the BOD commiting a criminal offence. Do you know the seriousness of such an accusation?
15/12/2010
11:58
robandkerry: My god, an RGT holder that is living in the real world. Where is that bottle of champers. Respect to you GF. We need some details on these exclusive deals. How long has it been since the USV deal was done and we are still waiting. If Maysun is to be believed, his recent buying spree is the reason for the recent share price rise. Is he being paid by the BOD to buy shares on the open market to get the share price up and create some interest around these new deals, thats anyones guess, but if i wanted to aquire a large chunk of RGT i certainly would not be buying on the open market, given the fact that RGT are struggling for cash.
09/12/2010
11:08
robandkerry: RGT are not going to establish anything with the deals that they are doing Gen. How many times do i need to say this, brands make money. RGT need to establish a brand, and licence distributors to sell CLN under the RGT brand. They need to do this quickly too, and stop giving exclusive agreements to the world, or they will have nowhere to go. RGT are doing deals with companies on any basis, just to say we have done another deal. I could do 20 deals a day like that. The idea of doing deals is to make money and establish your brand/business. Percy dont care that these deals are not in the best interests of RGT, hes only interested in what he can get out of RGT. If he believed in CLN and was trying to build a future for this company, he would not be doing these deals in this way. Hes just trying to get the share price to move north so he can get another placing out, and keep paying himself wages. He has no interest in the future of RGT other than the fact that its paying money into his retirement pot. If he was committed to RGT he would do better deals and buy some shares in the company. All imo of course.
06/12/2010
14:18
robandkerry: fozdad - 6 Dec'10 - 14:12 - 53109 of 53110 Wooster4, R & K made it quite clear when he sold out that he was going to constantly post negatively in an attempt to bring down the price and potentially buy back sub 1p. Thats a fair point Foz, but why would you think that by me posting negative the price would fall lower? The price has fallen lower because of what has happened at RGT, not because I have been posting. I have not changed my stance but the price has today gone up. The RGT share price has collapsed because people are not happy with what is going on, and how the company is being run. I am just highlighting the failings of the bod at RGT.
12/7/2010
14:17
dante17: Well, if someone had told me three months ago that great news about a decent Indian company signing up and launching Colostrinin in India will come and the share price will still be at 2p after that news/launch, then I'd say that's not remotely possible. And yet, here we are, with the India deal signed, sealed and taken care of, and the company's share price has barely budged. There is only one man responsible for this and we all know who it is. Once again Percy has killed off any chance of a decent move upwards. For the umpteenth time he has killed the chance of a better valuation following real progress with yet more massive dilutions (actual and potential). Once more the perception by the market, by shareholders and investors that the man is fundamentally dishonest has cast a shadow over what was a major achievement, and has led to the situation where one of the best deals the company has ever done has come and gone and the share price has not even moved. Percy once told me "but i've lost around half a million pounds from ReGen myself" when I asked him what he felt for shareholders who have lost so much because of him. Well Mr. Percy, considering you have received more than one million pounds in cash in total salaries and income since the year 2000, I think that statement was yet another attempt at misleading, at misinforming and even deceiving people. Yes, the company has made definite progress this year, and the deals for Turkey and India were both good, but it is obvious that with Percy in charge this company cannot get a major revaluation, just a small one. Nobody takes him seriously anymore, me especially, and in this respect I agree fully with Mchugh1 and others who have also felt that the man is fundamentally disrespectful and contemptuous of shareholders. It is absolutely unbelievable that the India deal (which could in itself make this company highly profitable), has had no impact on the share price. Percy, you and only you are responsible for that. Killing off the revaluation that was occuring with that ill-timed dilution was pathetic and disrespectful. There is no reason that you could not have waited a few weeks to let the news run a bit, see the company revalued and then issue some shares. You didn't need the money so urgently at that time. Anyway, progress is still happening and the company IS moving forward. When things improve on the shareprice front, it will be IN SPITE OF and not because of Percy and his disprespectful wink wink nod nod attitude.
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