Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Reversus LSE:REV London Ordinary Share GB0009769521 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 180.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 0.00

Reversus Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/4/2005
07:01
Unimog, Ticker is CHT Cheers, Danny Boy.
snakeplisskin
24/4/2005
06:49
Samp..had a few double baggers in my time....best not tell the missus..lol Whats the new epic from Monday,any idea's ?
unimog
23/4/2005
18:39
I am keeping mine as well. Looked a reasonable deal imo.
topvest
22/4/2005
19:00
likewise, i have a mil of these, long term, 5 baqgger, so i have been told, and so i tell the missus....
sampsonp
22/4/2005
12:17
I intend to keep mine. You never know
unimog
20/4/2005
09:07
I just got my notice of name change from Barclays. Does anyone think these are worth holding?
shotoshi
18/4/2005
14:33
new week, new hope.
glamrocker
11/4/2005
15:38
new week, new dope.
glamrocker
11/4/2005
15:37
changed this in case any offence was taken from what i wrote as was just trying to inject some humour but obviuosly not very successfully
wiseghai
11/4/2005
14:42
new week, new hope.
glamrocker
06/4/2005
12:21
Some nice buy's
unimog
05/4/2005
19:48
topvest, Agree with your comments but would add that the new company seems to be positioned very well in a very exciting sector. The NHS has already indicated that it plans to spend a lot of money buying in diagnostic tests from the private sector companies such as DTC. If the directors of DTC have anything about them, we should start to see revenue's increase rapidly over the next couple of years. Danny Boy.
snakeplisskin
05/4/2005
19:41
Read the prospectus now. An interesting deal. Encouraging that the management team are putting in c£400k of cash as well. Deal looks sensibly priced and prospects look ok. Profitability of the underlying company will be hit by over £100k per annum through AIM costs and higher director salaries, but on balance looks ok. I think I will hold with a strict stop loss.
topvest
04/4/2005
14:40
new week, new hope.
glamrocker
04/4/2005
11:57
New week,....well that's about it I guess.....
badabing
01/4/2005
14:40
A few buys with 1 for 400k,so someone else must think it looks a good deal
unimog
01/4/2005
14:39
I'm very hopefull now :-)
snakeplisskin
01/4/2005
13:21
new month, new hope.
glamrocker
31/3/2005
13:33
I agree with snake. It looks like a good business and it's certainly in a good sector. Luckily I bought more a few weeks back so I'm in profit but I still intend to hold on and see what the next couple of months bring.
unimog
31/3/2005
12:25
No - I did not expect to see the company acquire a business and see no dilution - but of concern are really the other three points and the dilution is the final straw!
mawallace
31/3/2005
11:15
mawallace, Did you expect Reversus to aquire a business through a reverse takeover deal and not see out holding diluted? If the answer is yes to the above then you shouldn't invest into cash shells as you just don't get something for nothing. If you hold REV from before it became a cash shell then you are probably holding at a loss and should decide to either sell and take the hit or hold and hope the new business brings future growth and profit. At the end of the day, Reversus only had cash in the bank and no business. The only certainty would have been that the amount of cash held would become less each month until it had all gone. We at least now have what looks to me to be a promising business on which to build upon and hopefully will drive the shareprice higher on news of further aquisitions. Regards, Danny Boy.
snakeplisskin
31/3/2005
10:38
I have reservations about this deal. (1) I know that apst performance is not a guide to the future, but profits seem to have fallen in the company being acquired - even after striiping out the reorgansations costs. (2) The Balance sheet is full of goodwill etc. If you remove this then the company is insovlent. Given the level of earnings, is the goodwill overstated? (3) If my sums prove to be correct, we will be diluting our share holding to such an extent that the value of our shares will be less than currently (4) Have you seen the track record of the directors? One these have been subject to a CVA and another presided over the collapse and adminstration of a company? Who is the winnner? The company being acquired? Who is the lossers? Us present shareholdings.
mawallace
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