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|jasonsd: Primrose, Spritworld and all serious holders:
do you think we will ever se the heady heights of where this share price was 12 weeks ago within the next 18-24 months, or that we will find a new trading range of 70-100p in the same time scale.
Yes everybody wants a quick buck here, but if everyone can just stand back and look at what this company was achieving 12 months ago along with the current deals that they have, does anyone reallistically think that this company is going to go down.
I for one don't, and will be reaping the rewards come 18-24 months time when I can comfortably retire. Just look at Arcadia and Next, look at the what was written on the boards at the time when they were in trouble, and look at the share price now.
|primrose: matto..LOL "send the share price tumbling again.." Well it's not in
orbit around the moon yet today is it ??
It's got every potential of being traded up alone-
"The Board has received Significant Interest from a number of potential
Purchasers in acquiring various parts of the Company.."
This is a great deal more upbeat and positive than back on the 1st March 2002.
As I've maintained throughout since Mid February The Company are not going
to care that much whether SWD is being traded at 5p or 20p-given it's
falls from over 300p within 4 months or so and 2 profit warnings.It's in
trouble like loads of companies and sectors.The Company also clearly
do not care at all for day traders or bottom fishing retail investors or
the fact that many people have banked considerable profits in SWD from
trading.If you're sonfident and have an investment then really it's a no lose
situation,as the chance of failure as Porky suggested is now not a factor in
any way guanranteed-Look at the Company,Visit the WWW.,Phone 'em-It's full
business as usual-the BB's and retail investors day trading or whatever are
not relevant or an issue.It remains a high risk speculative play but with
outstanding upside potential and at 5p is hardly over priced ?? (£3m Mcap)
There is no way SWD can be below the likes of SCO/SAW etc and it's not on
sets so retail buying does make a difference and the MMs do have to increase
the prices,especially if they're going to run out of stock,as there's
no way G.Brown is going to sell any of his 1.6Million at 5p is there ??
|fishcake: Sportsworld Media Group PLC said it has received significant interest from a number of potential purchasers in acquiring various parts of the company.
Consequently it will embark exclusively on a sale of separate parts of the
I think that the company has already lined up some buyers for parts of the company, otherwise they would not have been given the backing of the banks.
So for example for every £1m acquired by Sportsworld from sales the share price would rise 1.5p
So any announment of a £10m sale would raise the share price 15p
With massive upside DOYR.
Just a waiting game now for further announments.|
|primrose: Errol-Fair enough-although not ramping at all-From reading all the
informative posts,reviews,contracts signed since profit warnings,interviews,
press articles and other information from Porky,Go Han and others-You can
be in no doubt that Sportsworld is worth a bit more than it's now £3.4M MCap.
HOW DOES THIS SOUND ?
AT ANY POINT WITHOUT NOTICE-THERE WILL BE A FURTHER RNS FROM SWD,IF THE
BOARDS RESOLVEMENT IS SUCCESSFUL CONFIRMING THAT AN OFFER IS BEING
CONSIDERED FOR xyz ASSET FOR ANYTHING BETWEEN £1Million AND £20Million..
Even if the Assets are only worth £1Million each which in some cases would
be a 97% MARKDOWN IN VALUE (EVEN Loot was worth 25%) THEN THAT EQUATES
TO A SHARE PRICE OF 22p PER SHARE..........
0p and all the doom and gloom rubbish,being into the banks big time etc
is all "DERAMPING" and not one negative comment has been backed up by
any statistics whatsoever-All the infamous say is look at JUS,SCO etc
What CR#P. SWD IS UNIQUE-SECURITIES ARE NOT ALL RUSSIAN COMMUNIST LADAS
JUST IN DIFFERENT SHADES OF METALIC PEAT AVAILABLE.
However,as always Time will tell-Noone's been able to buy at 2p yet
I note and matters couldn't be worse-If Killiks have all gone and it's
still at 5p then IMV it will get back up to 16p to 21p which is what
the majority have viewed as a worst case scenario- Yes 60p,130p500p would
be wonderful but everyone including me will be very very happy with around
16p thanks.(I've already banked 325% cash profits from SWD since Mid
February-and if over the next week or two it's going to be traded then
I will definitely trade it too once it's back above 10p which ar this rate
of buying could be today-There are only 31 Million in the open Market
and we as in retail investors own over 20 Million as of now..
Despite the further 4 million dumped as Smithy kindly affirms not 8 million
to justify the 4p-WITHIN ABOUT ANOTHER 5 MILLION BEING BOUGHT THERE
WILL BE A SIGNIFICANT STOCK SHORTAGE-YOU WILL ONLY BE ABLE TO BUY ANY
BY PHONE AND IF NOT RISING TODAY THEN TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY NEXT
WEEK IT COULD EASILY TRADE UP TO 18p AGAIN WITHOUT ANY DIFFICULTY.
|fishcake: I can only see this as good news, with further Bank support, the bank thinks that the company assets are worth far more than £4-5m.
Expect further announments in the coming weeks for parts of the company being sold off, this would underpin a greater share price.
It would only take one small part of this company to be sold for £5-6m to double the share price.
I am staying put for further announments|
|pork belly: Unbelievable panicking .
Some people really amaze me.
SWD has "received significant interest from a number of potential purchasers in acquiring various parts of the Company" and "the Company's bankers have indicated theircontinuing support beyond this date whilst the sale process is continuing."
This was all expected.The share price has already dropped substantially since the 2 profit warnings to reflect the bad news.
I am sure that alot of people will dump a.m. , but i am quite happy with this news.They will undoubtedly raise a damn sight more than todays very low market cap of 4.64m. Not only that, but the Bank have guaranteed that they will finance SWD until the sale of the various parts of SWD is complete.Therefore, SWD will NOT go bust.What more do you want ?
Do you really think that SWD won't raise a hell of alot more than the current market cap of just 4.64m ?
I have no problems with holding until we get more info on the sale of the different parts of the business as it is already well known that they have some very valuable assets.
Good luck to all those that decide to sell.
|useralex: 4 pence a share? Somehow I dont think so.
At the current price of 7p the SWD is valued at £ 4 (four)million. RNS says the company has been approached to sell some or all of its parts. Company still got cash (look at results 6 months ago - as much cash as the ammount of its debt). RNS is actually quite positive. I dont see a fall in share price unless people panic sell by listening to derampers (SOMEONE WHO WANTS YOUR SHARES AT AS LOW PRICE AS POSSIBLE). Pls recommend if you agree.|
|dixi: If the company is sold off in bits I assume this means that there will be no offer at a given share price - does this work out that SWD effectively will only get back the sum total of the parts sold which from our point of view means not a lot?
No question about reporting figures not as bad as share price implies (as I think we'd quietly hoped) and carrying on as a going concern then - does this not imply SWD are pretty much done as we know them? Just financed through to sale of parts then bye bye? (IMHO)
Any shrewd answers?|
|johndee: Anyone here know how to access Canadian share prices. Thistle Mining is one I am interested in knowing the latest share price. Last week it was 38 cents but I have lost the web-site and cannot remember the name of it.|
|fishcake: Indalo the management dont have to worry about the share price.
SWD have the full support of the bank and IMO when the interims are made clear on the 28th March, showing the company making a small profit.
The share price will increase automatically.|
Sportsworld Media share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange