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|viewtoakill: I still think this company has a fair value of 13-15p per share. This really is becomming something of a nice cash shell. It's a shame that it cost TSP £1m to get out of the OZ lease but at least it's free of any overheads from that site. It could be an interesting year, especially if another company is revered into it. I see that they didn't want to give up their Nasdaq listing. While there is some risk I think alot of this is currently factored in the Share Price. Another nice little rise this morning. Nothing to get excited about at the moment. Just bouncing off a low. Still nice to see though.|
|viewtoakill: I still think this company has a fair value of 13-15p per share. This really is becomming something of a nice cash shell. It's a shame that it cost TSP £1m to get out of the OZ lease but at least it's free of any overheads from that site. It could be an interesting year, especially if another company is revered into it. I see that they didn't want to give up their Nasdaq listing. While there is some risk I think alot of this is currently factored in the Share Price.|
|howdlep: Ex-employees have grievances, which I can fully understand.
I simply trade the movement of a share price. Right now, TSP is a share moving up quickly.|
|deep powder: nav still twice current share price..bring on the dunc..|
|howdlep: Friendzarin - 29 Mar'06 - 20:05 - 159 of 160
Just as a matter of interest howdlep do you know the management ?
No I do not know them.
Whilst I appreciate your comments re the declining share price, I can only state that an initial purchase below 11p represents real value for my own risk/reward profile.
Had I bought at much higher prices, I would have had to weigh up the cashburn versus the prospect of a bid. A difficult decision when trying to preserve capital.
As it is, I hope we will get a bid within a relatively short period of time.|
|cwake1: Unfortunately I have to agree with you. I keep hearing that the cash this company have are worth the share price alone but thats obviously rubbish as it continues to fall like a stone. I wish I had the courage to get out now and cut my substantial loses but it hardly seems worth it now.|
|spcecks: goldengoose agree... overreactin in share price.|
|spcecks: anyone know any reason for the fall in the share price.|
|goldengoose: But SB, unless I'm mistaken, you haven't got a finger on the books, and don't know how much they received from the Ins claim, and how well some parts of the business have been doing. Therefore it is only from your veiw-point you think results won't look good, Telspec aren't just a local company & from what I hear they might be a lot better than what you, or others for that matter by way of the share price, 'suggest'.
Care to qualify your statement at all?
Good w/e & time will tell GG :-)|
|gedy: I still hold a few Telspec shares, I sold most of the 25,000 I bought on the day in September 2001 when they annouced their results and the first page of their annual report caused the share price to dip, offering a nice buying oppertunity, I was in profit by the end of the day. It does seem they have had a bumpy ride recently. I sold most of my holding at a healthy profit, mainly because I wasn't totally convinced that all the plans would come to fruition. I like the company and I was impressed when I visited the Rochester plant a couple of times in the late '80s. The people they had then were competant and experienced. With the right management to cut the deals in a competative world market they could ride high again, I wait with anticipation.|
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