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|bronek1959b: also without doubting your contact with the company i would be very suprised in fact shocked if a company would share price sensitive imfo by email or by phone as that would be very risky for the company.|
|seanmiller: They had whatever cash they had at April 2008 plus a further 700k from the sale. They still own 9% of TWELP. MKT Cap 380k shows
"As a result of this disposal Tersus now owns approximately 9 per cent. of TWELP resulting in Tersus owning (indirectly) approximately 1.3 per cent. of HT Blade."
Sod all those safe havens with no debt and loadsa profits, the share price never goes anywhere rofl ;) They attract posters who need to pump pump pump all the time, even cross BB'ing to ramp their shares on other forums. Now thats ramping ;)|
|tiredoldbroker: Davius, when I commented, the share price was 4p offered, and I've never seen the point in basing market cap on the mid price when you can't buy stock at that level (if you wanted to).
My point is, the only people who are profiting from this situation are the directors (who seem to be getting paid a LOT of money for running a tiny company) and Mr Gyllenhammer - and as a Leeds Group shareholder, I have to say that his track record is NOT one of extracting value for small shareholders !|
|tiredoldbroker: Your track record stinks even more this week Chancre, you were ramping MGP on their thread, claiming that the figures out today would be good, showing a return to profit and justifying a realistic share price of 1.5p. What you've actually got is turnover down over 50%, a £1.3m loss, the company delisting and the share price halved to 0.25p bid.
Coming so soon after your failed ramps of PARO and LNX, you must be running out of halfpennies to shunt. All because you choose to rely on making up stories about micro cap stocks which you try to ramp.|
|tiredoldbroker: You all seem to be ignoring the fact that when Peter Gyllenhammar provided £500,000 in a rather short-term loan, in December 2007, the terms weren't just repayment in 15 months and a 9% interest rate. He also got 6 million warrants, exercisable at 1p.
Now, if you think TER is worth 6p, the implication is that for a half-mill short-term loan, the directors gave away £300,000 (6m x 5p), along with a toppy interest rate and security over all the company's assets. Effectively a 69% financing cost, for a 15-month facility. Do you still think they're on your side ?
Or maybe, TER is only worth 1p a share, hence the pricing. Look at the actual figures - in the 6 months to 30 June '07, admin costs were £1,086,236; in the previous year, £2,826,543; but this is a minute company, with a tiny investment portfolio. Doesn't it occur to you that someone is doing very well out of it, but that "someone" isn't the shareholders ?
I'd suggest that the current share price reflects a mixed bag of investments, one or two successful and the others no longer talked about much, minus the market's evaluation of what another 18 months' "admin costs" will do to the balance sheet.|
|seanmiller: Not a better deal than for those who got in at 1p and have seen a return on their investment of 300% today though. Is that not also a good investment. And what you are saying about getting the assets is speculation only, as is any idea that the share price will continue to rise. 9% interest in current clime is a reasonable rate on a secured loan. I would firstly ecpect him to put his all into gettgin a return based on growth, rather than a chiselling deal at the death to obtain assets at stripped prices. Just my opinion, but same as yours, an opinion.|
|asparks: some of you TER holders were also posting on the IMTK board recently. This may be of interest:
Imaginatik's speculative appeal
Although sales fell in the first half at Imaginatik, a software provider that enables large corporations to tap into the 'collective genius' of their staff, long-term prospects improved as the company switched its focus from smaller projects to large.
A 'tougher-than-expected' first quarter led to sales shrinking 9% to £1.2m for the six months to September, with a £470,000 pre-tax loss dragging cash levels back to £108,000. The dollar effect has not been too deleterious, despite most clients being US-based, as most costs are incurred in that beleaguered currency.
Increased momentum in the second quarter, with new US business wins including Xerox, Kellogg's and Philip Morris and new pilots in the UK including BSkyB and Merrill Lynch, has continued into the second half, with the company's collaboration with IBM starting to reap rewards.
A previous deal with IBM, whose activities in the area it calls 'ideation' are well known in corporate America, was upgraded to a global reselling agreement in August. No impact was reflected in the interim figures, but in October IBM's sales team was trained up to sell Imaginatik's solution, which should dramatically increase prospects.
In the second half, four one-off 'ideation' projects have already been signed and CEO Mark Turrell is working with IBM to sell more long-term contracts. The London-based company's efforts to increase recurring revenues saw it sign eight long-term deals in the first half, giving it 40 clients that now pay some form of annual fee.
Together, Imaginatik and IBM have around 70% of a booming market and house broker WH Ireland predicts 70% sales growth this year and next. Volatile since listing at 7.5p in December, Imaginatik has speculative potential with bids a possibility.
Share price 5p
Market cap £5.83m
Recommendation Speculative buy|
|davius: Well this is all a bit of a laugh. The chances of someone truly knowing a bid was coming on a specific day and at a specific price is pretty remote. And if it did happen as suggested then a swift call to the FSA would be in order for revealing inside info. Only the gullible would be buying on the back of such nonsense.
Of far more import are the facts concerning the company, which are as follows:
1) Share price exceptionally weakened by cashflow problems and what appears to be forced selling.
2) The company had reported that it wants to sell off parts of the business.
3) The interim results revealed a small profit to end June.
4) The net asset value at the interims was £5m which includes £1.9m in intangibles.
5) share price bottomed out under 1p (market cap under £0.5m).
6) Peter Gyllenhammar revealed as a large shareholder.
7) Net asset value is 13.1p per share. Discount intangibles and it is 8.1p per share.
8) Current share price at 4.5p, a heavy discount to NAV.
9) The company has confirmed that it is in talks.
I can't see why anyone would consider selling out at the current share price with the company in talks. Were there to be an offer for the entire business I would expect it to be at a minimum of 8-10p. They have to be worth holding for now.|
|chancer6: I'll be making an investment of 100,000 shares in these on Monday.
*Net assets of #5.08 million - take out 2million for goodwill and intangibles and even then the net assets figure would come to #3.08 million. With 38 million shares in issue that would equate to a share price of around 10 pence!!!
Won't neccesarily do a fund raising:
'The company plans to introduce a strategic partner or sell one of its assets
for additional capital, adding it continues to explore such opportunities'.
Mr Peter Gyllenhammar has bought 7,000,000 shares in the past week which equates to 18% of the equity. Well respected figure and shrewd guy who picks up significant stakes in distressed companies when the share price bombs as in this case.
The current mkt capt only puts value on the AIM listing despite having significant assets and not including goodwill/intangibles. IMO seems a similar situation to SCT in which I enjoyed a 115% rise.....price dropped significantly to 2 pence due to Schroders bailing out before rising to 5.50 pence over the coming days. IMO should see a recovery to 5 pence in the short term and if Mr Peter Gyllenhammer is in the market to buy more shares then could surpass that level in the short term!|
|davius: It seems a ridiculous situation that tiny trades can affect this share price so much. The price has moved on to 1.75-2.25p after a couple of small buys (one showing as a sell though) with trades being offered at 1.78-2.16p now.
With asset value still worth several times the current share price the shares are worth hanging on to, despite the temptation to take a swift 59% gain (gulp) in 2 days.|
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