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|Bang on manics. I have the same view|
|Go on Manics lad !!!|
|CD, be careful.
What TW points out is that some companies don't actually make money and look like they never will - so you should not invest in them - indeed if the share price is relatively overvalued, short them.
The effect of this is that if enough people agree with him, companies that are burning cash and need more investment to reach breakeven either have to issue more shares at a lower price, or in extreme situations, cannot.
Of course the true effect he has is almost impossible to really know as he is just one voice / opinion in the market.
He has helped to finish off some companies that were not viable - or possibly dodgy.
He has also helped to finish off some companies that _might_ have gon on to prosper.
It is unwise to dismiss him out of hand - QPP and it is also unwise to follow him blindly - long SGI short BOO.
His central point - that a company that burns cash and does not have enough cash to reach breakeven effectively has a value of £0 - is sort of roughly true.|
|The market will look favourably on this for the simple reason that they do not always like a concentration of assets in a single person. It does also reduce the likelihood of a delisting which could easily happen if ET were to make a formal bid for the company and take it private.|
|:) we will know in next few weeks if selling pressure increase by EFH selling.
Ed must have required cash: He couldn't sell tanatalum. He can't sell tung as sale by major shareholder will crush the share price. He sold Imagine but got illiquid 33% shares in future group (market cap after merger will be around £45m). He is waiting on Pension insurance corp listing for a while to sell his remaining 3-4%. And all other disruptive assets looks like in start-up phase.|
|Hopefully not following Rob Terry's playbook (EFH):
No doubt Winifirith is going to have a field day with this innocuous transaction.|
Upon completion of the Acquisition, the vendors of Imagine will own, in aggregate, c.32.8% of Future’s enlarged issued share capital
Atleast they have moved imagine's investment from Privte company to listed shares. Though illiquid but they can still sell to realize cash.|
|I suppose Equity first will charge high interest 7-8% and if price goes down, then will get more shares as collateral. Ed still got more 11m shares to pledge if share price tanks.
From Ed's point of view - 7-8% up in share price will cover his interest.
On other news - Disruptive has sold Imagine publishing to future group but not in cash
The total consideration payable, as detailed on 23 June 2016, is 179,567,841 new Future shares (the "Consideration Shares"), which at Future's closing share price of 8.84 pence on 12 October 2016 represents a consideration of �15.9m.|
|Sorry if I've misunderstood, but isn't this just a loan i.e. Edi doesn't want to sell the shares so he has given 6m shares as collateral to raise funds for another investment.
Then at some stage he will pay this Equities First Holdings LLC back and get his shares back too?|
|it says they will not short them as part of the agreement - ... therefore why do it??|
|Actually not £3.7m- the company wouldn't have lend 100% - should be around 70%. So he got around £2.6m out|
|Ed got £3.7m out. I hope the lending company will not sell.
I suppose Ed should have sorted that out otherwise he will get peanuts for remaining 15.7m shares
|Clearly raising money for a Steel Works Manics|
|got to love the rich, they make their affairs very complicated. I guess we need to know who owns the equity first holdings who disruptive has leant the shares to. why do that if he is the beneficial owner of that entity too? any thoughts welcome!|
|What's Edi up to then? Something, or nothing..?|
|New note out today:
|Well we've already had our Halloween scare RNS (HMRC winding up orders indeed...) so lets hope the next one is pertinent to bank positivity.|
|i smell a good run for tung!|
|This is where tung may have an advantage as one of its selling points is cross border tax compliance.
On a train that is running late. The guard blamed brexit - more original than leaves :)|
|Basware are finding it hard to grow this year, particularly in the UK.
"Basware has faced headwinds in its key markets in 2016. In the UK, uncertainty caused by the EU referendum has led to delays in decision making by both public and private sector customers..."
From their interim report, out today.|
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