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|networker: I have followed this share for some time since its Knutsford days and am intrigued by swwkimi's comment. No doubt he will explain himself.
Certainly the management has made some encouraging noises in the recent past, such as during the interim results announcement last year. The director buying, coupled with the grant of options, just before the close period, may prove to be significant. So may the small 'nosey' buying which greeted the date being set for the announcement of Final results. With such a large percentage in directors' hands and only two notifiable holdings from institutions, any change in performance/sentiment could presage a significant share price move.
I've certainly got this firmly on my monitor.|
|winky: With the market stabilising and the company's stability proven, is there a chance for a full listing here shortly? The CEO has already referred openly to considerin dividends in the near future. A full listing may be a better incentive to moving the share price.|
|this_is_me: The share price is on an upward trend, having got oversold.|
|this_is_me: Looks like any stock overhang from former directors has been cleared and that the current directors expect to get the share price well above 5p.|
|this_is_me: We have seen the bottom for the share price and I think that it can make the 10p offer price again, but I have no idea how long this will take. The price rise did not spark any selling and, although not many followed the director buy for his pension fund, to near term outlook is positive.|
|bazil1967: Hi all
I bought in recently at the current price as I think the company is undervalued at the moment. I reckon there is a lot of scope for share price movement given the fundamental need for information which this company is in the business of delivering. We shall see more and more demand for quality net broadcasting/conference calls and delivery of financial information on company fundamentals as the consumer/investor has more and more access to information on a global scale.
Other than that I tend to invest from a top down approach and look at the main indices and see a huge global downside which will pick up again. It is always reasuring at these times when I invest heavily is that you can be sure you are not investing at a peak.|
|this_is_me: It looks as though the directors are very confident that the share price is going to go well above 8p over the next couple of years.
NOTIFICATION OF INTEREST
WILink.com plc ("the Company") hereby notifies that on 26 October, 2001 the
WILink.com plc General Employee Benefit Trust ("GEBT") purchased 23,887,500
ordinary shares of 1p each in the Company ("Shares"). In addition the Company
issued 26,112,500 Shares on 5 November, 2001 at the mid-market price 2p per
share. Pursuant to these purchases, GEBT now holds, in aggregate, 50,000,000
Shares, representing 5.41 per cent. of the Company's issued share capital.
It is envisaged that GEBT will use these shares to satisfy liabilities arising
in future from performance based option schemes, none of which vest before
2003 and all of which require the Share price to equal or exceed 8p.
The beneficiaries of GEBT include certain of the Directors of the Company who
are therefore interested in the Shares being acquired. Certain of the
Directors of the Company may, at some future time, obtain a beneficial
interest in a number of these Shares if and when awards are made by GEBT.
FRS14 requires the above Shares to be treated as cancelled for the purposes of
EPS calculations until vesting, and therefore earnings per share (excluding
goodwill amortisation) will be enhanced as a result of the purchase of the
23,887,500 Shares and unaffected by the issue of the 26,112,500 new shares.
The total number of Shares in issue following these transa|
|maxinvestor: Another interesting article from iii. Nice little bit of research and I agree that's its well worth a little punt. They should post blistering results:
Yesterday I purchased an additional 154k shares on top of the 120k I own already.Yes I am slightly biased, but I believe there is good reason to be. Why:
1) Wilink has a cash reserve of at least £10m (their FD has already confirmed this to me via email). Their profits for this year I expect to be around £2.2-5m. 1st half interims were £1m, David Conrad will have made approx. £300k for the full year (in the last 17months it was confirmed that they made approx. £0.5m). Wilink has also extended its distribution to other parts of Europe, ie Netherlands at least, taken on more channell partners & launched a fund information service in Canada. With all the extra growth in the distribution channels & the downturn in the general market I would guess I am not far wrong. This figure excludes the interest on their cash reserves.
2)Directors purchases. Their FD purchased 1m shares @4p for & gained 3m share options at 1p. Yes he is already at a loss on this first 1m shares. Interesting his comments at the time that he would of bought sooner, presumably at a higher price, if he was able to. He couldn't as he was aware & involved in the strategic acquisitions.
3)The board own about 80% of this company & would of lost a lot of paper money recently & their not jumping ship. If they were I'd be worried.
4) Wilink have created a powerful niche in the market place. No real competitors to their core prodicy range, which acts as a powerful introductory tool for SERIOUS private investors. This can really open the door for so many other opportunities.
5) Their acquisitions were positive; particularly Informedinvestors.com (check their website). These are a great strategic fit fro expanding the range;
6)Launch into Investment banking. This cannot be too far away & will surely act as a fillip to their current share price. Their CEO, on the Wilink webpage, in the media scetion, does refer to how soon they will move into this area. He states that they could do it quickly themselves from a low cost base, but then implies that he will would prefer to move quickly with a more established partner. Good logic if your share price is really depressed & undervalued!
7) Continuous growth. Wilink have averaged approx. 30% growth over the last few years. With its current plans can't see this decreasing.
8)Launch of other new services. In the CEO media document mentionned above it also states that they will be launcging stockcube reports with companies about now & with private investors later in the year. Linked to this they have also done some deal with T1ps.com. I recently received an email from Nigel Wakeham about this & T1ps.com confirmed to me that they have an arrangement with Wilink!
On the downside is obviously the current sentiment towards .com companies, but for the reasons outlined above Wilink is not really typical of .com companies; it actually makes a very handsoem return & profit.
The spread is also very large, which is frustrating. But the shares are very cheap. Would you prefer a higher price & smaller spread; a close call!
The results are out 2 weeks today so I can't really see many sells & further depression of the share price. My biased advice is to top up or hold in there until at least the results are issued in 2 weeks.
|jasaniman: re:wilink was recently featured on "show me the money" on tv,the experts said ,it was a very confident company with millions in the bank,headed by a very strong team,they recently anounced there interim report,profits were up,
customer base increased,and wilink intend to expand to other countries including the far east next year.In my opinion this share is a very safe bet over the long term.If you look at the market capitalisation it is going slowly up,remember internet stocks at the moment are very unpopular,take advfn, what a fantastic site this is,before we had to buy very expensive software to get real time data,has everybody forgoten?, yet if you look at the share price today can you make sense of it?.wilink is golden nugget waiting to be discovered,iv put my money where my mouth is and bought a considerable amount of shares,for a long term investment.If you do your research you will see that a lot of Aim Companys share price drags a few years before leaping into space,today investors dont like to wait years before cashing in they want there profits quick.So dont worry if you have bought,hang on.|
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