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I have been keeping an eye on these for a little while.
As you know I do work for xpertise but cannot divulge any info (So all other posters please do not ask any specifics).
The Annual conference was very upbeat, continued growth etc especially in the Soft Skills sector.
I am very happy with xpertise as an employer and can see a long term future for myself here.
Despite the lack of confidence as reflected in the current share price, I believe that XPG are turning a corner.
I can't say that we will see a price correction any time soon, but if next years results are as good as they are aiming for then we should see sustained northbound activity. (IMHO) Only.
Let me just say this, If the offer drops I will be buying in. At the mo a 50% spread is ridiculous. Has anyone got the online Bid / offer? I can't be bothered to login to check for myself.
|dusseldorf: Lord of the Land - Don't think too much of the share price retracement, remember the bid has been below 1p for almost 6 months and that was only on a blip. Once the dust has settled the price should stabalise and the real money will start changing hands. They keep mentioning the need for consolidation in the market and IMO they will either be aquired or make another aquisition within 2 months.|
|simon self: Considering that the share price is only .95p, a 635k `buy` is hardly second mortgage territory is it?
£6032.5p to be exact.|
|oscar4: just discovered this outfit recently.can anyone explain why any properly managed service co. can't make at least 5% profit on t/o? this co. should be making at least 700,000 pre-tax! If it was managed sensibly the share price price could rocket.|
|small racer: So why can this XPG company not get its act togeter and start making money in these hard times. This share price is right down considering their assets and order books!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Is this price being kept down by such a large spread in order for the big boys to clean up soon??
No used cars for me thanks - I have a garden full of em and neighbours complain about the oil spills|
|liveinhope: Chairman Clive Richards is well respected & good deal-maker. If Y2K overspend problems over for companies in general and training back in vogue then company could be interesting play. Have good training products but sadly great unwashed like kudos of being trained by a big name concern. If they could merge/be taken over by one of these then.....
Have also noticed that any share purchase seems to drive share price up in current climate, so something could be on cards although share volumes low.
Well spotted though. Also on my horizon.|
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