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|IM late reported buy|
|And 'ere we go....YOLO|
|2M buys 600k Sells|
|More to come here. Bounce off the lower bollinger to break 1p|
|Added more today|
|Perhaps YOLO will actually be a serious MULTI BAGGER during 2017?!?!?|
|And the rest!|
|2P COMING UP NEXT WEEK|
|this is climbing again|
|Rerating also coming soon at Cashed up PIRI. lining up Lithium acquisition/stake? News coming in new year. Get in early 65% not in public hands.|
|Looks like the re-rating at YOLO has started early!|
|Expecting a serious re-rating at YOLO in the NY!!!!|
|Scyther - it was 1 to 5. Plus Simon Robinson the CEO got 9m. So I think they've issued 59.8m warrants as part of the fundraise. Looks like around 15% of the share capital. Will bring in £780k if the share price is high enough over 1.3p for the warrant holders to exercise. The Director Warrants expire October 2019. Presumably the other warrants are the same terms though I can't see this announced anywhere.|
|Hi Nick R,
I own Yolo, I've done reasonably well on trading it. To my mind it's a halfway house between a cash shell (I've done well on a fair few of these, Castle Street now Coretx, Feedback, etc) and proper long term investment companies, such as LMS Capital, Gresham House (though that's recently become more of a fund manager), Athelney Trust, etc.
I say it's a halfway house because it's a bit like Armstrong Ventures was - make an investment (or a few), so that you're an investing company as a business and don't have to follow the more onerous rules around cash shells, but in the long term you're going to figure out which investment works best and do a reverse. As Armstrong Ventures did - lend cash to MelodyVR then buy the whole thing for shares. I suspect one of Yolo's unlisted investments, whichever looks most promising, will reverse into them, they'll then pull cash out of the other investments as and when the opportunity arises.
Just a hunch - but where you can invest at a price which is broadly the same as the underlying investment value it's pretty hard to go wrong. Yolo's gone down recently I think over concerns around EJ but they have 40% of their market cap in cash and seem to be run on a shoestring, so I reckon they'll do well.
For what it's worth my strategy has been to invest in things like this, then sell most when they've done the transformational deal, keeping a few in case that new trading business turns out to be stellar - but keeping most of my funds in cash until I find the next such opportunity.|
|From red yet again to blue now YOLO are bouncing from an extremely O/S position ahead of the XMAS trading update expected early in the NY|
|Not sure how any warrants have affected this company's mkt value? Can you clarify a little ramas? cheers NR|
|So what ratio of free warrants to placing shares was issued at 1p|
|The free warrants have destroyed the share price unfortunately but what option was there, without them there wasn't a company ?|
Thanks for the Information and I'll take a look out of interest but it has no relevance to my original question about listed Investment Company's that buy unlisted company shares
They are like Chalk and Cheese.
Do you own YOLO? It's not a Unit Trust.|
|Nick, if you are looking for Investment trust co's - best take a read of this link & see the difference in returns over 5R & 10R basis