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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
All Active Asset Capital Limited AAA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 53.00 01:00:00
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DateSubject
13/7/2021
15:13
citytilidie: London Investor. They will not transfer the shares out of a SIPP even when they are delisted. Your best bet is to phone your SIPP provider and try and cross the shares to your own name at a sensible price. If they relist on another stock exchange however you should be fine as you will then be able to trade them in their new name. I would be tempted to try and cross them first at say 10p (unless you have 64k knocking about, as they might want you to cross them at that 80p). You will also need to think about CGT if you can get them transferred cheaper
09/7/2021
11:00
whatyasay1: Hey Daddy Cool You will have to ignore LOONS - it doesn't know how to research AAA or Mesh I'm not sure on the ins and out of Mesh's dealings but I know its been suspended a while - likely in relation to the revelation of AAA. Mesh however will multibag and there is so much positive talk about the financial rewards - 1:1 share option? BobbyDavro Posts: 135 Price: 0.00 No Opinion RE: Mesh into aaaSun 16:38 Would I like more than 1:1? Of course. However, with AAA raising at 80p this week Mesh holders should still be richly rewarded. Every AAA raise has been followed by a price increase, so I am expecting each AAA share to be worth a lot more than 80p or what was the point in the investors putting their money in? The directors seem to know what they are doing (understatement!). In conclusion I don’t think it is especially unreasonable to value each Mesh/AAA share at £1 for now (or minimum 80p), but considerably higher is entirely possible depending on what exactly they have planned. I have seen rumours of a NASDAQ listing being posted online either here or ADVFNn. Anyone care to shed any light on this?
25/6/2021
18:22
jraah: We have heavy financial and independent investors with large investments here, all of whom recognise the value being added. We are in the process of buying two extremely exciting companies, that are potentially groundbreaking in their fields. We have an exceptional BODs and NEDs all of whom with fantastic career records for major companies. We are likely to move over to the US for massive growth opportunities. Let's stick to the FACTS and focus on that and what has already been achieved for shareholders so far. All the fundamentals are in place which is why there is rightly huge demand to try and join in when this relists.
23/6/2021
12:26
citytilidie: What’s funny is that anyone with a short position can’t just ignore it. They will probably have to buy the stock back privately from an investor who is happy to sell them the stock. This could be at any price from £1 to £3. No amount of stupid posts will change that fact.
20/6/2021
14:20
jraah: It goes without saying DYOR but the hallmarks are all present. Very strong board, some major directors being appointed. Major investors on board. A clear goal/vision for how the company wants to grow. Huge interest and demand for these shares. Moving on to an even bigger market in the US. Good luck whatever you do
23/5/2021
21:58
master rsi: Before the shorting by the ones we know Tom Wi.... and Co, this place was with a few investors posting from time to time. But with the Suspension, the ones taking the Shorts are now changing the soil pans once too often, signs of hurting on posting nonsense. Let's say.. The Pizza Crook is paying the loons to post RUBBISH, so more pain in the pocket.
08/5/2021
07:50
sweepie2: Maarleck8 May '21 - 07:44 - 256412 of 256413 0 3 0 I’m not just saying this because I’m long and very bullish on Tern but the intro to the presentation (I.R 4.0) in terms of graphics and professionalism, has to be one of the best, classiest, corporate presentations I have ever seen; truly world class. An essential watch for all new/potential investors. Incredible to think the presentation didn’t include Device Authority or Fundemtal VR either, down to imminent ‘liquidity events’ as mentioned? Definitely a key change. Roll on Monday
06/5/2021
08:40
citytilidie: Older investors will remember QXL that were trading at 1p and in the end were taken over round about the £17 level. It would so funny if something similar happened with AAA, but it also shows how dangerous it is to short stocks on a regular basis thinking you are a clever investor
03/5/2021
03:13
leeterry: Hi CAN HEAR YOUR LOON TEARS. I have a genuine question for you. You clearly expect AAA to fail. That's absolutely fine if that is your considered opinion. However why do you want fellow investors, most of whom you have never met before, to lose money and suffer misfortune? There are people investing in AAA for many different reasons, to make money for their retirement, to support their families, to make extra cash on the side, or even just for a bit of fun. Whatever the reason, most people have the same goal and desired outcome. However your desired outcome is obviously different. I genuinely don't mean to criticise or offend you in anyway, I'm just curious to understand why you want to see people lose their investments.
30/4/2021
11:46
master rsi: AAA was suspendeed yesterday, and hopping for a RTO soon James Carthew: Why All Active Asset Capital is generating a mighty social media buzz - 12 Apr, 2021 The investment companies sector includes many fringe players that I generally don’t pay much attention to. For example, when I compile lists of best-performing investment companies, I routinely ignore funds with market caps of less than £15m. One stock that has long been excluded is All Active Asset Capital (AAAC) – an investment company domiciled in the British Virgin Islands but listed in London. However, this has sprung into life recently, soaring in value with the share price at 51p valuing the company at £516m and apparently trading on over a 3,500% premium – what is going on? Well, it is complicated, but some investors think AAAC will soon own a sizeable chunk of the next big social media platform. Three years ago, the fund was named All Asia Asset Capital. It had a 7% stake in Myanmar Allure Group, a hotel and gaming company in Myanmar valued at less than £1m, holding about £200,000 in cash and net assets of £1.1m. In 2019 it acquired a new board, its new name and had started raising money to broaden its portfolio into Europe. In 2020, it bought a stake and some warrants over shares in Asimilar Group. The new chairman was James Normand. He has private equity experience and was finance director of Pathfinder Minerals for about seven years, up to 2016. Rodger Sargent (Sports Internet Group, Bigblu Broadband, Audioboom Group and S4 Capital) became an executive director and Peter Antonioni (a commodities-market broker in Singapore and backer of a number of start-up companies) was made a non-executive director and stumped up some cash. He now has a 11.9% stake in AAAC through a vehicle called One Nine Two Pte. At 11 December 2020, the date of the last interim accounts, AAAC had over £10m in cash, its stake in Myanmar Allure was valued at £150k, its Asimilar investment was valued at £319k and it held a €3m (now €3.65m) secured convertible loan to MESH Holdings. Asimilar has an 8.3% stake in MESH. MESH is planning to buy a significant minority stake in a Belgian software company called Sentiance. AAAC has been issuing lots of shares – there are now over a billion in issue. One backer, who bought in last March, is Chris Akers, who has been involved with numerous start-ups including Sports Internet Group. He now has an 8.1% stake in AAAC. He is also an investor in MESH. AAAC has brought on another non-exec director, Colin McQuade – ex Barclays and Sky and currently the chief technology officer at BGL Group (owner of comparethemarket.com). He has been granted 12 million options in AAAC at 15p. The big excitement is over AAAC’s stake in a company called Aaqua. So far it owns 6,000 shares in this company which it bought on 2 March, but it has options to subscribe for up to 125,000 shares at €1,000 per share – ie, €125m. The options form part of Aaqua’s proposed Series-C round of funding. If AAAC can exercise its shares and Aaqua raises all the money it hopes to, AAAC will have a 16.7% stake in Aaqua. The sharp-eyed amongst you will have realised that AAAC hasn’t got the money to fund this. However – and this is where the excitement builds – property developer Nick Candy of Candy & Candy fame and David Rosen, the German entrepreneur behind Lottoland, each have 100 million options over AAAC shares at 50p each – ie, £100m worth altogether. Another name that crops up a lot is Robert Bonnier, former chief executive of Scoot.com, who is the largest shareholder in MESH and the founder and boss of Aquaa. Aquaa will launch in Asia later this year. It is a social media platform, backed by an as yet unnamed global technology company, built around groups with common interests – fans of a football club or devotees of a band, for example. Sentiance is writing the underlying software and Aquaa is bringing that in-house by buying the balance of Sentiance that MESH doesn’t own. Aaqua has been hiring from the likes of Google, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, ESPN and Netflix. I told you it was complicated, and I haven’t even bothered to wade through the raft of other option agreements over AAAC shares. The ducks seem to be lining up and, assuming all goes to plan, the next big question is whether Aaqua’s launch gathers momentum. The rewards if Aquaa succeeds could be significant, but it has a big mountain to climb. James Carthew is a director at Marten & Co, operator of the QuotedData website. The views expressed in this article are his and do not constitute investment advice.
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