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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alpha Growth Plc LSE:ALGW London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKBC49 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -11.9% 1.85 1.80 1.90 1.95 1.85 1.95 960,253 11:47:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.6 -0.5 - 8

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/6/2021
16:58
The more important question is why has he not managed to finalise the RCF?
wiganer
15/6/2021
16:12
its not 4 months 7rademark
mick sturbs
15/6/2021
16:04
A ceo openly stating he looks forward to updating in April and then saying nothing for 4 months is negligent imo, of course delays happen but what happens next time he gives a time frame? Answer, no one believes him.
7rademark
15/6/2021
15:40
when positive news finally does arrive there will be a scramble to get back in and anyone who got in at this level should do very well.
mick sturbs
15/6/2021
15:39
This may be 'nit-picking', but I'm not sure the update was "promised" - it was more of an expectation/aspiration. Thank you for your replies earlier 7.
801710245
15/6/2021
15:23
No ones saying there's a placing coming for definite, this could all be about a seller for all we know, it's been a harsh fall from 8p to 4p and some will simply be giving up or getting stopped out. Unfortunately the company is mostly to blame, the promised update in April statement was totally stupid.
7rademark
15/6/2021
15:15
What a boring life he must lead. Trawling through the losers board every morning to see who will bite.
garykc
15/6/2021
15:10
lol! thats exactly what i thought when i saw chungy boy's post! boom
mick sturbs
15/6/2021
15:09
Woo - Ken Baby. Long time no see. Must be time for a bounce.
cszjrh2
15/6/2021
15:05
Sub 2p soon.Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
15/6/2021
13:59
Surely it would have made sense to carry out a placing @6 - 6.5p when it was higher.. if this is the case?
bullrun1
15/6/2021
13:58
Back in about 4p having sold out a few weeks back at about 6p.Looking now for 8p in the short term.
jungmana
15/6/2021
13:49
Looking at the chart the share price is now in a supportive zone. Topped up at 4.
oilhunter2020
15/6/2021
13:08
why a placing - when warrants are in the hands of big "close" supportive investors - who will provide 5 mil if needed - by a phone call of the management - going on like: we need more money for ..... or we will do another placing and you get diluted ------------------------------------------------------ if the plan is to get to 100 mil valuation in a year or two - more capital will be needed - that is for sure - we will see how "fair" it goes
kaos3
15/6/2021
13:05
801, of course I don't like to see my stocks going down, but I've been on the markets for 20 years. I've seen it all before and tbh no I don't really care, if I lose my investment so be it.
7rademark
15/6/2021
13:02
This looks like a placing to me, if its for something positive then it will quickly recover.
7rademark
15/6/2021
11:53
@801710245: "What worries me most is GS's apparent lack of concern for his investors" You will have to learn to live with it. GS has no time for people who are just looking to make a quick buck and wants 'his' investors to be long term and 'behind him' 100%. He is a bit of a technophobe and despises BBs and other 'social media'. If you can't live with his foibles and it is all making your blood pressure rise too often you might be better off out of ALGW as I don't see him changing any time soon and life is too short.
gilesfitzh
15/6/2021
11:49
a Q about the holding structure - would Northstar "elimination" improve "visibility" and is that legally possible in order to obtain hoped for PE ratios - or is that of no concern - a string of Cos to the down? associated Q the data flow from the IC to the AGWL in full without the Northstar, otherwise the data reported (out of obligatory accounting consolidation - like KPIs etc) to the managements discretion
kaos3
15/6/2021
10:47
are 187mil 3p warrants "freezed" for some time? - found the answer - NO maybe this is the reason for the drop and - no fresh funding for the Co needed imho thanks to giles lse info
kaos3
15/6/2021
10:31
"There's no point in relying on the ALGW web-site..." I hold my hands up and freely admit that my research into this before buying, was woefully inadequate. I continue to hold and hope, but would you agree the comment above sounds more 'alarm bells' than gives reason for optimism? Couple this with the 'expectation' to have funding news in April and I'm left kicking myself for not selling when my instincts were telling me to (@6.5) a fortnight ago. What worries me most is GS's apparent lack of concern for his investors. If things are delayed due to Covid (not sure you can catch it over the phone or via a video link btw), then fair enough. But If I was Chairman of a company who's NAV has fallen by nearly 50% in the last month, and that company was progressing well 'behind the scenes ' despite that drop, I'd be seeking to re-assure my shareholders accordingly. Why no such communication? While I've been typing, I notice the 'offer' has fallen to 4.25. I note also, that 7trade is not in the least bit bothered - which strikes me as a remarkable demonstration of stoicism - something I'm clearly lacking atm. Am I right to be 'bothered'? EDIT 4.1/4.2 FFS.
801710245
15/6/2021
10:12
ok - thank you very much
kaos3
15/6/2021
10:09
@kaos3: There's no point in relying on the ALGW web site, it's woefully out of date anyway. Go onto LSE and find a post by me, then click on my nickname and you'll be able to look back through my posts. I'm pretty sure that I posted full details of the offer documents which give details of the Holding company/Insurance company's financial position but you'll have to look back to Feb/March/April.
gilesfitzh
15/6/2021
09:58
Through its joint venture with FCA regulated Alternative Investment Fund Manager SL Investment Management Ltd (SLIM), the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary ALM is manager to BlackOak Alpha Growth Fund (BOAGF or the Fund), an open-ended Cayman Island Exempt Limited Partnership, which invests in life settlements. On inception BOAGF received investment seed capital of approximately $15m. In March 2020, the Fund won a recognition award for excellence from BarclayHedge due to its net return performance in the fixed income – asset-backed/insurance linked securities sector. I know that lol and o support the acquisition, Pello Capital has successfully completed an oversubscribed placing of £3,750,000.AcquisitionThe acquisition includes the ongoing operations of a Bermuda based Class C licensed insurance company with managed assets of over $290m and in-force policies of over $750m.Ninety-five percent (95%) of the insurance holding company is being acquired by a wholly owned subsidiary of Alpha Growth, with the remaining 5% being retained by the existing Chairman and seller of the company. The seller and Chairman of the insurance company will remain on the Board of Directors of the holding company and will be joined by Gobind Sahney and Jason Sutherland.
kaos3
15/6/2021
09:56
I did read up on the industry - a lot to learn and am at the hxxps://algwplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/algw-prospectus-final_3sept2020.pdf and I do not claim anything - hence I am asking to fast forward into the reality so - no need of funding giles? they did not get their hands on the insurance Co cash pile and investments "in time"
kaos3
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