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11/2/2019
06:59
gengulphus: steveib2, I bought thousands of these in the nineties are they worth anything and how do I find out my holding If you bought thousands of ARM Holdings shares before 20 April 1999, they'll have undergone a 4-for-1 split on that date and then a 5-for-1 split on 19 April 2000, so each thousand shares you bought will have become 20,000 shares by the time of the takeover. The scheme of arrangement that put the takeover by SoftBank into effect on 5 September 2016 will have given SoftBank ownership of all of those shares, in exchange for SoftBank owing whoever owned the shares' owner just before it came into effect £17 per share, i.e. £340,000 for each thousand shares you originally bought. Assuming you were still their owner just before that (i.e. that you hadn't sold them, given them away or otherwise disposed of them in the meantime), and that you haven't already received that money and somehow forgotten it ;-), you're the person they owed that money to, you're still owed it and you're still able to enforce that debt (and will continue to be for some years to come, but not forever if you do nothing about it). If you bought ARM Holdings shares on or after 20 April 1999 and your memory of it being in the nineties is correct (i.e. it was no later than 31 December 1999), the same applies apart from the shares not having undergone the 4-for-1 split. So the numbers per thousand shares you originally bought drop to 5,000 shares just before the SoftBank takeover and £85,000 afterwards, but otherwise everything above applies. If you're instead talking about Acorn Computers shares, in principle you became entitled in June 1999 to 400 ARM Holdings shares per thousand shares you originally bought, as implied by eldermon's post above. That's long enough ago that I'm very uncertain about that entitlement still being legally enforceable (though even if it isn't, it might still be respected - so worth trying, at least if you can still work out who to approach about it). If you can collect that entitlement, the subsequent history of the ARM Holdings shares will be as above, apart from the numbers being 2/5ths the size, i.e. 2,000 shares just before the SoftBank takeover and £34,000 afterwards per thousand Acorn Computers shares originally bought. As for who to approach about the matter, if you held the shares in a nominee broker account, it's the broker or whoever has taken them over since you lost contact with them and the account (I assume you must have done that, otherwise the broker would have collected the money and put it into the account pretty automatically, and you would almost certainly know about it). There's no point in approaching Acorn Computers, ARM Holdings, Softbank or anyone associated with any of them, because they will never have even heard of you - as far as they were concerned, your shares were registered as legally owned by your broker's nominee company. If instead you held the shares in a CREST account or as certificates, your shares will have been registered as legally owned by you personally and you will want to approach the appropriate company. If it's a CREST account, also contact the broker who acts as your CREST 'sponsor'; if certificates, dig them out, because you will certainly want them at some stage! With regard to how to contact ARM Holdings or Softbank, I think I would first see whether a "I am a former shareholder of ARM Holdings plc who has been out of contact about his shareholding for many years - are you able to tell me who to contact, please?" enquiry to the contact details on www.arm.com produces results. Failing that, the list of contacts in https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/arm-holdings-ARM/share-news/SoftBank-Group-Corp-Scheme-of-Arrangement-becomes/72355671 might be helpful, though do bear in mind the fact that much of it is likely to be out of date! Gengulphus
18/7/2016
12:31
philanderer: More brokers... Analysts felt the deal is likely to go through given there is no existing conflict of interest for SoftBank in ARM's markets, with Berenberg saying a counterbid is "unlikely". JP Morgan Cazenove refused to rule this out, however: "We believe this was an unsolicited bid for the company so we do not think the company has not been 'shopped' to other potential bidders meaning that if an independent bidder such as Softbank with a higher bid showed interest, the board could change its opinion. On the other hand we do not believe tech industry companies such as Intel, Apple are likely bidders because their bids create conflicts of interest as competitors (regulatory issues) and customers (to the business model)." Kepler Cheuvreux recommended ARM Holdings shareholders accept the "generous" offer: "Even though a share price of 1,700p might have become reachable on a stand-alone basis, it likely would have taken ARM Holdings shares several years and required a lot of patience from investors." HTTP://www.sharecast.com/news/arm-turning-japanese-with-23bn-offer-from-softbank-after-pound-sinks/24692147.html
15/4/2016
11:23
philanderer: Arm shares slip ahead of update 'Analysts say no new catalysts for share price expected' After reaching a peak for the year last week, shares in Arm have been sliding back ahead of its first quarter results next Wednesday. The chip designer is down 22.5p or 2% at 985.5p in early trading on Friday, amid a slowdown in the smartphone market. Analysts said there was little expectation that the company would unveil anything at its results which would boost sentiment. Broker Stifel issued a hold recommendation, with analyst Lee Simpson saying: We continue to see Arm as a high quality tech story, but with little risk of new fundamental upside catalysts for the second and third quarter of 2016. Sales growth is still evident (up 18%/10% in 2016/2017), and we see scope for outperformance on..consensus, although mainly on dollar strength (the dollar strengthened 6%-7% versus the pound since last quarter). The slowing growth in smartphones is well known now and is mitigated by a strong product cycle (64 bit CPUs). Networking markets share is expanding, but costs are rising (especially for servers, Internet of Things). Given our only small rise in estimates (mainly in line with foreign exchange), we maintain our hold rating. Simpson added: We think investors are only marginally less concerned with the smartphone unit growth slowdown in 2016 (Stifel estimate only around 4% unit growth this year to 1.49bn), but we don’t think future Arm value is in question. Post MWC [last month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona], we think Arm has little new to say for the near term other than comfort with consensus and a need to keep ticking up operating expenditure levels for longer-term investment and hiring. That said, we still think a lot of work is on-going for the mid-to long-term promise and still believe the business sits well relative to this (Networking, Internet of Things, Machine Intelligence, etc.). HTTP://www.theguardian.com/business/marketforceslive/2016/apr/15/arm-shares-slip-ahead-of-update
16/9/2015
11:11
mike740: ARM share price rises after sales of new Apple iPhone 6S and Morgan Stanley note 16 September 2015 2:01am by Joseph Millis The share rise was helped by strong first-weekend Apple iPhone sales Chipmaker Arm Holdings yesterday saw its share price rise almost 3.5 per cent, helped by news of strong first-weekend Apple iPhone sales, and by recommendations from brokers including Morgan Stanley. Yesterday was the the first analyst day for new chief financial officer Chris Kennedy, who was poached from easyJet. Morgan Stanley noted that ARM has a strong balance sheet with £904m in cash and freecash flow yield growing from 3.5 per cent in 2016 to six per cent in 2020. It said: “[We] believe there is plenty of room for more returns at ARM, given the relative immunity to the semis [semiconductor] cycle. It may be too early for the new CFO to announce a less cautious capital return plan, but we expect the subject to be raised.” hxxp://www.cityam.com/224421/arm-shares-rise-after-sales-new-iphone-and-morgan-stanley-note
17/7/2015
10:00
gengulphus: l.parker, Up & down like a fidlers elbow. Can anyone who understands the crazy movements of this Great Co. enlightment me?. They're pretty normal for the stockmarket - probably somewhat higher than average, but not grossly so. Take a look at the price charts of other big companies. You'll find that most of them show a lot of short-term price fluctuations, typically by around 5-10% either side of some sort of central price... ARM's short-term share price fluctuations are towards the top end of that range - about 10% either side of 1100p in recent months. Or maybe even a bit beyond it - e.g. looking at the two years 2013 and 2014, they were about 15% either side of 950p, though that's looking at a rather long "short-term" period... I think the reason for ARM's somewhat larger-than-average share price fluctuations is simply that it's on a high rating. A P/E of over 50 has a lot of assumptions about future growth built into it, and so even minor things that alter those assumptions can affect the share price quite a bit. I.e. basically the high rating makes ARM's share price rather more sensitive than most to the fears, hopes and other moods of the market about the future. There may also be a psychological effect to do with the numbers. With ARM's share price having been in three figures for a substantial fraction of the last few years, short-term three-figure changes to the share price look large to us... Gengulphus
21/1/2015
14:44
raysor: It's always the way: a report that Intel is gaining market share from ARM followed by an increase in the ARM share price. 16th January 2015 1119 GMT [Dow Jones]--Hold the phone: On the heels of Intel's Q4 results, Liberum analysts warn that Intel could take share from ARM Holdings in smartphones, the core market for Cambridge-based ARM. "If Intel is successful in smartphones we believe estimates for ARM's royalty re-acceleration are too high," Liberum said Friday. Importantly, Intel said Thursday it gained in tablets, albeit at a loss: Intel heavily subsidized its way into the market. Liberum maintained its sell rating on ARM. "ARM is one of the best companies in global technology, however, we cannot justify the current valuation," analysts said.
16/9/2014
08:25
mammoth1: I highly suspect that ARM will use it's ARM Techcon event on 1-3 Oct 14 to announce news. A dip in share price assisted by MF will be welcomed as peeps again buy in to this event, all only to be repeated on the lead up to Q3 results later on October.Media Alert: ARM TechCon 2014Don't miss ARM® TechCon 2014, which features keynotes from ARM CEO Simon Segars, UNICEF innovation officer Erica Kochi, and 3D Robotics CEO Chris Anderson, along with more than 100 sessions discussing ARM-based solutions.Follow and join the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #ARMTechCon.Where: ARM TechCon, Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA, 95054When: Oct. 1-3, 2014How to Register: http://www.armtechcon.com/media-center/What: The ARM TechCon show floor – open Oct. 1-2 – will feature 90 ARM Partners. Five keynote sessions will take place during TechCon, in addition to an array of other panels and presentations.Keynote Sessions:'The ARM Roadmap – 2014 and Beyond' featuring Mike Muller, CTO, ARM and Pete Hutton, executive vice president and president of product groups, ARM (Oct. 1, 10 a.m.)'Infrastructure Reimagined: Winners and Losers' with Robert Hormuth, senior distinguished engineer, Dell and Benjamin Wesson, vice president, IoT product management, Oracle (Oct. 1, 5 p.m.)'Intelligent and Invisible: What's Next for Technology?' with Simon Segars, CEO, ARM (Oct. 2, 9:30 a.m.)'Technology Innovation for Social Good' featuring Erica Kochi, innovation officer, UNICEF (Oct. 2, 4:30 p.m.)'Maker to Mass Market: Drones, Robotics and the Next Industrial Revolution' featuring Chris Anderson, CEO, 3D Robotics and author of 'The Long Tail' and 'Makers: The New Industrial Revolution' (Oct. 3, 9:30 a.m.)Click here for more information about ARM TechCon 2014 keynote sessionsIn addition to keynote speakers, additional ARM speakers include:'FIDO & TEE: Simple, Strong Authentication' featuring Rob Coombs, director of security marketing, systems and software group (Oct. 1, noon )'Software Interoperability/Trends in the Virtualized Network Paradigm' featuring Bob Monkman, segment marketing manager, network infrastructure (Oct. 1, Noon)'Future Direction of the ARM Cortex®-M Processor Family' with Ian Johnson, senior product manager, CPU group (Oct. 1, 2 p.m.)'The ARM Connected Car' featuring Chris Turner, senior product marketing manager, CPU group (Oct. 1, 3 p.m.)'big.LITTLE™ Unleashed' featuring Brian Jeff, director of product marketing, CPU group (Oct. 1, 3 p.m.)'Next Gen Wireless Infra Platform System Challenges' with John Fry, enterprise segment manager, segment marketing and Eran Briman, vice president of marketing, CEVA (Oct. 2, 10:30 a.m.)'Next-Gen Enterprise Solutions from ARM' featuring Ian Forsyth, director of product marketing, CPU group (Oct. 2, 11:30 a.m.)'Love Your Code? Optimize it the Right Way!' featuring Anton Lokhmotov, staff software engineer, media processing group (Oct. 2, 3:30 p.m.)'Do Androids Have Nightmares of Botched System Integrations?' featuring Tom Cooksey, principal software architect, media processing group (Oct. 3, 10:30 a.m.)'Optimizing Graphics Development with Parameterized Batching' featuring Brad Grantham, staff software engineer, media processing group (Oct. 3, 1:30 p.m.)'ARM Multimedia IP: Working Together to Drive Down System Power and Bandwidth' featuring Sean Ellis, GPU architect, architecture and technology group (Oct. 3, 2:30 p.m.)'64-Bit: Android Open-Source Project, Applications and Advantages' featuring Steve Bannister, software product manager, systems and software group (Oct. 3, 3:30 p.m.)Click here for more information about the various ARM TechCon 2014 presentation tracks and areas of interestWho:ARM is at the heart of the world's most advanced digital products, as its technology enables the creation of new markets and transformation of industries and society. ARM designs scalable, energy efficient-processors and related technologies to deliver the intelligence in applications ranging from sensors to servers, including smartphones, tablets, enterprise infrastructure and the Internet of Things.ARM's innovative technology is licensed by ARM Partners who have shipped more than 50 billion Systems on Chip (SoCs) containing ARM's intellectual property, since the company began in 1990. Together with the Connected Community, ARM is breaking down barriers to innovation for developers, designers and engineers, ensuring a fast, reliable route to market for leading electronics companies. Learn more and join the conversation at http://community.arm.com.
17/9/2013
15:15
rhodey: / Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm Holdings TARGET PRICE, $53 $53 $53 *breaking* SEMICONDUCTOR news: ARM Holdings "ROYALTIES Seen RISING" On Mobile 64-Bit Era (09/12/2013 12:28 PM ET) Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 Piper Jaffray: Apple iPhone 5s 64-bit Arm-powered, ARM Price Target, $53 h ttp://news.investors.com/technology/091213-670766-smartphone-makers-moving-to-64-bit-processors.htm _respectfully; SELL Intel expensive "GAS-GUZZLING" MASSIVE Global CARBON Footprintx86 chip architecture imho , Apple + OEM CROSS-industry 64-bit ROTATION into "BUY" Arm Holdings WEarABLEs SoC tectonic "MEGA-TREND" GROWTH, target £25+ imho dip OPPORTUNITY, "BUY" Arm MICROSERVER SoC IoT REVOLUTION, target £25+ imho "BUY" Arm Holdings WEarABLEs SoC tectonic "MEGA-TREND" GROWTH, target £25+ imho dip OPPORTUNITY, "BUY" Arm MICROSERVER SoC IoT REVOLUTION, target £25+ imho /
22/5/2013
16:25
liquidkid: Brokers starting to go negative on this... We have investigated whether recent chart price action concerning ARM Holdings plc (LON:ARM) has changed the outlook for the ARM share price in the wake of today's losses. According to Trading Central the bulls behind ARM should only be concerned once 1041 is broken to the downside; this has happened. "Below 1041, expect 971 and 929," say Trading Central. ARM Holdings plc (LON:ARM) shares are now 3.59 pct in the red at 1,026. ARM stock has come under pressure on reports that Samsung may use Intel's Atom processor in their Galaxy Tab 3. Ahead of the curve: Liberum saw Intel's threat growing a while back Today's news concerning Intel Corporation proves to be a case of 'told you so' for analyst at Liberum Capital - long-time bears of ARM Holdings.Liberum analyst Janardan Menon says Recently benchmark tests have also suggested that the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 will be running on an Intel processor. If true, this would be a major setback to ARM as it would be the first Android-based device from Samsung to use an Intel rather than an ARM processor. "We expect Intel to emerge as a key competitor to Qualcomm and Mediatek in the smartphone and tablet segments with its market share likely to rise to at least 15%."In addition Liberum say ARM's royalty growth rates are likely to slow down below current market forecasts as this market share loss comes through, amidst overall slowing volume growth and average price declines in the smartphone and tablet segments."Licensing growth is also likely to be more moderate going forward. We do not think these slowing trends are reflected in ARM's share price which is currently trading at 53x and 48x our forecasted FY13 and FY14 EPS. We believe the stock is expensive and maintain our sell recommendation and 725p price target," says Menon. Meanwhile, Berenberg Bank have updated their clients saying they remain buyers of the stock. Berenberg have maintained their Buy call on the stock while simultaneously raising their forecasted share price target from 1150 to 1350.
02/12/2011
12:30
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