Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Assetco Plc LSE:ASTO London Ordinary Share GB00B42VYZ16 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 345.00 320.00 370.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 22.9 1.4 11.6 29.7 4

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12/9/2011
15:57
I forgot: there's ALWAYS hope! (and....it's only money, just some numbers on a piece of paper [or on a screen])
greedfear
12/9/2011
14:56
dose any one has any hope getting some money back
myun
12/9/2011
06:30
You really are an idiot . You have no idea how to read financial reports etc. With such a vast ignorance of such matters you shouldnt be allowed possesion of a piggy bank let along a share dealing account. Give it a rest son its over the deal you are being offered is the best you are going to get. And, you should think yourself lucky your getting anything at all.
rorrys
12/9/2011
00:37
Treacle- The investors group (in orchestration with the BOD) are only interested in ONE solution. To get (almost) full control (financial interest) in Asto group paying the absolute minimum for that (giving the current shareholders the finger)and in an Asto group that due to creditors sacrifices is in a sound financial condition (profitable with decimated debts). Personally I think they're balancing on the edge of legality here (misuse of power, not acting fair and reasonable towards other shareholders etc.). The 25-7 RNS mentioned 'material' write downs for creditors and preference shareholders and 'significant' dilution for existing shareholders. I believe in financial terms material is worse then significant. Further more, given the dilution that the proposals from the investors group were to imply the RNS should contain the strongest possible wording regarding that point. Substantial dilution would have been better. It is highly, highly, unlikely that after receiving the investors group refinancing proposal "it is expected that this proposal will require shareholder approval (RNS 25-7)". Expected? There's nothing to be expected here: the proposal will require shareholder approval. One could ask why material write downs in the end seems to mean 77% for creditors of the company but (only) 50% for preference shareholders. Etc.etc. (Only one hope left now: a white knight, otherwise ....)
greedfear
11/9/2011
17:02
I'm going to vote no as well. I too think the suspension is not intended to prevent pi's from selling but to prevent more powerfull parties from buying. Now the shares are nicely distributed over a large crowd that have every reason to think they've been had, but can't get organized, making their opinions in effect meaningless. The financial year change serves only one purpose: stop trading and make as sure as possible that this rip off will take place. The parties involved have got no scruples, no ethics, no consideration with others, but I've got to admire the scenario they've been written and are following. I thought a 10p placing was possible (in lalaland, yes), I thought a 2p placing would be reasonable, I thought a 1p placing to be my worst case scenario. But this outcome? A dilution above imagination and no way of getting out or preventing it, no that was not in my book. Another lesson learned. Not sure if it will contribute to me being a better human, because what comes to mind now is I'm going to f. each and everyone in future! No integrety, no mercy! lol
greedfear
11/9/2011
16:03
Agreed - all very fishy. Possibly suspension engineered to stop potential purchaser buying in market, rather than to prevent PIs exiting? Also, note that Tudor Davies has installed himself as company secretary, so will directly control all minute taking. It's a bit unfair to blame current employees. It's original management that were at the root of the problem, although I would say there are questions regarding the behaviour and competence of curent management.
effortless cool
11/9/2011
15:45
Finished reading the company circular. and many questions come to mind. Is it legal to suddently suspend the company trading on AIM on the basis that companies' financail year has changed? or because the accounts need to be audited? Hence, a means of stopping us PIs to sell even when we want to. If the negotiations with regards to the takeover had reached a very advanced stage why did it suddnetly go dry? And why is there no info about this in the report. Need to find out what terms would have been reached and whether the shareholders would better of with that offer. Also, why are the current employees not getting a pinch on this, all their jobs and employment rights will be protected if the resolution gets passed. Their incompetence and mismanagement is the primary cause of this financail disaster. Is it fair that I loose 90% and the creditors loose 70-80% whilst the new shareholders will get 88% discount on the new shares. Personally, I am going to vote no. If I am going to loose 90% of my investment (@ 2.4p) loosing the 10% is not going to be that material for me. Regards
spiker4
11/9/2011
13:02
So much fighting on here? Look u all knew what u were buying here. It was always hit or bust . It's a wrecker this. Move on. Close this board down or at least stop fighting
john09
10/9/2011
14:11
Immature kid who is far to emmotional to be involved in this game. Shoots his gob of like all cowards.
rorrys
10/9/2011
12:38
Caledonianman grow up!! you really are showing how imature you are....
grannyboy
10/9/2011
12:16
The best way to view this thread: RorryS - 10 Sep'11 - 11:51 - 2130 of 2131 (Filtered) Caledoniaman1 - 10 Sep'11 - 12:53 - 2131 of 2131 (Filtered)
effortless cool
10/9/2011
11:53
post me your e-mail address RorryS and I will e-mail you mine - we can then meet to discuss further.
caledoniaman1
10/9/2011
10:51
Caledoniaman makes his threats from behind the safety of his keyboard , he uses the annonymity to save his face yet accuses others .You couldnt make it up!!!! But he did , he threatens like a playground bully and has the audacity to say I am the bully when anyone reading his posts can see him for what he really is. A read back of this thread and you will see his cretinous ramping and fantastical price predictions which were and are completely and utterly wrong in every possible way. He has lost a lot of money here due to his own incompetence and idiocy.I hope nobody listened to him and did likewise. Remember that the next time you see him posting his utterly unfounded nonsense on any other share.
rorrys
10/9/2011
09:23
Caledoniaman and the like, except the inevitablility of your gung ho pumping of ASTO and the wastefulness of your capital, So you should be thanking the likes of RorryS and Effortless Cool for endeavouring to save gullable investors being drawn in, rather then slagging them off....
grannyboy
09/9/2011
23:37
You are a classic example of why emmotional people should not get involved in the buying and selling of shares and other financial investments. You let your emmotions cloud your judgement and become to attached to a share. You should learn to be more indifferent and analytical about your investments. Your the blundering type who thinks because you say something will happen you think it should and when it doesn`t materialise you blame everything else except your own poor judgement. Had you listened to my advice you would have saved yourself a considerable amount of money .You are blind to others opinions and have a closed mind, if it does not fit in with what you think should happen then it must be wrong. You will also not learn from this and continue along that path. That is your type I am afraid.
rorrys
09/9/2011
23:32
Your the one who`s making the childish threats lol ,perhaps if you hadn`t made such a fool of yourself on this thread you wouldnt feel so inadequate.
rorrys
09/9/2011
23:10
Good behind a keyboard weedy - what about in real life you insignificant weedy little man.
caledoniaman1
09/9/2011
22:40
Caledoniaman1 - 25 Aug 2011 - 11:17:13 - 1879 of 2121 I feel a rush coming on very soon to buy these - and they won't be at 2.7p for long !! Court case should be a fait accompli - the company debtors will jump at the chance of say 25p in the £ as opposed to SFA - upwards and onwards with this potentially excellent company that has simply been mis-managed in terms of debt control. AIMHO Assetco rocking on since ASF takeover - ASTO Caledoniaman1 - 25 Aug 2011 - 10:57:52 - 1876 of 2121 I now feel very confident that Assetco will be saved and existing shareholders can expect a sharp spike upwards imminantly. The court will almost inevitably grant approval to the motions proposed. The government seem to have managed to supress this story so far, however they must be under pressure to find a resolution very soon before they have egg all over their faces re this PFI & London / Lincolnshire Fire Services. I e-mailed SKY News twice several weeks ago asking them why there had been no coverage on this potentially exposive situation - and still nothing !! This is being hushed up in my opinion until a solution is found to keep the company trading. AIMHO
rorrys
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