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  +0.00p +0.00% 60.00p 55.00p 65.00p 60.00p 60.00p 60.00p 0 00:00:00
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/5/2006
11:58
Orange 1 . You seem to be the main contributor to the thread. How about a new thread complete with charts,RNS etc? I have been holding for some time at a considerable loss and now it seems as though there is some light at the end of the tunnel.
johnroger
02/5/2006
11:53
Clearly Neil Mendoza knew what he was doing when he bought 250,000 shares at 5p. As some of the directors recently put more money into CLC, I would suggest that at last CLC is beginning to look interesting. More exciting news to follow soon?
chessman2
28/4/2006
19:09
Mendoza is of course an esteemed and illustrious name. I only hope he knows more of CLC than I do. In any event the recent buying must be a sign of high expectations so I will remain on the share register until we get taken out. Now, that would be good!!
chessman2
28/4/2006
18:45
I think you mean "entrepreneur" Neil Mendoza who bought 250,000 shares taking his stake to 1.15 mln shares, or 3.65 pct of the company.
orange1
28/4/2006
18:37
Also interesting is that an investor called Elias has recently bought a shedload. I'm with you O1. Fortunately I am 'big' in oil, just as well as I've been waiting some years now since Techinvest first tipped CLC.
chessman2
28/4/2006
16:57
How about this for confidence? The director and one of the two shareholders who have provided the personal guarantee have now bought 1775000 share between them: Howard Kitchner, Chairman of the Company, has bought 1,000,000 ordinary shares at a price of 5.5 pence. The transaction took place on 27 April 2006, following which Mr.Kitchner had a total shareholding of 2,673,004 Ordinary Shares representing 8.48 per cent. of the Company's issued share capital. David Altschuler, a connected person with Mr. Kitchner, had bought 775,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of 5.5 pence. The transaction tool place on 27 April 2006, following which Mr.Altschuler had a total shareholding of 2,156,496 Ordinary Shares, representing 6.84 per cent. of the Company's issued shared capital.
orange1
27/4/2006
09:11
Ian Luckily CLC is not my only share! It's now my "Dell Boy" share - "one day we will be millionaires". But just like Dell Boy once made it to millionaire status, it is not beyond the bounds of possibility that the fortunes of CLC could dramatically improve. A few million quids worth of licence fee revenue in one year has been on the cards for many years and still is as far as I am concerned. That would translate to EPS of several pennies. Granted, the chances of this coming to pass appear to be getting ever smaller but they do exist. I am prepared to take the gamble in the knowlegde that the gamble of the director and shareholders, with their personal guarantees,is considerably larger than mine.
orange1
27/4/2006
08:56
If I had an army, O1, I'd want you in it; loyal and true to the end! I ducked out some time ago at a significant loss because my broker - who had put me into it and attended all the investment presentations - came to the conclusion he couldn't believe a word he was being told. (Remember all that talk of 'a contract a month for the rest of the year'?). This looks like more of the same and with only £170k in the bank, it looks more like my local Indian corner-shop than a public company (with the significant difference that the corner-shop is profitable!). Even if it survives for much longer, this one is never going to make your fortune, is it? Why not spend the time on more profitable share?! Best of luck, anyway. Regards, Ian
jeffian
27/4/2006
06:33
Results out today: on the down side: disastrous treading performance with no new contracts secured in the last 6 months, ever dwindling cash resources. on the plus side: strategic review completed and implemented, one director and 2 shareholders give a personal guarantee to extend credit facilities, new contracts expected in the next few months (that one was specially for Ian) and ... the Times rumour was true(ish) - a purchase order has been received for a renal system to be implemented in an NHS Hospital in the North West of England. So for die hards, it is more of the same: a healthy stream of maintenance revenue, no new licences, promises of more tomorrow and directors digging deep. Will the tide finally change in 2006?
orange1
29/3/2006
16:20
I am just hanging in as well. I think one of the biggest problems is the public sector procurement process, which I am well familiar with, which takes forever. In addition there are major IT initiatives going on within the NHS so any system that is bought has to be seen as a strategic fit within the bigger IT picture. That does not mean that CC's products are not strategic, it's just that proving that strategic fit slows the whole procurement process even more. However the directors should have known all that when they put out their more optimistic forecasts a couple of years ago. I think it's all down to cash flow when companies get to this stage.
richjp
29/3/2006
16:03
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br3adcrump
29/3/2006
16:00
I had P&O and BPB which were both takeover targets and Monsoon, but my biggest win was Deal Group Media which went from 7p to 25p in 5 months (the only time I have ever sold a share exactly at the top!) but it has since fallen back to around 4p and I'm too embarrassed to do anything other than lurk on their thread as there's a lot of pain & anger there and any crowing about gains might reasonably be seen as rubbing salt in the wound! Mind you, I also had CLC and ULG, so I'm as fallible as the next guy! I agree that once they've reached pennies you may as well hang on and see what happens, unless you can use the loss elsewhere. Good luck. Regards, Ian
jeffian
29/3/2006
13:57
>richjp You are right: not a new shareholder but a new substantial shareholder in the sense that he has joined the over 3% club. He didn't even have to spend 15k to get there either: he bought 250k at 4p for an outlay of 10k. I too see it as an encouraging sign. >jeffian Contracts, what contracts? Nothing has been announced. There are just rumours of contracts. I am faithful to the end or foolhardy. It's a question of what is least painful: losing everything or selling at say 2p only to see the next day that you could have sold for twice that. Perversely I find losing everything less painful. If it goes bust on you, you can just say: oh well, win some lose some. That seems a lot harder to say if you sell only to see them double the next day. So where have you made your gains apart from Dicom?
orange1
29/3/2006
13:30
Hi Orange1, Just passing through having noted the unusual excitement at CLC. Blimey, don't tell me they've actually sold something (it was going to be 'a contract a month' when I was around, wasn't it?)!! Nice to see you're faithful to the end. I took my losses - happily to offset against CGT elsewhere. Best of luck with this - you deserve it. Regards, Ian
jeffian
29/3/2006
12:48
Read the release - he is not a "new" shareholder. In monetary terms I would think he has spent about £15K only. As he already has a stake in the company over 3% an announcement has to be made about the increase, however small. Still I supppose it's encouraging that somebody who probably knows what is going on has incresaed his stake.
richjp
29/3/2006
11:30
Dell Well today's rumour was actually a late night "postbox drop" concerning an acquisition by Clarity Commerce duly RNS-ed today. Meanwhile, I think this must be the new substantial shareholder: http://www.new-europe.co.uk/pictures.asp?person=neilmendoza
orange1
29/3/2006
10:44
Orange - Had me confused for a moment there, when I saw that CLC had put out an RNS but I see that its some chap taking a stake and not either of the possible contract news, or "we know of no reason" RNS. Haven't seen the Times rumour today. What was it? I did say that they appeared to have a mixture of some good scoops and some complete garbage. I guess that's why they call them "rumours"... Cheers, dell
dell314
29/3/2006
06:48
>dell Today's Times Rumour of the Day was spot on!
orange1
28/3/2006
20:36
Don't worry the hoard will arrive shortly
jr ewing
28/3/2006
18:54
Hope you are correct JR. I bought 40,000 more to average down but am still showing a sizable loss over the longterm. This appears to be another of my long term investments!!
chessman2
28/3/2006
17:36
I bought a few 100k today. Interesting this, BB is dead, contract will definately be larger than the market cap. I get the impression nobody has got a wiff of this in the wider market
jr ewing
28/3/2006
10:36
Dell Were you around in 1999-2000? Things were a lot crazier then! Are you suggesting any links between me and the P 'n D'ers????? What stocks are you refering to? CLC I have held since flotation. Coolabi I have held for yonks and still think that they could come good. Any others you are refering to? P.S. Down she dives - do you really think the P 'n D'ers have made any money on this?
orange1
28/3/2006
09:31
Orange - It's interesting if, as you say, these deals have not had any prior mention(haven't looked myself) but one should bear in mind that the Times "rumour of the day" is just that. If it was substantiated story it would be presented as such. FWIW, I've seen a few Times rumour of the days that turn out to be genuine stories and others that are complete codswallop, so I'll remain cynical until the company makes some kind of statement. As I said earlier, listing rules require them to publically comment about possible leaks but do not require them to comment about idle speculation. We'll have to wait and see if there is a clarification RNS. You appear a bit derisory about the iii p'n'd'ers, although I note you do seem to share a couple of their stocks. I'd imagine that the ringleaders have made thousands over the last few days, although the followers who make the moves happen are probably just skimmimg a hundred or two, here and there, if they don't get trapped at the highs. The market seems crazier than I can remember in a long time..... All IMHO, DYOR etc. Cheers, dell
dell314
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