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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Earthport Plc EPO London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 37.70 01:00:00
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sirrux: Goggin I was thinking similar but MC are already in hot water over lots of business activities if you dig around to look (and some think EPO play was a bid to address some of that) but you're right, they tend to play a bit fast a loose by the the look of it. Hey we're serious, guess what we're not ha ha ha. An astute regulator might spot it but the track record on that is not great. There's also some big (not sure if you can say smart) money heavy hitters that got hit (although in the grand scheme of things they are built to take these) and they know what to do if they want to make a meal of it. So it's really up to those guys. I also think there's a side discussion on the true value of EPO, possibly involving other suitors, and it may be that MC were simply told that they are not in the picture due to business culture issues or at least given that steer. We'll see. Some will laugh at this but more and more businesses/investors are taking CSR seriously and will not do deals if they don't like the look of it. However if you really want the answer, talk to the GS people and their alumni. They seem to be all over this. In the meantime, the underlying business continues to grow.
goggin: Was MC giving finincial advice to investors when it advised share holders of EPO to take no action. Not once but twice, it therefor could be conscrued that as an intrested party and probably privy to insider information on EPO, it has mislead the market by suggesting to shareholders not to sell when the share price was away above Visa offer price. There could be consequences although like most muck in the market, they will get away with it. If in a position to hold, absolutely no point in selling for less than the 37p visa have bid. What was the point of the MC bid if they were only prepares to better Visa by 10%?Idiots running MC as well. At 50p, a possible knock out point, they weren't prepared to offer the extra 84 million over visa that potentially have secured victory, how serious were they in the first place as this would be peanuts to the MC coffers!
sirrux: It's true Crypto, the billion dollar + valuations of other cross border payment platforms can't be explained on profits today and they don't even have the backbone that EPO's got, it's all front. EPO focused on the backbone, now the fronts being looked at people are looking at it differently or just plugging that backbone into something with a nice front. The investors who spotted this at 6p to 8p were speculating on that and being laughed at. The business was never dead. Still not without risk or we'd be much higher but anyone who believed is being rewarded and that's what can make the markets work. A little sloppy on the approach, but as long as we land safely I am happy with that.
cryptotrade: I wonder how many will vote against it. goes against what silly sausage said them being worthless. Maybe silly is now voting for a higher price. I wonder what his fund manager friend thinks. It's a cheap buy , simple. 500m all day long. Still this solves key gripes and an easy get out so the business has cash to fund growth. If the narrow-minded plonker didn't mind all the time, that growth would have been external shareholders, but now Visa will enjoy it.
madmonkflin: SilkStag3 May '18 - 09:59 - 15030 of 15790 0 0 0 Since dirty EPO lied to investors to grab their cash in October 2017, aside from a few more downgrade disasters and firing the CFO, CEO and Chair swapping jobs, very little news. Eery silence as the Earthtanic sinks into the icy depths of 0-3p. MANDATORY SELL @8.8p. MUG HOLD. INSANE BUY. All imho. Dyor
silkstag: Ode to Epola the cash-eating virus: 18 numbers are late, 16 and 17 were fake. 2 CEOs fired for sin, 4 NXDs belong in the bin. 8 years losses are a living hell, Duped investors must SELL! SELL! SELL!
ssr23: Uberoi has been fidddling the figures. This c*nt and his cronies should be locked up for misleading investors. Mesler has a tough job. I cannot see how EPO can compete with the big firms. It does not have any competitive advantage to win new business. The capitulation of the share price is suggesting there may be more bad news to come. 5p by year end imo. STRONG SELL imho.
silkstag: Goggin, thank you very much for acknowledging that my analysis was "completely accurate". Praise indeed. You say I worked out the truth (EPO conned investors in October 2017) "2 days before main market announcement". That is false. I (and others) worked out that truth 12 months ago in October 2017. Check my Oct and Nov 2017 posts. I reminded the BB about that con job as Uberoi and Hickman had been axed on 22 October 2018 and I inferred their October 2017 con job was the final straw. It is funny that yet another horror was admitted a few days later about them also mega-falsifying the 2016 and 2017 accounts as part of their con jobs. I did make good forecasts for 2016 and 2017 but I can't take credit for anticipating this specific accounts fx con. The timing is hilarious. And it completely vindicates my and SSR warnings that this board was bent and will slaughter investor cash. Much of the 2017 board is still there. Why the hell have they not all been fired? A cover-up will not fly. EPO will die. Huge month for new CEO. If she lays down with dogs ... Yet anorher cash-eating virus Epola outbreak! SELL! All imho. Dyor
sirrux: Crypto, yes they can sue but the UK system is rigged against such efforts that's why you get so many senior executive "mistakes" in UK plc's, they just go through the escape hatch when it's time for a nice retirement. That's a familiar pattern, and affects all shareholder's returns (just take a quick look around the market over the past year). It's a global issue, but seems to be well accepted here in the UK. Me, me, me, first, first, first seems to be the motto. I do think investors ought to make more noise about it (it seriously affects returns) but the institutional guys won't budge on it and it's only their voice that counts which is not correct either, small fry keep the markets ticking over whereas institutional activity can be all or nothing in most shares. Ultimately, the II's tend to be playing with ordinary people's pension money who have no clue what's actually lurking in their pension pots, so should care but they don't see it as something that would justify the nice fees they make. If you start throwing around muck, you get silenced lest some should stick - not worth the career risk for many on nice salaries to pay big mortgages, just go with the flow and keep safe. Even the auditors have a nice little carve out in their terms to limit exposure to me, me, me, first, first, first issue. I have been watching this unfold from the sidelines, it was all going too slow for me when I was viewing it as hot sector with lots going on around EPO, they just needed to seal deals. I do think it's got potential but it has a few wonky wheels that keep falling off along the way. You could do well trading it but that can be time consuming also. Anyway that's the way I see it, others will view it differently of course.
silkstag: EPO apparently deceived investors into subscribing £25m @20p in Oct 2017. A reliable source tells me this topic was raised with a few of the subscribers, suggesting reprice to 8p or cashback. That may explain the 3 bullets. Apparently guilty CEO, CFO and Chairman at the time have since been shot. Will that pave the way for that apparently crooked round to be repriced to 8p ie issue the victims an extra 187,500,000 shares? 30% dilution so shares could fall 2.5p to 5.3p just for this. EPO does not have enough cash to repay the £25m. Or will the new CEO, CFO and Chairman turn a blind eye to the October 2017 apparent fraud upon investors? The cash-eating Epola virus infects all and if the new leadership team fail to burn all the bodies then they will also die soon enough. Need 188m share gift to burn that one outbreak. Avoid Epola virus. SELL. Heading for 5p. All imho. Dyor
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