Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Invu Inc LSE:NVUK London Ordinary Share USU460741072 COM SHS NPV (REG S)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 27.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 22.48

Invu Share Discussion Threads

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19/4/2005
13:09
40 new customers a month.
neddo
17/4/2005
13:40
nice company
harry punter
15/4/2005
12:13
nvuk is a residual stock - settles outside of the crest system. Anyone wanting to trade paper will have to sign a stock transfer form to sell
daza75
14/4/2005
13:35
I stand corrected. NVU is also traded on AIM, just not quoted in the FT. Ring Financial Dynamics or Arbuthnot to get the correct story first hand. As I understand it, the two classes of shares will merge after Jan 2006, which implies a relative rise in NVUK or a relative fall in NVU (or a bit of both). Either way, if the co. continues to do well the price of both classes will rise. The spread on NVU is a big disincentive, for me at least. Erik.
bludax
14/4/2005
13:22
Where it says... "Invu, Inc. is quoted on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange. On January 6th 2004, Invu's shares started to trade on this market. There are currently two classes of shares, ticker symbol NVUK and NVU. NVUK are new shares issued following the recent placement and listing as they are subject to the rules of Regulation S of the US Securiites Act of 1933. NVU shares are the shares existing prior to the listing. " ... which doesn't actually make it any clearer as to which shares are tradeable. Furthermore, if you follow the link from there, the ticker it takes you to at the LSE site is that for NVU, not for NVUK...
obarmoth
14/4/2005
13:11
Have a look at the Invu website under investor relations. You can always ring the PR people if you need to get to the bottom of the difference in the share structure. Most brokers seem to be unaware that NVUK is an AIM listed stock and fully tradeable in the UK, whereas NVU is not listed on AIM. Erik http://www.invu.net/investorRelations.aspx
bludax
14/4/2005
12:44
jj it seems that a lot of the brokers are not as well informed as they should be. nvuk is the 'new stock'. you can buy as many as you want online at tdwaterhouse.
jib
14/4/2005
11:48
I tried to buy NVUK via Idealing.com Message says "stock not recognised"
justjim37
14/4/2005
07:57
the share price differential between nvuk and nvu means it is cheaper to get in with nvuk (traded in the uk) as these prises will achieve parity soon. i cant understand why anyone will buy nvu at these prices.
jib
14/4/2005
07:29
I hold NVUK in my TDW account. NVU up 8% this morning.
zapdos
14/4/2005
07:29
Tried to buy through Useless Brennan this morning. They came back to me and told me that this is a residual stock and that they cannot trade it (despite me making them check and double check that we were talking about NVUK here, not NVU). When I told them I knew that others had bought this stock through them, they told me they would be unable to settle these trades.... ?!? Thought you all ought to be aware...
obarmoth
14/4/2005
07:15
Look at the trading update on 16/2/05 under news. At the end it tells us about the two tickers.
bbonsall
13/4/2005
21:05
Ok. If I say anymore about it you have my permission to tell me to NVUK off! ;)
mad4it
13/4/2005
20:57
lol..dont understand why you lot are confused.Its all clear to me.Just ignore NVU and stick to NVUK!
nurdin
13/4/2005
20:54
nurdin - Were they talking about NVUK or NVU ? ....I'll get me coat! ;)
mad4it
13/4/2005
20:53
Have a look at the post by fegga (10/10 at 21.19) on the NVU board. It answers your questions about the split of the shares and the timing of their probable reunion(!). Also gives info. on the (top quality) management. Erik
bludax
13/4/2005
20:51
The Citywire verdict today: "The company should have a lot further to go..." after an excellent write up
nurdin
13/4/2005
18:53
Blue - I agree with Jas, I hold NVUK in my Hoodless Brennan nominee account. Confusing isn't it - think we need something stronger than tea!
thewass
13/4/2005
17:20
Blue- I think you or Barclays have this the wrong way round. I hold NVUK in my Barclays nominee account. I would not advice buying NVU anyway as this always has a large spread.
jaslive
13/4/2005
16:46
nurdin- Now I'm really confused! lol! If the AIM placing shares are the NVUK shares, then I'd have thought they'd be the non-residual ordinary shares. As they were placed on the AIM and not transfered from the US. Therefore I would have thought the transfered NVU Nasdaq shares would be the US residual shares. But that article seems to be indicating it's the other way round and the NVUK shares are the restricted shares and therefore NVUK is the residual stock. Is that right ? What makes all this curious is that residual shares cannot be traded through Crest and therefore cannot usually be traded online and held in a nominee account....which is what Blueyonder was saying in post 77. Yet you traded them online with TDW and hold them in a nominee account and mine are in my nominee account with HB! I have held a couple of residual stocks in a nominee account in the past, but that was before Crest became the default standard for all online brokers. This is the first, split, residual stock I've bought in a few years, so I'm a bit out of touch with the pros and cons Blimey! I need a cup of tea! ;)
mad4it
13/4/2005
16:36
no ..I think when the shares are normalised or merged,those holding nvu will be alloted a number of NVUK shares such that the net value of the holding is unchanged.Just a guess
nurdin
13/4/2005
16:23
thanks guys.....very interesting, i too purchased online thru tdw. will both the nvu & nvuk shares fall in line with each other when they become one? If so, isn't it more beneficial to be with nvuk?
mard1
13/4/2005
15:53
Good progress again today.....which is nice. Blueyonder - Re NVUK & NVU. I bought NVUK yesterday and it's in my nominee account with Hoodless Brennan, although I did have to buy on the phone, as there is no online quote for NVUK on HB, but there is for NVU!....but comdirect quote NVKU as the old Nasdaq listing and don't quote NVU at all! I saw the NVUK ticker yesterday after seeing the results RNS, I read the results, liked what I saw and as the MMs were moving up I got straight onto my broker to buy. I didn't even realise there were two different quotes until last night lol! I spoke to HB this afternoon....they were confused and said they'd get back to me tomorrow! So I decided to speak to the registrar....who was equally confused and couldn't help me! lol! Why are there two different prices ? (They don't seem to be A & B voting/non voting shares.) Are the NVUK shares still treated as residual US shares ? (Hence no online quote.) Therefore, are there problems with delayed settlement in the event of me selling them ? (Not that that's an issue in the near future.) Are the NVU shares the UK ordinaries ? Is there a doctor in the house ? ;) I'd appreciate some clarification of the difference between the two shares, from those in the know ?
mad4it
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