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|If the directors want their £3m back, they need to sell at £20m+|
king kong dong
If they they continue to deliver and results keep getting better than will not be long before this is 3-4p (Maybe year end).
8p doesn't look to bad then.|
|Mike surely a takeover will not materialise at these levels? The directors would not sell for less than their £20M (=8p per share approx). Is any company going to offer 8p when the share price is 1.5p? It would be virtually unheard of...|
|Yup, i still think that a takeover/offer rns will hit and the price will open with zero chances of buying at this level. The closer we get to June too the closer we get to results. I'm expecting a build up to these. Just a shame they don't communicate a bit better but if they did I'm sure we all couldn't have accumulated around these levels. Every cloud ....|
|They drop the bid loads on sells but they will not move the ask.
Says it all.|
|500,000 available at 1.72|
|VCP is a possible suitor|
|CAF is prime for a buyout. Profitable and growing.Only a matter of time before a company, such as ISG, makes a play.Let's say they pay them moving forward an average of £10m per year for flooring works on repeat business.Eventually a buyout would make more sense for the profitability of the buyer in the long run? They would also capture the experience of the board.All ties in with the £20m buyout for founder shares.ISG have just incorporated "ISG DEVELOPMENTS UK HOLDINGS LIMITED" Just brain farts but you never know.....;)|
|The bid may have dropped towards the close but even after that there wasn't the 100k of shares available to buy @ 1.68 like there was yesterday...would have cost 1.72|
|Agree that this is a good solid stock nowadays|
|Watch this next week|
|I often email Peter Jay and he always replies promptly.
And I managed to pick up a good chunk when it dropped to under a penny last year. I was probably almost solely responsible for the subsequent bounce. Lonely times on here back then.|
|Doesn't take a genius to see the MOGP is undervalued with a lot potential at this level.
The story is strong here, off the radar stocks always seem to turn out to be the best gainers.
PR/Shareholder relations looks poor but who cares as long as they continue to deliver with stellar figures.|
|Wouldn't worry too much about that, it's the same as any other thinly traded stock. When volume picked up the other day you could sell one million shares at once.|
|Yep left a message for Andy Collins with the promise of a call back....didn't happen.That was back on Feb 16 when the share price dipped under a penny and this board was dead.As you say MOGP is well under the radar but beware it can be very difficult to exit or reduce a position if needed. MM's just shut up shop...that may of changed recently with the added interest but is still worth bearing in mind.|
|Does anyone here ever contact the company? Peter Jay is the Chairman. He really should keep us PIs better informed|
|A rather extreme position, sounds like he shorted Borussia Dortmund shares before bombing the team bus!
king kong dong
|It's not a bad thing. Keep adding and accumulating when possible IMO.|
|yes....if ever a share was 'under the radar' it would appear to be this one.|
king kong dong
|Seems like we can account for virtually all MOGP trades on this board! :p|
|Yes well done, good price you got them at.|
|My 100k top up.|
|Well last year's finals were on 7th June and here's a snippet :
The Group's operating profit was increased from GBP74,385 in 2014 to GBP203,895 in 2015 with CAF continuing to be the principal driver of the Group's revenue and profits (with a PBT of GBP467,428 against GBP240,885 in 2014) and continues to be a leader in its field.
MBG's transformation, which followed the extensive rationalisation that was completed in April 2015, into a construction company with a substantially reduced cost structure and a business strategy that limited its choice of contracts to those where consistent margins are paired with low risk. It is now trading profitably and has excellent prospects and it was only the effect of two legacy contracts that were taken on in 2013 and 2014 under the previous strategy that prevented it from recording a profit in 2015. Excluding these two legacy contracts MBG would have produced an operating profit of GBP400,285 in 2015.|