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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nautilus Marine Services Plc LSE:NAUT London Ordinary Share GB0031461949 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.75 0.50 1.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -7.2 -19.6 - 0

Nautilus Marine Services Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/3/2019
14:45
A very serious game being played here as NAUT are desperate to cut ongoing costs and so far the result of efforts has been quite miserable. Those who converted their loans into shares at 50p must surely have an agenda here that has not yet played itself out.
noirua
06/3/2019
07:59
Maybe gas assets sold to related party for $1? That would fit with the apparent modus operandi...IMVHO
eezymunny
06/3/2019
07:56
Excellent. Another $9m+ sucked out of the company and NAV down to $9m. What happens next?
eezymunny
24/2/2019
12:15
We all know that news is paramount here. Will NAUT sell their gas assets and for how much. Will they sell all those ships that are moored up costing a pretty penny to insure and maintain. https://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=staticchart&s=L%5ENAUT&p=3&t=46
noirua
20/2/2019
22:33
Yeah it's rare the bid or offer is more than 50-100k in this. While big gains can be had in this it's most certainly a stock to add to the "market maker list" a stock where they often rob people both ways. On the last spike none of the sellers got anywhere near the bid they were quoting. Buy gently as it drifts and offload as it spikes with this one
dave4545
20/2/2019
22:12
£240 moved it down almost 0.5p yesterday lol
boyleslaw
20/2/2019
16:55
Share certainly showing signs that movements either way could be very sharp indeed.
noirua
16/2/2019
11:04
Thanks sigora
dave4545
16/2/2019
10:27
your on a roll dave here pat skin rgb well done
sigora
16/2/2019
10:01
Amazed none of the buyers yesterday sold the same day for a loss. Are we finally getting some common sense in the markets now. If you hold you tend to get a profit in the end
dave4545
16/2/2019
09:52
Just waiting for the sale to be announced.
boyleslaw
16/2/2019
00:04
https://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=staticchart&s=L%5ENAUT&p=2&t=46 Chart looks interesting at this point.
noirua
15/2/2019
14:07
what's the spread at 14p to 8p please? ;D
babbler
15/2/2019
10:10
Terrible spread. If you did buy keep it to 25k or less and you get 8.42p, anything higher and it's 8.6p+
dave4545
14/2/2019
11:50
Long term debt is now paid down from $31.6 million to $21.1 million. Significant sum expected from sale of gas assets and reduction in ongoing costs: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/nautilus-marine-NAUT/share-news/Nautilus-Marine-Services-PLC-Intent-to-Divest-Colo/79108479 A hope that cash from these assets will be distributed to shareholders eventually. Might be a reason for recent loan conversions as debt holders would receive nothing. A sum of $12 million £9.3 million would equal 17p to 18p a share distributed. The remaining debt is 160p and 225p and might be converted if the cash distribution is higher.
noirua
14/2/2019
01:06
Shares issued 52,505,529 McClarty - 12,524,590 = 23.853% -$7,640,000 £6,262,295 Aeterna - 3,868,852 = 7.37% -$2,360,000 £1,934,426 Directors hold 634,768 shares = 1.21% · Convertible A Loan Notes of $10.5 million when fully issued have a 50p conversion price, coupon of 8 per cent. and a maturity date of 1 January 2027; [These are now all converted] · Convertible B Loan Notes of $6.1m when fully issued have a 160p conversion price, coupon of 6 per cent. and a maturity date of 1 January 2029; [3,125,000 shares] · Convertible C Loan Notes of $15.0m when fully issued have a 225p conversion price, coupon of 6 per cent. and a maturity date of 1 January 2032. [5,464,480 shares] [If all loan notes are converted they would equal 41% of NAUT. Another 5,500,000 shares approx for 50.1%, on market]
noirua
13/2/2019
15:25
They are looking to return multiples of current share price to shareholders. This is a no brainer
ayesha4
13/2/2019
13:20
thats a nice way of putting it noirua lol , audi for a mondeo lmao
sigora
13/2/2019
13:17
These conversions must be, in my opinion, because a party or a number of parties acting together wish to apply pressure on the company's directors or to take control. Would I convert my new Audi for a dented Mondeo. Only if the Mondeo had hidden value and hidden bits came with it. Maybe a tool kit, foot pump and car jack made from 18 carat gold. That means that the converters firstly see an eventual control of NAUT. From this an ability to sell off the parts as well as a conversion for tax reasons. Buying chunks of shares on market at £25K a go would send the share price into orbit.
noirua
13/2/2019
11:57
how much cash does cnel have compared to mcap?
babbler
13/2/2019
10:34
forget the damn conversion and look at cash and imminent asset sale. Idiots will hold for 20 mins and lose the lot after 10 trades. With any luck... imo.
babbler
13/2/2019
10:31
if you say so.
babbler
13/2/2019
10:24
I'm long term holder when it looked like safe cash shell! What's the scam? Looks too good etc. Are the insiders stake building with a view to? Probably not good for us shareholders!
ghhghh
13/2/2019
10:06
This will rocket once sellers of previous rise are out of the way. Whether it will get to 50p is anyone's guess but does have enough to propel it much further than now.
frrinvest
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