Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Origo LSE:OPP London Ordinary Share IM00B1G3MS12 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.30p 0.25p 0.35p 0.30p 0.30p 0.30p 147,800 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -10.0 -2.8 - 1.08

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/9/2018
15:16
Hard to say, yes, it's a fraud, some of us here reckon 1p a share perhaps... Maybe more if the previous directors are properly held to account?
zcaprd7
13/9/2018
22:14
I bought into this 3 years ago. Just a small punt of just few hundreds ££. My fault, I didn't research much into it as I thought only putting in few hundreds £. Reading the recent chairman report I'm shocked of so much money (investors/shareholders') gone into this and all come to nothing or almost. Did the previous not make thorough diligence into the investments they investing as they must be responsible on how they handle shareholders' money or they're part of this scam. Not only a £m but sounds like £billion altogether in so many places. Maybe one bad investment decision & losses on one investment but OMG all (except maybe one can be saved) investments evaporated! - definitely a Ponzi scheme. Are the directors not held liable or the FCA/ government get involve here? Anyone thinking there's can be some money to be salvaged for the shareholders? Or the share price might go up a little more and buying at this price might have chance of getting some money back? I really feel for those who bought in earlier days and got more invested in.
happyyoshie
13/9/2018
21:33
Did you have another nibble?
zcaprd7
25/8/2018
14:16
I doubt it'll be wrapped up by November. Seems most likely they will get an extension. HY results out soon & I'm sure we'll get more clarity across the board.
oxs
24/8/2018
16:31
Well, if I was a suspicious man, I'd say there was a bit of kitchen sinking going on, followed by a "we'll take it off your hands for 1p" type of offer.Either way, they seem intent in wrapping things up by November, which is why I held...
zcaprd7
24/8/2018
15:51
Well it wouldn't surprise me if it got there & given if an RNS is upbeat very few people will be aware of the NDPS's so it may well overshoot its real value.... I've been buying for the last week and will continue to do so, interims arn't all that far away, the Chairmans comments will be an interesting read. Note the 1m buys when the board were in China beginning of July. Time will tell eh.
oxs
24/8/2018
15:16
Like going up a 1000% after it relisted. I'd bite your arm off for 2p...
zcaprd7
24/8/2018
10:44
Perhaps not... although, stranger things have happened on the market. 1.5p-2p is what I have in mind.
oxs
24/8/2018
00:27
Well, I'd written them all off, I doubt I'll get the 4p I had in mind...
zcaprd7
23/8/2018
21:51
I think you'll be alright for a profit personally, seems pretty obvious to me the man in charge is acting with integrity. Ex corporate lawyer, if no more value is extracted it won't be any fault of the new board. Not long till the interims.
oxs
23/8/2018
11:23
Might be a touch bit higher, they plunged to a low just before they delisted where I loaded up ...
zcaprd7
23/8/2018
09:56
1.2p ?? but you've been here since the preference share days ?? how did you get such a low average ? Certainly not imo, i'm a buyer from these levels
oxs
23/8/2018
09:18
I think it's about 1.2p, so I left them, I couldn't see the point in selling them?
zcaprd7
23/8/2018
08:25
If you dont mind me asking, whats your average ?
oxs
22/8/2018
22:45
It doesn't make me wonder as I was in before they sorted that mess out! It was actually a decent result as the preference holders were trying to get their mitts on the whole thing...
zcaprd7
22/8/2018
22:24
correction: 1.05p is the investment floor & when $12m is payed back to the preference shares, not $15m... thereafter the share is 56% ordinary shares & 46% preference shares. It does make you wonder how the hell they managed to blag such amazing terms on the preference shares all those years ago.
oxs
22/8/2018
21:45
I agree, but thats why the investment case here is actually quite good. The companies NAV for ordinary shares is around 1.5p, then there are other investments that may be sold & legal action on top which the market has not accounted for. 1.5p is the investment floor, anything bellow is good value & if 1 or more of the investments are divested then it will add 0.35p for every £2m made after the $15m is paid back to the preference shares.
oxs
22/8/2018
20:38
I was more hoping on legal action against the 100s of million of dollars of money stolen from the company over the years? And no, I don't think that is libellous...
zcaprd7
22/8/2018
20:01
If i'm reading everything right... the Nuitech investment makes up almost the whle $14m ?? Which, is clearly one of thre only none (seemingly) ponzi scheme investments.. which given the 20/80 split should value NAV here at around £3m. Anyone ?
oxs
22/8/2018
19:21
I was just using it as an example... $14m or there abouts ? & as you say more if the write downs to 0 turn up trumps. Eitherhway there is far more value here then the market was accounting for.
oxs
22/8/2018
18:32
Where are you getting $20m nav from though?
zcaprd7
22/8/2018
18:31
Ahh, yes, and the market cap was in the 100s of thousands yesterday?I suppose there is the possibility of further upside if the China trip goes well, and/or legal action sorts out China rice...
zcaprd7
22/8/2018
18:12
or in share price terms after the currency conversion around 1.5p
oxs
22/8/2018
18:03
Would actually be more like $6.7m
oxs
22/8/2018
17:58
zcaprd7 In relation to the ZDPS from the revised AOA "Available Funds shall be distributed as follows: 4.11.1 in respect of the first $15,000,000 of any Available Funds divided as to: (a) 80% (i.e. $12,000,000) to the holders of Redeemable Preference Shares; and (b) 20% (i.e. $3,000,000) to the holders of Ordinary Shares; 4.11.2 in respect of any Available Funds in excess of the $15,000,000 referred to in Article 4.11.1 divided as to: (a) 44% to the holders of Redeemable Preference Shares; and (b) 56% to the holders of Ordinary Shares; until such time as the Redeemable Preference Shares have been fully redeemed and thereafter all dividends and other Distributions shall be paid only to the holders of Ordinary Shares." So that says 20/80 split... if the NAV is $20m then OPP ordinary shareholders would receive around $5m
oxs
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