Osirium Technologies Takeover Rumours (OSI)


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"McAfee's $14B+ takeover notches largest public-to-private deal this year By Ryan Prete November 8, 2021 An investor group including Advent International has agreed to take security software company McAfee private for over $14 billion, accounting for the largest public-to-private transaction this year. ..." HTTP://pitchbook.com/news/articles/mcafees-14b-takeover-largest-public-to-private-deals-2021
"NEXT COURSE DATES 17th & 18th November 2021 19th & 20th January 2022 16th & 17th February 2022 23rd & 24th March 2022 27th & 28th April 2022 18th & 19th May 2022" HTTP://www.osirium.com/courses/osirium-pam-administrator-course Thanks H.D. The fact that the courses are running every month suggests a very healthy level of interest - & of sales. And you would think there would also be a very healthy level of takeover interest in OSI, at its current depressed share price of just 19p. Sometimes when a company has been relatively quiet, as OSI has been recently re. RNSes & tweeting, that can be a sign of a takeover approach. But either way, the company is looking well undervalued at its current level, and with an extremely bright future.
Thanks Hedgehog, would you see OSI being a takeover target at current depressed levels by PE or other vulture hunters?
Edison are forecasting a strong second half for OSI, which should mean a series of contract wins RNSes. And at 22p, the OSI s.p. is at the same price as the April fundraising. O.K., the company is currently loss-making ... but they are tiny compared to many other tech companies, some without zero turnover, and OSI's last placing was completed in under a day, and at just a modest discount, investors were so keen for a piece of the action. With a surge in ransomware concerns this summer, this keenness will only have heightened. At this price though OSI is a sitting duck for a takeover, so anyone buying in at this price should be in a win-win situation.
Sold out years ago soon after those earlier posts when I realised that revenue was not growing exponentially, and raising cash to cover overheads. Might buy back in, depends whether they have to tap shareholders again, but then again it might become a takeover target at these levels if what is written above comes to fruition!
"The only positive that I see here is that this company might be a decent candidate for a takeover. Otherwise there are better cyber security prospects out there than OSI. Shearwater [SWG] looks like it could do well in the future. Intercede [IGP] has been delivering consistently for a couple years now." Megasonic, Those two companies don't appeal to me, as they (especially SWG) look relatively 'boring' and 'stodgy' in comparison to an exciting, very small cap. growth play like OSI. If they appeal to you, then why not just invest in them, and forget about OSI?! After all, are OSI shareholders going to the boards of those companies to slag them off?! My basic take is that you are VERY interested in investing here, so are trying to scare some naive investors into dumping at the bottom, which is frankly rather unpleasant.
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