Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Quindell LSE:QPP London Ordinary Share GB00BMTS9H89 ORD 15P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 97.75 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 72.0 -238.0 -87.9 - 444

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/11/2015
10:25
Nicky can you not avoid my question please and explain since you've admitted that qpp did a 'firesell' which you denies for months that you've been wrong as you've finally said this on record
solanki2000
23/11/2015
10:03
Yeah, yours mostly go down though, hence my question. I'm curious as to how you pick 'em because AFAI can see you hold only 2, QPP & SGH and they are 2 of the biggest losers on any stock exchange in the world. You can't be throwing a dart at the FT because even doing that you'd have to be very unlucky to pick two scandal magnet dogs like these, so, tell us, how do you pick your shares?
ionlypostafterbbms
23/11/2015
10:02
'i am patient' an in-patient or out-patient ? one would hazard a guess you've been let out the asylum for the day.....
brahmsnliszt
23/11/2015
09:59
Tom, do you really have nothing better to do? I am patient. Shares can go up as well as down. Don't crow too soon!
nicky name
23/11/2015
09:54
I am surprised to hear that there isn't one. Are you sure? That is a good idea though, if one does not already exist. Unregulated 'tipsters' need to be monitored and held to account just as much as AIM company directors.
nicky name
23/11/2015
09:20
This seems to have mutated into the Slater Gordon thread. Please start an Advfn SGH thread if you wish to discuss it here. This is the QPP thread. Re: SGH though, do you really think SGH would not have thoroughly done their homework having seen clearly what had happened to QPP and it's aggressive accounting for WIP? Slaters have a fine reputation for acquisitions and integration. Look at its acquisition history and successes. PSD was a big one, and will take time to digest.
nicky name
23/11/2015
09:20
This seems to have mutated into the Slater Gordon thread. Please start an Advfn SGH thread if you wish to discuss it here. This is the QPP thread. Re: SGH though, do you really think SGH would not have thoroughly done their homework having seen clearly what had happened to QPP and it's aggressive accounting for WIP? Slaters have a fine reputation for acquisitions and integration. Look at its acquisition history and successes. PSD was a big one, and will take time to digest.
nicky name
23/11/2015
09:01
Bawhahahahahahaha!!! rodrod1, 2 minutes ago Steamy said: ↑ This looks like 6 months of pain for holder here. This is a very very cheap company now, any sign of shorts closing I will be looking to take a position. ------------------------------------ Just so you know, a tw@t alias copies posts from here to advfn in order to knock Blueshare - but free advertising I suppose. =========================================== You can read this stupidity for yourselves here - HTTP://www.blueshare.co.uk/community/index.php?threads/sgh-slater-gordon-limited.2556/page-9#post-42861 - I like the threads where fools rush in to buy distressed shares (see DX.) because they are "cheap", only to find the distress has just started & now they are engulfed in it.
ionlypostafterbbms
23/11/2015
08:49
Some amusing comments from Steamy's Blueshare / QPPSAG forum, including one from the Sage of Blueshare himself. Seems nothing at all was learned from the QPP debacle. Steamy, 41 minutes ago Founder of QSAG & Co-Founder of BlueShare This looks like 6 months of pain for holder here. This is a very very cheap company now, any sign of shorts closing I will be looking to take a position. ================================= Another genius, anxious to jump out of the frying pan into the fire adds: rodrod1, 14 minutes ago Member Moderator Now where's me QPP cash payout? Off to the EGM to make sure it all goes through as bargains like this are amazing for the longer term.
ionlypostafterbbms
23/11/2015
06:38
Anyone know the current price for S&G? Cannot for the life of me find it. NN?
kemche
23/11/2015
05:20
Nicky can you please confirm you admit qpp had to do a firesell and also slater and Gordon is at a new 52 week low.Thanks in anticipation.
solanki2000
23/11/2015
00:17
'IOnlyPostAfteraFew' thanks for the unregulated financial advice
nicky name
22/11/2015
21:51
Bang on, what's left is massively cash burning and non cash generative. This is fact, don't take my word for it or even the expert bulls who have called this perfectly. Just look at the balance sheet in black and white. You Don't need to ask anyone. Nicky the blind contradictory bitter bull has finally admitted too that the 'firesell' from qpp has kept this fraud still alive
solanki2000
22/11/2015
20:45
I'd sell now, take the money & run. There's nothing left in the company that's worth a damn.
ionlypostafterbbms
22/11/2015
19:44
So after the consolidation she'll have 300 shares, albeit she'll get 3000 X 10p in 2016 too = £300. That's (2700 + 300) about what they're worth right now so the reason people not selling up is potential value left in the business?
bigman786
22/11/2015
19:37
Cheers Funkmaster
bigman786
22/11/2015
15:17
She'll get 90p per share so £2700. The shares will then consolidate.Assuming the court approves, etc etc.
funkmasterp12
22/11/2015
15:09
Sorry for being thick - my sister has 3000 of these. What will she get come December .... Does the consolidation come first, ie, she'll get £270 or £2700 then the consolidation? Thanks in anticipation.
bigman786
22/11/2015
15:02
Lol admitting if was a firesell on record? You went months saying it was no such thing, qpp were fine? Firesell indicates qpp was in a mess, surely not???Contradiction as usual
solanki2000
22/11/2015
14:39
patience jarbie it would have been silly to pay out too much and squeeze working capital, and capital to develop Ingenie and Himex but personally now my main interest is in how SGH exploits the assets that it bought in a fire sale from QPP
nicky name
22/11/2015
09:50
Nicky Name - you get 90p cash and a share drop to near 0p 98p has a built in cash return which we expected to be 100p
jarbie
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