Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Reabold Res LSE:RBD London Ordinary Share GB00B95L0551 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.075p -11.11% 0.60p 0.55p 0.65p 0.675p 0.575p 0.675p 23,308,300 15:56:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 0.0 -0.1 -0.0 - 2.37

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Reabold Res Daily Update: Reabold Res is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RBD. The last closing price for Reabold Res was 0.68p.
Reabold Res has a 4 week average price of 0.33p and a 12 week average price of 0.33p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.33p.
There are currently 394,415,896 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,139,447 shares. The market capitalisation of Reabold Res is £2,366,495.38.
silkstag: Assume this is the last chance for any shareholders to sell at 2.5p before RBD is delisted. If it ever gets relisted I expect share price would be c0.25p on a reverse take-over i.e 1/10 of current Bid price.
loverat: The share price performance here gives hope for the the recovery of bombed out shares which are speculative but unlike this, actually have some substance and potential.
bubble pricker: The shares are being pushed by boiler rooms, and since nobody is selling other than the insiders,they can control the share price.
loverat: Well, I guess the fact the share price is slightly higher than when I last popped in shows someone wishes to keep this at artificially high levels for now. No doubt a few people will make a nice profit. It is amazing really. Many companies manage to hide their shortcomings very well and you can understand how good investors can get burnt. However, surely given the history here over the last few months everyone must know these are next to worthless. This will be an interesting case study in watching how stupid investors can be. SilkStag - if you ever get some spare time, I would be interested in your opinion on a company called Fox Marble (FOX). A marble exporter in Kosovo and newly listed on AIM after a findraising. I have an interest in the region and am very negative about their prospects. It seems to be having difficulties already with licences being withheld etc and knowing how business is conducted there I think the share price of 20p (Market Cap 22 million) is based on hot air too. No worries if you do not have time but might make another interesting case study.
bubble pricker: SS, I think the fake share price at this level is intended to allow the company to raise money (maybe £10 or so) from hapeless investors at this share price level. After that, the company has a fake legitimacy, namely the illusion that the funds raised will be invested in highly profitable ventures. On the back of this, the boiler rooms may pump this up or at least generate buying volume into which the original subscribers at 0.25p can sell. After that the company will languish.
silkstag: The 60m shares were subscribed by only three parties, 20m each, so maybe they will manipulate the share price for a while. This is tricky. The share price is fake and x5 what it should be. Disgrace to AiM.
silkstag: Arf, no, all businesses were closed or sold and remaining assets transferred to CVA. Company renamed and AiM ticker changed to RBD. It is now a dormant shell, just incurring salary, overheads and advisor fees. Only liability (allegedly) is £201k of new loannote debt. Only tangible asset is £150k cash from a 60m share placing on 19 December 2012 at 0.25p. It also has its AiM listing which is worth say £250-500k for someone to reverse into. Value is thus 0.3-0.65p per 66.9m shares. The screen price of 4.875p is a huge anomaly. 40m of the 60m shares were placed other than with the directors and those shares will be admitted to AiM in the next week or two. I assume they will cash their multibag profit from 0.25p to 1p, which is my prediction for the share price in a few weeks. Can anyone advise Yet Another Final how he can short this? A lot of brokers wont do T20 shorts any more, and if it isnt on IG then one cannot spreadbet a short, plus it is too small market cap for any CFD I have seen. There is no trade and no employees, just a lawyer and accountant as directors, laughing all the way to the bank, that they have a huge multibag return for absolutely nothing delivered or indicated.
silkstag: Billbyrne, RBD is a shell, it has no trade. In the next 12 months it might close an investment deal which values itself at about net assets plus £250-500k, attributing that premium to the fact it has a listing with management. It has £150k cash and £201k new debt, thus slightly negative (-£51k) net assets. Based on that £250-500k premium, the other side of its first deal will value RBD at about 0.30-0.65p. As you can see, I rounded up significantly to get to 1p in my previous post. The previous 6p, now 5.5p, share price for this shell is just an extreme anomaly. It will reverse once the non-board placees who sbuscribed for 40m of the 60m shares on 19 December 2012 at 0.25p per share, are all free to sell their shares, when they are admitted to trading on AiM in the next few weeks. My post was not a 'shorters slant' as you allege. It was an analyst's conclusion. That clearcut conclusion suggests that short is the right trading decision. Look at it another way. Two week ago there was an equity placing at 0.25p per share. What great success has this company enjoyed in the intervening two weeks to justify those placees earning a x22 return [at 5.5p]? The answer is nothing. This is an extreme anomaly. DYOR.
billbyrne: SilkStag The whole story is on the web site for all to see. So anyone thinking of investing would have done their research before doing so. I take it you have gone short or why else would you go on to the epo, idox, fogl bb calling for shorters to short this share. Your slant on the story is a shorters slant. Each to there own. As you know full well, the shares are worth what someone is willing to pay for them. After a quick rise its not uncommon to see the share price drop as people take their profits. But the shares could just as easily start to go up again.
silkstag: Dear shorters, the current valuation of 6p for 67m shares gives market cap £4m. It is an AiM shell with £150,000 cash and £201,000 debt. When the 60m placing shares are admitted to trading, some will take their thunderous fake profit from their 0.25p placing price. I assume the share price will crash toward 0.25p. It may stop at about 1p as hope value for new management. But the current £4m shell valuation is absurd. STRONG SELL imho. Short away!!! DYOR
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