Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
RM2 Int LSE:RM2 London Ordinary Share LU0994178464 ORD USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.08p -9.64% 0.75p 0.70p 0.80p 0.83p 0.725p 0.83p 1,599,242 16:20:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4.9 -32.3 -8.1 - 33.27

RM2 Int Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/8/2018
11:54
Did they land that transformational big contract then???
ltcm1
09/7/2018
17:06
some huge sells and yet we are up, very odd
sigora
09/7/2018
15:53
The decks have been awash for a long time now...they must have grounded. Remains to be seen when they will start breaking up.
snake oil
09/7/2018
10:57
Still no flesh on the dow500 client, for a bod who spend money like it's other people's you'd think they would at least pretend to be doing "business" stuff...
rathean
15/6/2018
15:08
Not where I hoped but not bad. I will add when I am back on Monday.They are banging on about Ebitda that much that I now believe them. An RNS on a contract would cheer us all up along with the share price All in good time.
jimmyloser
15/6/2018
14:01
Anyone have opinions on the result of the Open Offer? Looks like only £1.4M take up of the available £4M offered - seems a poor result but the tone of the RNS is positive and says it shows 'investor confidence'. Not sure about that, any thoughts?
rm2investor
14/6/2018
10:12
Who is that? I am being facetious, but even the very best and most credible investors make mistakes and errors of judgement. Woodford's recent record is appalling and his inability to simply write off investments which haven't worked is risible and what one would expect from the most callow investor.
hpcg
14/6/2018
10:06
Where does all of the conjecture and diatribe about one of the most credible men in the City come from?At least it gives us a chuckleTomorrow is the day of judgement
jimmyloser
14/6/2018
09:44
But isn't this exactly what Woodford wants, the can kicked down the road and the day of reckoning postponed??? The longer Woodford can avoid having to fess up to this disaster, the greater the chance something else will come good and he will be able to bury away RM2 in the small print.
ltcm1
13/6/2018
17:44
Better than that dexdringle, in a couple of my accounts I was able to go short with spreadbets then insane pop to 4p. Flat now though, profit bagged. From the refinance RNS we know the second batch of money from Woodford is contingent on certain KPIs being met. "The issuance of the second tranche of 1,256,161,970 new Ordinary Shares (gross proceeds of $17,837,500) (the Second Tranche Subscription) would occur ten business days following a drawdown notice issued by the Company and is subject to the satisfaction of the Key Performance Indicators described herein." Right now the capitalisation is more or less the new money raised, which is appropriate. The fact that a second tranche has been premeditated implies that they think they will need more cash and talk of positive EBITDA only in 2019 also implies that. The scenario which is good enough to pass the KPIs but means they still need more money must be fairly slim, but we can likely say that they aren't over achieving or the share price would not have gravitated. If they need the extra cash and it is granted then that is amber. However at any time the cash runs out and KPIs are not met then that is essentially game over. So its ok, until its not. The share price should be a good guide.
hpcg
13/6/2018
16:47
I always thought this company tried to solve a problem that was not there.
montyhedge
13/6/2018
16:45
So what does Woodford pulling the plug look like ? Is it just a case of him refusing to put up any more cash and the company therefore running out of cashflow ? That isn't really pulling the plug though is it as 'pulling the plug' would suggest an action that, in itself, brings the company down (like a bank calling in a loan)? And I doubt even Woodford has any intention of putting up any more cash in here. Luckily hpcg as you are not invested here it doesn't matter to you so you can sit happily on the sidelines and gloat at those of us who are invested.
dexdringle
13/6/2018
15:30
Because it's a failed business! Amount of money poured in is not important, it is the amount of money that comes out of the other end. There never has been, is not now, and never will be, any surplus cash generated by the business.
hpcg
13/6/2018
15:26
Why would he do that bearing in mind how much money he has in the bath ?
dexdringle
13/6/2018
15:23
To no ones surprise at all one can now buy for the placing price. How long now before Woodford pulls the plug?
hpcg
05/6/2018
10:14
And the last thing the planet needs is more plastic!
ltcm1
31/5/2018
18:45
Dexdringle - LOL. What happens if the tracked pallet arrives, with nothing on it? You must be joking. It much easier and cheaper to RFID chip the products. This is a company that is inventing something that is not needed.
topvest
31/5/2018
09:49
More fool the punters who shovelled that cash into his funds.
phowdo
31/5/2018
09:29
Anyone know how much Neil Woodford has fired into this cash guzzler??? It was 12.5m sterling in 2014 for 7.5%. He raised his holding in 2015 to 21% and then 27% via a placing. And now he has ended up with 68%. Are we talking over 50m here???
ltcm1
30/5/2018
13:00
Still not quite at the placing price but it will get there. Those buying at 4p were unhinged.
hpcg
29/5/2018
15:17
Hmmmm Topvest......but given everything that has gone on you'd think the management would realise that by now and knock it on the head. But no, they keep on raising new money and ploughing on. This means that they: 1. are genuinely stupid dreamers or 2. are corrupt and just milking the thing despite knowing it is hopeless or 2. have some tangible reasons to believe that the wheel can indeed be re-invented I wonder which it is.......... PS surely the USP here is not the fact that the pallets are plastic (or whatever) but is instead the fact that they can be 'tracked'. Clients can be invoiced as soon as the good are received. No dispute about delivery etc. Is that not what is new about this ? It is a sort of e-pallet. Or i-pallet. And we all know what happens when an e or an i are chucked into the mix ????
dexdringle
28/5/2018
18:47
Looks like a failure to me. Inventing something to replace a cheaper wooden pallet (and more sustainable) product that has functioned satisfactorily for decades is a risky business strategy. It’s basically inventing something that’s not needed or wanted. Reminds me of Joseph Joseph.
topvest
23/5/2018
16:12
dexdringle - why does it have to come good? The statistics for new business failure make it more likely to not succeed than to prosper. Too much money spent? Well we do know Woodford has a hard on for the sunk cost fallacy.
hpcg
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