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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Ross Group Plc RGP London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 3.00 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
3.00
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Industry Sector
ELECTRONIC & ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

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DateSubject
02/12/2017
12:16
hope to win: Ordinary % of Issued Share Shares Capital Keniworth Capital Limited 40,000,000 22.29% Prime Growth Enterprises Limited 30,567,555 17.03% Escalating Investments Limited 22,200,720 12.37% Euroclear Nominees Limited 14,000,000 7.80% Mr Nitin Mehta 7,340,156 4.09% Morgan Stanley Client Securities Nominees 7,340,156 4.09% Limited At £1M pounds valuation and the above holders unchanged for a decade it leaves any potential shareholder the chance to buy just 32% of RGP if the remaining shares were available to purchase.In English that’s £320,000 of stock.That assumption would be valid if those shares were in the market to be bought.They are NOT since this company goes back over a century the chances are that most holders don’t even know they own them and those that do might have 1 share for every hundred pounds worth they originally invested.A blogger from old has just says as much in a tab above.Why does this all matter.? When a deal is done or before if investors purchase their will simplify not be enough Shares around to be aquired. That’s why over the last 3 months we have seen some Shares rise 300% in a single day.
02/12/2017
08:22
hope to win: RGP is a shell the directors work for free.RGP makes a profit. RGP has a premium listing. A new director has been appointed to RGP and another company that is not listed in London.RGP stands in at just over one million pounds.For a speculator and investor it represents an ideal investment for a small amount of money.Not risk free but could be extremely exciting in the months ahead. An opportunity to purchase a premium listed company does not come up every day for a million pounds. I dear say the average premium listed company is worth £250M.Its rather like Bitcoin those that got in when no one was interested have made over 100 times what they put in. Since it’s just about impossible to buy more that a few thousands pounds worth of shares in RGP that would be your maximum loss in the worst case scenario.The spread of 20% is high but totally immaterial in the context of the market capitalisation of RGP.All companies listed on the market have a floor in their valuation because speculators know that they can make lots of gain buying companies they know absolutely nothing about and taking a punt. They also know that not all will go up however the ones that do often go up a lot.
29/9/2005
09:13
fido: Ross Group If anyone needs proof of what I say is true, then look at the way the shareprice is bouncing back. On the day of the results the MM`s slashed the bid price in expectation of a flood of sellers but that did not happen and I think that the MM`s now realise that this company that the company is now positioning itself to move forward and that is something that is now more appreciated by investors as well.Forget GEL for a minute because my feelings are that they will be sold off when the time is right. Look at Grande`s relationship with Ross. They have supported them for a long time. They have cleaned them up and primed them for a purpose. The reason I think after many years that now is the time to invest in this company is that all the evidence suggests that lift off is very soon. Ross`s new web site is all set up for the Sansui licence and only requires the official go ahead. When this happens the shareprice will fly because at that time we will have one of the worlds biggest electrical companies executing their plans through Ross.
27/10/2004
11:21
andonis: Good Morning Traders Investors and Peeps....Hybernation is over...now time for a little action...
25/9/2004
15:42
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