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|Bartyboy look at the date of the purchase on your post above.|
|Please note the following new thread which may be of interest:
"Telecom Shares You Should Buy: The Tips League Table"
|I am overjoyed at the recent movement. I was with Rescuer and bought in on the rumour when we were at 3p. I had all but written off the 3K dropped but looks like that and more could be furnishing my coffers once this technology takes hold.|
|More director buying. Can't be bad!!
18 September 2006
18 September 2006
("Tower" or "the Company")
The Company was notified today that on the same day a Company where Tommy B.
Jensen, Executive Chairman of Tower PLC has a beneficial interest, purchased
560 000 ordinary shares in the Company at 2.21 p per share.
Tommy B. Jensen and related parties' holding after the transaction now equates
to 6.38% of the issued ordinary share capital of the Company.|
|Jaknife - I follow your (generally) bearish comments with interest, both on here and on MF. You are generally right, which is probably why you rub most up the wrong way!
I'd be interested to hear your thoughts on who the "big players" will be in this sector.|
nice ol beeksy
|Jak - 17 Sep'06 - 09:54 - 713 of 713
"VoIP could be the next bubble".
Bubbles are fine by me - so long as we get to 10p before they burst!, Lol!|
What on earth makes you think that the sector needs "consolidating" yet? And even if it did why would little Tiny Tower/Vyke feature anywhere in a list of major players that others would want to consolidate?
Monisha Varadan seemed reasonably on the ball in her comments, as noted in rescuer's post at 678:
"VoIP could be the next bubble". So says Monisha Varadan of www.allnewissues.com who has seen a raft of small, undercapitalised companies floating on the basis of excitement about this new technology. Varadan notes "like all exciting new technologies, the big winners will be consumers, a few players usually not the small ones will do brilliantly but most of the new players will go bust." As with all bubbles the markets have yet to twig what is happening.
Tower is one of the "small ones" that Monisha is suggesting will "go bust". It also fits clearly into the "undercapitalised" category, which is why bucket loads of shares need to be issued.
|CC 08.05am on a Sunday.......think you may still be dreaming ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZz
Hope not though..................
We both know that tjhis is going to happen either by a takeover or just getting it right.They are a small player in a BIG market..Should be great at last!!!!!|
|Jak, you may well be correct but after watching the IT program "Click" on BBC 24 hour news where they did a feature on VOIP and in particular MOIP (mobile voice over) which they say is now becoming widely available, together with Wireless connections that work thru the Router even when the PC is turned off!
I can just see the sector consolidating and TWR getting taken out at a healthy premium. The most striking aspect of the report was that currently 1.5% of all calls are VOIP and they predict in 12 months this to rise to 20%...............
about time Richard had another look!|
If you read what I've written you'll see that this is exactly what I was suggesting would happen. If this runs true to form (ie as has happened before with this company and with many other Stephen Dean companies) then:
1. The share price will creep up slowly over a few weeks;
2. Some announcement will be made which as a consequence will mean that the shares will be suspended;
3. Whilst the shares are suspended various "Brokers of Low Repute" will get on the phone heavily promoting the stock and getting people to buy in at say 3p;
4. The stock will come back from suspension and the convertible will be converted issuing bucket loads of shares at 2p;
5. The share price will fall back to where it is now.
This is how mugs are sucked into buying a POS company like this one.
|Well whatever the merits or not of Jaks stance on this stock, the fact of the matter is the share price is steadily rising.
Number five n the leader board today will do me!|
|Jak >> i don;t think CC is referring to TC's bid rumour,
about 12 months ago myself and one or two others were party to a bid rumour for TWR, it didn't materialise, thus the price went down from 3.25p to the lows of 1p.
there were a couple of RNS's around that time, that suggested that a bid was pos. on the cards.
but as i say i didn't happen.
anyways a few more days like today and i'll break even.
have a good weekend all.|
|topchat created the bid rumour so presumably all that he needs to do is repeat the lie|
|topchat.............have the previous bid rumours resurfaced?|
|Jak >> the warrents and bonds can't be redeemed until either they hit the strike price (2p)or until July 2007 at 105% of face value.
that said, because of the lack of daily volume of the company, the share price would need to be at multiples of todays share price to avoid the share price being trashed back to 1p or less,
IMHO it wouldn't be in the companies interest to excercise their options at anything less than c4p / 5p
that said, and whilst i hold a sack full of these from many a moon ago, at a much higher price,
in the main your correct about the losses plus their mkt place is very competative, their infrastructure cost are high and will remain high, as is the nature of this mkt sector,
that said, if they do continue to progress as well as they have done over the last few months, then we may see some significant rises in share price over the coming months.
also as Barty states, there's always the pos. someone will take the company out, purley as an add-on to their tele-cummunication business.
anyways school run dictates, will look in tomorow.
thanks again for your post Jak, your not a poster i've come across too often, but when i have you've been more often right than wrong.|
|JakNife.....Thanks for a bit of reality........|