Veltyco Investors - VLTY

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Veltyco Group Plc VLTY London Ordinary Share IM00BYT32K14 ORD NPV
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 8.40 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
8.40 8.40
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carlsagan1: Does anybody have experience with brokers X-O(by jarvis) or iweb-sharedealing(by halifax)? interactive investor have increased theres fees again(from £90 a year to now £120/£240), along with the bugs, its time I finally left them... Both x-o and iweb have a simple flat trade fee of £5.95 per trade and have no monthly/yearly admin fees or inactivity fees..
1bond: Jeza4, Your link 17 Feb didn't work so I found the story which I have posted below. Breaking News: Option888 Operator Uwe Lenhoff Arrested Veltyco and Uwe Lenhoff - companies and brands The European online landscape has become much safer in recent weeks. In one of the largest cybercrime campaigns, police authorities from Germany, Austria, and Bulgaria have smashed what was probably the largest network of illegal brokers and scammers. Even on a global scale. With the arrests of Israeli Gal BARAK and German Uwe LENHOFF, the European cybercrime scene loses two of its biggest and most aggressive perpetrators. That’s good news for the online scene and investors. The German Cybercrime Pioneer The German Uwe LENHOFF has allegedly ripped off millions of investors and clients through his network of offshore companies, his UK listed VELTYCO and illegal broker sites, online lottery sites, and other casino and gambling sites. The dark empire of Uwe LENHOFF included the illegal broker sites Option888, TradoVest, and XMarkets. Especially in Germany and Austria, many investors have lost millions with Option888. FinTelegram is aware of individual investors who have lost hundreds of thousands of Euros on Option888 with binary options. Many of these ripped-off investors have filed charges and thus triggered investigations and finally the police actions. In addition to the unregulated and illegal broker sites, the LENHOFF network also operates LOTTOPALACE, which offers bets on lottery tickets, bingo, and scratch cards. FinTelegram receives complaints from customers of LOTTOPLACE who do not get their money paid out.
bad speculator: Just to be clear - I have a lot of respect for Gilles Ohana who I saw speaking at an investor event and who I think is doing a solid job trying to run a professional ship.I am however not impressed with the Veltyco network of companies, shadowy ownership structure and cash collection problems.It may well turn out to be a great business and a bargain at this price, but it's way above my risk tolerance right now
bahs: Assuming ongoing 60% increase year on year of revenue, and static sales margin of 42% and static receivables of 8.4mil, does that mean they are finally cash flow positive, despite the £3mil yet to be retreived from Altair? That sounds like good news to me. I understand why people are selling, but the recovery is already underway. Even if the price takes longer to recover, this is still a growing business, with a decreasing receivables to income ratio and increasing cash position. Veltyco has been hit by facebook and poor receivables news, but neither are hitting profits, the business is still good. All the bad news is now out, and the only thing holding back the price is investor impatience. I say patience. Give it a year or two and this stock will be a winner with P/E over 10 (125p) and strongly cash positive.
dopey47: Looks like we have two experienced comedians on this board......but they are inexperienced investors. It was not a US bank who bought shares from the founder. How many red flags do you guys need?
bahiflyer: Maybe you would be of more use telling it to the poor institutional investor who bought them. He clearly hasn't a clue and pales into comparison to your two's superior investing expertise, LOL.
thechurch333: What's that? Not enough red flags for you? OK, here's another one... The Company's main shareholder, Lensing Management Services Ltd ("Lensing"), a company indirectly owned and controlled by Mr. Lenhoff, the Company's Head of Business Development, has informed the Company that it sold 1.4 million ordinary shares of no par value in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") for a total consideration of £975,000 on 18 July 2018 at a price of 69.6 pence per share. The sale was effected through an off-market transaction with the 1.4 million Ordinary Shares being purchased by a US based institutional investor. Following this sale, Lensing is interested in 22,852,265 Ordinary Shares, representing approximately 30.5% of the Company's issued share capital, and hereby reaffirms its commitment to support the further development of the Company in the future. Note there is NO commitment not to sell any more shares, which tells you he WILL continue to sell.
czar: The shares have come back on nervous investors dumping because of late results, this company should be trading well over £1, over £2 is realistic imho.
5chipper: Was the 318k sell just one investor off-loading or a roll up of a load of stops being hit?
aleman: tez123 - where does it say anything about Bitcoin? I doubt they will accept it. It is too slow and expensive for gambling - for most things, in fact, with a median transaction fee for quick conversions around $20. If BTC don't change quickly, they will likely be overtaken by cheaper and faster alternatives and it might even collapse. Bitcoin Cash already looks to be gaining on Etherium and Bitcoin and there are others that look quicker and cheaper. I'm not investing in the crypto space but Bitcoin would definitely not be on my list if I was. I don't think it is going to remain top dog much longer unless it changes. That is why some investors in Bitcoin pushed for the Bitcoin Cash fork, where the transaction fee is about 100 times cheaper. I think it is more likely a series of individual currencies will be set up for each VLTY client site - some might be ICOs and some might be by mining. Each site will have different tax requirements and tax authorities take a different view depending on the type of cryptocurrency. (Yes - tax authorities are already starting to get involved but people trying to get into the space don't tell you much about that risk when they are trying to get your money.) Some offerings will be taxed as income if it's a straight swap and some will be regulated as securities if benefits are conferred to investors. Mined coins tend to attract neither for now but might if they attract some kind of benefits, or might see exchanges regulated if they get viewed as widespread currencies rather than tokens to just operate on one or two sites. Different VLTY clients will have different views on which tax route they want to go down so will probably want different cryptocurrencies that VLTY can operate in one wallet. Each having its own crypto will make it harder for customers to take winnings onto a competitor's site, although in time competition will push weaker ones to the sidelines and they may well accept others in VLTY's wallet - that's if regulation doesn't overtake everything, which it probably will in a few months. Meanwhile it's rush, rush, rush! This is just my GUESS on what research I've done, although it is amazing how many crypto launches are just ignoring the nascent tax and regulatory issues in their mad scramble to get on the gravy train before it leaves the station.
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