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Vision OP China LSE:VOC London Ordinary Share GG00B28DJ748 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +$0.00 +0.00% $0.115 0 06:30:28
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -99.4 -151.8 - 7.51

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andrbea: let's hope my maths is ok.......... Qkls Warrant A (strike price US$3.40, expiration 3/27/2013) 3,676,471 Warrant B (strike price US$4.25, expiration 3/27/2013) 3,676,471 Share price: 6.95 She Warrant A (strike price US$3.52, expiration 6/10/2013) 7,098,632 Share price: 8.93 So let's, just for fun, assume they exercise the warrants, buy the shares and then sell them immediately to realize the profit Qkls Striking the warrants costs: 3,676,471 x 3.4 = 12.500 million USD 3,676,471 x 4.25 = 15.63 million USD Cost = 28.13USD She 7,098,632 x 3.52 = 24.987 million USD Total Cost to exercise all warrants (she + qkls) = 53.10 million USD Payable from cash to some extent: remember: they just had a windfall last week of 32 million USD (from the LIWA encashment) Gross proceeds: From selling the shares at current prices: Qkls: 7352942 x 6.95 = 51.10 million she: 7098632 x 8.93 = 63.39 million Total proceeds = 114.49 million USD Nia dyor
andrbea: With the cash (32 mln USD) from the LIWA sale they could exercise the other warrants I suppose, and immediately sell the shares, so generating more cash. from above: VOC's warrants in SHE at strike price 3.52, expiry 2013) current share price under ticker (SHE) is $8.93 and for qkls: current share price : 6.95$/share they can exercise their warrants (up to 2013) at strike prices of between 3.4 and 4.25$ I think (so paper profit already): nia dyor
andrbea: so VOC's warrants in skii at strike price 3.52, expiry 2013) current share price under new ticker (SHE) is $8.93 quote: so another paper profit (8.93-3.52/share) for VOC: NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 12/28/09 -- New York-based securities law firm, Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference LLP ( congratulates its client, Shengkai Innovations, Inc. on its first day of trading on the NYSE Amex. China-based Shengkai Innovations, Inc. opened for trading on NYSE Amex under the ticker symbol (NYSE Amex: SHE) on December 23, 2009. "We are pleased and honored to represent Shengkai Innovations, Inc. in its listing on the NYSE Amex. With Shengkai Innovations, Inc., we now have successfully listed our fifth Chinese-based company, which had previously traded on the Bulletin Board to the NYSE Amex this year," said Benjamin Tan, partner and head of the firm's Asian Practice Group. "Our recent back-to-back success in transitioning our Bulletin Board China-based clients to the NYSE Amex, first with Orient Paper, Inc. and now with Shengkai Innovations, Inc., over the past two weeks, is a testament to our ability and commitment to our clients to help them realize their full potential. We are extremely proud of our achievements but more so for our clients, whose goal is to receive the respect and recognition of the investment community and to list on a senior stock exchange like the NYSE Amex," enthused Marc Ross, founding member of the firm. About Shengkai Innovations, Inc. Shengkai Innovations is engaged in the design, manufacture and sale of ceramic valves, high-tech ceramic materials and the provision of technical consultation and related services. The Company's industrial valve products are used by companies in the electric power, petrochemical, metallurgy, and environmental protection industries as high-performance, more durable alternatives to traditional metal valves. The Company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Tianjin, the PRC. The Company is one of the few ceramic valve manufacturers in the world with research and development, engineering, and production capacity for structural ceramics and is the only valve manufacturer that is able to produce large-sized ceramic valves with calibers of 6" or more. The Company's product portfolio includes a broad range of valves that are sold throughout the PRC, to North America, United Arab Emirates, and other countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The Company has over 300 customers, and is the only ceramic valve supplier qualified to supply Sinopec. The Company also became a member of the PetroChina supply network in 2006.
andrbea: I think they still hold their warrants in investee company qkls current share price : 6.95$/share they can exercise their warrants (up to 2013) at strike prices of between 3.4 and 4.25$ I think (so paper profit already): From Sept 2009 RNS: QKL Stores Inc. (OTCBB:QKLS) A fast growing regional supermarket chain that currently operates 31 supermarkets and two department stores in North-eastern China and Inner Mongolia. It is the largest non-state-owned supermarket chain in the region and operates primarily in second and third tier cities. For the 12 months ended June 30, 2009, QKLS achieved record revenue of US$220.7 million, up 107.5% from a year ago; net income was US$12.7 million, up 157.2%. In September 2009, QKLS appointed three independent directors, including the Chairman of Tsingtao Beer Group, one of the largest brewery groups in China. Common Stock 270,000 Series A Convertible Preferred Stock (Convertible 1 to 1 to Common Stock) 5,882,353 Warrant A (strike price US$3.40, expiration 3/27/2013) 3,676,471 Warrant B (strike price US$4.25, expiration 3/27/2013) 3,676,471 nia dyor
andrbea: voc is sitting pretty IMO loads of warrants exerciseable at a low price in 2 investee companies (whose share price is currently much higher, qkls and liwa)
andrbea: qkls is currently usd 7.09/share so they have a paper gain already on the warrants of (average 7.09-3.825) x 7.352m = usd 24m similar story over at liwa strikable warrants, bought at 3.5 usd, where share price is ca 8usd nia dyor and the increased nav on voc, see results: unaudited NAV per share at 30 September 2009 of US$2.0947 (August 31 2009 : $1.5135).
hsm123: Share price 78c, NAV of 130c. Exposure to small and medium size Chinese companies, mostly quoted in the US. With the big rally in China, the NAV must have gone up loads in the last month or so, so the discount has got even bigger. No debt. Any shareholders around?
andrewhbruce: ft on fri:- traders took the opportunity to snap up voc, the small software group, which jumped 100% to 2.25p. "its very good value and has been overlooked in the recent price rises" said one mm. "retail investors in particular have taken advantage of the minimal downside risk, there is cetainly no risk it will go bust" he said. with cash of £1.8m at 31st march and burn of £300k per month based on the "disappointing sales" for six months to that date, it is quite clear that the significant increase in forecast sales for the next 6 months will produce a profit and a positive cash flow. projected profits of £500k to £750k on a modest pe of 10 would give a price of between 4.5p and 7p. even then the mkt cap would less than £10m. last weeks rise resulted from the relief that voc will not go bust. any positive news will cause the share price to at least double again.
andrewhbruce: voc always had great potential. what master rsi said earlier today repeats my comments on share price equals cash back in assumes someone knows that contracts have been or are about to be signed which may well transform the prospects for voc. the cost base is now very modest and with blue chip customers from march 02 any significant increase in sales albeit from a low base will produce profits very quickly. the current cap even after todays rise is still derisory. the 5p rights price will be a consolidation period but a price in the 10p plus would only give the company a modest cap of some £12m to £15m
enormouswillie: Here's what Sharecast think,I think there is no reason at all for this company's share price to be trading above 1 p. Vocalis warns of slower sales in bigger pipeline By Damian May Fri 1 Nov 2002(3418) LONDON (ShareCast) - Investors in speech-recognition outfit Vocalis will probably be wondering why they bother this morning as the company managed to surprise to the downside yet again. The company warned that it was taking longer than anticipated to convert its pipeline into sales. Anyone who follows companyies with pipelines closely will be well aware that what goes into a pipeline doesn't strictly come out the other end as sales. Today, despite the disappointing first-half figures, the company continued to hold out a carrot to long-suffering shareholders: "The prospect and pipeline list is growing in quality and quantity. However, it is taking longer than originally anticipated to convert into firm orders." Perhaps the fact that as well as a pipeline list it now has a prospect list will help; after all, two is better than one. Vocalis warned this morning that its full-year results would be affected by a fall in orders in the six months to September. Encouragingly, potential customers are recognising the benefits of its solutions and Vocalis expects a significant increase in revenue during the second half of the year. In addition, after a poor second quarter, the third has seen a "strengthening of activity". Pre-tax losses for the six months to the end of September came in at £1.63m, versus £1.97m a year ago. Last November Vocalis raised £4.1m through a placing and open offer to avoid going into "immediate administration". Cash balances at the end of September were £2.7m versus £4m at the end of March. The company reckons its overheads are marching along at £400,000 a month, so it should not be too long before the company puts out the begging bowl again. Shares in Vocalis slipped half a penny this morning to 2.75p, valuing the company at a £3.8m.
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