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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Watchstone Group Plc LSE:WTG London Ordinary Share GB00BYNBFN51 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 52.10 50.00 54.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.0 -1.2 16.7 3.1 24

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/5/2017
07:41
Its not just me numb nuts. We all know
lydnem
17/5/2017
17:23
believe that if you wish, Lydnem I really don't give a monkey's, what you believe about anything
rogthepodge
17/5/2017
14:25
Come on numb nuts, we all know you bought at $8, I even remember the stupid comment you made at the time saying if TW was recommending people to go short, you were buying. Then you bought more, and more and more. They say dont catch a falling knife, but you just dont listen!
lydnem
17/5/2017
13:34
ouch! you were a fool to buy at A$8
rogthepodge
15/5/2017
14:29
Dear? I should say so! In fact bloody expensive. 'rog'
kemche
15/5/2017
13:47
oh dear! 'Kemche'
rogthepodge
15/5/2017
13:33
'rog', so am I. From AUS$8.
kemche
15/5/2017
13:25
SK - that's very interesting and surely RNS worthy for Watchstone? I know they've stated several times they are going along with SFO requests etc but that feels like a new development.
funkmasterp12
15/5/2017
13:23
pleased to hear it 'kemche' that is why I am long SGH
rogthepodge
15/5/2017
10:52
I remember Redde - if that helps at all.
kemche
15/5/2017
10:49
HTTP://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20170515/pdf/43j86l0hfs24dv.pdf
sweet karolina
15/5/2017
09:27
No argument required numb nuts
lydnem
14/5/2017
17:09
well argued, Lydnem
rogthepodge
14/5/2017
13:34
numb nuts, youre an idiot
lydnem
13/5/2017
16:31
Aviva Canada? wtf?
rogthepodge
13/5/2017
12:40
Whatever happens, WTG will be spending more time and cash defending several legal claims against them. Aviva Canada won't be a pushover and S&G is going to court whatever the WTG Board think of the potential strength of their misrepresentation case. Matters are slowly coming to a head.
ettienne1951
12/5/2017
17:14
Numb nuts I forgive you, for you know not what you do
lydnem
12/5/2017
09:05
numb nuts....just look at interest rates old son!
lydnem
12/5/2017
07:24
Grant 62 - Hot Copper"Grant624,570 posts.Date: 12/05/17Time: 10:39:49Post # 24647133?The question is why SGH didn't act on this alleged fraud, misrepresentation etc in a timely manner and obtain an injuction against Watchstone distributing 415m GBP to their shareholders in December 2015.They were still crowing about it, all the way into the 2015 AGM and beyond. Even the re-confirmation of forecasts going into December 2015 reflected this. It was only later on, in mid December 2015 that things started to change a bit and the F16 forecasts were abandoned, but still the rosy ventures talk continued NWS the write downs that had also occurred (as reflected in various announcements etc along the way - H16, F16, etc).Note for example this from 17/12/15:----"Slater and Gordon Limited ("the Company") confirms that Slater and Gordon Lawyers (Australia) and Slater Gordon Solutions (SGS), excluding noise induced hearing loss (NIHL), are continuing to trade in line with expectations. However, lower than expected trading results in segments of the business in the UK in November, coupled with the commencement of a review of the Company's approach to financial forecasting by new Group Chief Financial Officer Bryce Houghton and independent advisors appointed by the Board, has resulted in 2016 financial year guidance being reconsidered."So, it was the UK legal business that was giving grief at the time, not SGS, something which was most recently echoed yet again as part of the H17 results.That's the problem - they were either blinded by their belief, blinded by their sight, or blinded beyond belief as they were taking their primary guidance from themselves.No doubt, SGS was an overpaid for acquisition (variously recognised at the time in terms of the hefty multiples paid, the subsequent admissions of "price for bulk" by Skippen in The Director, and also with the benefit of hindsight by all concerned). But whether this was due to WTG or to SGH and /or its advisers - well, then, that's a tale for someone to tell."?
grahamhacker
12/5/2017
01:59
Kendo, in this country, it is maths
rogthepodge
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