Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Watchstone Grp 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 95.70p 96.20p 100.50p - - - 1,637 08:02:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 44.9 -5.0 -5.7 - 43.85

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/4/2018
23:12
troll alert!
rogthepodge
30/4/2018
22:19
FYI - I am averaging down at SGH and buying more here. You as well Nick? How is Steamy these days?
kemche
30/4/2018
22:02
I have made clear that I don't think SGH will get much of the escrow funds. What don't you understand, you foul-mouthed vulgarian?
rogthepodge
29/4/2018
16:21
why? if I don't think SGH will get the escrow funds. Are you sure you are cut out to be an analyst 'Sweet Karolina'? you don't seem very rational or logical just rather unpleasant
rogthepodge
29/4/2018
14:52
Don't forget to buy some more SGH too rog / nicky
sweet karolina
29/4/2018
14:01
Wow, what a cretin
owenski
29/4/2018
07:16
@Sweet - from WTG's defence to the claim, they (and I accept they would say this) seem convinced it's totally without merit - so what about the option of the claim being completely dismissed? I just can't see the directors rowing back from what they're currently saying, to say instead "Yeah, well, we've paid shareholder money to SGH to settle".
spectoacc
27/4/2018
08:47
Ah but they're reducing losses :) Still all about the Slater claim - happy to hold them here.
spectoacc
27/4/2018
08:22
Pretty much a failing business propped up by a diminishing cash pile from a fraudulent sale of QPP assets. What does Lord Howard actually do for his slice of the pie here?
owenski
28/2/2018
18:11
Don't underestimate how much can disappear in fees in a solvent liquidation. However I agree, unless there are some nasty unforeseen surprises, breakeven is a worst case scenario.
sweet karolina
27/2/2018
10:24
Picked up a few having watched ages without buying, having also missed much lower, but figure every day is a day closer to resolution, be it good or bad! Thanks for posts above.
spectoacc
27/2/2018
07:45
Interesting SK and thanks for your thoughts. I agree that SGH were stupid but they did it with their eyes open and based on their own due diligence. They wanted a slug of UK market and their chairman/ceo's ego got the better of them but I don't believe Q were fraudulent in the sale, in many other things maybe but not the sale as SGH had their own E&Y due diligence report based on open access to Q's information and cases. IF WTG sell the remaining businesses and keep just half of the £50m escrow they they should still end up with 4x current market cap in cash and if they loses all the escrow and give away the businesses then they should still have £1 a share of cash. So limited downside and plenty to play for is all I am saying caveat emptor - just like SGH ;-)
the dark horse
26/2/2018
15:54
IMHO, anytime these get offered below £1 then the risk/reward tilts in favour of buying. I don't see merit in S&G's claims (they are lawyers for goodness sake and openly stated that they did NOT rely on Quindell information but did their own due diligence!) Anyone know if the new owners even feel the claims are worth pursuing? I not only feel their claim against WTG will be dismissed but we will get the majority of the escrow that pertains to the warranties on the sale, few if any meet the stipulated terms to pay out on - remember this is part of the agreed price and therefore belongs first to WTG and S&G have to prove a breach of a defined warranty. My instinct is the whole thing was an attempt at face saving action by previous management and will be resolved sooner than you may think and yes we might let them have a few million of the fifty. That would leave only the SFO investigation which must be nearing the end and the company will undoubtedly be fined at least the cost of the investigation ;-) My understanding is that the likely max under the sections they are accused of breaching is less than £1m. So in financial terms it is not really material. No hurry but I started by having a few this morning as when it gets announced it'll be too late :) caveat emptor tdh
the dark horse
14/2/2018
12:54
I see that Slater and Gordon shares closed at Au$ 3.65 today. If that seems not so bad, it is after a 1:100 consolidation, so in old money it's 3.65 cents. How close to 0 does it have to go before Numbnuts admits he's thrown his money down the drain again? D
dalesiders
25/1/2018
22:56
I'm sure Nicky will be sending round a cake to Tom as thanks.
dalesiders
04/1/2018
14:06
Yes, indeed. Some days as many as 15 posts of which no more than 4 or 5 are re-tweeted twitter posts.
bbmsionlypostafter
04/1/2018
12:59
I don't believe he is......Blueshare is ticking along nicely :-)
squire007
04/1/2018
11:39
Anyone know if Steamy001, once Ramper in Chief of QPP, now owner of the highly successful & busy Blueshare financial forum is still a holder & cheerleader for all things QPP / WTG & Rob Terry?
bbmsionlypostafter
02/1/2018
07:05
Good to see Lord Howard still lending his 'weight and dignity' to the company, in return for a commensurate fee no doubt.
owenski
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