Just about the first thing you've said that actually makes a little sense, and without the rampant negativity. I certainly don't trust the agenda that you seem to have and I certainly think the overall picture that you paint is wrong, however my post of last night was out of order and for that I apologise (blame a Scottish Distillery).
Now lets look at this realistically using the minimum figures the regulation allows.
The new AIM rules state that a new company coming to the market must have a minimum value of £6 million. To maximise your investment lets assume BGL has a value of £6 million and the company lists its entire share capital.
The value of your holding will be £900k (are you surprised at this figure). The post-suspension conversion notes have a total value of again surprise surprise £900k.
Nobody can tell how the market is going to react on any relisting but the people behind FTE/ BGL have well positioned themselves to take advantage of any demand for the stock.
If the relisting under BGL ever occurs the shares will certainly multi-bag but through consolidation. Lets look at what would need to happen for your 15% stake of the new company to 10 bag and for good measure let's also assume there is no dilution. All the post suspension conversion notes have been scrapped.
On suspension the market cap was £900k with a share price of 0.00625p. If FTE shares were to 10 bag the market cap would be £9 million and the share price would be 0.0625p.
If FTE shareholders are holding £9 million worth of stock that represented 15% of the listed new entitly then BGL would need to come to the market with a market cap of £60 million.
If FTE stock were to 50 bag without consolidation or dilution ....well let's not even go there.
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