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Mysquar Share Chat (MYSQ)



Share Price: 1.95Bid: 1.80Ask: 2.10Change: -0.06 (-2.99%)Faller - Mysquar
Spread: 0.30Spread as %: 16.67%Open: 2.05High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 2.01


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Multibagger1
Posts: 5,924
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.90
The time to be fully loaded
Today 07:55
At this point with the SP on an awful low and the company making considerable progress this is not the time to trade out (IMO). Instead this is the time to be fully loaded.

Revenue figs will be released with the end of year repor, it’s bound to include user numbers, articulate the benefits of deals signed, new games added and highlight the significant amount of cash in the bank.

The broker analyst is very confident the 21p target will be hit and that MYSQ will be cash positive during the next financial year.

Frankly this is a screaming buy. IMO people buying now should multiply their purchase several times over this year. Remember the company are very confident that 5p warrants which expire in Feb will be exercised.

This is the time to be fully loaded!
 
MrMath
Posts: 313
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.01
Closed Period.
Sun 22:00
To try and clear up some misunderstandings about the closed period:

1) the 30 days applies to both interim and year end results (see my prior link - "the period of 30 calendar days before the announcement of an interim financial report or a year-end report")

2) at the 11th October meeting it was implied (I was not there) that Eric gave said he could not buy shares as they were in a closed period. However, the following 30 days showed that was not the case since nothing that could be considered to greatly affect the sp was released in the 30 days after 11th October. (Note that things are not entirely black and white here: at a stretch it could be argued that the 19th October railways RNS was very price sensitive.)

3) the closed period used to be 60 days, but that was prior to 3 July 2016.

Hope this helps.
JezTheFez
Posts: 845
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.01
RE: Bored watching crap tv
Sun 20:27
Ask Multibagger....I think he knows the answer.

Multibagger? Where art thou?
JezTheFez
Posts: 845
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.01
RE: Bored watching crap tv
Sun 20:26
Don't let me or my comedy fez get you down, FAHP.
You are free to filter me if you don't want to read my posts, but from time-to-time, I have been known to talk some sense! I agree with a lot of what you say too, but it's good to see a range of comments on here because it does spark healthy debate.
Taurus7
Posts: 203
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.01
RE: Bored watching crap tv
Sun 20:25
I could be wrong again but did the company not announce about end of year results in last trading statement 11th October so if going on a 60 day closed period still within??
findahappyplace
Posts: 2,596
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.01
RE: Bored watching crap tv
Sun 20:22
Bloody comedy on here haha

Of course people will guard their investment, if they didn't like the company why would they be invested? But that's the point, not invested why post as Ive said a number of times :)

I agree with some of what you're saying Jez I have never said I don't. But again I just don't appreciate those who have sold rubbishing a share they were so keen on not long ago. Normal fun and games of Aim
JezTheFez
Posts: 845
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.01
RE: Bored watching crap tv
Sun 20:21
Good to see the recent few posts, chaps.

Can you now appreciate why this was one of the 6 questions I raised? It seems there is not 100% clarity with regards to when Eric can and can not buy MYSQ shares. I don't know the answer and so hence why I asked the question in the first place.
Taurus7
Posts: 203
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.01
RE: Bored watching crap tv
Sun 20:03
I could be wrong but I was to believe the closed period is 30 days for interim results and 60 days for year end results??
MrMath
Posts: 313
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.01
RE: Bored watching crap tv
Sun 19:55
"there is an embargo on director transactions 60 days before annual results"

GG79, the closed period is now 30 days. This came into force on 3 July 2016.

https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/5-626-7359?transitionType=Default&contextData=(sc.Default)

So there is still time for Eric to buy shares in MYSQ and fulfill his statutory obligations (i.e. publish year-end results by 31st December 2017).
JezTheFez
Posts: 845
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.01
RE: Bored watching crap tv
Sun 19:48
X-Factor now on, so will stop posting now. Enjoy the rest of your evening.
Loving your posts, Aliaspc and Taurus. Although we agree to disagree on a number of points, I do admire your sense of humour and quick wit. Made me chuckle with your reference to the kitchen cleaning. I've spent all blinkin' weekend cleaning the kitchen whilst Zealot went to work. He's on cleaning duties tomorrow and Tuesday though! Result!




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