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willec
Posts: 763
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
Oil
13 Mar '19
and we keep going up. $67.26 pb and rising

https://www.nasdaq.com/markets/crude-oil-brent.aspx

This is so so so undervalued.
 
SocialistB
Posts: 25
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
Hi phenomenonnick and Nextlink
1 Mar '19
personally I hope that the outstanding loan in Oyster has been sold to gunsynd on a favourable term that gives PLMO/DBOX a share in the future income this company was supposed to give us when we originally invested.

The last thing I want to see is it totally written of.
Somehow, at the very least we must be able to keep the loan papers on hold and not enforce anything until it is worth doing so.
Or sell it.
To Gunsynd, hopefully.
SocialistB
Posts: 25
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
Hi phenomenonnick and Nextlink
1 Mar '19
personally I hope that the outstanding loan in Oyster has been sold to gunsynd on a favourable term that gives PLMO/DBOX a share in the future income this company was supposed to give us when we originally invested.

The last thing I want to see is it totally written of.
Somehow, at the very least we must be able to keep the loan papers on hold and not enforce anything until it is worth doing so.
Or sell it.
To Gunsynd, hopefully.
Nextlink
Posts: 327
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: So
1 Mar '19
I expect that the Oyster loan has been written off
Oyster look to be defunct, albeit still listed in Toronto.
Expensive litigation to recover money from a Company which would
go into administration is pointless.
https://web.tmxmoney.com/quote.php?locale=en&qm_symbol=OY
phenomenonnick
Posts: 318
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: So
1 Mar '19
Don’t think it’s legislation is it, Socialist?

My account with AJ Bell still calling it PLMO and valuing my holding at zero. Quoting a price but can’t trade.

I agree it’s really poor but there are greater injustices in this world.

More interested in what happened to our £800k of loans to Oyster and Securlynx. Have we made any attempt to recover them? Reckless investments by the former BOD. Is this the sole reason that the deal was done at 0.7p instead of 1.1p as originally announced?
SocialistB
Posts: 25
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: So
1 Mar '19
So, What's are your thoughts lads after today?

My thought is utter disbelief in this so called financial capital of the world.

Not in DBOX so far, with my current knowledge.

But can anyone please explain to me, how in 2019, a mighty nation like the UK, with a financial hotspot like London, can allow legislation to be in place, that causes such an abysmal scenario as we witnessed Thursday the 28-2-2019.

I have 2 different brokers. Neither had changed the it from PLMO to DBOX this morning. Nor was the correct allocated amount of shares in my account.
In other words I could not start trading at 0800, when the floor opened.
With what I went through, talking to my broking companies, I am amazed that more then 900000 shares managed to be traded today.
A system where each broker is supposed to make the calculations of share allocations themselves, but are under no obligations to do so and have it ready for trading on the first day, when the bell sounds, is a shamble and utter joke.
When I called Hargreaves Lansdown, I was told they hoped to have it ready sometime Friday the 1-3-2019 and no later then Monday the 4-3-2019.
Seriously?
Potentially up to 5 days after admission, before I can sell out of some of my shares, or all of them if I should so desire.
I could have lost a fortune by then if the share price starts a downward trend.

Thursday there was a price difference of 2 pence between high and low.
This is a spread I would have loved to be in on.
ANSELMO
Posts: 1,521
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
So
28 Feb '19
What's are your thoughts lads after today?
goodshare
Posts: 4,842
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
Barclays
28 Feb '19
You can buy under Dbox but not sell.
knicol46
Posts: 19,457
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
if unable to trade
28 Feb '19
log out of account and back in sometimes it will burst in to life

if not contact your broker and tell them to get their finger oot
ANSELMO
Posts: 1,521
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: IG
28 Feb '19
same - I am I Barclays and I can see only existing stock as a Polemos not dbox
TopTraderTR
Posts: 88
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
IG
28 Feb '19
IG has updated but I still cannot trade? How about anyone else?
goodshare
Posts: 4,842
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.70
Trading
28 Feb '19
You can now buy with Barclays @14.7
Latino
Posts: 8,396
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: Dbox Board
28 Feb '19
Nope broker website states could not create order..
knicol46
Posts: 19,457
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: Opening
28 Feb '19
check your portfolio for additional PLMO line - they currently updating
Nextlink
Posts: 327
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
Dbox Board
28 Feb '19
There is a Dbox Board up and running.
Anyone looking to Buy or Sell have been able to do so with
Jarvis from the open.
TopTraderTR
Posts: 88
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.70
Opening
28 Feb '19
Iv got nothing happening on IG yet?
petham
Posts: 373
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: DBOX interview
28 Feb '19
charles52.... I'm in the same boat at 43p and that's after averaging down 3 times!

Also is'nt there about a third more dilution to come?
COCKNEYRED83
Posts: 407
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.70
It’s time
27 Feb '19
GLA tomorrow. Been a long wait but has also gone pretty quick. Think this will do fantastic!! Shame hamish left this in such a state as tomorrow could have been a lot better!! Anyway new chapter with the Dr now and he’ll make this a success
knicol46
Posts: 19,457
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: DBOX interview..
27 Feb '19
The closing price of PLMO was 0.7p. The consolidation opens us at 14p. The value of DBOX added on should be materially higher - but the market will decide. Good luck all.
charles52
Posts: 12
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
DBOX interview
27 Feb '19
Thank you knicol46
Just watched in full
Been with Polemos since at least 2012
Here's hoping!
I need 40p to break even
At this rate it would make a sensible "average down"
Wonder if DBOX could be a "take out" 3 to 5 years?
knicol46
Posts: 19,457
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
DBOX interview..
27 Feb '19
Latino
Posts: 8,396
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: Ability to trade
27 Feb '19
Just going off the past...it’s not all, but you generally find that smallish brokers are a bit slow and only react when people start phoning in...
charles52
Posts: 12
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
Ability to trade
27 Feb '19
I am with HL
My Polemos holding is allready showing in
"Other" holdings so guess brokers are getting ready for tomorrow
draft
Posts: 15,853
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: RE: PLMO/ DBOX
27 Feb '19
yes should be pretty good
Nextlink
Posts: 327
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
RE: Share Availability
27 Feb '19
I better phone my Broker first thing. I may add to my holding
depending on sp.




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