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AIM-Analyst
Posts: 209
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:15.38
PINN
16 Dec '15
Bazrington

I also like the company and sold my CTP this morning to buy even more PINN.

I now have a very good holding and had no issue paying 13.3p because when it does hit 50p it will be a very good profit and one that may even change my living standards.

Stroker,

Thanks for your reply this morning, I had already left for work but one of the other posters pasted your previous remarks.
 
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:15.38
PINN
16 Dec '15
Was trading at 30p per share not that long ago. It's in better shape now than it was then. To see people come on here and have a hissy fit because they missed the start of a re-rate make me laugh.

If this was deemed to be worth 30p when in worse condition than we are now then we should be doing another 100% each and every day for the rest of this week.

it doesn't work like that, it will take a bit of time but it's very clear to me that we will do multiples of todays share price as it's a company on the up with huge supports from top notch directors.
Bazrington
Posts: 1,562
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:15.38
At last
16 Dec '15
At last, someone is recognising the value here!! At this rate we'll be back over 50p by Christmas!!
Bazrington
Posts: 1,562
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:15.38
At last
16 Dec '15
At last, someone is recognising the value here!! At this rate we'll be back over 50p by Christmas!!
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:15.38
Not very
16 Dec '15
Often I see a under the radar company generating revenue's of over £8 million, winning contracts, restructuring and appointing top Directors with proven track records in BUY and BUILD! Not very often I see companies able to pool such resources of a stable of the best minds in the tech sector and have the backing of a merchant bank but hey. I do OK

But when I do I buy them. I make money, I make the right decisions and I never blame anyone else and nor do I poke my nose in on threads of no interest to me. I'm a straight shooter and I call like I see it!

There guys out there who can't stand that, they suffer because I make money and call it right time after time.

Me, I pity them.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:15.38
Sour grapes
16 Dec '15
No such thing as more answers needed. Maybe for you as that's twice you have come over to poke your out of joint nose in. Shame you didn't buy when you were advised to buy months ago and shame you can't see the value of what people are buying in to. I've been here for months because I knew it was coming, the sour grapes are amusing.

You do realise that what people are buying is a company that has been under reconstruction since march last year?
yes?

You do realise MXCP came in behind that restructure and have assisted financially and in an advisory capacity yes?

You do realise that was a year after the restructuring here began? yes?

You do realise that the two men appointed to run PINN are the same two men who turned a £10 Mill Market capped co and sold it for £55 million pounds some time later? yes

You do realise that MXC took CTP from a £4 or 5 mill Mcap to a £60 mill Market capped company yes?

You do realise that many others have seen the value here and as such there was a broker note out 5 months ago that stated this would and was going to happen? do you or anyone else that's miffed refer to any of the above? No!

The simple fact is there has been news and nothing had happened.

There was the 02 contract that was deemed significant enough to be rns'd

There was the baxters contract that was deemed significant enough to be rns'd

Then there was the appoint of the number one man in the UK Security Simon Duckworth

Then there was the appointment of his partner Gavin Lyons from Accumuli buy and build and you know what that told the market?

It told them this!

Tom Black, non-executive director of Pinnacle, said:

"We are delighted to welcome Gavin to the Board - his experience of buy and builds and track record of achieving transformational growth will be a powerful asset to the Company. I look forward to working with Gavin to achieve the Company's strategic and business objectives."

and you know what that tells me?

That's what the market is buying they are buying a proven track record on top of an already established business that's been restructured and ready for transformational growth!!!

As for nobody else posting, check other forums, as for here I done the same many a time and people soon come along and join in once they have a holding but I will tell you something that you will already know. A lot of the people that are in here are in from CTP and out of stubbornness they won't admit to have been buying as they would feel dirty due to the cleek mentality from they threads.

This is a multibagger and people are buying in now to secure the best price they can and leave it to run for 12 months and come back and collect a possible 10 bagger, they all did with CTP RCN ACM and they will do it here.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:15.38
Another great day
16 Dec '15
and another step in the re-rate. Onwards and upwards from here and a chance of news in the morning.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.75
Very strong
16 Dec '15
Looks like we have a buyer, scooping all the sells as they come in. Very encouraging but no surprising given the track record of those involved now.

Lets look at it for what it is. PINN just told the world that they intend to grow at a transformational rate. They are seeking transformational growth.

If CTP can got from a £4 mill Mcap to a £60 mill Mcap then what can PINN do?

Just answer the question? what can pinn do form a £7 mill Market Cap? With the same team plus the accumuli team? I think even better than CTP but that's my thoughts and I'd like to hear yours.

I said this one could be a ten bagger, and I also said even a 5 bagger would be acceptable even a 3 bagger but which ever one it is, it's still miles above today's prices and there is good money to be made for all.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.50
3 buy orders @14p
16 Dec '15
Won't be surprised to to see the MM go fishing for them.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.38
Moving up again!!
16 Dec '15
Looks like some stock freed up the bottle neck and allowing others to get some.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.38
PINN
16 Dec '15
Consolidating nicely here for the next leg up.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.38
heads of agreement
16 Dec '15
There could well be one or two of the earmarked for PINN so I would not rule out news this week.

They said they are signed and sealed.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.50
News soon imo
16 Dec '15
Quite possible with the action today that we see acquisition news tomorrow possibly.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.75
PINN
16 Dec '15
A couple Sells getting eaten up rather quickly there. Always a good sign.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.88
PINN
16 Dec '15
I would expect a bit of profit taking before the next leg up this afternoon. Maybe not though as people now know where this is going so, those in for the ride will not want to hand any back before the 1st acquisition is announced.

That could easily add a 100% to the price alone and I expect that to come any day now.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.88
broker note
16 Dec '15
This was 5 months ago and since then restructuring has gathered pace. We have appointed Simon Duckworth and Gavin Lyons the Accumuli team. Add that and the transformational growth strategy to this broker note and we still have miles to go.

The MM will have to re-rate us properly here and I think 25p is fair for where we are as a company right now.

If the proof of the pudding is in the eating, then it is fair to say
that Pinnacle’s pudding is not quite out of the oven; but by the
time this pudding has been served up and eaten, the share price
may well be a multiple of where it is now. So rather than sit at
the table, spoon in hand, it might be helpful to have a look around
the kitchen and meet the new chef.
Pinnacle’s new chef, or rather CEO, Nicholas Scallan, picked up
the reins in March 2014. Having initiated and completed a
wholesale operational review, he has since been working hard to
implement the resultant strategy to turn around Pinnacle’s
businesses. As with all turnaround situations, the anecdotal
evidence of progress comes several quarters before the financial
evidence. However the interims to March 2015 – which were
published a few weeks ago- are already showing some very
promising green shoots.

Revenues for the half came in at £3.99m, down 6% on H1 2014,
but the loss for the period was reduced by 52% to £520k; and
this included £300k of exceptional costs. Gross margin remained
around the same but operating expenses reduced by around 27%
(vs H1 2014) to £1.79m.
However there has not been a slash and burn cost cutting
exercise. The closure of the Pinnacle Data Centre is nearly
completed. This will be a sensible saving, allowing data to be
moved to larger and more secure third part centres at the same
time as saving costs; which growing benefit is only partially
realised in these numbers. Similarly the ‘Easynet’ agreement has
provided a highly secure, scalable and value-added connectivity
service whilst also giving cost savings and improved customer
services.

Rather than cost cutting there has even been increased
investment in sales and marketing to support new client
acquisition. This combined with a re-balanced sales model, to
encourage cross-selling and up-selling into existing clients, is
just beginning to yield fruit.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:13.63
10 months
16 Dec '15
of restructuring behind the scene with MXC will be making great progress and setting us up nicely for adding to the existing business.

Gavin Lyons and simon duckworth both on the inside will ensure we all get a handsome return from this one.

Acquisition news will be with us shortly imo.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.63
PINN
16 Dec '15
Nobody is twitchy here son, the game has not even started. I just don't like trolls with beef from other threads.

Your history is littered with attcks on this this thread and you've lied through your teeth about holding here and then selling here.

You got found out pal and I will report every time you post!
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:13.63
broker note
16 Dec '15
Found it myself

http://www.hybridan.com/HybridanSCW/public/spotlight/PINNSalesNote_27072015.pdf

As you can see this was over 5 months ago and does not factor anything of late.

The predicted multiples of the share prices based on the restructuring alone.

The have not factored in Simon duckworth or the appointment of Gaving Lyons and nor do they factor in the buy and build strategy that has been put in place to create transformational growth.

All their in black and white, so now add in what we know having the hindsight of 5 months since that was written and if they seen multiples then, I would like to see an updated one to reflect what's going on now.
Korg
Posts: 4,020
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.63
free speech
16 Dec '15
ok, who reported/banned my post? Getting twitchy are we?
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:13.75
broker note
16 Dec '15
Anyone remember the one Hybridian done about 6 months ago? anyone got it?
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:13.88
PINN
16 Dec '15
CTP broker target claims CTP is worth a £68 mill Mcap

Pinn generate 45% less revenues but are growing and only have a Market cap of £7 mill

So is CTP worth ten times PINN? No, not in a million years. I would like to see some broker coverage here which would make a few people stand up and take note!!
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:13.88
PINN
16 Dec '15
This company sells services, it's assets are is services and it's people.

Go and put a value on Duckworth, Lyons and smith and wevaer?

Tell me what that bunch of guys are worth to a minnow business like PINN?

They are worth multiples of today shre price, that's what!!!
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.00
PINN
16 Dec '15
People said the same about ctp at 1p 2 p 3 p and they don't realise what going on.

This company is in growth mode, it's in acquisition mode and currently restructuring.

The acquisition phase always bring explosive growth so what I will do is...I will say this does 300 to 400% over the next 12 months It's simple, like it or lump I know what I'm talking about, I've done it all before and I call it right every time.
Stroker
Posts: 1,118
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:14.00
Korg
16 Dec '15
your a liar, you said you were selling at 12p suprise suprise it's 14p and you want it lower.

do one.

Nobody is buying this for what it is today, get that in to your head. changes have been going on for 10 months, we've appointed two senior and experienced buy and build specialist and we have the backing of mxc.




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