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2JohnAdams
Posts: 92
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Opinion:Hold
Price:6.50
Re: Progress
25 May '16
Rocka999 & freddie01, I think it's holding up well because although it looks like there's a strong seller in the stock, there's also a very strong buyer in the stock too.

Someone's mopping up everything that's being offered.

Buys of around £130,000 from only six or seven trades in May alone!

This share would rise if only people would hold onto their stock.

That's because all these large single trade buys are probably from the same buyer!
 
webziggy
Posts: 1
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.50
Trigger's New Broom
25 May '16
So - under A Bonner, the plan appeared to be to acquire apparently poorly performing tech / comms businesses,
strip out the duplicated bits (HR, Finance etc) and integrate them into PINN, do some cross selling etc = make them profitable.

This seemed to work ok with some businesses, and they made some money for PINN.

For some businesses the "Bonner Plan" didn't actually make them profitable. (RMS would be an example I think).

With changes at the top, it wasn't surprising to see a change of strategy, and disposing of RMS and other services that were duplicated elsewhere in the business / were only in place for legacy reasons all seemed to make sense.

The recent, not yet integrated, acquisitions of AncarB and Westons could well follow the "Bonner Plan" - maybe successful, maybe not.

But with the disposal of everything else to Chess inc 27 staff means that with the exception of senior management, there's almost nothing left of what Bonner built.

PINN now appears to consist of 2 recently bought companies and senior management (directors excluded) who've been working in Telecoms / Connectivity sector - and not in the "IT as a Service" sector.

It's a bit like the "Triggers Broom" thing - it's the same broom - but it's had "17 new heads and 14 new handles".

What do I think this means? That the past performance of PINN will have no relation to future performance.

So the question we all have to ask is, do we think that merged AncarB & Westons are worth more or less than 6.5p?
Rocka999
Posts: 5,721
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.50
RE: Progress
24 May '16
Considering Brexit looms large over us all it's holding up very well




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