is the only one on hear that is telling the real truth you lot just don't wont to hear it as your all obsessed with this share as you are in to deep.
RE: so far...
aggieuk - "Max even if MTV got a contract tomorrow with £2bn a minute revenues he'd still deramp on this BB" If you look at the share register you will see there are no institutional holders. All holders are in nominee accounts basically retail investors. No company that was about to sign a contract for £2 billion would leave itself exposed to a boardroom coup via an EGM. All it takes is 10% of the company's shares to call an EGM and propose resolutions to remove the board. Even if the big contract was for £200 million. With a market cap of only £1.9m hedge funds, wealthy private individuals, investment funds would move quickly to takeover the company remove the board and basically take the money for themselves. That directors have not made any provision to prevent anybody from taking over the company for such a little outlay does suggest that they do not anticipate either now or in the foreseeable future any company changing contracts. PIs can hold the shares to kingdom come. If they want to takeover the company good luck to them.
RE: so far...
Max even if MTV got a contract tomorrow with £2bn a minute revenues he'd still deramp on this BB. Probably even more so since we will be quids in and he would still be broke after losing his shirt here. He's negative now, he'll be negative when we go into profit and he'll be negative when we get a large contract. The tool is so bitter about MTV that anything he can he will turn it round to be a bad thing. There's no doubt at all that the BOD have fed JLF & co with their extremely poor management of the situation, but it can all change in a heartbeat when Len signs up the biggie! Will he do it or will he never do it? We don't know, but us 'Rampers' live in hope that he and his well paid team do what they are supposed to do and start giving us shareholders value for our hard earned money and the high risk we've taken with them. The BOD have not shouldered ANY risk so far so they should be going at breakneck speed to start to turn this around. The R&D is done, now it's time for the big sell!
RE: mtv risk of liquidation?
I Must say isn't JLF a popular fellow. JLF Never fails to get a response from his statements on this board. BOL.
Jlf has been right, but i didn't respect or believe him because he did say a few lies e.g. ttv doesn't exist....everyone laughed at him and so did i. But hold on a minute.....he may be right, because without freeview approval, android release, and no more broadcasters uptake, no full ios certification , then really there might as well be no tablet tv. Also he has pointed out alot of negative facts which the rampers hate because they cannot argue back as len hasn't given any ammunition to fight back with. Also the rampers are always positive, 2 yrs ago they were saying don't worry, nln, and still saying it? Do you not find that strange? Are these rampers friends or foe? Ultimately it doesn't matter if the share price drops and drops because a big RNS can shift this past 0.3-1p easily. But without any big contract further share issues are needed and those who buy now could see their shares drop to 10% of their current value. Lets see if the big meeting they had was just a pr stunt or actual preparations for the build up to the big RNS. Only time will tell. Question to the rampers.....what if the meeting was all about pr stunt with no new contract(s). What will you still be saying?
JLF is an absolute marvel, have been following him for a very long time, he has saved me a fortune on this share. And the share price is, wait for it 0.012, a fraction of what it was this time last year. 3 Cheers for JLF, if you read his posts over many months/years, he has been spot on with what has happened to MTV. Please don't believe the rampers hype, they have been getting it wrong for months/years. What did happen to Tablet TV?
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