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Member Since: Tue, 6th Oct 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 1,654
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 80

Last Posted: Fri 11:49


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Fri 11:49

I was thinking that looks a bit low for tech/social media especially for London and also compared to the territory managers.

Where is the London office anyone?
Fri 11:29

Looking into today's RNS further I am thinking that the social media plans referred to by Sanj: "We are also planning an extremely exciting media initiative which we look forward to sharing more on in due course." are going to be the project that is advertised on the link below. The job advert gives a pretty good indication of what this initiative will involve.

https://www.totaljobs.com/job/social-media-manager/bigdish-plc-job86796712
Fri 10:42

Is it absolutely definite that we are getting the rig from West Newton soon to drill the Horse Hill wells. I have not seen this mentioned in any RNS so is it a fact or is it speculation.

Cheers in advance.
Fri 09:50

Thank god it's the weekend tomorrow and I won't have to sit around watching this all day.

I'm not even buying or selling but I'm just sat here transfixed staring at my screen. I was expecting a pullback but not as severe or as fast as this. Crazy.
Fri 09:18

into the 3's....................
Fri 08:45

It's all a game. There's no right or wrong. Buy, hold, trade whatever you are comfortable with and remember the aim of the game is to make some money.

My advice for what it's worth - try and sell at the top and buy at the bottom. Charts are very useful for this and to be honest I never pay much attention to the chatter on these boards as I usually based all of my decisions on company news and charts.

There is a long way to go with this share and there will be lots of ups and downs along the way. A Tastecard type valuation will give 30p a share and I would stick my neck out and say a listed company could be worth twice that with 5000/6000 restaurants on the platform - 60p - but first Big Dish has to get on with the spadework and get these restaurants signed up.

And people here please go easy on Sanj. Delays are not his fault.
Fri 07:42

As far as I am concerned a lot of very shallow investors may have sold on the back of Justin Waite selling his holding - and equally a lot of very shallow investors will buy on the strength of more promises and delays. Exactly where the SP ends up - who cares.

I do feel though that if the SP and m/cap is totally based on future speculation rather than actual results then there will be more crashes and pullbacks to the SP. While this is a "tech" company it still very much depends on bums on seats for it revenue and existence. Without diners there is not a lot else going on here. Diners need restaurants.
Fri 07:29

More of the same. Forgot to issue the shares - great. It's just good that they have the 2.1M cash as otherwise the II may have pulled out of the placing altogether.

Reading and Brighton still due soon - we've heard that before. The tech partnership still on but delayed. And now another carrot held before the shareholders - an exciting media initiative - due "in due course". They must think shareholders are stupid and just buy on wild speculation.

Only good news is the T3 manager starting soon - but exactly where is T3 and when is soon?

No mention though of why there are only 3 restaurants in Swindon and why no new restaurants have been added for several weeks now.

Just more of the same - and no doubt a lot of posts from people who seemed to be more worried about what the SP does on a daily basis than the long term picture.
Fri 07:18

More of the same Forgot to issue the shares - great. It's just good that they have the 2.1M cash as otherwise the
Thu 22:46

And personally I don't give a damn how many shares others here may hold anyway.

But I would ask the people concerned - beeb, monty and angelaj in particular - to have concern for others and not to be downright rude anytime someone posts any concern about the rate of progress, sign-ups, late RNS's, etc, etc.
Thu 22:38

Greedy is beeb with his 4 million shares.

Greedy is monty who claimed in a post to hold 4,000,000 shares at an average of 2.5p. If that was his holding then when the share price was 9p he would of been sitting on a profit of 260,000.
Thu 22:32

No, some people still trade with trading accounts in which all profits are taxable. This is the point I was making.
Thu 22:30

Of course I know nothing about your overall finances.

I do know though that you seem to love posting as you are the most prolific poster on this board and also that you do not appear to hold any other shares or at least you do not appear to be posting on any other boards apart from Big Dish. That seems to infer that you have this as your one and only holding.

Anyone who builds up a very large holding and then adopts a rude attitude towards anyone who may point out risk or worrying situations is being very rude with greed as the sole reason behind this rude behaviour.

Beeb spent a lot of posts threatening to report me and anyone else who didn't agree with his super rampant posts to the FCA .
Angelaj has made numerous attempts to have me and anyone else who also posted anything that didn't fit in with her/his agenda banned from posting, as well as posting a lot of rude personal posts at me and others which were quite unnecessary.
monty meanwhile ran off to Aidan to report me once when I said I was primarily a trader and not a LTH and yet he was one of the first posters here to admit to profit taking/top slicing when the share price was in the 6p's and 8p's. He also had very little time for anyone who expressed any concern about the speed of progress here.

My advice for what it's worth is that if you are going to be greedy don't be rude. Just put up with other posters worries and opinions please.
Thu 22:05

To be honest with 4 million shares you are just plain greedy. There were a few posters here a few months ago - yourself, monty and angelaj in particular - who had obviously built up very large holdings and then were being very rude to any posters who didn't blindly ramp the f*ck out of this share. Rude post after rude post were being aimed at anyone who said anything about the low number of restaurants or the slow speed of progress. If the three of you hadn't been so vastly overstretched at the time you may well have had some manners and consideration for others.

Personally I have tried to avoid being too greedy here despite the excellent opportunity. Firstly to get overstretched is a bad thing and can lead to stress and even health issues. Secondly I have deliberately kept within the limits of my ISA's. Thirdly good advice is always not to have more than a certain percentage of your portfolio exposed on any one share.

Finally there is always risk here. One poster tonight has already mentioned that god forbid Sanj could quit. He is very much carrying the can here as the only management actually in the UK as all the rest are in the Philippines. There is also the risk of other companies competing in this virgin yield management UK restaurant market. Eatigo could decide to start up here any day and other companies could just decide to change their whole model to yield management which would not be good for Big Dish.

I have already made several tens of thousands of profit here and expect to make considerably more over the next year or two but I hope I can do it without being greedy, selfish or just downright plain rude. Oh, and without stressing myself out as well. The stock market can be a dog of a place as we all know and it is generally easier to lose money than it is to make any. This is potentially a great opportunity but as ever caution is required.
Thu 21:34

Ignore me. False alarm. Must be a problem with my PC as it's working fine on my laptop. Had one of those silly updates on the PC today which must have disturbed something .

Considering beeb, monty and others were more than happy when the share price was around 2p to see that as an endless opportunity to top up, load up and buy more and more shares (as they posted at the time) then I cannot see what is p*ssing them off about the latest pullback.

I'm expecting a dead cat bounce soon which will then be followed by a continuation of the pullback and to be honest from my perspective the lower the share price goes the better. This will then be an excellent opportunity to load up for the next leg up.
Thu 21:10

The frontpage is fine but then when I go to one of the towns or cities it won't load the restaurants.
Thu 21:02

I can't seem to get the Big Dish website to load. It has the red bread, pizza, baguette logo alternating endlessly. The App is fine and the old Table Pouncer website which now is Big Dish is fine. Anyone else getting this? - or rather not getting this?
Thu 13:27

I apologize - I only posted this once.
Thu 13:26

Reading angelaj6611 posts on other boards - AAOG, STAF, 7DIG, TST and others it is obvious that you are a very aggressive deramper and that you like to post adverse comments on shares that you clearly state that "you would not hold with a bargepole"

For you information I have used the same username on LSE since 6th October 2009 and have never been banned or even warned. You though turned up on 28th July 2018 posting away as if you were well versed with posting and shares but had just decided for some reason to create a new username.

Also please bear in mind that your first post on this Dish board was on 18th January 2019 - copied below - while I have been here and posting since the IPO on 2cnd August 2018. Also I was aware of Big Dish and their business concept from a lot earlier than that as they previously were due to complete a RTO with Nyota Minerals and this was first announced on 15th November 2016.
Thu 13:26

Reading angelaj6611 posts on other boards - AAOG, STAF, 7DIG, TST and others it is obvious that you are a very aggressive deramper and that you like to post adverse comments on shares that you clearly state that "you would not hold with a bargepole"

For you information I have used the same username on LSE since 6th October 2009 and have never been banned or even warned. You though turned up on 28th July 2018 posting away as if you were well versed with posting and shares but had just decided for some reason to create a new username.

Also please bear in mind that your first post on this Dish board was on 18th January 2019 - copied below - while I have been here and posting since the IPO on 2cnd August 2018. Also I was aware of Big Dish and their business concept from a lot earlier than that as they previously were due to complete a RTO with Nyota Minerals and this was first announced on 15th November 2016.


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