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Member Since: Sat, 11th May 2013

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 652
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 291

Last Posted: Mon 13:13


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Mon 13:13

I suspect you somehow overlooked DBB's post on the matter too!... That is precisely the point (the only point) I was trying to make.....countering your ridiculous comment re. apples and astro---whatever.
Mon 13:07

thanks for the advice glitter. I think I can make my own decisions on that. Since you are concerned, experience has taught me to keep a 'small' interest in AIM, especially high risk/reward companies. I mostly post here as my other shares are ALL steady as she goes and make steady returns per annum. Companies like EQT add excitement and intrigue and potentially boom/bust. Thanks again for the concern tho. GL to you too.
Mon 10:53

Lol! Smokin. I guess they couldn't say, 'spin a yarn'!

Keeping everything crossed. GL.
Mon 10:38

Glitter...NOT true and you know it. I have played the market for over 20 years and there have been numerous examples as such RNS works both ways.
Mon 10:36

smokin, I have come up with several scenarios and still non the wiser!. Given up now. However, I am still trying to get my head round Ebioss, their continual involvement with us and now the proposed LSE listing with restructuring thrown in.

The reason why I mention a possible RTO is that with their chequered history and financial mess how on earth do they qualify for an LSE listing?... moving to Ireland too?....just sweep everything under the carpet about their past?

Both EBioss and EQT have had a business strategy review and are humming the same tune....

Make of it what you will, ignore Ebioss at your peril. They are still(?) a MAJOR holder here and can potentially dictate out future.

I also find Ian being on Board @ Ebioss would've represented a conflict of interest. The Urbaser RNS filtered through to an EQT RNS a few days later....why? when Ian was on their Board?
Mon 10:23

Ian if you are reading...Hope the L plates come off soon. In the mean time, here's an example of how CEO's comment on price movement.... (it's allowed you know!)...up or down....:

TechFinancials (AIM: TECH), a fintech software provider of financial solutions including blockchain-based digital assets and traditional financial trading solutions for retail clients, notes the recent share price change and advises that it does not know of any reason for an upward share price movement.
Sun 22:50

Thanks Roberjt. I was still typing when you posted. Agreed.
Sun 22:49

Markshares, 'sacked'?...wrong choice of words imo. Their bondholders are calling the shots with the re-structuring. Nothing less nothing more. Re-structuring for them means new Board made up by the consolidation of companies,

I don't see it any different to our lenders wanting EQT Board shake up last year and reduce Ebioss control. Our previous CEO and other Ebioss directors were NOT 'sacked'.
Sun 22:18

dealer, "but I doubt we need them"

True. But be careful what you wish for. If they choose to totally exit, regardless of the SP, there'll be carnage.....if it isn't the case already.
Sun 22:05

Just so that you know why I continue to point my finger @ Ebioss as the seller....about the only shareholder who can afford to sell at these low prices....For example:

May 2018 RNS:

EQTEC plc (AIM: EQT), the technology solution company for waste gasification to energy projects, has agreed with EBIOSS Energy SE ("EBIOSS"), its major shareholder, to convert a receivable owned by EBIOSS in the amount of 87,000 into 29,000,000 ordinary shares in the Company at a conversion price of 0.3p which is the same conversion price as the 33,333,333 ordinary shares being issued pursuant to the loan note conversion announced on 25 May 2018.
Sun 13:58

dealer55, Ebioss seem to have totally taken the eye of the ball over time.

Check out their Website and Twitter account. Nothing of note added for over a year....I couldn't even find the latest RNS's on their Investor Relations page. I've sent a couple of emails to them over time, nothing.

Really shoddy imo, and they'll fit right in the AIM casino with their listing!
Sun 13:41

Petham, your scenario, imo, is highly unlikely.

1. I can't see their bondholders being keen on financing them, only to start buying a bigger stake in EQT....but read on!
2. Ebioss could be the seller as the bondholders may insists on Ebioss to cash in part of their position in EQT? as the package to their re-financing.

I bet Altair are well and truly hacked off and may review their ongoing support for the company.

The more puzzling bit for me, one that leaves it open to a lot of conspiracy theories, is why would (and how could) Ebioss retain a major holding in EQT if they are proposing to list on the LSE?????

My worry is that their refinancing will, imo, wipe out their shareholders (debt and more shares). Also, IMO, their easier route in to LSE would be an RTO. Sell your holding in EQT, hammer the SP and make a paltry offer for the company and rename it Akiles. As it stands, two separate companies listed on LSE with synergies and close ties is difficult to digest.

Please note the above as a theory...IMO, DYOR. ...happy to debate.
Fri 17:17

Fair enough dealer. But he's done a fair amount of talking since he bedded himself in the hot seat, fair old interviews and tweets. He's still got L plates. Like I said, Let's see where we're up after his 12 months are up. everything crossed.
Fri 17:10

Lol!. I'd choose Deliveroo. They guarantee and not just promise!

Good weekend all.
Fri 16:21

Lol about Tim!

Tim and his company were probably paid in shares which are worth nothing!! You pay peanuts you get....m*********!

I wonder if Align would be topping up again....or become a distressed seller!

Funny how no one is tweeting now!
Fri 15:56

Guys, my concern is exacerbated by the fact that despite this continued selling, none of the MAJOR shareholders consider it worth topping up. PI's buying are merely aiding the seller at these levels and seems the seller is prepared to exit at ANY cost.
Fri 15:53

Panic selling by PI's we're told! Lol!
Fri 15:22

I'll reserve my 'pat on the back for Ian' at this stage. hardly been here 12 months. Happy to issue lot of inane RNS's but refuse to comment on the shrinking worth of the company. Vagueness is his trademark so far. Not gonna throw him under the bus tho! IMO, DYOR!
Fri 13:42

dealer55, I bet the top 5 major shareholders got a direct line to Ian Price rather than put up with the BS from Tim. To see how much all these big boys are down makes my eyes water.....and I doubt they're keeping quiet about it. They certainly are NOT taking advantage for these 'bargain' prices. May be, just may be, they know more.
Fri 13:14

Sorry for stating the obvious, but all this morning's trades have proved is that our seller is still about and if there is a big drop, there are folks prepared to take punt. Back to all square and await the next serving of the episode.

Has Tim or Ian got back to anyone else?!


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