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Member Since: Tue, 2nd Mar 2010

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 694
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Last Posted: 26 Jul '17

14 Apr '16

Don't XGC, Orion and Traf have 100% off take between them...?
8 Apr '16

So am I...only recently in at 13.50 but although I think GKP will survive, I anticipate massive dilution, after which I may return...
6 Apr '16

Michael Collins; Head of Bonds; Prudential Fixed Income on Bloomberg...buying GLEN Bonds on better outlook; reduced debt; expecting positive cashflow going forward...
6 Apr '16

Support at 136/7?

Bought back the half I sold at 162...for 137...

AIMHO as usual...
22 Mar '16

BTW Tracey...thanks for the heads up on sitting on a tidy profit as they head to the stars...
21 Mar '16

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11 Mar '16

I was right about PINN and COMS...clearly you have all researched this in detail...

I have held this share thanks to one of those friends, but decided to take a small profit and leave.

Good luck. Don't worry, I won't return here.
11 Mar '16

Has anyone actually researched the ownership structure of CRV?

49% owned by Desmond Holdings Ltd

Desmond is effectively owned by Emvest Nuts. CRV owns 49% in several of their subsidiaries

CRV pays a management fee to Desmond (currently owed over £50k and no invoice so far this year).

CRV is technically insolvent and most of the current assets are a debt of £220k to Royalty Sports Brands, of whom MP is a Director

£399k of debt is due to Kalimgtis and Wise Star; both due by October 2016.

Pressfit is only selling agented goods, not manufactured

And most of the investments have been valued by the 3 Directors of CRV (the only employees), at cost, despite collapsing currencies and poor or no trading for many of them.

Finally, the 'white knight', GEM. Has anyone owned shares in companies funded by Darwin? Just look at the chart of any of them. This is what will happen to CRV...Here's a taster...

Just trying to be helpful. Good luck...
4 Mar '16

No online quote even to buy 500 shares for at least 3 hours...

Meanwhile they've been bidding Mid Quote for at least 20,000 all afternoon...currently 107.5p...

MMs sure as hell very short of stock. I estimate over 80k today alone...
4 Mar '16

That wasn't you selling 25k at 106 was it Tracy?

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