well, they are not dead ... still in business, with some activity .. rob terry seems to using them a broker for some of his quob activities. so while there is life there is hope, eh? they are not in administration or entirely moribund. at this point, there is very little information available about how much new business they are getting in, and what their cash flow and accounts are like, so it would be a pure guess what happens next. hope it comes good for you.
Thanks for that, heard Bluestone mentioned before on this site so I'll take a look. I assume from the tone of your e-mail you think DAN is dead duck? Not got a huge amount in here and bought very low so can't complain too much, luck of the draw. Got more in RBS so my track record of picking winners isn't great, might as well stick it all on next years Grand National! Even an outside bet might be a better result than DAN.
if they get relisted, the sp will depend on what the market thinks is actually happening with the underlying business and its prospects. but yes, in principle, if relisted, people could just start buying and selling again in ordinary way.
i believe that there is a share discussion forum called 'blueshare' where some holders of dan shares can post and discuss. it is for holders only. someone posted on here before that there is more discussion there about the company, so you may want to google that site and perhaps ask if you can become a member? gl.
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