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Share Price: 0.16Bid: 0.15Ask: 0.17Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Legendary Inv.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 13.33%Open: 0.15High: 0.185Low: 0.145Yesterday’s Close: 0.16


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superlucky79
Posts: 393
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Price:0.16
Voting
Today 19:20
In order to be able to vote, ypu need to hold the sahres in your own name. This means getting hold of the share certificate from your broker. Its the only way you will ne able to vote. The rest of what you have written is tripe / fantasy.
 
superlucky79
Posts: 393
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Price:0.16
Next up
Today 18:13
More warrants to be cashed in
superlucky79
Posts: 393
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Price:0.16
So you have
Today 11:26
52.5m at an average of 0.24
Gutted mate
superlucky79
Posts: 393
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Price:0.16
TW
Today 11:21
You have proved to be mpre thsn full of the preverbial.

Lying about trades is one thing (noticed your recent bogus claim on someone elses 1.7m trade...busted pal, not yours) but just two days ago you posted on here thst i was filtered. Do you actually tell the truth about anything?
TotalWealth
Posts: 1,233
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.16
IWantThatOne
Today 11:20
Go to the "Private Equity News" website - the story regarding an IPO for VS is on there.

You'll only be able to read a very truncated version as it's a subscription site, but you'll get the jist.

I'm currently on the train to Cardiff to watch the British Speedway Grand Prix this evening. Good luck to all genuine holders here - back Monday morning.
TotalWealth
Posts: 1,233
Answer
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.16
Apparently
Today 11:15
there is a fella on here goes by the name of superlucky79. Often referred to as a bit of a know-all.

Well, my friend, sadly for you, you aren't. Because it doesn't matter if you hold stock in a nominee account, legally your broker has to vote for you in accordance with your wishes. So, if there were ever a cheap-shot speculative bid for LEG and I wanted to vote against it, all I need to do is instruct my broker to use the (now) 52.5m shares I have to so do it.

And EVERYBODY that accumulates a decent amount or a small amount can use their vote. So, I'm afraid you are 100% wrong. I took you off filter this morning wondering whether you had anything positive to say after the proposed float on NASDAQ, but it's the same boring rubbish so you are back on.

Oh, and for the avoidance of any doubt, I paste below a couple of paragraphs from the "ShareSoc" website which firmly backs up my previous posts.

Perhaps in future you'll do YOUR homework before attempting to wrongly **** someone else off.

"If your shares are held in a nominee account, as most are nowadays, then it gets a bit more complicated. In essence you will have to get your nominee operator (stockbroker) to submit your votes on your behalf because they technically own the shares not you (i.e. their name is on the share register). You just have a “beneficial interest” in them. But the voting rights are still yours."

"If your shares are held in an ISA account then the ISA rules require that the nominee operator will vote your shares when requested, i.e. they have a legal obligation to do so. The best brokers provide easy electronic systems to enable you to do that. But others will do so upon request. For non-ISA nominee accounts, the legal position is not as clear cut but in general all good brokers will vote your shares when requested".
iWantThatOne
Posts: 159
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.16
RE: It's happening
Today 10:07
With respect, Patient, that just says they're going to expand in the US. It says nothing about a listing. I hope they do, and about a year ago I think Mills was asked about this and he said "not yet", so a listing might well be on the cards. Would be nice to get concrete proof though.
patientsoul
Posts: 14
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Price:0.16
It's happening
Today 06:03
Stephen Chandler, managing partner at Notion Capital, said in a statement: “Founders Tim Ingham (product) and Ed Bradley (sales) brought in ex Samsung and Cambridge Technology Partners executive Andrew Mills as CEO a couple of years ago and he has built upon their vision, expanding the leadership team and developing a number of high-potential commercial partnerships. Lots still to do but the business feels poised for scale and we look forward to helping them on the next chapter of their journey.”

The company is also looking to expand to the US and grow its team over the coming months.

Speaking to The Telegraph, Mills said: “One of our keys aims is to break into the US market in the coming month
superlucky79
Posts: 393
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.16
Apparently
Today 02:03
There is a fella who goes by the name of Total wealth aka PP over on advfn. He claims to have worked in the city yet he doesnt seem to realise that. If shares are held from a broker, the voting rights sit with broker. 99% of todays private investors hold their stock through a broker. In order to vote at the AGM you need to be in possesion of the certificates in your own name. You would think an ex empkoyee of the financial industry would. Realise that.
Noticed today that the beaufort stake is down to 4.4% and now hargreaves landsdown are over 10% and we also have barclays in there around 5pct. This tells me that most PI are holding through brokers. No surprise there. But also no votes for the PI either. Beaufort are also the nominated adbisors. This makes me mad.
Stretchump my old pal, you and i go back a long way ...probably to 2012/2013 when we were just about the only two people who posted on this board, you with your one liner ramps and me with my blinkered approch to investing. So you will know i am invested ....never been short and wouldnt even know how to take one out. TA.
superlucky79
Posts: 393
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Price:0.16
Yes indeed
Today 01:33
As i have tried to say several times, this CEO is interested in ONE THING and ONE THING ONLY.
To lign his own pockets with our investment. He doesnt care for the small fry shareholder, he is looking after himself firstly and his mates secondly. LEG is a disgrace and there should be some kind of laws against what he has done and is doing with our money.

The likes of stretchum on this board really makes me laugh. The share is down over 50% in a year.a year when we shoumd be looking at a decent profit from long term investment here. Instead we see karims mates at AMED cashing in our money regardless of the effect on the SP and the only news we have seems to be how much yourgood mate "zaf" has been paid.
If TW/prof pothead really does owb 50m then i feel very sorry for him indeed. It is sad to see the likes of you desperatly trying to do what the BOD shoild be doing and releasing some real news. The real news here is thst we have been shat on from a height.




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