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Share Price: 0.525Bid: 0.50Ask: 0.55Change: 0.125 (+31.25%)Riser - Touchstone
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 10.00%Open: 0.44High: 0.55Low: 0.44Yesterday’s Close: 0.40


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Chesycustard
Posts: 52
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Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.49
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quiet
9 Jul '14
Anyone got an opinion here? We must be due one of these 'regular' updates. Have topped up myself but still nervous on how this will go
 
BillyBadBack
Posts: 460
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.45
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RE: Ultimate Shell, RTO of Decade p..
2 Jul '14
Fingers crossed your right!

The main thing is that it keeps to these levels without falling further. But our time will come, just takes that one RNS...
Hedgehog100
Posts: 10
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.48
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Ultimate Shell, RTO of Decade poter
28 Jun '14
I believe that TGL is surely the ultimate shell.

Why?

Because of the combination of:

1. The deal-making muscle of Ilyas Khan & co.
E.g. ZOL (20-bagger, currently £215M. market cap.), ASX-listed WEC (c. 20-bagger, A$875 million market cap. in June 2010), and MEN (multibagger, combined resources of 7.38 million ounces gold and 1.77 billion pounds copper).

2. The technology shell capabilities of Peterhouse Corporate Finance (TGL's fellow Peterhouse tech shell Concha (CHA) 12-bagged in the first half of 2014).

Technology is the fastest-growing (& most highly-rated) sector on the market, and with the stellar track-record of the 'shellmeisters' behind TGL we can pretty much guarantee something big, and at a good price given the current technology sector dip.

This could even end up being the RTO (reverse takeover) of the decade.
skier1
Posts: 1,897
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.50
TGL
17 Jun '14
Company meeting, and new strategy pointers, getting closer...
skier1
Posts: 1,897
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.50
Chesy
12 Jun '14
Next stop is the company meeting in 2 - 3 weeks. TGL should rise in anticipation as its gets closer to the day. Will reassess after that.
Chesycustard
Posts: 52
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.50
hedge/skier
12 Jun '14
You tgl guru's have any opinion short to medium term? Or we just waiting on a technology investment and strategy. Just hope we don't see any dilution shocks for existing loyalists.
BillyBadBack
Posts: 460
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.51
I'm defo
9 Jun '14
Not going to top slice if anything does happen! I've got to learn to sit on my hands :0

But it's done now. If things go ok I might even load up some serious cash into this, but 1 step at a time......
skier1
Posts: 1,897
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.51
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RE: For what it's worth
9 Jun '14
Shells, like TGL, are very much in fashion on AIM this year. They are THE success story of 2014.

EMT 50-bagged, CHA has 10-bagged, and several others.

TGL has already 1-bagged in a month since its rebound -- and with its big company meeting coming up soon, and its new investment strategy in the high-growth tech segment on the roadmap, there is much more to come here.
Moreforus
Posts: 20,017
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.51
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RE: For what it's worth
9 Jun '14
it certainly is interesting and after the 30th of June (3 weeks away) then it should be all systems go!
BillyBadBack
Posts: 460
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Price:0.51
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For what it's worth
9 Jun '14
I was thinking long and hard this morning whether to take the plunge and risk using back into this. I was all set for the no when I took one last look at the shares traded, and there I see on the last trade a very nice 1.5 mill buy for £8k ish. That was all I needed to see to make my mind up and plunged back in.
I remember making the same speech over on CHA when sitting on a price of 0.20 and took a punt for a grand. Well it's trading currently @ 2.17 on the ask with a dummy buy. Now I'm not expecting miracles like CHA but it's worth the risk, and although not quite a grand investment, it is no doubt quite a gamble and £730 is the price of a new computer I was after, but hey ho. Let's see.



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