Glad you are still here.The 2 posters on advfn seem to know a bit about what is happening.With the links between main shareholders/CEOs and company secretary involving this CQ and Stanhill it would be more of a surprise if CQ did not figure in a RTO,but as you say that does not preclude other deals.Stanhill and their main men specialise in buying shells and converting to something profitable.This one could just be the mother of all RTOs but I don't think many smaller investors understand what is going on.
I bought all at 0.5p so not caught on spike. Research who are the main shareholders and the fact that Mr Khan headed up TGL and is their largest shareholder.He is also main man at CQ and heads up Stanhill who specialise buying up underperforming companies and introducing wannabee unlisted companies/start ups via RTOs. What CQ are doing is cutting edge(check their site and see who is working for them).Maybe I should have said the next Microsoft but I think you get my point regarding potential. Also sneak a peek at an earlier posting here when I spoke to the guy who is company sec of both companies. If I were you I would stay clear of TGL as I can't guarantee it will be the next multibagger
Comments like that sound so silly, how many times do you think peeps have said that about AIM companies next BP etc. this is a shell like any other lots on AIM and all are looking for RTO's, Tell me where you found the fact that CQ want to be listed? or we are in discussions with them? maybe Microsoft may RTO into TGL? Bampster if you got caught on the last spike come up with some better one liners, the herd will follow... boom... next google...
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