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Steve888 - I shan't do one as you say, I think I need to post on here as regularly as possible and if just one person decides not to invest in this pos then my job is done in saving another investor getting screwed by being invested in this un-investable pos
They can treble overnight bug I wouldn't hold your breath or rely on a trembling, being clp sp is more likely to drop 50 to 80 percent, just like it has done over the last 18 months. There is no value in clp, no assets, no bitcoin, no auction monies just lots of legal Bill's dilution and more worthless shares to buy more useless assets. It is only Bod and lawyers that make money from pos clp.
LOL! Most AIM companies issue shares regularly to pay salaries and fund development - tell us something new (except the new shares here have been at a premium to the share price)... also AIM shares can treble overnight... some of us will hold because a multi bagger day will happen here sooner or later .......
I have sold these to get out of this POS st 20 to 22p taking the loss as I have lost all confidence in the so called company. No turnover, no profit, all they do is issue shares like confetti investing in uninvestible useless companies, paying for debt on bankrupt companies, buying bitcoin machines but no mining (apparently) shareholders are just paying the BOD and investing in down trodden useless companies. The only consistent thing that clp are good at is diluting the shares and paying BOD
If you've had a reply Johnny then I will email and ask why they think there doesn't need to be holdings shown on website in amount of shares rather than percentages Clearly they've nothing to hide and would give some clarity here! Clearly TR1s would have been issued due amount of sells over last 11 months Has been daily and around set times, I'd imagine the board must be pretty daft to think nothing has been going on
Maybe if they showed some decency to shareholders and their investment, I may have shown some decency, no Mediapolis monies, no auction monies, bitcoin machines not turned on and mining, shocking depletion of shareholder value and the list continues. The only thing Clear Leisure are good for are investing shareholdrs funds in failing useless businesses, looking after BOD and depreciating the SP. There is no value in this company for Shareholders or future
Last week I emailed FG, RE, PR and Nomad / Broker with eight questions, as at time of this Post there has been no reply. Now this could be because they feel my questions do not “deserve” an answer or it could be that they have their thinking hats on.
FG knows what I am capable of from past experience when I mustered sufficient proxy votes to defeat a special resolution and if needs be I will call an EGM.
I will wait till Friday before I fire first shot.
PS Royaldoulton apologises for the brief response last week but I was on the road.
Information is an integral part of investing in shares. If you read trade publications, company reports (Annual and Interim Accounts) and RNS’s and do some Company House research then you would think you would have a fair chance of making an informed choice, or would you?
It is often said on B.B. that shares are forward sold but almost nobody has been able to prove it (watch this space)
On another share I found 12 or 13 anomalies that indicated that 1.2 billion shares were forward sold and the company found a novel way to sort this “local issue out”.
Now if a Company was going to do a placing at multiples of their nominal value there could be an opportunity to “forward sell” (if that is allowed) but in Clear Leisure there can’t be any forward selling as we are currently under nominal value (but this could be wrong)
FG recently made an investment in ForCrowd with a lock-in period with a clause about the “new shareholders” being able to sell up to €40,000 of their shares between 15/11/19 and 15/12/19 and if they sell below their cost of 0.3482p then they can claim 90% of the difference. So if they “begin” selling next Friday (officially) at say 0.18p then on paper they would be down 0.1682p per share.
How many shares could they “unload” from next Friday? Using exchange rate of say €1.10 to £1 then they could sell about £36,364 shares. They could sell about £36,364 worth of shares at the prevailing price of say 0.18p and they would “unload” about 20,202,020 say 20 million.
Now if they did “unload” 20,202,020 shares they would have technically been worth about £70,343 so the paper loss is about £33,980 and we would be liable for 90% of this “loss” so about £30,581.
So we have to issue them with shares to make-up their “manufactured loss” but we can’t issue shares less than 0.25p so I will use this for calculating how many shares FG has to issue for this poorly executed “deal” and it is about 12,232,727 shares all because our shares are currently low.
It gets worse, because in 12 months ForCrowd can sell all their shares under the same terms and basically bleed us dry.
Now when/if the Company, PR, Nomad / Broker come clean and inform you as to the true beneficial owner of ForCrowd is, then you may finally understand why the Company agreed to this “lock-in” very disappointed.
Getting back to forward selling, what do you think has been going on with the recent share sales? Answers on a postcard to: