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"Digital Barriers plc ("Digital Barriers"or the "Company"), the specialist provider of advanced surveillance technologies to the international homeland and defence markets, is pleased to announce a conditional placing of 7,172,414 new Ordinary Shares at 145 pence per share to raise approximately £10 million (after expenses) for the Company to further implement its stated strategy". 6th December 2012
IPO 2010........ 20 million shares @ £1.00 per share to raise £20million Digital Barriers
I only bought into THRU because of a contact saying there was a high chance of a takeover and has quite a lot of shares. I used to own Scoot/Coe but made a loss on them big time. Havn`t traded shares for over 3 Years but my contact is a very successful share trader so bought in. Prefer crypto trading but this one is worth the gamble in my opinion. Lets hope my contact is right.
ROCKETVI Remember the shares were then acquired under the old name of Digital Barriers ticker DGB (now a private company since the buy out in October 2016) and much of the info has disappeared. But many shares from what I can remember were purchased at a price north of £1.00. Wished I had kept copies in hindsight. The II's are still sat on a large loss!
Why the company was still shown as a loss making entity at year end I posted on a previous comment. Thruvision for reasons as yet unknown to us (the PI@s) did not want it to be otherwise. Remember the largest II's with millions invested here bought in on multiples above the present price. If they have patience and in full knowledge of 'real and present trading' then I believe we should follow them in holding. OMO as always.
Seems strange that PI`s were not allowed into this meeting although it wasn`t an AGM but a private one correct me not. The technology that they have brought onto the market has massive use all over the World and i believe that they are the only Company at present that has a use case for the scanners and future orders. It would be better for an early takeover before others get into the market. It makes sense that II`s are not going over the threashold to avoid having to make an offer. A takeover seems the only logical reason why they are holding as it is a loss making Co on paper...Will hold for 6 Months.
ROCKETVI.......The II's alone have been informed as to what is really happening behind the scenes. My suspicions were confirmed to me that this was a good share to be holding when, ordinary private investors were barred from attending a Capital Markets Day held in February. What other reason could there possible be to keep the II's 'onside' other than a possible take-over. As other posters have said already, it's in the DNA of the chairman. If true major players such as Cisco would probably be in the frame. OMO as always.
Noticeable is 1) that millions of dollars of sales in both the US and Asia have been 'held over' into this year 2019/20 using the usual business practice of blaming third parties as excuses for delays. Obviously Thruvision does not want to announce it is in profit yet, for reasons known only to themselves (and perhaps the II's) 2} that the chairman Tom Black is admitting of his long term close relationship with Thruvision, and has stated that another director will be added (sometime) in the future. Is this following a major 30% institutional investor withholding support to pass last years remuneration package co-incidental? 3} Point 8 Ref Share Capital near the end of the report points to 196 million odd shares being cancelled following last years tender (buy back) offer. Has someone got a decimal point in the wrong place? Not that many shares issued altogether. No doubt the mistake will be rectified when the full results are submitted to Companies House either later this week or next month. All in all a great year, and one that bodes well for the future. Tbf....I'm sure production can be ramped up further if necessary. However It would be a wonderful position to be in.
Very valid points but nothing we can do about it re the AIM market. Re the production units per month, i am certain that once they get the inquiries that look to turn into orders, they will increase the production rate.
Anyway, i am still banking on the fact that more than 93% of shares are held by major II's, They surely wont wait for their investment to pay out based on trading figures. I hope they are expecting the co to be bought out by another bigger entity for a major premium. After all , that's what Thru's current mgt did with their previous company which they sold to BAE for a huge price !!!!
93% growth in revenue is great progress. My only concern in the report is that they only have the capacity to manufacture 20 units a month at this time. The problem I see with Thruvisions as a stock is that it trades on the AIM. If this traded in a larger stock market it may see a lot more attention.
Why do you expect the sp to be under pressure again ? The recent good announcements should be enough to keep the sp going upwards albeit very slowly, considering how long it took the sp to break the 30 p level.
Results Monday. Will be interesting to see if there will be much 'share swopping' on here in the days to come to try to keep the price down. Also where will the £4m approx unallocated, yet. left of the £8m tender offer allocated to last years buy back shown? Also how much will be 'carried over' from 2019 into 2020? Remember we private investors are not privy to that information unlike the institutions.