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At the current price of 7p which only value the company at about £5m at that price a bid could well come in for them. Although 20p would be nice jump from 7p, like you say that would most likely still be undervaluing the company, and the share price would most likely get to that price in a very short time on it's own once results are out. Just wondering what's value people are putting on this company. If you where to disregard passed deals and problems that might arise from them and instead looking forward on new deals. Given that they are doing about £50 to 65m worth of deal's each year, and hopefully still paying dividends. Would 50p to £1 be nearer the mark. Or back over £2. Just wondering what you thought on this are. Nice to see the share price going the right way.
what's the betting someone will knock on the door in the new year and offer us 20p thinking they are doing us all a big favour...when really they are just taking advantage of a below market price of 6p as 20p is still way undervalued anyway.
well that's it, i have plumped for another £20k but if this goes south, then as i'm expecting the deals secured to outweigh the debt owed, (even though that is agreed to be paid back over time), i might just consider buying them all out and sacking the lot of them and just bank the sales income from live contracts, ..so from 6p i fully expect upside or else.
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Well watch this space mo fu I wouldn't have over 10k in without any information
Lets put a date stamp in......you heard it 19/12/2018 Feel free to call it drivel back to me again once the share price as more than doubled - (looking forward to copying paste this to re-post once it as)
Good day to you all......worth that punt imho from whats been talked about at the work place hub itself.
Plus a deal coming soon ??? Lets await the announcement
Anyone on here not got a "friend" who works at Utilitywise! These friends always simultaneously are not particularly senior in role e.g. sales team, yet somehow have knowledge of a Senior Director.
Also fellas this is an investor forum, not MSN Messenger. Without intending to be 'rude' it might be worth a few of you writing to Santa and asking for a dictionary and thesaurus. At the very least turn your spell check on.
This will not solve the entire issue as I literally am unable to follow certain posts as they are incoherent drivel.
At the currant market value it easy to see why it open to be brought out. the order books gives it more value than it's market value. So if a offer was to come in it be a lot higher than 5p. My friend has no worries, he in the middle of buying a £200k plus house. The new team are buying themselves time to sort this out. Making sure there no more skeletons to catch them out.
Was contemplating buying more stock , already have just over 10 k worth , nothing concrete at all but the person connected to the place that I'm in contact with she says alot of gossip doing the rounds , especially about being bought out , and that the situation isn't as bad as I sound it to her so even tho only gossip , it's getting me thinking. In invested for the turn around story but things here might and I returate might get interesting very soon. Contemplating sticking another 5 k in good luck all
Maybe UTW should be pursuing him for the bonuses he received. If he knew this was likely to happen, then the bonuses HE AND THE BOARD AWARDED them self where wrong. The regulators and police could be looking into this. To set up another company to pursued deals your company has done, mean you know the deals where wrong. Is that not intent.
Seems crazy that Thompson can get away with this - surely he was there with all the inaccurate reporting and made a fortune by selling down his shares - much more than the company is worth today. The regulators / police need to be looking into this in a big way. He needs to pay back this money, then the company will be fine.
HI FLUMMOXED2000, Thank you for your post. Like you say this has been a ticking time bomb, but the new team are trying to deal with this despite Thompson effort to de-rail them. Setting up a company to sue his former company past deals, which he had a big hand in how it was run seem wrong. Which given the complex issue of dealing with all past contracts and legal issue would be a massive task. But it looks like the new teams are dealing with this, cutting cost and dealing with the suppliers and banks. Trying to avoid any costly lawsuit in the future. It's in no one interest to see the company go bust, so I believe they are all working though this together to make sure UTW survive. The big issue is cash flow and how much of a hit on profit going forward in the short to medium term. As long as the banks and suppliers give them space and time to work though this the company will be fine, and 5p will seem like a bargain.