RE: ILLBETABUCK is a very strange fellow13 Aug 2019 21:04
Can somebody, anybody, tell me why, if it's been reported in a leading Turkish newspaper our own financials haven't picked up on it? Additionally, how great can the news be given the market's reaction, so far, to it? I'd have thought it would have been, comparatively speaking 'through the roof'
Thank you. :) So is it feasible therefore that he has bought the shares as a gamble on how the other people deal with the debt and that that he is betting against dilution, or in any event severe dilution?
I've no idea what I'm talking about, but it is quite interesting. A question, just a common sense question, keeps coming into my mind. I'll probably look daft but I'll ask it anyway: Is there anything in it for the Turkish guy for TCG to go to administration rather than a deal with the other people. Picking up the 'bits' afterwards, that sort of thing? If so, does being a reasonable percentage shareholder buy him a ticket to cause such a sequence of events?
Regarding my style, you're probably right, Puss. In fact I'm a bit disappointed that I got 'sucked in' and that I have commented as much as I have done, I should have been a little more 'quiet' and observant. We all make mistakes. Notwithstanding that, it has been useful.. :)
I can't quite work you out, Puss. In one post you suggest I know nothing about the stockmarket. I reply, and agree with you that I don't, and you then tell me you don't believe a word of it. Are you confused?
Puss....You're right and I make no secret of my very limited knowledge of The Stockmarket. I've never pretended to. I am here, and in other mixed subject chatrooms, purely for educational and research purposes. In this case I struck gold.