Look at some of the recent RNS's related to company holdings. He gets shares allotted, Then some positive RNS is issued, price goes up. He sell , and then he is issued another bunch of shares in name of warrants or rights issue and same thing happens. Just look at the recent RNS. And to add to that - i have seen a same pattern in RMS stocks.
RE: Can people please confirm whether you have actually voted with your broker when replying29 Jan 2021 10:05
And to add After going through few RNS from October, the number of shares in RMS have gone up from 0.7 B to 2B + . Stopping them now would ensure further dilution would not happen . Please note - at 0.7B shares - current price would be around 7p , which is 2.4p as a result of 2B+ shares. So please vote against
100% in agreement From October last year to Jan this year , the number of shares have increased by almost 3 times, that is dilution of share price by 3 times. In normal circumstances, if more shares were not issues, the price today should have been above 7p.
Warrants, Right Issues - Actual Price is 7p25 Jan 2021 12:57
20 Oct - Therefore, the total number of voting rights in the Company is 794,806,790. 27 Oct -Therefore, the total number of voting rights in the Company is 874,627,261. 4 Nov -Therefore, the total number of voting rights in the Company is 1,496,627,261. 12 Nov -Therefore, the total number of voting rights in the Company is 1,573,270,231. 25 Jan -Therefore, the total number of voting rights in the Company is 2,013,270,231. A further 6,000,000 warrants and 53,603,512 options remain unexercised. So from 20th October till 25th Jan - around in 3 months the no of shares in company have increased, at the rate of twice in a month from 794,806,790 to 2,013,270,231. That would have been 7p a share today - if the shares were not diluted. I think this is unfair and should not continue - else - it is difficult for this stock to see a good price - What say The above figures are from the RNS - on those days
After a fall today, I thought of buying this stock today, but looking at 5 years trend, I changed mind and postponed my plan. This stock has steadily declined over 5 year time. What could be ira future trend? Any thoughts?
Director Selling all his Stocks - Why?13 Jan 2021 11:28
As per latest RNS - Remote Monitored Systems plc ("RMS" or the "Company") announces that it has been notified today that on 7 January and 11 January, Trevor Brown, Non-Executive Director of the Company, has sold, in aggregate, 24,000,000 ordinary shares in the Company at an aggregate price of approximately 2.7 pence per share. Following this transaction, Trevor Brown holds no shares in the Company. He continues to hold 14,801,756 share options at an exercise price of 1.4 pence per share.
If we think there are series of good news coming up - Why would a Director of the Company sell all his stocks? Just Curious - Any thoughts?
RE: Cracking RNS before 8am tomorrow11 Jan 2021 16:59
Just a Thought There are few good things coming up - arrival of Machine, Successful commissioning , Successful trial runs, Starting production, new RNS etc etc But , they have also got two Directors on Board - would they be given some shares? And would that dilute the price further. That would spoil the party ????
Interprid, Appreciate your response and a good attempt to explain price dilution. Thanks I do have a question - but can be ignored. The way I see is the value of the company remains same , when the number of shares grow, the share price drops. Example - If XYZ has 100 shares issued and has a company cap of 100£ , the price of share is 1£. If XYZ now issues another 100 shares, to generate more capital , the company cap would remain the same - 100£, but there would be 200 shares, now @50p. Those 100 shares bought by new investors are @50p and earlier one are at loss of 50p . Am I wrong here?
Talking about lesson learnt -one thing I have seen with some of the Stocks is dilution of the price as a result of more shares issued. I do not understand how is that allowed. Example - Say RMS reaches 7p , and then they issue additional shares ( to buy a machine may be) . The price is diluted and the value of stock we own is reduced to say 5p. Someone else enter at 5p without paying for the cost of the machine and we take a loss of 2p even if we have not agreed to pay - Can anybody share their thoughts?
I believe, UKOG has a potential, but every time the price goes up, somebody is pocketing money ( and may be for good reasons) by pouring in more shares in market. As an investor, the stock price is lowered and though being invested for few years now - there are losses. Can anybody provide their expert views on how this stock might do in next 3-4 months. Some reasoning would be helpful. Thanks in advance