Nice to see some possible life in here. I was just thinking to bin these as a loss to offset some profit elsewhere before April. Thinking now is it worth holding on to these? I do have 815442 of them. which havant a clue is worth anything.
Web site is saying they have had some decent profitable results of late, Is there anyway to extract a value from these?
Whatever Jaymond, you can belive what you like, i was sharing my opinion and someone who invested here on the basis that this could go somewhere ( else why would i invest)
is you trawled my posts in detail you would see that i have been as critical as most here in the past too!
goldpig1, I find it hard to believe that you have no assocation with atc, you have ramped this share up prior to delisting. You say that filling a law site againt atc is sour grapes or vendictive I'm very sorry but you are wrong, to state the term and conditions of aime in respect to shares can go up and down. I do understand this in compliance of fair practises its clear that this is not the case hence the up roar with shareholders.
hmmm.. not exatly what i meant , I was simply saying the aim listing had become a waste of money as it wasnt going to be able to raise any further cash so it made sense to delist and stop spending the associated costs.
as for the BoD im with you I think they have spent the money on themselves and painted a picture to investors which didnt ever materialise , possibly i would say they were a little more asperational that reality would have allowed, I do agree the salaries are going up and they money could have bee directed towards a share buy back, ( dividend would be pointless withthe number of shares in issue as we would all get 0.0000001p per share)
all in all i would say this company has been run for the benifit of the BoD not the investors , but, i maintain a court case as discussed on LSE is just sour grapes and vendictive and wont go anywhere, any compensation wouldnt go to the people taking part it will go to the lawyers and then the remain will be shared amoungs all share holders ( see 0.00000001p per share)
everyone needs to remember what it says in the T&C's section, " shares can go down and you may lose your investment" this lot are risikng the " more than you put in" section going for this.
if they want to do it fine, but some time you make a bad investment and you chew swallow and move on .
goldpig there is a few that would disagree, are you telling me we should wait for listing while the Directors take huge salarys this at present is not in the interest of shareholders as they state. You think not by listing is saving them money, perhaps is that where the bonus comes from for their salaries comes until I see something concrete in terms to value to the shareholders then I would say different how about the divident that steve best promised us while we where listed.
blah, Ok i get it people feel let down, but all this legal talk will just waste more money. truth is you all still hold shares and the company is still operating.
yes the fund raising was a little obtuse on AIM but removing the listing is actually saving money which is spent on growing the company .
best bet here is to wait and see if they relist the shares asthey have suggested in the future.
im as annoyed as the rest but think this will just be a big waste of time and cash
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Credit Suisses Liam Fitzpatrick upped his target price to 300p, from 250p, as he believes the recent re-rating of the shares has a lot further to go.
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I have not looked in on these shares for a while as I thought I'd lost my money! I have 1.5 million shares held by III, are they alright there as they are electronic or should I be getting a certificate from the company and if so how?
To the LSE discussion board.
I would just like to say that I used to have issues regarding getting responses from ATC UNTIL I was given Barneys email address.
After getting that email address Barney has responded to every email I have ever sent.
So for that Barney a very big thank you.
Are you really surprised at the
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details at the link above, nicley informed to all the share holders as usual, just think if they had notiified us maybe we could have sold our shares to Atrum for a good price instead of the Best's who did so in our place.
I hope you are right on the up side.
Dangerous/stupid to assume
How do they get away with it but we would
all be singing their prises if they pull some thing
off to our advantage obviously.
Good luck to all who are still in this one.
And it states they are now "looking to relist on the US market". What impact will this have for those of us with original de-listed shares - will we be able to trade them, or are they still best just filed at the deep at back of the drawer.
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