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#21
Hi Chris,

It is up to the mgmt. to deem it is undervalued, hence I inserted the word "deem" in my statetment
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#21
Hi Chris,

It is up to the mgmt. to deem it is undervalued, hence I inserted the word "deem" in my statetment
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#22
(29-09-2013, 09:25 PM)VIChris Wrote:
(29-09-2013, 08:22 PM)freedom Wrote: How much effort did minority shareholders put in the company to demand the same benefit as the management?

The management put all their interest in the company in most cases. They stay with the company, rain or shine.

What would minority shareholders do? Often they will run at first sight of trouble. They mere buy the share in the company, which contributes almost nothing to the company, yet demanding so much.

Good point. If that is the case, don't list. Don't make use of public money for ones good. As such integrity will be questioned and whether they are inline with shareholders.

Anyway, I see that the management might be questionable as it is only listed 3 years and for the past 3 yrs (if I am not wrong) no AGM has taken place.

It is common truth that company comes to public to raise money, not offer money.

It is minority shareholders that have delusion that management is there to look after minority shareholders' interest. They are merely looking after their own interest.

Get real, please.
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#22
(29-09-2013, 09:25 PM)VIChris Wrote:
(29-09-2013, 08:22 PM)freedom Wrote: How much effort did minority shareholders put in the company to demand the same benefit as the management?

The management put all their interest in the company in most cases. They stay with the company, rain or shine.

What would minority shareholders do? Often they will run at first sight of trouble. They mere buy the share in the company, which contributes almost nothing to the company, yet demanding so much.

Good point. If that is the case, don't list. Don't make use of public money for ones good. As such integrity will be questioned and whether they are inline with shareholders.

Anyway, I see that the management might be questionable as it is only listed 3 years and for the past 3 yrs (if I am not wrong) no AGM has taken place.

It is common truth that company comes to public to raise money, not offer money.

It is minority shareholders that have delusion that management is there to look after minority shareholders' interest. They are merely looking after their own interest.

Get real, please.
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#23
(29-09-2013, 09:44 PM)freedom Wrote:
(29-09-2013, 09:25 PM)VIChris Wrote:
(29-09-2013, 08:22 PM)freedom Wrote: How much effort did minority shareholders put in the company to demand the same benefit as the management?

The management put all their interest in the company in most cases. They stay with the company, rain or shine.

What would minority shareholders do? Often they will run at first sight of trouble. They mere buy the share in the company, which contributes almost nothing to the company, yet demanding so much.

Good point. If that is the case, don't list. Don't make use of public money for ones good. As such integrity will be questioned and whether they are inline with shareholders.

Anyway, I see that the management might be questionable as it is only listed 3 years and for the past 3 yrs (if I am not wrong) no AGM has taken place.

It is common truth that company comes to public to raise money, not offer money.

It is minority shareholders that have delusion that management is there to look after minority shareholders' interest. They are merely looking after their own interest.

Get real, please.

Which part do you see I am saying "minority shareholders that have delusion that management is there to look after minority shareholders' interest..."?
As mentioned my point is the management integrity. What are you arguing about "Get real, please"?

Whats are the points of listing one's company apart from getting money from the public? I leave it to individual to find out.

Thanks
失信于民,何以取信于天下...
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#23
(29-09-2013, 09:44 PM)freedom Wrote:
(29-09-2013, 09:25 PM)VIChris Wrote:
(29-09-2013, 08:22 PM)freedom Wrote: How much effort did minority shareholders put in the company to demand the same benefit as the management?

The management put all their interest in the company in most cases. They stay with the company, rain or shine.

What would minority shareholders do? Often they will run at first sight of trouble. They mere buy the share in the company, which contributes almost nothing to the company, yet demanding so much.

Good point. If that is the case, don't list. Don't make use of public money for ones good. As such integrity will be questioned and whether they are inline with shareholders.

Anyway, I see that the management might be questionable as it is only listed 3 years and for the past 3 yrs (if I am not wrong) no AGM has taken place.

It is common truth that company comes to public to raise money, not offer money.

It is minority shareholders that have delusion that management is there to look after minority shareholders' interest. They are merely looking after their own interest.

Get real, please.

Which part do you see I am saying "minority shareholders that have delusion that management is there to look after minority shareholders' interest..."?
As mentioned my point is the management integrity. What are you arguing about "Get real, please"?

Whats are the points of listing one's company apart from getting money from the public? I leave it to individual to find out.

Thanks
失信于民,何以取信于天下...
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#24
Sad that this net net is going to be delisted for less than it's value.
Patience is a virtue.
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#24
Sad that this net net is going to be delisted for less than it's value.
Patience is a virtue.
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