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#21 JR7800

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Posted 20 January 2022 - 02:17 PM

Sense - Update out.

 

Hope this help the share price as it is still currently standing still under R29 a share


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#22 JR7800

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Posted 11 January 2022 - 04:08 PM

Anyone still accumulating?

Thanks

Nope,

 

Just trying to make some good money for once on the holdings I have.


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#23 LarryK

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Posted 11 January 2022 - 03:39 PM

Anyone still accumulating?

Thanks
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#24 JR7800

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Posted 11 January 2022 - 02:48 PM

https://www.moneyweb...dium=Indicators

 

JP Morgan Chase & Co now amounts to 22.45% of the total issued ordinary shares of Aveng.

 

I really hope that this share can perform well over the next year or two. Hope the investment by JP Morgan is based on Trust and knowledge (thing they know us small shareholders don't) and is not a gamble....


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#25 swartkat

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Posted 09 December 2021 - 12:33 PM

thanks....

 no prob, the fractionals obviously also apply for any shares that are not a multiple of 500. eg if you had 600, you'll now have 1 plus you'll be paid out for other 100


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#26 Africa1962

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Posted 09 December 2021 - 11:43 AM

sure, if you had less than 500 shares, you are about to be paid out at VWAP less 10%.

 

if you had 400 shares. the math is 400/500*VWAP -10%.

 300 shares    ->  300/500*VWAP-10%

VWAP as per SENS

 

No div tax

 

thanks....


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Posted 09 December 2021 - 11:39 AM

anyone want to translate the latest SENS :blink:

sure, if you had less than 500 shares, you are about to be paid out at VWAP less 10%.

 

if you had 400 shares. the math is 400/500*VWAP -10%.

 300 shares    ->  300/500*VWAP-10%

VWAP as per SENS

 

No div tax


Edited by swartkat, 09 December 2021 - 11:40 AM.

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#28 Africa1962

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Posted 09 December 2021 - 11:20 AM

anyone want to translate the latest SENS :blink:


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#29 Tonyh199

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Posted 09 December 2021 - 08:41 AM

Thanks for the explanation, understood

The other way of looking at it is that although Tuesday´s price was 6 cents you could only sell at 5 cents unless you were prepared to wait 3 months in the 1,2 bn share queue. Now you can sell at immediately at the equivalent of 5,4 cents so in effect a 8 % gain. ....with hopefully a lot more to come.


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#30 Lionelza1

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Posted 08 December 2021 - 01:44 PM

As I understand it it was consolidated at R30 (500 x 6c)

At R30 per share you would have had the same value as pre consolidation in your portfolio.

Currently trading at R26.77 which is down 10.7% from R30 consolidate price per share. So we are currently lost 10.7% due to consolidation of shares.

Or looking at it at pre consolidation prices we were trading at 0.06c and at current level (R26.77) our 6c per share are now worth 0.053c, down 10.7%

I hate share consolidations. I tried to sell out all my shares pre consolidation at 6c but volumes of over 1,2 billion shares on offer for sale was to much and blocked me from selling everything.

I will definitely consider selling close to R30 a share.


Thanks for the explanation, understood
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#31 JR7800

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Posted 08 December 2021 - 12:53 PM

Does any1 know the true price? I've already booked flights to Tahiti, checked out my dream house, car, future wife etc.... Need to know if I'm making right choices here

As I understand it it was consolidated at R30 (500 x 6c)

 

At R30 per share you would have had the same value as pre consolidation in your portfolio.

 

Currently trading at R26.77 which is down 10.7% from R30 consolidate price per share. So we are currently lost 10.7% due to consolidation of shares.

 

Or looking at it at pre consolidation prices we were trading at 0.06c and at current level (R26.77) our 6c per share are now worth 0.053c, down 10.7%

 

I hate share consolidations. I tried to sell out all my shares pre consolidation at 6c but volumes of over 1,2 billion shares on offer for sale was to much and blocked me from selling everything.

 

I will definitely consider selling close to R30 a share. 


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#32 Lionelza1

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Posted 08 December 2021 - 12:34 PM

Does any1 know the true price? I've already booked flights to Tahiti, checked out my dream house, car, future wife etc.... Need to know if I'm making right choices here
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#33 Lionelza1

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Posted 08 December 2021 - 11:16 AM

I am also close to being a billionaire according to my ABSA broker account - LOL.

Think we need to wait for brokers to update our accounts with consolidated figures.


Lol yea I just contacted my broker, they say system should reset later today.... Damn I thought Xmas came early haha
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#34 JR7800

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Posted 08 December 2021 - 10:55 AM

Can shares be sold, or have to wait for share consolidation? I'm seeing numbers in my port folio I haven't seen before

I am also close to being a billionaire according to my ABSA broker account - LOL.

 

Think we need to wait for brokers to update our accounts with consolidated figures. 


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Posted 08 December 2021 - 10:17 AM

Can shares be sold, or have to wait for share consolidation? I'm seeing numbers in my port folio I haven't seen before

 

If the numbers looks wrong (value of shares should not have changed much from yesterday), then better not to sell. Else, call your broker.


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#36 Lionelza1

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Posted 08 December 2021 - 09:55 AM

Hope this share price close above R30 p/share today otherwise we on a losing path post share consolidation.


Can shares be sold, or have to wait for share consolidation? I'm seeing numbers in my port folio I haven't seen before
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#37 JR7800

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Posted 08 December 2021 - 08:56 AM

Hope this share price close above R30 p/share today otherwise we on a losing path post share consolidation.


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#38 Tonyh199

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Posted 07 December 2021 - 09:22 AM

Last day for trading before consolidation.

 


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Posted 11 November 2021 - 05:25 AM

I'm glad the share buy backs were voted on, AGAIN. But now after the consolidation and debt repayment, I'd take a dividend over share buy backs. GIVE ME THE CASH.
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#40 Sleepwa123

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Posted 10 November 2021 - 06:49 PM

I think another major point is the increase in liquidity.

Trading at 5 or 6c means that movements in the price are more significant and these level of perceived volatility excludes a portion of the market that would otherwise buy the share.
This increases potential demand and may drive the price higher to more reasonable multiples. That's the theory anyway.

For a share like NUT, I see the price decreasing significantly after consolidation as there simply is no perceived value with all their admin issues and poor communication. Aveng however has significant pipelines of work and more recently well performing businesses
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