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    Quote Originally Posted by Retired Doc View Post
    BTW. Furthermore I am a foundation holder and intend to remain so and I do have a high regard for the product.
    That's a good recommendation, just need the rest of the world to think same and we'll all be smiling

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    Big off market trade @ 62c 11.22

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimdog31 View Post
    Big off market trade @ 62c 11.22
    2m - $1,240,000.00 for clarity if someone reads this in the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimdog31 View Post
    Big off market trade @ 62c 11.22
    Could anyone explain how off market trade is carried out and who can trade off market? Thanks.

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    0.5m share sold 0.62 this morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by calledone View Post
    Could anyone explain how off market trade is carried out and who can trade off market? Thanks.
    A broker usually puts it together but anyone can trade off market and then complete a transfer form. I have done that to shift shares between a company I owned and my personal name.

    In the past I bought EBOS off market through Craigs. My broker rang me and offered me the shares and I said yes. Done!

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    Thanks Tango.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calledone View Post
    Could anyone explain how off market trade is carried out and who can trade off market? Thanks.
    When Dad passed away off market transfer forms were used to transfer his shares to Mum.

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    Dave still selling.Big sales and now director selling down again.Making me uncomfortable

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    Quote Originally Posted by nevchev View Post
    Dave still selling.Big sales and now director selling down again.Making me uncomfortable
    Read properly before you post.
    Last edited by Balance; 17-09-2020 at 11:44 AM.

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    Looks like options to purchase at 0.8 expired. Find it interesting that he was okay with purchasing at 0.8.

    Quote Originally Posted by nevchev View Post
    Dave still selling.Big sales and now director selling down again.Making me uncomfortable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balance View Post
    Read properly before you post.
    What am i not seeing?confused by the announcement

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    I read this article yesterday. In the article, Dave said the company started to see cash coming in from CMS in Auguest and expected it to continue to grow. Perhaps, we would at least see a small scale of cashflow improvement in the FY21 HY result. Dave must have seen the potential

    https://businessdesk.co.nz/article/l...-over-or-is-it

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    Quote Originally Posted by calledone View Post
    Looks like options to purchase at 0.8 expired. Find it interesting that he was okay with purchasing at 0.8.
    I think it means the option ceased with no value. ( perhaps it is too expensive for Dave to exercise it). I am not 100% sure. Correct me if I am wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zs_cecil View Post
    I think it means the option ceased with no value. ( perhaps it is too expensive for Dave to exercise it). I am not 100% sure. Correct me if I am wrong.
    I think if he exercised it, the SP would surely shoot up and maybe it's not time yet lol. I don't know, but I can see it from your angle too.

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    He would be a mug to exercise[pay up] at 80c, vs buying on market at 63 if he wished, hence their expiry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Getty View Post
    He would be a mug to exercise[pay up] at 80c, vs buying on market at 63 if he wished, hence their expiry
    You hit the point

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    Quote Originally Posted by nevchev View Post
    Dave still selling.Big sales and now director selling down again.Making me uncomfortable
    He received options to buy shares at 80c as part of his remuneration, probably a bonus. Those options have hit their expiration date. The current price of the shares is below 80c.

    The options are therefore out of the money and are as such worthless, hence he let them expire. No mystery, no conspiracy, no insider selling - just a lapse of options...

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    Next option expiring November might be a different story.

    September 2020 September 2016 0.80 750,000 750,000
    November 2020 November 2016 0.54 200,000 200,000

    Whoever it is owns them may be contributing something to the 2nd half revenue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minerbarejet View Post
    Next option expiring November might be a different story.

    September 2020 September 2016 0.80 750,000 750,000
    November 2020 November 2016 0.54 200,000 200,000

    Whoever it is owns them may be contributing something to the 2nd half revenue.
    I bet Dave would sell his own shares and buy back the option. This is kind of how he usually played it before.

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