AEX Gold – drilling results further demonstrate ‘very encouraging’ potential, Buy, shares will more than double
Gary Newman stuck the knife in to AIM-listed Adamas (ADAM) - of the ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty, no less - at the beginning of September when it announced a share buy-back at a higher price than a placing and open offer first announced in July, but which only completed today – and only partially. If that is not bonkers enough, it seems that a large chunk of the placing cash is yet to arrive. We were told yesterday that:
I’ve just seen one of the most ridiculous RNSs that I’ve ever read appear for a company called Adamas Finance Asia (ADAM) – it has announced that it is buying back shares at a higher price than it has just placed them at!
When the market cap of a company is trading at significantly below its net asset value it would suggest that there is value in buying, but usually things aren’t as clear cut as they at first appear.
Back last August I covered the non-payment of monies due to AIM-listed Adamas (ADAM) following the redemption of a convertible bond Adamas held in a Chinese company, Global Pharm Holdings Group. It was owed millions - to have been settled by April 2015 - and numerous revised and re-revised deals were signed – not that the cash materialised. More to the point, Adamas seemed to be having a spot of bother tracking down the Chairman of that company. And so to yesterday’s update….
Yesterday at 3.36pm ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty play Adamas (ADAM) announced as update on a debtor. Judging by the timing it seems to be a bit of an unscheduled missive – and judging by the content, it seems to be a problem.
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