Rightster Group (RSTR, though set to be re-named Brave Bison Group) talks in an AGM statement today of “moving to profitability and greater value going forward” with a “new strategy, in creating owner operated video channels”. Hmmm, having thus far been a wrongster, is this really now set to be a rightster?
AIM-listed Rightster (RSTR) has this morning confirmed that the previously indicated board changes (see HERE) are now effective. In comes a new executive management team, led by a new CEO, COO – the founders of Base79 which Rightster bought in 2014. There is also a new Chairman, Sir Robin Miller who is the former CEO and chairman of EMAP (very impressive), although he is also chairman of Edge Performance VCT (not so impressive!). We knew that was coming, but it is the appointment of a new Nomad in the form of Westhouse that catches the eye.
On Thursday at no-one-is-watching o’clock (5.54pm) AIM-listed Rightster (RSTR) issued a very odd RNS detailing peculiar dealings in the company’s shares by its CEO, Mr Patrick Walker. From the text of the RNS it would appear that his director shareholding is – as I understand it – under the control of a third party. Who might that be, and why? Then there is the reporting of a transaction dating back to 7 August – is that delay a breach of AIM Rules?
Time and time again I have warned you that AIM listed Rightster (RSTR) was a wrongster, an accident waiting to run out of cash. An announcement on Friday must go up as another win for the Sheriff, it is five minutes to goodnight Charlie for shareholders.
Floated on the AIM Casino at 60p in November 2013, shares in Rightster (RSTR) now trade at 13p-17p but worse is to come as last week’s trading statement DIDN’T make clear.
I have warned repeatedly that AIM casino listed Rightster (RSTR) is a wrongster yet somehow the company has persuaded institutional investors to stump up another £5 million at 18p. Good money after bad is what I call it. Those dumb enough to throw cash at this POS should perhaps reflect on a few matters.
I have called this one correctly as a bear but fair dues to Rightster (RSTR) for still having the balls to turn up and present at UK Investor Show.
On February 6 2015 I asked if Rightster (RTSR) was a wrongster and flagged up material issues for it to address. On February 25th 2015 it issued a trading statement which was spun as being a triumph of growth but which was in fact a ghastly profits and sales warning. I unpick the true facts and the grim outlook for the shares in this podcast special.
AIM casino listed Rightster (RSTR) joined the market a little over 14 months ago at 60p. The shares are now 26p but with shed loads of confetti having been issued along the way the company is still valued at £51 million. Not for long I suspect.
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