What is the significance of this announcement?
It appears Forgame didn't follow thru with loan repayment(s) and the creditor decided to exchange the loan for the worth of 5mill collateral shares (th"Relevant Shares") (representing approximately 3.99% of the total number of issued shares.
"Management has no respect for their shareholders."
What brings you to that conclusion? What should they do to show their respect? Any suggestions on how they go about achieving that goal?
Mostly neutral....however, there is a slight bias toward the positive.
As I see it, the creditor decided the shares ($30 - $34mill worth) had more value than the actual cash/loan and therefore they excercised their rights in the hopes that this investment would re-coup far more money than their original load.
Conversely, on the negative side, Forgame exhibited their inability to forecast their revenue stream to pay their obligations timely.
What assurance is in place that shareholders get an honest/fair prices for our holdings. I've held onto KZ over the years expecting a break out. Just as the complements of games and wvas is finally coming to fruition, the CEO decides to take it private?!!!
Long term holder of KZ here; Not being greedy. IMO, KZ warrants a much higher price than $8.56 offer. KZ has no debt to speak of and their "portfolio" of games are finally building up to be noticed.
How is $8.56 even remotely reasonable? The company has no debt to speak of, cash on hand over $165mill and a Book Value Per Share (mrq): 7.16.
Portfolio of games are finally bringing money; Their games bring in approx $90mill/ qtr. additional Game development are in their last stage to final launch.
Interesting! In hindsight, this volume increase signal that the Private Buyout info was already leaked and acted upon.
Until June 29th, the company did not acknowledge recieving a letter dated June 29, 2015, "announced that its board of directors (the "Board") has received a preliminary non-binding proposal letter, dated June 29, 2015, from Mr. Leilei Wang, chairman and chief executive officer of the Company, and IDG-Accel China Growth Fund II L.P"
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Bob, agreement with everything you stated. We are pretty much in the same boat.
KZ proposal is priced much too low, IMO. However, I am so tired of KZ and its board. I finally capitulated and placed my share at out of the money at $9.50/shr. I think KZ is worth lots more, as I didn't sell even when KZ was $14/shr last year. I am ready to sell KZ far below what I think it is truly worth.
I am fairly certain the proposal is going their (the CEO) way. They have majority of the control/sway of the board.
Just bought in yesterday. CDI appears profitable. The shadow stock model endorsement is good with me too.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
CDI appears to have a solid financial position based upon its debt.
What warrants such a large drop in share price?
CDI should do well going forward as in this slow economic recovery, the U.S. is not likely to get back to full employment in the near term thus sustaining the current business climate for employment agencies.
Sentiment: Strong Buy