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  • Tom Winnifrith Bearcast by JakNife
    Thu, 02 Apr 2015 14:12:00 GMT

    Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - Insetco bargepole special:


    replace with "share"

    By JakNife
  • Opening Paras on Website by Cwmgwrach
    Tue, 13 Jan 2015 07:55:00 GMT

    Insetco specialises in the assimilation of dislocated asset classes which are uniquely structured and distributed via its tailored structured products programme. The objective is to match risk-reward characteristics for institutional investors whilst generating equity returns for its shareholders.

    Its current focus has been the US Life settlements market where exceptional risk-adjusted returns have been observed. Proprietary analysis and use of external consultants across the many embedded risks in the asset class has enabled the company to present a rounded proposition to investors and shareholders alike.

    Bo**ocks! By Cwmgwrach
  • Re: Buying by arborman
    Thu, 08 Jan 2015 19:03:00 GMT

    JakNifeInTheBack methinks, nice steady bounce back after the recent boost By arborman
  • Re: Buying by JakNife
    Thu, 08 Jan 2015 08:44:00 GMT

    Poor saps, it's a crying shame that they don't understand the economics of the business and thus how they're going to lose a big chunk of that cash. By JakNife
  • Buying by BOWOOD
    Wed, 07 Jan 2015 14:47:00 GMT

    Some quite serious buys coming through. By BOWOOD
  • News? by BOWOOD
    Mon, 05 Jan 2015 15:29:00 GMT

    Any one know if there could be something going on here? By BOWOOD
  • 2015 by BOWOOD
    Thu, 01 Jan 2015 13:01:00 GMT

    I think we will see INC attract more speculative trading in the new year but we will need to be smart to sell at the right time and not to be too greedy. By BOWOOD
  • Re: Cheap by JakNife
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 21:33:00 GMT

    Sadly the company hasn't changed. Those who think that they are "investing" here are actually throwing their money away. I imagine that loads of bucket shop brokers have been calling people up and telling them lies to try to convince them to buy this junk.

    People, if you've been called by a bucket shop broker who's trying to sell this junk to you then please name and shame them here.

    JakNife By JakNife
  • Re: Cheap by BOWOOD
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 14:03:00 GMT

    I think you will find that the company has changed and the way forward will be somewhat brighter. At the current levels I am more than happy to buy in again. I think a couple of thousand invested here will make me more than the same amount in Tesco and will be more exciting. By BOWOOD
  • Re: Cheap by JakNife
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:24:00 GMT

    The company has a track record of issuing shares via convertible instruments at ever lower prices in a manner that pass significant benefit to the convertible investors. People buying today are essentially paying a 50% premium to the 0.1p at which convertible holders will be able to buy the shares. The investors in the convertibles have shown a track record of:

    (a) short-selling into the market
    (b) converting and using the shares received to close their short

    Those buying today are paying a 50% premium for shares in a company with no material tangible assets with a business line in a dubious investment class that has previously seen a number of significant financial scams, eg:




    There is no sensible investment case here.


    By JakNife
  • Cheap by BOWOOD
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 14:46:00 GMT

    Having seen INC up to 0.36 and now down to 0.16 I feel the fall has been overdone. The projected earnings from their first deal was not bad, there will be more to come and the M/C of less than £1.5m I feel is on the mean side. By BOWOOD
  • Re: NOW THAT IS WHAT YOU CALL AN RNS!! by eurofil
    Fri, 28 Nov 2014 08:18:00 GMT

    yes the rampers have left the building lol.
    By eurofil
  • Re: NOW THAT IS WHAT YOU CALL AN RNS!! by alltold9
    Thu, 27 Nov 2014 15:50:00 GMT

    Agree 0.36 was good enough for me! By alltold9
    Thu, 27 Nov 2014 08:11:00 GMT

    Have done well here but out today as I feel the M/C cannot be justified and I'd hate to loose such a gain. By BOWOOD
  • Re: NOW THAT IS WHAT YOU CALL AN RNS!! by alltold9
    Wed, 26 Nov 2014 20:10:00 GMT

    Look at the value of the RNS compared with the market cap. Says it all!! 0.90p tomorrow? By alltold9
  • Newstatetrader by musiclondon
    Sat, 25 Apr 2015 07:34:26 GMT

    That gives some comfort. I'm surprised the there was no one (company secretary?) who would know the procedure. We don't need any more own goals.
  • Music by newstatetrader
    Sat, 25 Apr 2015 05:32:50 GMT

    Cairn told me that they were happy to wait fir INC to find a new NOMAD that's why they gave them 2 months to do it. But when they failed to tell them about the EGM it was the straw which broke the camels back. Cairn were happy with the contracts which is a positive. They weren't happy with the way they went about things and the EGM circular shows that and what they were up against. I think it's a case of Ivan and Barry are too naive to run a listed company rather than anything dodgy. Time will tell. Miller time, do you get the feeling that the new NOMAD has done due diligence and now INC are stalling because of the cost? Are they talking to other NOMADS? We all appreciate you going to the meeting yesterday. Cheers
  • EGM by musiclondon
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 21:56:45 GMT

    Can it be that Cairns objected to the original purpose of the EGM? Is there something hidden in the terms of service? Or was it just the last straw in an already broken relationship?
  • Miller by newstatetrader
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 21:08:05 GMT

    That's Bulls&;(). I have spoken to cairn on two separate occasions about INC who have been more than helpful and honest unlike Ivan and Barry. Ivan said it was because we were too small, cairn said no it's because they found it very difficult to work with Ivan and Barry because of the way they were doing things. Nomads just don't resign without good reason. It just doesn't add up. What are your thoughts Miller, you seem positive?
  • RE: Miller by Millertime
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 20:36:38 GMT

    Notice was given due to the size of INC apparently, relationship was actually good. Yes the general meeting announcement for today was the one that led to the immediate resignation.
  • Miller by newstatetrader
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 20:09:29 GMT

    What I don't get is that cairn we not happy with the relationship with Ivan and Barry and gave them more than enough time to get a NOMAD. Then they issued a release without NOMAD looking at it first and therefore enough was enough and resigned ASAP. Was the EGM circular just the general notice circular?
  • RE: Are we doooooomed miller time? by Millertime
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 19:45:20 GMT

    They are in talks but I got the sense that they know the position we are in and are seeing what they can get away with fees wise and there is a bit if a stand off, we have Cairn to thank for this. If they'd given us a gentle hint to find someone new instead of giving notice I am sure we would have had a new nomad by now.
  • Meeting by MrTriumph
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 17:48:16 GMT

    I think I will change the theme here "doomed" doesnt look or sound good, and probably more importantly not true. Thanks to Millertime for attending and posting the update, I'm sure everyone will agree we all very appreciative. Sounds like things should start unravelling shortly, I suspect the 2014 accounts and AGM will be one of the first things on the agenda, hopefully preceded by a new Nomad and a lifting of the suspension. Mr T
  • RE: Are we doooooomed miller time? by newstatetrader
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 17:24:20 GMT

    'Confident' not co fidget! Lol!
  • RE: Are we doooooomed miller time? by newstatetrader
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 17:23:03 GMT

    That sounds positive at least. What did he say about the NOMAD? Are they co fidget of a replacement? Cheers
  • RE: Are we doooooomed miller time? by aston74
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 17:16:57 GMT

    thats good to knowthanks for letting us knowany news on a NOMAD
  • RE: Are we doooooomed miller time? by Millertime
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 17:13:27 GMT

    I don't believe so, he was very honest and open about all matters that were thrown at him, albeit there were certain possible developments that he was unable to elaborate on as they could be considered as price sensitive information regardless of the current suspension. Suffice to say that I will not be looking to sell my shares following a relisting, exciting times could be ahead for us in the coming months!
  • EGM by musiclondon
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 17:10:25 GMT

    Did anybody go?
  • Are we doooooomed miller time? by newstatetrader
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 16:23:24 GMT

  • Today's meeting by busicat
    Fri, 24 Apr 2015 15:27:40 GMT

    Will be fascinated to see what is reported from this.