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  • Re: Not a business by Flinny
    Mon, 18 May 2015 11:42:00 GMT

    Absolutely spot on. Sold most of my shares at a massive loss, however hung onto some just in case something surprising happened. No surprise today as the company have ceased to trade. By Flinny
  • Not a business by Tried and Tested
    Thu, 14 May 2015 12:20:00 GMT

    Insetco has had no revenue for a long time and has no prospect of any. This company is merely a shell that has been used by those who control it (not necessarily the Directors) to make large profits out of rights issues. A certain Mr W has done very well. Most other investors have lost their shirts. By Tried and Tested
  • 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
  • RE: silence is deafening by Terrafin
    Fri, 22 May 2015 10:14:30 GMT

    Broker - thanks for your comment and feedback - let's hope the statement proves positive for us all.
  • RE: silence is deafening by Broker11
    Fri, 22 May 2015 09:48:25 GMT

    Terrafin I spoke with Ivan yesterday evening and there will be a statement issued and likely today. He said the announcement had been delayed as lawyers needed to give it the green light because there was some sensitive information within it. He seemed more than happy to have a conversation with me and will offer the same courtesy to any shareholder. Insetco will be around for some time to come, I am confident of that I just don't know in what form, private or on one of the junior markets.
  • RE: silence is deafening by Terrafin
    Fri, 22 May 2015 06:42:49 GMT

    Newstate have you spoken with Ivan ?
  • silence is deafening by newstatetrader
    Thu, 21 May 2015 17:04:30 GMT

    Why no statement to shareholders? Ummmm You think that is acceptable? I think administration.
  • Pain by BuckIGIT
    Thu, 21 May 2015 09:59:08 GMT

    Id like to inflict pain on these so called senior management (rogue buinessmen) , something akin to light switch scene in the film Taken..
  • Where is the chairmans statement? by newstatetrader
    Thu, 21 May 2015 09:49:34 GMT

    Or any statement from the company after cancellation????? Utter shambles from the company
  • RE: Miller by Millertime
    Wed, 20 May 2015 12:47:46 GMT

    Why would INC being delisted affect how Melken and Quantus carry out their due diligence? If. Insetco folds they will be able to find another firm to do the monitoring. If you as a shareholder don't believe in the contracts will come to fruition why would anyone else? If no one believes in the business, being listed won't make any difference as no one will buy the shares and it will have cost to complete the listing. You would only list post deal as that would reinforce the business model, if not best to return the money you would spend on listing to shareholders. But I agree the. Canadian exchange would be preferable to plus markets.
  • Miller by newstatetrader
    Wed, 20 May 2015 10:39:36 GMT

    Why not list on the Canadian exchange? If it's a Canadian operation? I can't believe they still think it's coming? Surely the fact of us being delisted was enough to get the deal through? I am not convinced
  • RE: Miller by Millertime
    Wed, 20 May 2015 08:56:18 GMT

    He does, if not they'd have packed up before now.
  • Miller by newstatetrader
    Wed, 20 May 2015 08:43:47 GMT

    Does he believe the contracts will still come?
  • RE: Miller by Millertime
    Wed, 20 May 2015 07:57:03 GMT

    I had enough thanks Newstate. As far as I am concerned the company has enough cash to run until at least the end of the year. This is and always has been about the 300k contract, if this comes in then there will be enough cash to run the business in the short to medium term and will lend credibility to any future listing attempt. There is no point attempting to list until the contract comes in as it will give credence to TW and his accusations of dodgy dealings, however, resisting when there is cash flow would see this share well above 0.1p. If we were still listed our burn rate would be greater and there would be more chance of going bust, albeit we would have the value of a cash shell as a backup, which would value the shares at about 0.03p. For all those who invested / stayed invested because they believed that the contracts will come through then this is no real setback and if anything gives longer for this to happen. It reduces the liquidity of the investment in the short term but long term, if the company comes good then I am sure there will be plenty of chances to sell up. For all those who are short term traders and never believed in the business to begin with then you were speculating and should have known the risks. I suggest that all the posters on here free up their diaries for the AGM and put your questions to Ivan directly. A matched bargaining facility would limit the cost for the company whilst allowing shareholders to sell as an interim solution for those needing to liquidate? I have since spoken with him and had a very constructive discussion, as stated above I have always been in until the contracts come in or the company goes bust and as it is in my SIPP the delisting doesn't have too much of an impact liquidity wise.
  • Miller by newstatetrader
    Tue, 19 May 2015 22:28:17 GMT

    I hope you didn't have too much? I am sure you have spoken to Ivan since? I guess the conversation wasn't of a polite nature? Chin up mate and hopefully we can all move on from here's.
  • Whete we are..., by newstatetrader
    Tue, 19 May 2015 22:21:46 GMT

    A goner? Not far off. The shares are cancelled from aim but we still hold the shares via our accounts. Options? Still below. Realist on AIM with a new broker and NOMAD? Zero. TW and his crew made sure at that and after recommending this bailed after a couple of days leaving investors high and dry. Not for the first time and hopefully he will stop recommending tips on SIM at £5 a month to cost investors thousands. Junior exchange??possibility but we need to a contract now. Private company? Dead in the water. Is it over for all my money? 99.9% YES. Bring Ivan and Barry to court for fraud and incompetence? Expensive and unless there is a lawyer amongst us, probably not! The accounts show massive over spending and therefore some money has gone somewhere, and needs looking at. The director who jumped before delisting? Did he care about your money you lost which is to provide for your family?? No!! A disgrace to himself and his family that he was not willing to stay and sort out the problems he was part of. Anyway I just hope everyone is ok and not too over exposed in this dog sh£t
  • Andyken by newstatetrader
    Tue, 19 May 2015 22:07:46 GMT

    Mate, unfortunately in life some people like the fact they have lost money and therefore gives them satisfaction to troll others. Why they don't troll the people who have done this is another matter. I just hope everyone is ok and not lost too much money. Ivan was away on holiday for two weeks when the NOMAD gave the boot. Who in their right minds carries on with their holiday during that time when its was so crucial???? He even told some shareholders it was business?? Taking the p£?) YES!! It's even like he forget his role as a director at the end telling myself that it's our fault because they we trying to be open and fair!!!' Hopefully this is the end of Ivan career and Barry's, Let's look at Ivan linkin page over the next week or too!'!!
  • RE: It's a goner by Andyken
    Tue, 19 May 2015 20:27:19 GMT

    I wish you'd leave town and not grace us anymore with your vile presence.