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[Okay, this is off topic, but it is a great example of the status quo, and an opportunity for we rather serious and gloomy minded folk to lighten up]

This morning a letter lands on the mat from a group inviting peeps to invest in pre-ipo companies. Here is their latest offering:

Smart Implant Holdings

Much as I'm tempted to launch into an avalanche of puns, I know how much you guys like to excercise your comic talents on stuff like this, and who am I to spoil your fun? Go on HPCers : knock(ers) yourself out! (doh!)

Edited by Sledgehead

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Guest Cletus VanDamme

I received this also. You're not subscribed to ADVFN by any chance are you?

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[Okay, this is off topic, but it is a great example of the status quo, and an opportunity for we rather serious and gloomy minded folk to lighten up]

This morning a letter lands on the mat from a group inviting peeps to invest in pre-ipo companies. Here is their latest offering:

Smart Implant Holdings

Much as I'm tempted to launch into an avalanch of punns, I know how much you guys like to excercise your comic talents on stuff like this, and who am I to spoil your fun? Go on HPCers : knock(ers) yourself out! (doh!)

a couple of points....

1 Does the investor ever get to hold onto the assets?

2 Is vertical growth expected from the holding partners?

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a couple of points....

1 Does the investor ever get to hold onto the assets?

2 Is vertical growth expected from the holding partners?

Can you take a stiffly leveraged position?

Is this something you would be likely to GO LONG on?

Edit: or is any premature asset softenning ahead?

Edited by The Colour

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I'm afraid I can't answer those technical questions.

the management are however hoping the whole country goes bust.

[see, I gave you a chance, but I only have so much patience]

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I'm afraid I can't answer those technical questions.

the management are however hoping the whole country goes bust.

[see, I gave you a chance, but I only have so much patience]

Can we expect long term asset buoyancy? (sorry)

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They reckon they'll average 12-15% growth a year.

Holy crap! Imagine the size of the things 10 years down the line!

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Just casting around for opinions, some say it looks attractive. Others say forward weighting makes them look cheap.

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Guest Shedfish

if i were still a baby i'd be holding these beveraged assets. sadly now they're just a mammary...

"gland all over"

DC5

good to see silicone valley on the rise though

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Will they float? The market looks fairly buoyant at the moment, little prospect of deflation. Managing the IPO on something like this could be a bit a handful.

The product looks good, but I think the customer may need an introductory offer. How about giving a free pearl necklace with every purchase, most ladies love that.

p.s. if milk prices continue to rise you could be sitting on a goldmine with this.

Edited by Smell the Fear

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