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Data Group Inc T.DGI

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Business Services
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.DGI.DB.A| DGPIF

Data Group Ltd provides document management and marketing solutions. The Company operates in the following segments: DATA East and West and Multiple Pakfold.
Price: $0.06 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 421,700 | Day High/Low: 0.06/0.05 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.87/0.035
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RE:RE:RE:going private

notes are obviously underpriced, but it'll evidently take the market a week or two to figure it out.   rate and reply
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RE:RE:going private

If you do the math, the debentures are stii a great deal. $10,000 worth today will cost you $4000 plus $225 in interest. At the end of the year you will have around 90,000 shares pased on the more
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RE:going private

I think its good news for the debenture holders, assuming this goes through .Maybe some risk that KST isn't on board as they noticeably didn't use the word unanimous when discussing more
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going private

Hi Method. You said you owned the debentures not the common. Share to comment on yesterdays news?  rate and reply
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RE:Going private

I've seen this happen before. They will do a 1:100 Reverse Split; making the current 10 cent shares worth $10 (in theory). Then these remaining shares will drift back down to 10 cents, more
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RE:RE:RE:last hope

I believe there is an issue with that.. since I believe the conversion is the last 20 days up to december 15 or something like that? so the conversion price is going to be around the 8-10Cents? lol more
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RE:RE:last hope

Sorry to all those that lost money here, question is what happens to the stockprice going forward from here? is it worth buying some here at 0.09 cents to let it ride for the long term or not?  rate and reply
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RE:last hope

Last Hope? The official line is that they will use the saved money to "grow the business" !!! GIVE ME AN FN BREAK!!! They could have waited to see how 2016 panned out, since they will more
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RE:Debenture Conversion

Sifton should be paid his salary completely in shares from now on. Maybe he would learn what it's like to have his interests aligned with that of the shareholders. And he should not be given more
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What happened?

David O'D must be spinning in his grave. Look what Mike and Mike (Dumb and Dumber) have done in a few short years. And just when it was looking like DGI might turn the corner in 2016, they cut more
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last hope

as a debenture holder I hate this but it has to be a last resort effort to save the company the cost cutting is just prolonging to keep the lights on what this company does is going away quickly more
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RE:RE:Debenture Conversion

I am always amazed at the irony related to these type of decisions. When a company is facing a liquidity squeeze, existing shareholders should always, in my opinion, have the option of putting up more
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I warned all of you

to sell at .80-1.20 and to sit on the sidelines.. Basically existing shareholders just got wiped out. This company went from incredible value to shareholders to nothing in about 3 years....   rate and reply
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RE:Debenture Conversion

I completely agree. But seems as though shareholders will have little say in this.   rate and reply
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Debenture Conversion

Hopefully all of you have read the news today. I'd encourage people who are opposed to the conversion, which in my opinion should be BOTH equity and debenture holders, to dial into the more
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Going private

I suspect the reason for Sifton's appointment is to take the company private. Then it is free to do whatever it likes. Once they go private they can rid themselves of all their middle more
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RE:I'm a buyer here

a falling knife with a diamond edge. nothing stops it.  rate and reply
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I'm a buyer here

I'll start off by admitting this is a very speculative bet. The business is in decline and there's very little visibility in terms of revenue and profits. But there are some levers the more
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getting better

adding to your thoughts on the coo the new vp of ops is from a quick print photocopy operation not sure if that is best for the future you have. to make a lot of photocopies to bring back a more
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RE:just let go

Tikiunder, where did i say I disagreed with Investorline?   rate and reply

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