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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: $0.49 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -2.00%
Volume: 220,328 | Day High/Low: 0.53/0.485 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.87/0.435
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:debs

I really hope it works out and that my sale of the common is a really bad one. The canceling of the rights offering was disappointing to me, mainly because the CEO and KST were no longer putting new...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:debs

well if it goes low enough I may buy more but what we know now, where is the turnaround, possibly 24 36 month with a possible some sort of restructure ugh  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:debs

You are a classic llennn, you get bullish on the way up and bearish on the way down. No matter what the facts are.  I sold my equity over the last few days but have picked up some debentures.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:debs

And if I use a method of gaming mathematics the downside is only 100% and the upside down maybe more than 100%, wait let me think, it's over values now so if I take a  rate and reply
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RE:debs

.50 yep, but its waiting for some gamblers to place bets first  rate and reply
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debs

the deb holders are waiting for the shoe to drop and the conversion of there interest payments to common shres. watch them fall...  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Mr Sifton

Look at the Debentures fall, is market pricing for conversion or paid by chips? Please I really would like to hear your method for all this madness  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Mr Sifton

Yes you are right the upside down is greater gamble  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Mr Sifton

Actually, > means greater than. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greater-than_sign i always thought math was universal but I guess you learned it differently llennn.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:buyout

and since the right offer was announced it is down -40%, therefore it appears to be a upside-down instrument  rate and reply
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RE:buyout

if the share price became .11 cents would someone invest 12k dollars into the company wouldn't think so as it appears there is no real confection and if the mar cap goes below 3 million, I feel the...read more
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buyout

customers only the name is worthless customers with contracts only thing I can think of  rate and reply
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RE:buyoutt

What would someone buy/ I just feel so sad that this will take 8 to 12 quarters, its terrible just terrible for all concerned, and it may amount to a total loss, terrible  rate and reply
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buyoutt

with 300 million in business and a book value of less than a nice house why has it not already been taken over is it the old  legacy gear and infastructure is it the longterm employees that have such...read more
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rts offering

i guess there was no apetite for the rts offering and it would be a big bust. sifton is rejoicing. he just saved $1m. the BOD looks stupid backtracking after 2 months.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Mr Sifton

Hold on a minute >.12 is not .12 it less than. First it would not be in line with free markets if he purchased at .60 when the pps could only hold below that, say like .50, one of the difficulties in...read more
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RE:Mr Sifton

If he actually goes out and buys that stock it would be great. Not sure that he will. i'm not sure how that relates to losses for long term shareholders. If he buys shares in the open market, there...read more
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Mr Sifton

In the Rights offering circular, Mr Sifton was willing to buy 1.75million shares at $0.60. He can now buy his shares in the open market at $0.50 or less. Superb winfall for Mr. Sifton, massive loss...read more
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news

or.. it could be that things are worse than they thought.. notice how they said that the 2015 outlook is about as expected as 2014.. managements almost always over project and given the cancellation...read more
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RE:RE:Confusing

That's up 100% of your previous prediction of 6 cents! At least we are going in the right direction.  rate and reply