The Real Battle Begins?

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redetin says:
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 11:30
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smartbhoy says:
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 10:36

I still can’t get my head round the institutional investors, surely these men/companies, whoever they are, are experienced investors and would not touch this with a barge pole. Unless there’s been nothing near to £17m invested and there’s no way they’ve paid over 35p a share.

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Because…Capital losses can help cut your tax bill!

There’s nothing wrong with losing money on some of your shares. You just set it against gains you make on other deals. If you sell at a loss at the right time you can get quite a reduction in your tax bill.

(David Low hinted at this on Radio Scotland this morning in relation to the RIFC offering).
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If that was the case and I’m not saying it isn’t, then everyone would intentionally buy shares they know are going to go down in value because they’re going to get quite a reduction in their tax bill.

It must mean that the money they lose investing in a failed share issue is less than the money they save on their tax bill? That means basically you can never lose when investing then, it’s a win win situation in my eyes. You have your gains and the reduction you get on your tax bill from your Capital losses is more than your losses.

Doesn’t make sense.

There’s something seriously fishy going on and there’s a lot of smart gentlemen on here who’ll eventually find out……….

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The Real Battle Begins?
” Only between £3m and £5m had been brought in from fans by last night.”

From the article in the DR.

Why is there a £2m discrepancy in how much they say/know/estimating has been bought by fans?

More claptrap by Green. He’ll know exactly how much the Sevco Fans have invested.

With the figures he’s stating, I’d say it’s more likely to be around maybe £2m or under.invested by them.

I still can’t get my head round the institutional investors, surely these men/companies, whoever they are, are experienced investors and would not touch this with a barge pole. Unless there’s been nothing near to £17m invested and there’s no way they’ve paid over 35p a share.


The Real Battle Begins?
Probably nothing to do with your’re discussing at the moment, but I think it’s very ironic. Ha!

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=476011462442602&set=a.134598523250566.13970.130723576971394&type=1&theater


The Real Battle Begins?
And here we go again! Haha!


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Past the Event Horizon
bryce9a says: (41)
November 28, 2013 at 1:37 pm
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Smartbhoy, You may disagree with and find bryce9a’s opinions elsewhere distasteful, however as long as he does not cross any line here he is entitled to the benefit of the doubt and protection from hearsay.
Please play the ball and not the man.


Past the Event Horizon
The Daily Mail article is a complete non-story.

A very well placed article to deflect the hordes eyes from the imminent financial implosion on the South Side of the city and the Daily Mail’s main point, which was an opportunity to try and smear the name of the Labour Party.

Spin, spin, spin and more spin.

Celtic negotiate very good interest rates for loans and overdrafts, exactly what is illegal about that if anyone can guide me to any specific law?

I have a very good credit rating, my friend doesn’t….I always get better terms on Credit cards, always get interest free credit if needed to purchase items, my friend can only get a credit card with a minimum credit limit with sky high interest rates and if his washing machine breaks down he can’t get any interest free credit so he needs to go to a certain supplier and pay extortionate interest rates if he doesn’t have cash at hand to buy one.

Celtic, a very well ran business who pay their Taxes and National Insurance contributions.

Though maybe TRFC should complain to the SFA to ask V. Lunny to investigate why Celtic have received very favourable terms from the Co-op Bank and why they can’t get credit facilities from any major high street banks.


Beware the angry Shareholders — they might just demand an answer!
Coming back from dinner with my sister and her family and my Brother in Law has Radio Clyde on. I had to endure this pathetic radio station and their football phone in.

I really wish all Celtic fans would stop listening to and calling into it. They’re just embarrassing themselves.

Do they realise by listening to and calling this show, they’re paying the wages of the people who’re employed to host it?

You’re funding a man banned from Celtic Park, a man who’s employed by Rangers TV and various other individuals who at the very least constantly try to bring negative publicity to the club you all declare to love.

They’re ill-informed, untruthful and broadcast plain and simple propaganda.

I doubt any fans of the clubs in Edinburgh or further North bother their arses with this tripe.

Let it become a Sevco love in, who cares.

While I’m at it, purchasing the red tops who in the last 30 years haven’t been shy in sticking the boot into Celtic. ” Biscuit tin mentality ” ” Thugs and Thieves ” ” Celtic R.I.P ” and many, many more.

If you wish to fund alleged journalists to abuse you and your club , feel free to carry on with your sadistic behaviour.


Beware the angry Shareholders — they might just demand an answer!
blackboab says: (15)
November 12, 2013 at 11:16 am
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Your question is, are Celtic fans thought of better than old Sevco/Rangers fans our is it just our perception.

a) Amsterdam and it’s events were discussed to death last week, on here and various other social media websites, there’s no point bringing it back up.

b) Go and research yourself about what peoples thoughts are. I as a Celtic fan can give a neutral point of view without ” Green Tinted Specs ” .

c) Go and ask your friend to give you more facts, backed up with evidence regarding this list they sent you.

d) The morning that it becomes public that Craig Whyte and his connection with Green is under police investigation and the licence for Sevco/TRFC to play football in Scotland could be revoked, you trot out a stupid list, that is factually not true…… spells only one thing to me……..troll.


Beware the angry Shareholders — they might just demand an answer!
I’m still waiting on Jim ( I don’t know the difference between administration and liquidation ) McColl revealing the investors behind Blue Pitch and Margarita.

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/rangers/lid-to-be-lifted-on-gers-secret-backers-141092n.22568121

” The findings are currently being scrutinised by McColl’s lawyers and they are poised to make make the information public within days. ” ( 31/10/2013)

It’s now 12 days later and still no public announcement. What are you waiting on McColl?


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