More big losses

Tuesday, Jul 05 2011 by
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The company showed an increased losses for year 3 with reduced revenues. The sales through Ford clearly have not happened. This spring the chairman changed rapidly twice, a sign of problems. From the accounts it looks bad, could run out of cash. Not a good investment, best sell while you have a chance.


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Octagonal Plc, formerly Suretrack Monitoring Plc, is a United Kingdom-based investment company. The Company is engaged in the provision of tracking and fleet manage

Share Price (AIM)
1.7p
Change
-1.5%
Mkt Cap (£m)
20.6
P/E (fwd)
n/a
Yield (fwd)
n/a



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