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PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2006 4:53 pm    Post subject: Vonage Stock Reply with quote Back to top

Very Happy

First, Vonage Dilution only ocurs if the investment banks and the preferred shareholders cash in everything. Don;t be stupid they aren't going to tank the stock.

Second the company just did a 1:3 reverse split so the amount of common is now reduced.

Third, go look at the roadshow on ipohome.com you'll see their growth is almost as good as Google.

Fourth, Sprint just spun off their local company and the new company is trading in the 40's.

Fifth, Vonage is no skype. Om Malik and Mark Evans and the rest of the so called gurus are jealous that Vonage has done a fnatastic job.

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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 9:29 am    Post subject: Re: Vonage Stock Reply with quote Back to top

bman1 wrote:
Second the company just did a 1:3 reverse split so the amount of common is now reduced.


The 1:3 (approximate) reverse split is documented in the prospectus and is only related to the pre-IPO stock in the company and is inconsequential to the IPO...

"...all information in this prospectus ... reflects the conversion of all outstanding shares of our preferred stock into a total of 123,069,420 shares of common stock upon the closing of this offering and reflects a 1 for 2.8 reverse stock split..."

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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 11:38 am    Post subject: Only 25% Reply with quote Back to top

I am kinda pissed that they are doing the split. I put in for 1000 shares and now i will only get 300. This makes me feel good about the stock though that so many people are in on it.
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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 2:06 pm    Post subject: Re: Only 25% Reply with quote Back to top

sgroi135 wrote:
I am kinda pissed that they are doing the split. I put in for 1000 shares and now i will only get 300. This makes me feel good about the stock though that so many people are in on it.


That's not what happened. The split was to the existing privately held shares of the company, not the shares that are going to be issued through the IPO. You will still probably get your shares unless there is a high demand and they need to impose the limits discussed in the prospectus.

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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 2:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

which sounds like the case... I posted to another topic a article I found on marketwatch today. It stated the source "theflyonthewall.com" as saying that the IPO is multiple times over subscribed. So it looks like we won't get the full amount of shares we put in for.
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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 2:41 pm    Post subject: From Vonageipo.com Reply with quote Back to top

This is directly from the site. Looks to me that people have put in offers for more stock than is available.

Eligible customers who choose to participate in the Vonage Customer Directed Share Program must submit conditional offers to purchase at least 100 and no more than 5,000 shares. In the event that eligible customers submit valid conditional offers for more shares than have been reserved for allocation in the Vonage Customer Directed Share Program, we will allocate shares for purchase by eligible customers as follows:
We will first attempt to allocate shares to all customers who submitted a valid conditional offer by reducing each customer’s conditional offer by a percentage and allocating shares to each customer in the amount of his or her reduced conditional offer.
Each customer’s conditional offer will be reduced by the same percentage, rounded up to the nearest 100 shares. No conditional offer will be reduced, however, to below 100 shares as a result of this pro rata reduction.
We will reduce the conditional offers by the lowest percentage that will allow all conditional offers, as reduced and after rounding, to be filled. We will not, however, apply a pro rata reduction that exceeds 75%.
In the event that not all of the conditional offers, as reduced by 75% and after rounding, can be filled, the following allocation model will be used:
Conditional offers, as reduced by 75% and after rounding, will be filled in size order, with the largest conditional offers filled first. For example, any conditional offers for 5,000 shares would be reduced by 75% and rounded up to the nearest 100 shares, resulting in conditional offers for 1,300 shares. Each of these conditional offers would be filled with 1,300 shares prior to filling any conditional offers for fewer shares.
In the event that not all of the conditional offers of a particular size can be filled, but there remain shares available for allocation, conditional offers will be filled within the particular size by lottery.
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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 3:07 pm    Post subject: Re: From Vonageipo.com Reply with quote Back to top

sgroi135 wrote:
This is directly from the site. Looks to me that people have put in offers for more stock than is available.

Eligible customers who choose to participate in the Vonage Customer Directed Share Program must submit conditional offers to purchase at least 100 and no more than 5,000 shares. In the event that eligible customers submit valid conditional offers for more shares than have been reserved for allocation in the Vonage Customer Directed Share Program, we will allocate shares for purchase by eligible customers as follows:
We will first attempt to allocate shares to all customers who submitted a valid conditional offer by reducing each customer’s conditional offer by a percentage and allocating shares to each customer in the amount of his or her reduced conditional offer.
Each customer’s conditional offer will be reduced by the same percentage, rounded up to the nearest 100 shares. No conditional offer will be reduced, however, to below 100 shares as a result of this pro rata reduction.
We will reduce the conditional offers by the lowest percentage that will allow all conditional offers, as reduced and after rounding, to be filled. We will not, however, apply a pro rata reduction that exceeds 75%.
In the event that not all of the conditional offers, as reduced by 75% and after rounding, can be filled, the following allocation model will be used:
Conditional offers, as reduced by 75% and after rounding, will be filled in size order, with the largest conditional offers filled first. For example, any conditional offers for 5,000 shares would be reduced by 75% and rounded up to the nearest 100 shares, resulting in conditional offers for 1,300 shares. Each of these conditional offers would be filled with 1,300 shares prior to filling any conditional offers for fewer shares.
In the event that not all of the conditional offers of a particular size can be filled, but there remain shares available for allocation, conditional offers will be filled within the particular size by lottery.


This information was made available from the starting point.

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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 3:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Can we please stop posting info from the DSP site and/or prospectus? Those reading these pages have already seen all of this information and it makes no sense to post it again.
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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 3:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

That's an outstanding idea.

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