They are always quick to drop the price on any sniff of bad news, profit warning, broker devaluation on any share whether main listing or AIM. Any good news and it is a slow process to get back up again. Not sure where this is going either but keeping options open as indications are that there is still further to fall. Usual for any AIM stock to be well below any broker pt. I suppose we can think ourselves lucky that we did not have a Gotham style report. I might stick to oilies as tend to make money on those as it is easy to understand the business.
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