Hi Rob The obs. concerned what might be construed as the trading of apparently a single block, of a seemingly unusual number - 301 shares - 'repeatedly'. The inference I draw, from this example, is of deliberate manipulation of SP around prices set by PI's designed to activate when prices fall - to sell, or rise - to buy.[not hard to deduce when its your daily business, and your 'take home' depends on it!!}. Looking at the trades dealt, '99%' are automatic - without the income from dealing them, 'they' would be hard pressed to buy shoe leather, let alone Caribbean Islands! IMHO
That's my understanding of the 'A' for 'Automatic' at the RH side of the deal. Please correct me someone, if I'm wrong?
I see it differently, if one believes in a company, 'am I bothered' that someone is shorting? not really. I know that when the results start coming through, I am the one that is going to see a big increase in the share price, and am prepared to buy a share knowing that someone has taken an opposite view, to my investment. I like it when there is a big short on a company, as when it reverses then the gains are going to be bigger. My view.
Respectueusement, je vous demande si la France est la provenance de votre message.
Back to English writing. I am not entirely sure what your 14:56 message means, but I appreciate your observation of the multiple trades @301p. Maybe 301 is a lucky number for today's prolific AVN trader.
I think that we are due a quarterly update - before 15 May which appears to be is the deadline for filing a 10Q in the USA and the bond holders should have asked for this so they can monitor progress - as this was promised in an RNS - presumably as a condition of the refinancing. Could that be a reason for the low volumes and what to the untutored eye seems to be the regular large UT type purchases?
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