so,why is anyone still selling? The news ,when it comes out, from time to time has been of an expanding order book,rising income, reducing debt, directors' share buys, and satellites ( and orbital positions) poised to take an increasing market share. I have predicted SP rises before, but each time is has been the kiss of death. Every time this happened, I was unable to understand the logic of AIM. I have concluded that it is a neurotic market, jittery and either high on greed or out of its mind on fear. Sidevalve on iii simply helps ( wittingly or not) short sellers. This share price is bound to recover the pre Hylas 2 launch level- I would have thought sooner rather than later-the Company is in a stronger [position now than it was then.
Anyone else think the market have missed a massive trick regarding the cost of orbital slots? we gain the rights to 21 east where Artemus is positioned at present and already have Hylas 1 & 2 in position.
There does not seem much interest in AVN at the moment, The board over on iii has been ruined by some idiot called sidevalve who rubbishes everything obviously under some false illusion that anything he writes effects the share price quite sad really I used to like reading over there. Quietly in the background the share price here slowly creeping up and long may it continue. My plan is to stay invested here for another 3 years or so. Must admit I still wait for the day when we get a 'significant contract win' RNS. I can dream. GL all
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