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?
Thanks for posting this. Avanti are now communicating far more information through their website, and seem to be demonstrating increasing confidence in the various products and services they offer the satellite industry. Let's hope this increasingly translates into increased revenues, leading to a positive profit scenario. I remain optimistic for the medium to long term, despite still showing a paper loss on my holding. Wish I had more cash to snap up extra shares, at what I feel are bargain prices.
I work as a sales rep myself & have been in Avanti for a couple of years. I'm still down, but less so than a few months ago - & I didn't have the gall to plough more in at sub £ 1,50 I'm also here for the long haul & not looking to be tempted out on a fall (crash !!) or a medium rise. The point I will raise is that dependent upon the type of business you are selling, at certain levels a "case study" can always be one of the best tools. Generally, you need permission to use a named client in a case study, but with Avanti, this will be different I'm sure, in all of the negotiations that are currently being held, slipping into the conversations, coverage of Nelson Mandela's funeral, the Oscar Pistorius trial - have you seen the quality of these? - will reap many rewards. No need to mention who it is being carried out for (unless agreed) just the implication of the event & who was chosen to assist in bringing it to the world. I would assume anyone "on the fence" in deciding whether or not to commit to Avanti's proposals, will be mightily impressed. Lets hope for an increase in the number of contracts being won on the back of these events & any shorts closed as the maths will surely determine they need to.
Few sells go through at the Bid price and similarly few buys at the Ask. If a buy goes through below the mid price - nearer to the Bid - it is recorded as a sell. Folk get all upset and many consider it manipulation but buying and selling shares is a market and in a market we can buy at less than what is marked and sell higher. This is my understanding of the situation anyway.
I wonder if someone could explain to me why some 'Buys' are listed as 'Sells' and vice versa. I'm a bit of an amateur in these issues. Can anyone throw some light on this – I would appreciate it. If it's inaccurate, it might explain why the buys and sells do not often mirror the change in the SP.
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