Yes, good to see a man who has done so well in life, giving so much back for no financial reward. Quite different from our X Prime Minister, Tony Blair, who will only take on any role where there are large financial rewards.
I do agree that it was right that the appropriate people were present in Kenya to greet Bill Clinton, and if that was the reason for the cancelled meeting, then it is a small price to pay in comparison to the benefits he is bringing to the people of Kenya and other African countries.
Just to add to my previous post, what a surprise (not!) that Bedpug bought very close to the bottom of the drop around consolidation price and is already nearly 20% up.
I wouldn't nornally question such posts, but when the posting is continually negative, yet they're back in for every rise, just to sell at the top of the spike and then return to the negative stance, it's about as believable as flying pigs.
If only the 'smart money' could learn us such skill and technique....
I've said this several times, about bedbug aka Ian Pegg, but he truly is the most obnoxious, arrogant poster I've ever come across on ANY board.
The fact he reckons he's the 'Smart Money' proves that point. As a comical anecdote, I remember when he was spouting his usual rubbish on the 'other' board and he ridiculed anyone who suggested that IIs may be interested and point blank said anyone who thought so was an idiot (or words to those effect)
Yet he still returns as the 'expert' here.
In fact, the bragging he does around profits are mainly pure fluke.... I was in the same time when we had a massive spike in the false rumours of an Emirates agreement. He sold out on that spike. Hardly something the 'smart money' would have been able to predict, a random rumour?
Whenever he spouts rubbish and gets pulled up on it, such as with the NAV the other week, he vanishes for a few weeks and then comes back as the 'smart money' thinking everyone would forget the last effort he made!
"Stop attacking the smart money out of desperation." ===== It's really very amusing that you tinpot little rampers and derampers consider that your few shekels represent the "smart money". Most of you boys don't even bother to read the accounts - presumably because you don't understand them - and I doubt that you waste much time reading the RNS's either. For sure, you have clearly demonstrated that you don't have a clue what NAV means and that's not very "smart".
The real smart money - $75m of it - arrived last month from sources who really are smart. And the smarter PIs realised that neither the dilution nor the consolidation would hurt the SP - when all the unsmart money (eg yours) was talking the SP down. But the SP only dipped slightly and quickly recovered so I very much doubt whether the unsmart money is back in, nor do I care. It is probably gazing wistfully at the horizon, wondering how it got it so wrong.
"I doubt Ebola ever really affected the share price. Wrong side of the continent." ===== You're wrong again. Most travel and tourism stocks were hurt by Ebola sentiment, ie the fear that the virus could spread. And that fear also reduced the number of people travelling to East Africa on business or holiday. Fastjet wasn't affected operationally but sentiment and fear took a considerable toll on the share price of companies in its sector. I assume you haven't asked Henderson why they started selling down their FJ holding soon after the outbreak took hold?
So you and your ramping/deramping chums can save yourselves a lot of trouble by giving up on FJ now. The properly smart money is invested by IIs who look to be in for the long haul; and the majority of the PIs are long term holders who have already proven that they aren't going to buy or sell anything based on your misleading posts.
This is not going to reach 5 ukp anytime soon, not saying it won't, just saying it will be a slow steady rise.
I doubt Ebola ever really affected the share price. Wrong side of the continent.
As an investor surely you should know the value of an entry point. For what it's worth I am back in at 102, which I have to agree with Nuri is only 1p in old money so nothing to write home about yet. I will add if I see breach 160 which is a huge technical level. Even if Nuri or I decide to invest more we will still be below your average I would guess.
Stop attacking the smart money out of desperation.
I am already in profit, again, as an investor. It's like I said, continued buying, funding issues resolved, and hopefully some good news coming, otherwise the share price will spike, and drop. It always does.
So, after telling us that you were looking to get back in under 1p, you missed your chance?
Regrettably, the long-running Kenya licence saga is all factored in so don't get your hopes up based on this.
But you never know. FJ could announce another placing if the cash ever runs out. In which case, it's only fair to warn you that the SP could be £5 by then.
Or Ebola could break out again - although it's only fair to warn you that the authorities now have the facilities and resources to nip it in the bud next time.
Of course, the full year results will report a loss - but it's only fair to warn you that the market isn't expecting anything else so you won't get much joy there.
You have my sympathies because you must be dreading the positive news flow which seems nailed on to start flowing any day now. But try thinking like an investor instead of a day trader: Investors are in control here now and they won't be selling because you want them to. Nor will they care about entry targets if they think the company is growing.
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