Yet again the trade at 1635 has to be explained. ..... that trade is the best price for all the buys and sells that were not executed during the day so could be a buy or sell, even if it was an O trade £54K is hardly massive. Not trying to sound off but this share is definitely not for the novice or faint hearted as it can bite really hard. I should know I'm only £25k down on my initial investment due to DB's lack of transparency especially with the McC bid fiasco and Nissins amazing spur of the moment purchace ( not that im saying DB tipped them off - he wouldn't do that , he is squeaky cleen)
I bought in a couple of years ago at around 45p and from that minute on the share price never rose until earlier this year. I sold out at the first opportunity at zero profit and then had to watch it rising way beyond that for the last few months. All I know about this share is that it can be very volatile. Any predicitions about high future share prices need to take account of the fact that it's just as likely to be be 25p-30p in a few months too. I wouldn't be interested in buying in again unless it fell below 35p. Even less than that. My impression of the board of directors is that they are excellent at making awful excuses but not much else. I had a friend at school who specialised in implausible excuses to explain the lack of homework. At the time it was funny but after a while it just gets embarrassing. GD reminds me of that. Too hot/cold/wet blah blah. How would he cope in a country with truly unstable weather. I mean this is Britain - the weather doesn't get more unpredictable than this.
Not really a good investment if we have to check the weather prediction. Personally I don't think my eating habits change due to the climate with exeption to bbq on a really sunny day. I still eat loyd grossman sauce which is our fav amongst other pfd products. I personally think something is going on and would go so far as to say the issues in the last rns were pre engineered. No invested in here at the moment got out at 43p before it continued to 56p after years being invested. Funny that it continued to rise up to the price it was just before McC walked away and sp tanked. All this is making me think seriously whether I want to re invest in this company.
At the start of September the weather was changeable with high pressure to the south and a west to south-westerly airflow over the UK. The unsettled regime continued for the first five days, but southerly incursions brought hot and humid weather, especially to the south-east, on the 7th and 13th-15th, separated by a wet spell on the 8th-10th. The 13th saw the highest September temperatures since 1911, but at the same time there were widespread thunderstorms in the west. The second half was changeable with frequent frontal systems interspersed with brief fine interludes, but temperatures generally remained above the seasonal average.
The provisional UK mean temperature was 14.6 °C, which is 2.0 °C above the 1981-2010 long-term average, making it the equal second warmest September in a series from 1910. The positive temperature anomaly was generally higher by night than by day, especially in the west. Rainfall was 103% of average, and it was a dry month in most counties bordering the North Sea, but a wet month in many western counties. Sunshine was 95% of average, and was mostly near or rather below average except in East Anglia, north-east England and Aberdeenshire.
The UK monthly extremes were as follows: A maximum temperature of 34.4 °C was recorded at Gravesend (Kent) on the 13th. A minimum temperature of 0.1 °C was recorded at Katesbridge (County Down) on the 22nd, and at Aboyne (Aberdeenshire) on the 26th. In the 24 hours ending at 0900 GMT on the 12th, 92.4 mm of rain fell at Skye Alltdearg House (Inverness-shire). A wind gust of 62 knots (71 mph) was recorded at Loch Glascarnoch (Ross & Cromarty) on the 27th.
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