Being in this share now for over two and a half years I have obviously kept a close eye on the movements of this everyday,we all know about the ups and downs in daily movements.People invest here for the long term and also for daily trading,I have noticed over this time that we have more red figures during this period of any month my observation only.That is why I came to the conclusion that monthly "takeouts" occur from the institutions,remember they are in it for profit aswell.They poured millions in here from the lows of this share and also into the 138p extra share sale two years ago,they like everyone else would have made money from the early investments of Oct/Nov 13,but at today`s price of 145p just 7p,not much for two years investment.Remember we have no dividens here so monthly "takeouts" are obviously a way of recouping some extra for themselves.As I said earlier it is only my opinion why these dates always correspond to lots of red figures here.
At least you don`t live up to your "chat name", between 12th and 17th of every month you can expect this share to drop.I am sure institutions take a small profit at this time,still not sure of the daily sale or buy of just the one share is it some sort of code for the big boys? Just a thought.
Agree with Harryhorsewick. Have been getting old "waiting for the cows to come home". That is why I sold at 150p and it is dropped again (145p) - just like numerous times before. You need to be alert (take action - not just watchy) to get anywhere.
With the Chinease sniffing around and likely to add significantly more anytime soon I wouldn't want to risk being out for the sake of a few % here or there. Trading can be bad for the heart if your timings out too. I still believe there's more to this deal than meets the eye.
If anyone craves the adrenalin rush buy some COMS....
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