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Toople Plc Share Chat (TOOP)



Share Price: 0.395Bid: 0.39Ask: 0.40Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Toople Plc
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 2.56%Open: 0.39High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 0.395


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MissGolightly
Posts: 4,240
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.385
RE: Got it wrong again Miss G?
16 May '19
Is that you jealous Mr Investrip...?!

Chase me....i’ll let you catch me...

Miss G
:-))))
 
Investrip
Posts: 73
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
RE: Got it wrong again Miss G?
16 May '19
You two love birds finished.... ;-)
MissGolightly
Posts: 4,240
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.43
RE: Got it wrong again Miss G?
16 May '19
Thank you. Much respect

miss g
:-)
foxyjenny3
Posts: 11
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.43
RE: Got it wrong again Miss G?
16 May '19
My apologies as I believed you were insinuating that I was a gambler, which is not the case. I share your discomfort at the losses incurred by many who do actually gamble away money they simply cannot afford to lose, and which in many instances can cost them jobs, homes and even marriages. Though at times tending to be unsympathetic towards such individuals, believing that everyone makes their own decisions and must stand or fall by them, I have mellowed somewhat and understand how easy it is for the undisciplined to get carried away by rampers on these sites but more importantly believing in companies and directors who simply do not deserve that luxury based on past history. Sadly many out there do not bother to research the backgrounds of the individuals who are behind many of these AIM companies, and believe that just because one company can offer significant profits in a relatively short space of time then all others will, which is in fact, the opposite.

With regard to staying invested here and being excited about future promises, I am afraid that first of all it was never my intention to stay invested here as I saw no likelihood of long term profitability that would warrant such, and secondly having bought and traded in several companies that have had DB either at the helm or, as you so appropriately put it, lurking in the background, a pattern has always been prevalent utilising rises in price to draw people in and then crashing, never to regain the price many people buy in at, all seeking their fortunes. I felt that my buy in price was at a good level and was prepared to wait an anticipated 5/6 months before the expected increase, if my suspicions were correct. In the event that I was wrong I am able to lose the total amount used to buy in (albeit not happily) but sure enough the price reached the level I had expected and, though not selling at the very top, I sold at what I was happy with to earn my profit. I don't expect any significant increase in the price now, though I may be wrong, but I am content with a profit and not being greedy. Being greedy has been the ruin of many who have played with AIM and I note that many have bought in now at 43 and 44 p, hoping for that elusive multi. Personally I believe they have missed the boat, but who knows? Best wishes.
MissGolightly
Posts: 4,240
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.415
RE: Got it wrong again Miss G?
16 May '19
Very interesting Jenny ... and refreshing intelligence. Apologies - I did not mean to intimate that were you a "gambler"... can be a truly devastating curse for some... merely referencing the unpredictable outcomes that are AIM shares such as this - built on hot air companies with overpaid Execs milking their shareholders,

Believe it or not (and many I accept, don't) - its because I see so many sad stories of folks loosing their savings, homes etc etc on these boards, that I get so cross with outfits such as this that get away with their so called entrepreneurial adventures at the expense of the rose tinted gullible - or merely over excited. Like you, some of us have great experience of DB - so you are very wise. He will always be lurking in the background here ... and he's waiting on his £550k loan repayment - which will make a massive dent in the cash positon here.

However (and please indulge me) ... surely your success was a well timed "punt" ...? if not - why would you not just stay "invested" - excited about the future promised prospects ...? You sound too intelligent to have actually have been impressed by the prospectus "strategy"... Nothing at all wrong in a punt if that is what one recognises it for and is prepared to loose as much as they gain. I myself did think about throwing £1k (only!!) at this in the low .2's - only because on balance of probability in the SHORT TERM it would go up (the definition of a punt surely?) - not driven by strategic success company performance - just the natural swings of market fickleness (and pre results collusion / hype). But I'm no hypocrite ... and also I wanted to buy some new plants for my garden instead... :-))

Anyway - I'm still pleased for you!

Miss G
:-)
foxyjenny3
Posts: 11
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.415
RE: Got it wrong again Miss G?
16 May '19
Certainly not a gamble, and I most certainly am not a gambler. I would also not buy any share listening to so called rampers who are evident a mile away. I would also not buy back into this share. Knowing DB for a number of years and how his business ventures acrue finance and are solid for a time before slowly, and sometimes not so slowly, collapsing into oblivion, I see nothing with this share to make me think this will be any different as the pattern is the same as other DB companies. I do, however, believe that anyone looking to make lots of money by hanging in here will almost certainly lose a great deal if they believe the price will escalate much more than it currently is. So I have been in, made my profit and am now gone.
MissGolightly
Posts: 4,240
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.415
RE: Got it wrong again Miss G?
16 May '19
I’m very pleased for you. Gambling is indeed fun and can be rewarding. Of course you might not be feeling the same if you were one of the unfortunates sucked in by the rampers at 0.7 and above with no doubt a lot more than their dinner money down the pan!

I’m happy to be “wrong” at times here. For sure it will go up again at some point (tho look at the current trajectory!) but choosing your entry and exit points here is pure punt and not for the faint hearted.

Well done with your gamble ...

Miss G
foxyjenny3
Posts: 11
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.415
Got it wrong again Miss G?
16 May '19
I am so glad I ignored the ''wisdom'' of Miss G with regard to her slagging off the chances of making money from this share, when it was 20p. Having sold at a profit of 100% AGAIN I can only smile at the self conceited soundings off of this person. LOL




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