Well done to those who took profits over 15p on the spike , however an exit now at around 9p is still likely to be preferential to what might be achieved in a week or twos time. All the best, whatever you decide.
I do not think it makes sense to fill this board with alot of"I said this" and "you said that", most appreciate that AIm moves very quickly and that peoples opinions change with it, that is each investors perogative, my view at 10p was yes the share had further to go and would continue in an uptrend, no time scale given at that point, I expected a period of consolidation around that price, I watched it getting overheated and it started to send out signals that it was going too high too soon. That is why I tweeted re possible placing. OK...I apologise for my initial post that attracted your response.. we certainly agree on the greedy placing that has taken place, it should have been the 8p to 10p you mentioned.
Imo everything pointed to a very positive outcome and why would you do a premium placing to then do a discounted placing?. I've never seen the likes of that and once again greed of management has been put before the need of investors.
Look, at the end of the day these things happen and it's not nice. I take a small amount of pleasure in the fact that I did call this at 5.88p and it's still a whopping 80% up on that. In the same breath, not nice for those who paid above 11p but I think they will be OK longer term.
That placing should have been done at 8 to 10p. Really no need for what they done and yes the markets have been bad but not on that scale. This was pure unadulterated greed.
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