You clearly think you think it is so much better for a company to keep making losses, the bigger the better, and I assume that if this happens then the SP is bound to rise. PINN is a prime example of increasing losses with those announced in Sept 2013 being the worst ever. However for some unknown reason the SP fell???
We have read and fully understand the trading updates.
The move into profit is the first in the history of COMS and as you will find out tomorrow will, it will be significantly higher that the approximate figure given in the trading update. However you would do well to pay more attention to the Q1 trading update when it is released.
When COMS made its bid for PINN just 9 months ago its SP was around 4p and fell to around 3p and PINN went up to about 24p. You only have to look at the SP's of both companies now to gauge which one is a success.
You clearly still believe in PINN, but is this based more on hope than any real substance? I hope that your faith is rewarded.
So you think coms are good value at 60 million? Can't deny the DB effect the sp though, how much are you down from the peak? At the end of the day its results that count. NS been in the job for 6 months, you hardly blame him for the sp performance if people want to sell it down. Lets watch this space shall we.
What a dreadful comparison, there is no comparison between DB and NS.
When DB took over COMS the SP immediately jumped by over 50% and never looked back.
The PINN SP closed at 10.75p on 17th Feb and the appointment of NS was announced at 7am the next day. There was a brief rise based on sentiment but now reality has hit home and the SP is down by about 30%.
There is absolutely no comparison between these 2 CEO's.
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