I've no great understanding of the charts but just do a rough cast with your eyes at the following:- Bring up the QFI share charts. Click on the five year graph. Cast your eyes over the year 2010 and take just a rough guess at the average price that year. Now do the same 1 year at a time for the following 3 years. Now make a rough estimate for next year. If this prediction does'nt work I'm off back to the Tea Leaf/ bottom of cup system. ATB. borolad
Can someone please show me where quadrise have promised that the share price will significantly increase prior to the commencement of commercial operations?? I can't find it anywhere. All I seem to be able to find is statements saying that commercial operations are starting in 2015 and that it will be a watershed year. I think I am going to sell my shares and then look to buy back in when they have announced the signing of contracts. Hopefully I'll still get in at the same price.
Tiziana, the subject has been covered manifold. QFI are totally at the mercy of Maersk regarding public statements. Maersk are a huge Company, very experienced in PR and know full well the implications and ramifications of Press releases.
QFI fundamentals have not changed, unfortunately we shall have to wait until Maersk dictate otherwise SIMPLES ! ..........
I think the Questor comment about high risk needs to be put in the context of the typical Telegraph investors he is 'advising' and the sorts of shares he usually discusses - i.e. standard blue chips. He's just making the point that Aim shares like QFI are high risk in comparison, which is fair enough. But is QFI high risk when compared with some other Aim shares? No, which I guess is why he is covering it in the first place.
Every time a company mentions a forward date unless it's very close it's a license for a sell off. Qfi is a great share and the sky's the limit but aim investors want it here and now the impatient will sell and buy back cheaper
Another problem that I see is the lack of clarity on the " share trades" : the quantities sold are often confused with those purchased. I gave this morning a purchase order that is not in the statistics of orders
I think the real problem is that management is not giving enough information to investors about the future prospects of the company: agreements with refineries on the quantity, trade agreements already reached, etc. Vague information on Latin America do not help I do not think that this information is confidential , but that would certainly give confidence to investors . However, if this information is not available this could mean that we are still far from a concrete business plan.
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