have a look round the boards........................most people are saying " never thought I'd see these prices again"....................not unusual whats going on just now, it seems 95% are down,...its what to do about it.Perhaps a great buying opportunity to come. I see one guy on a different board had invested in say half a dozen companies,...................lost £200,000+ from his portfolio, I dont mean a paper loss, i mean he sold and lost ! He's now left with £26k from I think it was £260k !!!!!! Imagine that! Terrible. Selling and buying where? Where would you buy at the moment? Anything out there is a minefield. Im staying and will most definitely top up again, no question. Just got to believe Tom isnt a bad guy /bad CEO overnight and he will see it right and the reason?....he actually does have a reputation to protect and there are not many,..if any that have that as a CEO and through time, maybe one year,..two years he will correct it because of that. DYOR. Just my opinion boys/ladies
My first foray into purchasing some shares. Months of research into PMG finally gave me the confidence that they were a professional company heading only one way. I had gradually built a little pot in them. Starting at 9p/share and topping up on dips. Was quite proud of myself. Never imagined in my wildest dreams the past year and a half could go down the pan so fast when everything seemed pretty much on track, bar their abysmal communication to shareholders. At the moment I cant see how this can recover its mass snowballing downwards as peoples stops get knocked out and more sells go through. I've been telling myself since it hit 190, people will see what a steal this share is on paper and buy causing a bounce...... Instead i'm just sat staring at the screen, watching my cash disappear and reading what people far more knowledgeable than I, in shares and the sector post. The conclusion I have come to.... Noone knows what the hell is going on and the lack of communication from PMG is just confounding the problem and fuelling the sells. Good luck all! Off to invest my remaining pennies into an underwear company and start googling divorce lawers!
I wonder if we will see Tom buy more shares? perhaps a chance to buy. On a similar note I had a look at around a dozen companies last night, all oil and almost every one down miles in the last 3-6 months, just like here and now in half,...we are not alone it seems. I also see that for example Oxford University are selling £3.3billion worth of shares in the next 10 years in the oil exploration line because it is deemed out of favour,......yes Glasgow University are the same, £1.9m only but still,....out of favour seems to be the wording.
obviously now broken the patience of not only his loyal investors but, more importantly one could argue, that of the 'market' as PMG's sp continues to plummet. High time that TC addressed this issue with a degree of urgency lest he the predator, becomes the prey!
Are you suggesting that the market does not know what revenues PMG are enjoying and what assets they hold ? You can establish this from their website as well as other sources quite easily . Much of this is down to absolutely dire communications and arrogance . It is unacceptable to treat shareholders with such disdain .
We deserve an explanation or at the very least some assurance that nothing untoward has happened to this company . We have been very patient and deserve better from a company which was held up to be an example to all others in its field . Failing that perhaps we should demand an extraordinary general meeting in order to seek answers .
anyone selling at these prices needs their head checks. how much lower can this go. id did say that last night and i bought some at £1.70 and at £1.47. this is below 10p from 3 years ago, would have been better in a bank earning 0.5% interest
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