I predict while this company is going ....that the share price will go Up ....and then it will go down and then it will go up and then down again ....at what prices depends on what the buying price and selling price are along with results and news flow ......I would be interested to know the date at which it will reach 30p and also the date it will be 70-80p so that I can back the crystal ball method . Until someone can give me these exact details ....I will continue to take my chances based on what ever facts I see or hunch that I may take .. :-)
His prediction was that it would go down to 30p and it's not there yet so claims of having a crystal ball are premature. Having said that it's certainly closer to 30p than it is to the various overly optimistic predictions such as people in the spring saying it would be 80p within a couple of months (that time has passed) or last chance to buy at 50p when it then drops another 10 pence. No one has proved any good so far at predicting this share as far as I'm concerned. I'm just glad I put on stop loss when I finally got back in profit.
Might buy back again if the 30p turns out to be correct but then if it gets that low I'm not sure I'd have the nerve. PFD - not for the faint of heart. I'm still wondering what it would take for this to turn around - certainly good results would help but they have been unimpressive recently and new gravy lines don't seem like enough to get the job done. Still hope it comes good for the long termers though. It would be nice if patience was rewarded and while I won't buy back in here yet if I was holding I wouldn't see at this level either.
I understand what you are saying but I would rather get a buy recommendation than a sell. And the fact that all the director buys are way above the current sp gives me a bit of hope that these recommendations are are partly correct
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