A very balanced research note with enough in it to make a convincing case for getting in early. PINN now has the management and strategy in place to make real progress and the market appears to be beginning to believe that a genune and sustained recovery is on the cards. CTP first, then MXCP followed by CSI and now PINN, all of them with links of one kind or another and all involved in different ways in businesses which are becoming ever more important and are united by a commitment to providing a personalised service which meets the needs of customers rather than being part of some some mega profit-driven and anonymous company. I wonder where to look for the next undervalued and refocused company ready to be turned around?
I always see lots of posters go on about companies having to prove themselves first and then they might invest. WHAT NONSENSE lol. If they proved themselves then the SP would not be a rock bottom bargain!!! The trick is to get in BEFORE they prove anything but with the knowledge that it is in hand. You have to take some RISK in order to make the big money in this game. I take well researched calculated risks. And so far this has proved to be the most lucrative strategy. With less than 60 million shares in issue any news will send this up several pence in a day imo.
Remember Livingbridge VC LLP didnt recently buy a stake here for fun!! either. Obviously they made a case for them to invest in along with MXCP. When they had the recent placing it must have been discussed. All we have to do is sit tight and it will be delivered into our laps.
Yes but the recovery is being speeded up/fast tracked with the new Director from Accumuli coming onboard to beef things up along with MXCP and the Chairmans statement which made it clear they are on the acquisition trail. Its all starting to come together.
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