This undervalued joke-of-a-stock has constantly been making money for the manipulators by fluctuating between 33-39c on the slightest bit of bad news, that does not even affect the bank, or on no bad news at all. It's failed to climb to 40c on continuous good news, and even today has only bounced back by 1 cent when all other banks (and other stocks) have recouped yesterday's losses.
Agreed I am been a little bit cautious about puttingany more of my hard earned lolly into the market. We could see a few more twists and turns in this chinese dragon before we are done. If we go sub 30 cent I am in I think.
Hands up john ......I recommended eurobank at 11c.......but lets be fair ,I recommended it as a punt(gamble) not an investment(investments have returns)....... and unlike gambling on the gigi`s ,this horse is still on turf and the race isn't over!!
My reason for the punt was I didn't believe Greece would leave the euro.(the haven't but it didn't uplift the stock market, sadly)
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