If Nick can keep the SP between 9-11p for a few weeks and then buy lots more in a placing at about 5-6p I reckon his last director buy will have been worth the minimal outlay of £10k. That will strengthen the balance sheet and help his average.
Re COMS - One incorrect figure in the results hardly means thy have iffy account issues. The selling was overdone and recovery will come soon. I think it is more that likely that something significant will come out before the AGM.
still overhyped (DB halo effect), arguably overpriced rel to comparators (incl EIT, PINN)...yes profitable but does that justify such substantial premium.... and vulnerable to further revelations / unraveling (the accounting issues around suspension struck me as shoddy/shocking)
Your CEO only bought £10k worth and that hasn't even doubled his initial holding. If you think that is a vote of confidence from the boss then you are the amateur, which is the correct spelling of the word. Mind the spike.
Still on the watchlist Korg for sure. See how it plays out but has risen a decent amount in a few days so let's see. Jolly need to look again at EIT I feel. Difficult with these tech stocks I find, quite a few similar and in the same market. TRD another. Volume is a bit of an issue at the moment with EIT.
intresting craig, but after a director buys I'm expecting good news.
Again look at EIT MCAP/TURNOVER and compare to pinn. Not saying your wrong, just saying.
Pinn will start to cost cut, renegotiagte supplier discounts (the ceo is ex-virgin) etc and up their margins etc and now they have someone who knows how to run a business (rather than just buying businesses! re old ceo)
Keep your eye on Nick, he's a smart cookie. The new david brieth remember! You read it here first.
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