Hi Notes, Admin's post is worth reading if you haven't read it yet. http://shareholdersofafc.freeforums.org/post826.html#p826
Is that a fact Ianous that any take over would have to place an offer above the 12 month high...? The SP on 01/10/13 was 41.75p with a gradual slide to the low 30's in Dec '13... Synical but perhaps an inside job take over would wait until late Dec '14 and offer us mid 30's pay us off, then start signing contracts...? :(
If on the off chance this is a takeover (which i don't believe it is - but I've been wrong before) then at least the offer price would have to be above the 12month high. Which is pitiful value for the potential AFC has but means most should get their money back. This is getting painful and i think everyone should contact the company to tell them so.
Takeover? - Well they'll have to start negotiating with me then. ;)
I always get nervous when a new finance director is appointed. I hope it's just the fact that the markets are very nervous right now even though our fund managers in the UK for 2013 had 1 trillion sterling on their books.The highest ever to date.They have been criticised for not supporting start up companies and frankly I don't blame them since communication and transparency are at best obscene. Have a f.....g great evening.
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