Great results from ALU, we should finally have some good movement in this share now
29 Jun '15
Yes its a very very quiet board, I think with the lack of movement over the last year, its kept many an investor away. But dividend is reasonable. With disposal there should be an increase in revenues and net profit and then hopefully an increase of share price which like you say should get us some more interest and a steady increase in buys. How far the share price will go, I have no idea, lets just hope now that the company is leaner that there is a predator around the corner.
25 Jun '15
Hi PP. I was beginning to think I was on the Marie Celeste so it's good to know that there's at least two of us. I bought some shares in February on the back of an IC recommendation and until last week had next to nothing to show other than a dividend, so it's good to finally see so positive movement. It will be interesting to see how far it goes and how quickly but buys seem to be steadily increasing now. Good luck.
24 Jun '15
Hopefully todays 5% rise might explain something for you, and long may these kind of rises continue. I was in the same boat as you, in that I have been very close to selling recently, as the share price has been very slowly dropping back. Just hope now we may get some momentum to carry this share upwards.
13 Jun '15
Does anyone have any news or progress report on the decision to off load Alumasc Precision (I think that's what it's called), or any other views as to why the sp has not really moved up in recent months. I had hoped for something more positive and I'm looking for a reason not to move on. All thoughts welcome.
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