Pour yourself a stiff one. I get no pleasure from this,but I predicted serious problems for this stock as long as 4 years ago. AIM listed stocks are always risky. I believe some of the directors though have shafted you all right up your arses. Be patient, take a break and only reinvest when you are refreshed. Buy a quality stock next time.
Unfortunately I have been away and missed the delisting notice. Can anyone advise on what my appropriate next steps are? Thanks!
RE: Delist - what now?
Easy! Project gets sold/JV to the Chinese. The complete lack of detailed information on any test results put me right off, though AMED seem confident in it. How much shareholders get once the company is private and even more in the dark regulatory wise is what made me sell, its 86 or so % AMEDs now after all.
Delist - what now?
Can someone describe a scenario where people actually get their money back on these delisted shares? Would be much appreciated.
Its a real shame I always thought it was a well run company, The victim of an Iron Ore Crash, mainly
Everyone loses in the AIM casino, i reckon its in the doldrums as a large number of investors have been burnt and no longer touch it with a bargepole! Best of luck to all holders, its big dividend shares only for me from here.
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