I would love to interview the CEO in front of the analysts.
Get out fast before the lifeboat sinks or have blur won a new contract to paint it?
I always worry about CEOs who talk in language that isn't spoken by the man in the street-and who don't mention the words profit or cash unless under duress. I mentioned a while ago that this felt like Just2clicks-a real disaster story from the dotcoms-the only winner was the CEO who peddled the story and trousered a few million before the model unravelled.Worth having a look back at that fiasco when you have a sentimental or weak moment towards Blur
I got out at 150p, with a big loss. But sounds like even then I made a pretty good decision. I feel sorry for those who are holding with big loss. I would suggest get out while you get. I think more and more investors are realizing all these big contracts talk are just smoke and mirror which never translated into cash
I have to say that this is starting to feel/look terminal-another knock and there will be a rush for the exit
This was sell at 600p when I advised...a sell at 400.300.200.100 and @63p One of worst 12mths debut ever on AIM
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