How do you know share price will recover, may go to 3p, I would not catch a falling knife but your money.
RE: Timing averaging down.
Are you shaking the water ball vigorously enough?
Timing averaging down.
I have to admit I'm very nervous about this share. I originally sold out on results day when it dropped from near 10p to 8.3p and then I decided to buy back in when straight away it started to rise again. Not the wisest move but that's done now. I've seen it fall and fall thinking it can't go much lower. At these prices it looks to be really cheap and I can double my holding for half the cost now and bring my average down quite a bit. Just want to time it well now. What do you think it will take for us to get moving north again? I don't need to buy at the bottom I don't mind buying back at 6.5p for example but want to buy when it's clear we've bottomed out and are going back up. Any advice for me to consider?
Just been reading your posts, Were you going on holiday when you posted will pop back in a week or three on Monday at 12.44HRS
RE: Lee Campion
"hinking", wtf ??? enough red wine now :-)
RE: Lee Campion
B*gg*r , just saw Vegas's post, now hinking about it, it could have been the mm's in the chapel armed with a cross candle thingy-mi-jig , while a Bollinger Band played mournful tunes in the background ? :-)
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