The absence or infrequency of director deals is my elephant in the room.
Re:pipesarecalling, theres more
proof today. When the likes of UBS today and very recently, Panmure Gorden, etc increase their targets for Man Group, there is little or no response from mm's, any that occurs quickly evaporates . Yet when the likes of the Espirito Bankrupt bank and Numis put forward their iterations the mm's fall over themselves to opportunistically drop Man's share price to sub-realistic levels. That's why I have an inkling that some entity such, as Goldman Sachs maybe, may be conspiring to hold Man's price down to facilitate a cheap 120p or so t/o. Is it such a coincidence that Espirito recently received a big loan from Goldman Sachs and happen to be a Man mm. (Links have already been provided for the information I base my opinion on.
Hi there, just to reiterate I don't give advice nor do I want advice. I make suggestions based on relative links. Regarding your post, I have been in Man Group a long time. I certainly know it was institutions that helped to drive Man's price down. Although Man Group'a AHL funds have recovered and have the addition of GLG, FRM, Numeric, Pine Grove with another in the offing apparently not forgetting the recent 4.5% share buy back, IMO, it is certain institutions that are holding this share price back despite all the improvements..I agree that Google etc wouldn't take any notice at all of us 'retails' but they are sure taking notice from somewhere.
Is Google Finance being used in
the shorting of Man? 7.48 am Google Finance showed Man had dropped to 113.76. . . . . . . . . Yet the last trade of Friday was . . . . . 17-Oct-1417:49:08117.89223,094Buy* 90.00120.00263.01kO 117.89 Just another example added to that, any inclement news for Man is shown by Google Finance over and over again for months on end, yet any good news, if ever shown, is quickly removed. Almost as regular as clockwork Google Finance ignores any decent news of Man.
Re Warren Buffet
About 3 weeks ago, he said on the financial media that he had full confidence in the bull market rally & that he was ‘fully invested’. Apart from his Tesco loss, if his statement is true, I wonder what his paper losses are now ?
Don't bother listening to them, Jeffery's had a 100p target for London Mining and see where they are now - kaput! If brokers got it right, they would all be Warren Buffet now....few things don't bother with AIM and don't follow brokers...GLA
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