report that when they have bought shares, their buy shows up as a sell. I've yet to read the opposite. In my limited understanding of how the market works, I think that if a price is dropping, then there are more sellers than buyers. I might be naive. I just don't understand why people would encourage others to keep buying into a falling price. Is Fastjet the only company on the market?
RE: First African Made 4x4
Technically Mobius's Vehical is also african made. http://www.mobiusmotors.com/
First African Made 4x4
She was hit by a birdstrike yesterday .
Re Topping Up
Marksman, I believe your right to top up and be positive, always hard to guess the market when there's a general fall in the Markets because of Greece, but I always see it as a buying opportunity. Reading the reports on the development in Africa going on, I think Fastjet will be off to a positive remaining six months of this year. What ever happens we should have at least 5 planes and two additional bases before the end of the year and with Malawi launched now only a matter of time before we increase frequency on that route too. It's the Kenyan news though that I feel will be positive as the Kenyan authorities will know the consequences if refused again. Something tells me July is going to be the start of some good news stories coming our way.
My philosophy Fjetcrazy and, rather as you say, D9Ber1, is that I remain very optimistic despite the ages we've all been waiting, that one or more of the major news items WILL be announced out of the blue, any of which could cause the SP to jump several pennies within hours if not minutes. So if I am that convinced, I may as well buy in now when the price dips lower than I've seen for a long time rather than miss the sudden rise when it comes -- as it surely will! :-))
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