Cheers MuD for the info about the shorters. Watching the sp over the last few weeks has been like watching our beloved team. Full of potential but going backwards. At the end of the day it is the fundamentals that are paramount not the day to day sp, which is determined by buy and sell orders fed into robots. Manipulation is easy if you have the funds and knowhow. The big boys always want bargains and built in profits. Their orders will always be at basement prices. If you look at all Brokers recommendations there is always a vast range. There will usually be a hidden agenda. Would anyone trust a Broker. Although the sp may go down further, this must be a great top up opportunity.
Downgrade, why ?
The markets a funny thing, what ceases to amaze me is why an upgrade has little effect, and yet as soon as your hit with a downgrade, down we go....Or at least I presume that's why this has gone down. I read the last RNS as pretty decent, so therefore why the downgrade ? Is it because Goldsacs want to get in at a cheaper price ?!
Joe / Searcher
I obviously spoke to soon.....lol. Have faith my friends!!!!!......cough cough 143.75 - 144.50
very much so mate.......... pmsl...... ManuDave, morning mate, for a couple of seconds I thought that you were going to be right, but should have know better lol........
I thought it would be blue yesterday. Does that help?
Are we going to bounce today and end blue I wonder? I think up today....
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