post at 12:21 intended for West11, apologise b1uesky.
RE: RE: MONI AND PROXAMA
Whilst I agree with parts of your assessment, might I suggest that one hand clapping does not make any noise and does nothing but cause wind. As with all shares there is a degree of volatility, with less proven companies being more so. Understand your beliefs or stated beliefs, however the quantity of posts on the same subject makes me nervous and I hold the share and believe there is something there.
RE: Share price
You are right anything can happen, would just guide you to MONI's SP over time and its growth. I was short some 20% after first buying in, but have more than made up for this in cash and on paper. Depends on your time horizon, if the shares were only trading in the UK would think a dip was on the cards (and still may be), but the base has broadened so I think the trading patterns may be slightly different than the past. Would argue that any good news with results will further broaden the base of investors in the USA. However as you say anything can happen and DYOR.
MONI treaded water during all of 2013 between 30 and 40p. This was because earnings was catching up with evaluation. We could see the same here again 2014.A price increase this year will depend on earnings growing faster than expected. This is a long term hold and is dangerous to short/long on a daily basis. The charts I think show a dip down to 70p over the next 3 weeks.
Moni has been flat at 78s and 79s recently. Will we be seeing the 60s again anytime soon? I know anything can happen but wondering what other people think. I bought in at 75p.
RE: RE: MONI AND PROXAMA
agree that merger is unlikely (not impossible..), but to suggest PROX is pump and dump, clearly you have NOT done any research on PROX..... sweeping and unfounded comments like these helps nobody....these forums are to discuss our investments, share constructive thoughts, discussing the sector at large including competitors....
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