Totally agree with the "MerseyMoaner"! Totally agree. Completely. But I rather fear that there ARE going to be few because a couple of folks on here have written about getting into SGH. The various journos who write about these things don't seem to be completely negative about Slater and Gordon's long-term prospects so, hopefully, this "crash" (if that's the right word) is not going to turn into anything worse. Today's reports seem to concentrate upon changes in UK insurance rules. I'm not sure what they're getting at all.
Tarquinpike, I'm not sure whether you meant by "we" being better off as "the company" or "the shareholders", but, whichever it is, you are, in my opinion, absolutely right. That money can be used by either party in further sensible investment. I just wish that the board would have the guts to go the whole hog and see what price they can get for the last remaining RT "acquisitions", Ingenie and Himex. I cannot see any kind of future in either of these two cash-burners, no matter how enthusiastic everyone on here gets about them. They are tech start-up companies which, alongside Bio-research and wild-cat oil exploration is just about the highest risk investment you can make. I keep getting asked when I am going to "commit" myself to increasing my sixty-two share stake in QPP. Well. Let's see; get rid of these two punts-into-the-fog and I'm all ears.
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