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Member Since: Tue, 11th Oct 2011

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Last Posted: 23 Apr '14



23 Apr '14

Under all shorters....and have the pleasure of playing a small part in shorting the shorters, then consider joining the party and voting for this e-petition...

http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/62851

This is an e petition asking for the banning of shorting to be debated and passed in Parliament...

As our so called regulators appear to be unwilling to act, then maybe other methods should be used and this is one..
Investors should be protected from this practice which involves the loaning out of your shares to be then sold back
Into the market with the aim of destroying value and manipulating the market particularly on AIM which the government is offering incentives for ordinary investors to invest in...

Risk is fine but manipulation by a small number of wealthy individuals and hedge funds is unacceptable when there is a simple solution to stop it, it is unacceptable in what is supposed to be a market for supporting business and growing the wealth of the nation...

Risk should equate to an investment that the individual investor owns in any business.

Thank guys and good luck
23 Apr '14

Hi all

You want to stay on track and let the business do the talking then consider this....

http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/62851

This is an e petition asking for the banning of shorting to be debated and passed in Parliament...

As our so called regulators appear to be unwilling to act, then maybe other methods should be used and this is one..
Investors should be protected from this practice which involves the loaning out of your shares to be then sold back
Into the market with the aim of destroying value and manipulating the market particularly on AIM which the government is offering incentives for ordinary investors to invest in...

Risk is fine but manipulation by a small number of wealthy individuals and hedge funds is unacceptable when there is a simple solution to stop it, it is unacceptable in what is supposed to be a market for supporting business and growing the wealth of the nation...

Risk should equate to an investment that the individual investor owns in any business.
23 Apr '14

http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/62851

This is an e petition asking for the banning of shorting to be debated and passed in Parliament...

As our so called regulators appear to be unwilling to act, then maybe other methods should be used and this is one..
Investors should be protected from this practice which involves the loaning out of your shares to be then sold back
Into the market with the aim of destroying value and manipulating the market particularly on AIM which the government is offering incentives for ordinary investors to invest in...

Risk is fine but manipulation by a small number of wealthy individuals and hedge funds is unacceptable when there is a simple solution to stop it, it is unacceptable in what is supposed to be a market for supporting business and growing the wealth of the nation...

Risk should equate to an investment that the individual investor owns in any business.
22 Apr '14

After all these months I have my answer, Management.

Management the key insiders with their fingers on the pulse....
Trust them at your peril now, duplicity, and a lack of accountability and competency appear to be apparent..IMO

My next question is where is their target market and what has changed since last year that has resulted in declining margins and stagnant revenues?
19 Oct '13

Hi jolly,
Interesting company.....whats with all the people in the know selling up...@108.

The figure seem fine so why the sales....

GL
16 Oct '11

'Over half of the revenue should be will be from internally designed and developed power systems, driving operating margins in 2011 of 23.9%. This is 5% increase on the record set in 2011. There is also scope to scale up the operating margin in 2012 when the state of the art facility in Vietnam comes in production in the 1st quarter of the year'. SHARES magazine 13 October 2011
13 Oct '11

I think the Independent article is one option that i believe is wrong. XP reported revenues growing by 20% and in the previous interim that margins had increased and the dividends have increased in each quarter. The reason for the decline in share price i believe is the change in management. There are not many companies a consistent growth record in both revenues and profits and rated on a p/e 8 PEG .7. Although the growth in revenues will not match last years they are heading for 15% with profits growth of 20%.


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