An update would be nice....... I'm not sure whats worse the boredom or the anxiety? They didn't promise to have the funding in September it was "A Realistic Aim". They are / were still "Very Confident that they will be in production in 2017". On the last interview Mark was keen to remind us about September financing and said "We are still on track". So an update to clarify the situation would reassure the share holders.
I can't see us going wrong long term if the funding is slightly delayed. Who know's he may surprise us yet....
macaumike, the very last sentence of your post relates to my experience with AFPO. I was in a position of making a 20K profit last year, instead of which I am now 18.7K down on the same share. I have learned this lesson the hard way and intend never to repeat it.
In an ideal world yes but AIM as we all know is not ideal and news we might expect to hear about if often delayed or not forthcoming? That is why it is important to do your own research and make your own judgement as to the risk reward factor. Most are in AIM to find multibaggers but just do not forget the other side of the equation. Do not too greedy as you may lose the lot.
Hi Jimbo I'm sure a delayed RNS here won't affect your strategy of buying on the dips as you stated a few weeks ago ..... Copied and pasted Agreed, I'm looking forward to H2 2017 to see where we are, hopefully production, and will be buying on the dips sub 0.1p between now and then as funds allow. If all goes to plan I don't think a 400% upside on shares bought sub 0.1p is unrealistic at some point in the next 18 months.
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