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Is the Bull Market over? Andre Minassian says no! Watch here

Is the Bull Market over? Andre Minassian says no!


Beowulf Share Chat (BEM)



Share Price: 9.875Bid: 9.50Ask: 10.25Change: -0.25 (-2.47%)Faller - Beowulf
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 7.89%Open: 10.125High: 10.25Low: 9.875Yesterday’s Close: 10.125


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EricDraven
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ed44
Today 18:08
Well, unfortunately it didn't make it into blue territory today Ed. With the unrealistic published spread, as it looks now, I wouldn't be surprised if the mms drop it tomorrow. Just to cheese us off and try and manipulate more shares out of our grasp and into the Swedish vaults.

They should be fined heavily just for publishing a misleading spread, never mind for playing about with the sp as they so please.

In my opinion.

Better regulation definitely needed, but it won't happen. This is the UK, still with jobs for the boys. Dark ages. Bah!

Rant, chunner.

:-(
 
EricDraven
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ed44
Today 17:55
Not so sure about the rapidly developing companies part either. Ha ha.
ed44
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martina
Today 15:43
Thanks for that. It sounds like a much fairer arrangement than ours Our senior markets have more control with the use of the SETS system and tight regulations but the AIM is I think protected by a crooks charter that allows them to basically do as they wish. somewhere in my little dealing office I have a copy of the AIM mission statement in one section it says words to the effect that "The AIM is an exciting market for new and rapidly developing companies. It does not have the depth of regulation imposed on the senior markets". Ain't that the truth.
EricDraven
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Suzy2
Today 15:19
I am like that too, no stragglers, all nice round numbers.

Easier to manage. OCD heaven.

:-)
EricDraven
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lbjj
Today 15:10
That's the key lb, not to go into panic mode. I won't be and I doubt you will either, but thanks for putting that nugget out there. Lol.

I think break-even first priority, then we can concentrate on what the Company actually has and how it will be developed. To be fair, I'm not sure how many of us longies are even thinking about Finland at the moment. News of Licence granted on Kallak, then perhaps we can relax a little. Certainly not panic.

Unless the sp is a quid. Lol.

Cheers lb.
Suzy2
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Today 15:03
Is now 10.15....just bought a few to complete my ISA, don't like having odd numberes. Strong day, surprised it didn't fall...probably go down tomorrow now but doesn't matter, I'm long on this.. :-)
martina07
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Ed44
Today 14:54
Its simply an electronic , order driven deal book, with no market makers.

Investors, Brokers and Institutions can place their orders and levels on the book and when they match, they are automatically executed. That's Y the spread is only 2% and not 10% like it is in the rip-off UK.

The UK is the only quote-driven market left in the civilised World, and it needs to change.

I bought stock @ SEK112 this morning and the bid was SEK111. Now that's a proper market.

IMHO. DYOR.

IMHO, DYOR.

The UK are the only quote-driven market left in the civilised World, and it needs to change.
martina07
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Ed44
Today 14:51
Its simply an electronic , order driven deal book, with no market makers.

Investors, Brokers and Institutions can place their orders and levels on the book and when they match, they are automatically executed. That's Y the spread is only 2% and not 10% like it is in the rip-off UK.

The UK are the only quote-driven market left in the civilised World, and it needs to change.
ed44
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PS
Today 14:41
With the Swedish SP at 1.17 ours should be 11p. I guess it willl all even up at some time.
ed44
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The Swedish Market.
Today 14:35
I'm not sure how the Swedish market works since I discovered that AktieTorget is not the market but a brokerage company with the right to trade specified shares. However it works it appears to work well and they are doing a fine job today, far more controlled than our chaotic market.

They are doing what I said I thought they would do in an earlier post. They've been taking the sell orders out one level at a time. e.g.sells at 1.12 followed by buys at 1.13. They.ve now moved up to 1.6 and they have sell orders to execute right up to 1.21. They've done it all very slowly and calmly and although the market got slaughtered early this morning the trading balance has now gone to evens, buys and sells 50/50

If we had people like that on the AIM instead of a bunch of crooks maybe our SP would be on a level with theirs instead of dragging behind. Anyway I think that it's all looking very promising at the moment.




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