Agree, I read the tipster sheets. For me its a possible pointer and then do my own research. CPT does fit the bill for me, on a risk reward basis. Get some China sales and we will start to motor, not to mention the CE rating
absolutely true that there have been a few good TW tips - though with Opti he advised a sell at 50, it should be noted, recently turned back to a buy at 80p, so not so bright there either - but the bad ones outweigh the effect of the good ones (a trading group I have connections to run a 'dummy' TW portfolio - hugely in the red). Anyway, my comment was in jest - no-one should rely on 'expert' tips - apologies if I gave offence, I'm in here too...
That does not include the directors shareholdings and others mentioned in the admission document which brings total up to approx 46%. You can see why it is very difficult to get hold of any substantial amount of shares. They are being held by long term parties!! Very good news for us shareholders as anyone who wants shares in a decent amount will push the share price up.
Good few days here. I predict we have a long way to go yet. When we start getting updates on our sales in China which is due to start any day now then it will give a good lift to the share price. Its also reassuring to see that all the Major Investors who invested in the finance package to bring the company to market are holding onto every single one of their shares. I believe 25% of shares are with major holders. I would guess there is good reason why they are still holding here.
Went with 3 tips lately from Winifrith all winners within 2 weeks....so along with his tip and my own research gone for number 4 with CPT......some while back but the three biggest tips I got from brokers cost me 50% of my total investments.....
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