This share and this board have been as dead as a dodo for months. There have been signs in the last couple of days of a little buying and I hope this continues. The spread is huge but if these shares do get moving this should narrow. Good results from WHI this week, and I know they are a lot bigger but I think that increasing corporate activity and economic confidence should bode well for smaller brokers and advisers like DAN.
I am new to the boards and noticed your recent posting. I invested a few months ago on the basis of the mention in Shares, but the price has barely moved since and is not actively traded. The investment case has not changed - they are a respected business who should benefit from the increasing corporate activity amongst AIM stocks, also backed by director buying in October. If revenues do pick up then the business should do very well. However the financing remains a worry - loss of £3m last year is almost double the current market cap. The annual report suggested that further losses had been incurred in the current year. We need a trading and financing update and should not have to wait long as the interims to Sept will need to be released by the end of Dec. I expect there may be some fund-raising at some point but that is not necessarily a bad thing. This stock is highly geared to a recovery in corporate activity and being so small it will not take much to get he shares motoring. High risk, high reward, but I am sticking with them! GL
yeah,if t was mine ide be jumping off humber bridge m8.lol.... I saw it go through the cnbc ticker,so I posted it,like mr mosb sed...... a big sell just gone thro as we speak,not mine either.................
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