context as a trader not an investor looking for .02 if as you say real news comes and not wishy washy but say somehow they got an alternative funding none dilutive etc we may see a great rise from this shell shocked price at present. On the flip side a wishy washy bit of news comes out indicating more a thrown together piece of news to try and sway some against rebellion will have the opposite effect and galvanize rebellion.
To be fair i see either of these situations seeing a good rise. Interesting times a foot. Of course thee is option three which i am starting to think may hold weight and the action group gets a nice big % of company as a collective and instead of total change we see certain step downs and new appointments and a mix of old and new with a new idea. This will of course have wages reduced and a more slick operation going forward.
Watch this space as nothing is certain here at present but there are a few ways that the share price can appreciate well. After all that's the game buy low sell high not get bogged down in the politics of it all.
Not out of thin air. Economic report due for avoca. Mga tax credit. Alternate financing on the way. Danglay ep any day now. SLM negotiations perhaps? I actually think these are good foundations for a share at this mcap. Big issue is financing at the moment...
is only down here as what you have seen is rebels buying stock off .01 raise guys. If you look at volume that situation finishes about now. Then what happens while rebels buy more without cheap supply and with a CEO sinking trying to pull rabbits out of thin air = sp moves north.
Don't think the price is being kept down. Its being sold into. However, this of course means lots of cheap shares are out there. If SC can release a good enough rns tho, it could blow the bloddy doors off anyway!
Swifty, your first sentence below is correct. But that is why I think the MM's are complicit with their actions.
Can you imagine if this group tried to buy in quantity, shares of a company on the main indexes. The price would shoot up.
It has been held down here to allow these people on board, so the LTH's are shafted, despite Mr Turneys message on Twitter. (That I believe is bull to get holders to back his call for ousting the board). No doubt when they have their profit margin any thoughts on helping others will go straight out the window.
AIM really needs to be looked at. People are fixing the odds of winning very much in their favour and the ordinary pi is getting shafted. In 10 years time, will the actions of people on AIM and the Market Makers, be likened to the PPI scandal, the Forex fixing scandal etc?
If they have bought they have a right. Flesh you are not a player you are out. Your only hope is SC delivers in next 5 dsys. If they do timeless mtr etc get out with 100 % minimum profit in 2 weeks. You and likes of halfwithomer wont sell as you neef to prove yourself to the world and say you made a profit. By the time you do these greedy bast Ards have done it to about 3 or 4 companies, and you guts are still on here talking nonsense
Suspect u might be right. If the same scum are responsible though, surely they are keeping tabs on them? Ultimately, this is anti-competitive behaviour to put small fry companies out of business to make us small gains...
When you look at the major shareholders list, you will see they are all brokers who hold hundreds if not thousands of clients accounts in one place.
In reality there are no shareholders with a 3% holding on the books.
If people are acting in concert to achieve a certain percentage, to make a request for an egm, then that is another matter.
Many may have seen the problems with New World Oil, some months ago and it took the FCA some time to sort that one. I don't think they will want a similar situation and I would be surprised if they are not already taking an interest. It may be prudent to give them an email come Monday to ensure they are keeping an eye on things.
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