I'm totally agree with Uk2Nigeria, SP still far undervalued than the level of cash LCG has.
In addition to that, from the April RNS,
Charles-Henri Sabet, Chief Executive Officer said: "The Group starts the new financial year transformed. We have been successful in the integration of our new technology and are in the process of migrating our client base which we expect to be completed by the end of May.
This "brand new" LCG is centered on a new cutting-edge online trading platform and an enhanced marketing programme. We are already beginning to see the benefits and have made a strong start to 2016. I believe that all the elements are now in place for the Group to return to sustained growth."
I think 2016 is the year LCG recovering from adversities, hope for market reacts accordingly.
I doubt he would have gone to such efforts if he did not
I hold a position in this otherwise would not post. I am sitting on a loss, which most shareholders will be too. However, this is not a regular AIM dog share. The company has cash in the bank, a CEO heavily invested in the future of the business, and share price at hopefully the bottom
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