with all of my misgivings about the general attitude to shareholders on AIM,and my thoughts on what direction Glen wants to take the company,IMO he is one of the more courteous and reliable CEOs i have dealt with.I have always got prompt polite replies.So if we "necessary evils" or pi's hold tight , it limits the opportunity to turn marl into a corporate vehicle,and with that and good news,real value will eventually be realized.I have always said an absolute minimum of £2.50 is achievable and if HM more than doubles and Ergama happens then £2.50 will look tiny.
I agree,and that is the dodgy market (AIM) that we choose to gamble our cash in,and every now and then with all of the unfairness and adversity weighed against us,we get lucky i.e. HM and probably Erg.
You will find that some of the institutions that provided funds for shares in the earlier days of proving up marls resources were looking for a very quick turnover and did so and arguably had a negative affect on small pis who were unable to participate on the same terms
or a CEO who is less than impressed with people trying to make quick money out of a company that he is steadily growing.At the moment marl needs pi shareholder's money,but I really believe he sees himself playing with the big boys and institutions holding the bulk of the equity.
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