Shh, keep it quiet PP!. I'm busy working on letting the market I've sold out of ACM next!.
The move today to finish above 50p is good news. 50p is often an important barrier to break through since I believe the share then becomes more visible to potential investors who aren't interested in anything below 50p. It needs to hold above 50p and make it a support level if it can but it may take a while and I wouldn't be surprised to see it retrace a little. If we look at the share price graph over a period of 1 year and more it shows a steady growth line, very encouraging. If only all our investments showed such a positive sign.
No debt, two thirds of revenue from recurring business, dividend paying, sp rising from approx.10p to 40s over 4 years, blue chip client base inc. NHS......nothing to see here at all...buy and hold and collect dividends.....easy!
So am I, lol!. I have thought about selling and re-investing elsewhere on a few occasions, but remembered on what basis I had invested in the first place. Additionally, other shares where I have sold out of because of the share price inactivity have mostly risen even if it was a while after; so patience is required, not my strongest asset!. Nice to have a blue day and to see the Bollinger Bands widen with the share price rise. Still, just one day though and the share price needs to build on it. It would be nice to see further institutional investing on the back of todays RNS, plus directors buying.....who knows.......oh, plus that whisper in the Times paper a week or so ago about winning a new contract be confirmed.
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