It would appear that the company has swapped one tight lipped CEO for another. Shareholders deserve better but in this world we're just fodder to used and fleeced with mislead presentations and extremely poor management. One would have expected a new CEO taking post would have laid out the issues before the shareholders and made a clean breast of it all so as not to tarnished with the past mess.
Gone is the quiet confidence I maintained for so long that this share would eventually come through. Now all I can hope for in the long term is to redeem just some of my loss. I hate to say it but it's now patently obvious we've all been taken for a ride with the likes of "Wrecker Ron" featuring prominently in the equation. GLA
Yes I'm afraid its a real sad share to be stuck in, so many times we had the opportunity to bail at 4p, but were convinced not to. Even from the lows, lets say .5, had we the knowledge of others we could have traded too. One thing crossed my mind today. I came looking at this some 2 1/2 years ago, spent a whole day on it researching it., But there were rampers here then that appear and disappear now. I eventually jumped in believing the all fully funded etc, was a little disappointed when my 3.6p av was trounced by what I can only term as misleading. However cockahoop when it hit 12p. That's the funny thought, I could have sold anywhere from 12's down, messed about a bit mostly losing as always felt I was the only one fearing. Yet the biggest point to the funny thought is. 3.6p average which I thought was wonderful on my research when they lit the gas flare. Lets use 10.8p a share, so comfortably I was I could have got out with a 3 bagger. I even set a trailing stop which tripped out and I hadn't realise at 6.8p on a real bad day crash, I looked at about 6.2p doing a dummy and saw I had no shares, quickly bought back more with my trip money. What a greedy silly pr*ck. So the real funniest thing is had I come along and purchased at .40 / .48p like one of the initial rampers did, I would have made around the same at 1.4p as I would have at 10.8p. there was much of the same from 12p's to here. This is aims and oex is a perfect example of how it works. Just wish I had had the day at home when I sold a few before going out at 1.41p maybe when it was dipping I would have sold a sizeable at 1.25p. who knows . Gla, with emphasis on the L. cant see too much now.
well adamsrups has certainly spent a lot of time on researching OEX and connections to Board members e.t.c...and always shared with the rest of us...although some long winded comments, i take my hat off to him for all his efforts :)...
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