Hi wazzza I wouldn't be at all surprised if Peter Bond was to put the convertible loan shares into trust for his children. I'm pretty sure Howard White did something like that (not with convertible loan shares) over at AFC, in fact it was his son Ben that bought Linc Energy's shares in AFC earlier this year.
Well virtually flat net buys to sells I could not buy £2,000 online when .85/.90 could only buy £1,000 but I could have sold a lot more so this adds to my theory MM playing games and need stock?
Now poster Rupert The Bear on ADVFN is accusing Hillgrove of selling there existing shares ahead of the conversion of the debt if that is true that is a rather underhand thing to do I have asked for clarification from the company if this has any validity? Naughty if it is true
If someone is happy to sell below a penny then I feel now is a great opportunity for any that sold to buy back you are almost getting directors mates rates even they have to buy options at 0.75 so current price appears to be quite a bargain
Those mates rates were offered when the price was somewhat higher than today's price !!! Still think this is MM games to try and scare a few recent buyers to sell out at a loss as so often happens in the short term on many AIM stocks
Many jump in on a spikenard sell out as soon as it drops back. MM know this an coerce week holders out of their cash impatience is the other factor as news as in this company always takes a lot longer than expected or for told gLA
Didn't you get out too? I'm torn between desperately wanting the tech to succeed and folks on here to get a return and not wanting the absolute *******s that was the re-pricing of CVs to yield any return to those who IMO held the PIs to ransom. Someone posted a while ago about carving the turkey before it's cooked and that is my opinion about what's happened here. Still a way to go to commercialise and get orders and yet now they're asking PIs to continue to take that risk but with the threat of massive dilution.
I'm half tempted to re-buy and half trying to run a mile. Split personality I guess.
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