Hi to those that can recall me and hello to new friends. I must say i am rather shocked to see this stock drift down and down over the years. I first bought God knows when but it had to be 8/9 years ago before the 2 since consolidations at an average price of 0.06. At one point i held 27 mil and did rather well when they edged up to 0.45-0.51. I thought all was going really well. Thankfully i sold. Looking back now and stripping back to 2 consolidations i dread to think what the stock would be worth ? Well below when i bought at 0.06p. The stock speaks for itself. The problem is that once in the stock one starts to think what cound be made if things happen ! But what will happen ? I like many others have waited for things to happen but by the looks of things nothing has changed. History and the stock actually speaks for itself. So what to do ? I make the stock if we reverse the consolidations : 0.000133 ( is this correct ? ).
tallman, you can buy more, average down in the open offer or buy now or later in the open matket. you sound a bit abcesnt to events, new ceo and refocus and cost control and saving in progress should see perfotmance improve. all imo.
market cap just too low on comparison with coms. The background buyer building a decentstake. mxcp brokered the coms approach. Now mxcp are an aim listed company in their own right, they might even make an offer after increasing their stake, then sell the lot on tocoms for 25/30p
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