Just looking at last years report.....Revenues up near five fold....to....lol....£41k....and losing loads..and its valued at £15million My chip shop up the street has revenues of £90k pa and profit of £24k after costs.....its up for sale with a value of £90k
Not sure which is better value.......I hope my money invested proves to be worthwhile....Please
I love your optimism. But not sure the landlord would approve of me putting the house on it. I got a bit nervous when I had £20k worth and was down over £5k at one point. Yet hours later I sold and made a profit Now sitting on small profit and smaller holding Let's hope your right
"In other words, stick your house on it as I genuinely believe would win"
Ten years ago I re-mortgage my house on it and today I have paid off the mortgage plus. I genuinely believe in Fruitflow as a great natural health product and since Co ca cola pulled out the share price has fallen to ridiculously low levels. Fruitflow product is still a great way to keep fit and healthy and once governments and joe blogs realise that prevention is better and cheaper then cure then our Fruitflow products sales on sale now around the world and even in China will grow.and grow. and our share price will reflect this factor. IMHO
Yes. I asked the question to a friend who is dealing with the likes of market makers and there is a lot of strange goings on. Like when there are millions being sold and none being bought but price is going up. They put in a lot of spikes to trigger automatic buy and sells. Which is quite often followed by a big deal they fill for an investment house. Don't know what is going on somedays with this share price
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