The buying does trace back that far. After the placing was proposed, instead of the sp dropping back to that level as is usual, some buys came in at over .30. Once it was confirmed, buys at a similar level (Mutt was heartbroken) and since then we had the rise, a pull back, a steady level then today's rise, all supported by some buying. Little in the way of sells. WTFDAOUK
Alf. Yes maybe, but that placing was weeks ago since the idea was floated and still some time ago since it materialised. So I do not quite go along with that. BWTFDIK I feel that there is an up beat reason for it. BWTFDIK By the way. BWTFDIK, in case you were unsure of what I know.
Yea, again total guesswork, but I'd expect there to be between 15 and 30 people who are holding up to about 25% of the company between them.If they choose to, they could exert some significant influence over the company. So far at least they don't appear to have chosen to do so, and I don't expect that to change.
At the other end of the spectrum there'll be people ( probably wannabe traders ) who hold tiny amounts of shares.
As far as our own product goes, it's probably fair to assume that the majority of people with a half decent holding are Fruitflow users ( actually lets call them consumers, users conjures up a vision of people injecting Sirco ) so they're likely to switch to FF+
Most of those are also likely to have recommended Fruitflow to friends and family who aren't shareholders. They may well switch as well, but it's not as clear cut.
Alll very much guesswork, but it's likely fair to say that there are a few thousand consumers who are, in marketing terms, low lying fruit. 900 and odd orders were presumably placed in the last month and I'd expect that to increase agaijn for month 3, but after that it's likely to need some sort of marketing initiative to keep revenue increasing at a good pace.
Re "... just how many are non contributors to any of these boards, and that the attendees at the AGM are but a miniscule fraction."
True, but some holders will look on bulletin boards as full of opinionated gobshoites ( *looks guilty in mirror ) and a waste of time and energy and others will just lurk and read. The proof of the latter is that a good few lurkers, or at least seldom posters, have piped up with their order numbers over the last couple of months
On the same basis of no expertise, here's a hypothesis. The people who took part in the last placing must have had some information to base their decision on, although it shouldn't have been any more information than we all have. If they were able to check how many shares were in free float in order to judge what downside risk there was, and could see that it was a low percentage, they would be able to judge that they could buy more in the open market with a reasonable expectation for the further demand to raise the Bid. If that is what happened, the question arises of whether they would continue to hold and add. If they did, could be happy days.
Very unusual with this share to see several rises; all be small amounts; in close succession. Would ask for an expert opinion but not sure anyone on here is one? Cannot help feeling some favourable news is lurking in the background. As for the number of shareholders; I would figures mentioned of around 2000 probably maximum; based on no expertise whatsoever.
Well lets see what we can eak out of the BOD and DSM. Seems our 1 mill buyer is back. If no one sells then he/she/them will have to raise the bid. Looking forward to have a few beers and good chat with the likes of Gostavo, RP ETC before and after the AGM. Lets hope by then then we are celebrating news.
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