So, have I got this right, is there a suggestion that Mr Heart has been trading? Seems a plausible way of both crystallising a loss, the holding after a subsequent purchase not being so high as previous records suggested and resulting in a reduction of the average cost. Unless we launch into the Omadoom school of accounting where selling another share lowers your average on Mange (or something like that).
I guess why it may matter to some is as follows. IF you have crystallised a loss in some RRL shares at some point in the recent past while posting buy recommendations all the while, some might view that as disingenuous to say the least. That's IF of course.
I believed they amines would come good purely on the strength of their assets and management. It took 5 years of suffering and averaging down but I am now showing a healthy profit. I fully expect the same strategy to pay off here in time too. If it takes another year or two that is fine, I can now afford to wait.
What happened, did you mis the chunky Buys totalling 1,419,776 and we ended up 5.2%up for the record. Either way a low volume day so don't stress yourself. In any case I seriously doubt that the 2,026,100 £7,470k. trade was a sell @ 0.37 given the spread. Just wouldn't have got that price for a sell of that volume today.
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