How do you know she traded out yesterday? I am sure she traded out at 1p just before the last placing then bought back in line with the placing AND this time I am confident saying that she traded out around .90 .... almost sure more above .90 than below. So the re-entry has happen already in full or perhaps has happened partially and it is about to be completed. ATB
I already seen your comments about PYC in previous days. I also made a simple reply AND Thoth2 has been spot on a few hours ago. I can only add to be very careful about PYC Dr Mida is driving PYC in the same direction as ABH.
As far SAR is concerned it is crystal clear that this drop has been designed and engineered for maximising profits (e.g. selling above .90 then buy back at around .80) as people just focus on NHS approval which is due any day now; It appears to be for the week commencing 9 May 2016.
As I have written in the past CK1 appears to attract 100% of the attention at the moment also because all is in and around London. However there is Aurora that it is in the verge of break out and AURORA it is 100% SAR world wide except China.
So any minute this could be a real BLAST and looking at the last two days trades it can be seen (as you may have seen) the price drop but when there are few buys the ask rise quickly. That is all and as I said yesterday I added a few at 81 and also at .792 I have all what I wanted ...... and by September 2016 i will be retired without P&D, shorting etc.
I cannot restrain myself on this one. As an accountant. Pyc. Some bizarre reverse rake over stroke fundraising no one understands. The financial controller and Co sec resign. RED ALERT. The new FD is not a director. Imho experience as an accountant who has done several corporate recoveries. The main reason you don't become a director is if the company may become insolvent and you don't want to be struck off as an accountant. It's got red alert all over it. I despair.
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