In the headers (top of the page here) where it says 'Live RNS' all company announcements are in there.....including placings.....Once in 'Live RNS' i think there are three or four different headings to click 0n.
Thanks for that Potnak. It's very useful to hear other people's methods of reducing risk. One further question and excuse my ignorance but where would I get information regarding the last placing that a company made? Do you use the company's web-site or search through Google etc. p.s. it's also nice to have a discussion on here without the sniping and accusations of de-ramping, ramping etc. So cheers :-)
First thing I look for before buying in is when was the last placing, what is the current cash burn? I've missed out on a few 3 or 4 baggers being careful but I missed buying a pig of a share loads of times too. Companies are on AIM to raise money, so as soon as any share rises, that's on the cards IMO. And while we are washing our dirty laundry, OXB, I lost 75% of my holding there a few years ago. Sobering experience and I was over exposed so it nearly wiped me out. Think it may bo a good time for a speculative buy back in there now though :-)
I know that you are not supposed to discuss any other shares on the BB but we're talking principles here. One of my shares (SOLO) is suffering from the placement disease. As soon as the shares reached a decent level (0.42p and where I bought in at) there was a massive placement with institutions at 0.25p. The share price immediately sunk to 0.23p and has been there ever since. I realise, of course, that the same things happen at FTSE level but it seems to be more prevalent in AIM or is it? What's your experience? Have you seen many AIM companies fall into this cycle and eventually die?
Blimey Thoth. I've been invested in a few that have gone down the pan . ANGM and BHR to name a couple . Although I've never been in at the death , but bit the bullet on the way down at a substantial loss . Currently having a realy good run this financial year . A good strategy imo if you are invested in AIM Pharmas . Only buy into companies that are sufficiently funded and either preparing for or in clinical trials. As good as any chance of SAR being one of the 2% to 50 bag imo. ATB.
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