I will make way to your experiance in this as I am not one that understands this as well as I would like and certainly hope thisis the case. Long term i have no doubts on AMER and I may rejoin the ship but will watch for a little while I try to understand the RNS a little better....
Interpretation of options' transactions is an individual's choice. In my case, having studied past RNS's relating to the matter, I see no warning signals. AMER will thrive. The pullback this morning opens the door to bigger players who understand the mechanics behind the announcement.
I didn't read the RNS fully and just realised why the drop. The directors have sold up a big chunk of shares and the shares issued to the director are being also submitted on AIM and will dilute it slightly too.
I can only assume along with others that the directors believe this is a good time to take profit? Why would they sell if they expect 50,60,70p? Anyway they have not helped the share. I am still in however but am feeling a little insecure as to what the Directors know and we don't.
"On 25 October 2012, Victor Valdovinos sold 750,000 shares at a price of 45.4042p each and Doug Ellenor sold 1,450,000 shares at 45.4042p each."
Not sure Bluevan, i am not seeing that on my screem. I am seeing alot of shares being sold today however. Is this all based on the Director share options given out? Seems a little crazy if the drop and sales are on this alone.
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