I think some people are completely misunderstanding the directors' deals. Re the RNS of last Thursday: the directors now own those shares - minus what they sold (probably to cover their tax liabilties). So, the now hold a larger stake in the company than they did before the 25th, not less. Even better, shares are now being offered to me today at a discount.
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.
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