I'm a regular lurker here with quite a few shares averaging £3.85. Last year there was talk of Avanti moving to the FTSE 250, but I've not heard anymore about this for a long time, is it still on the cards and if so, does anyone know when?
Down at one point by 25p, the shares showed resilience to close up by 1.5 p. I am in for the long haul, and remain optimistic, despite various short sellers and other nasty, opportunistic folk who seek to profit from their own manipulations, whilst in denial about the grief they cause others. They are nearly as bad as the nasties from the Environmental Agency, who have consistently ignored the requests to dredge our rivers.
Thank you for that insight I found it very interesting .Iregret I do tend to take (probabley wrongly) a more simplistic view of things than your good self ,one thing that caught my eye in the paper today was "Avanti sales soar on contract wins""reporting surging revenues but saw profits fall due to one off charges. So i guess it aint all bad and like many here patience is the only answer if we are to creep back into the blue.
Not sure I like the sound of the plane with no door. Still I thought AVN results were fine. I thought the markets were suppose to be forward thinking. Look at Ocado for example no profits yet but all looking to the future. Still even RR has its bad days. Can see this picking up.
No. I average at over £4 and expect to double my money in 3years. Obviously I top up whenever possible , like earlier today. This company as a medium/Long Term investment is a no-brainer to those who understand the technology and risks (or lack of them now that our Sats are up there).
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