No argument there mate lol but my point still stands - a major institution fluttering either side of a reportable threshold for no apparent net effect on their holding is somewhat suspicious to say the least and about 1000x as suspicious when it's JPM ...
Right on the SP bounce where it needs to beat 31p to stave off the 25p threat to boot ........
I should of, could of, but didn't. well done you! Still holding back on any more buys! for any RNS with news on anything +. Then it comes in! still my lowest buy was at 30.75 on the way down. (Average still too high thou) So my plan is to buy on the way up now! But still, for every 1p rise I feel a lot richer!!
Buying and selling a few shares so you're "forced" to release an RNS as you cross the reportable threshold every time is tantamount to market manipulation and the FCA should be asking them wtf they think they're doing - there's no other reason for it ...
That's the *third* one from them in a month - I mean seriously, wtf is wrong with them if it isn't just intended to influence other people's thinking??
Bonker, I haven't got a clue what your Wonderland comment meant. So maybe I'm not that smart.
The way I see it is JPM are creating a liquid market by way of buying a few and selling a few with a view to doing a great deal more once the market gets going properly. Ain't nothing worse than an illiquid market.
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