No one cares what pi have invested,mknow important fact bod are getting salaries and have a plan one step ahead of us, do they care about the sp on daily basis,weekly answer No....invest what you can afford to loose and always try to look into it as a long term returns not quick casino wins...AIM.
I'm looking at the facts. the company pays a fortune in salaries which is ridiculous considering the company doesn't make a penny. I can't fault your enthusiasm Aerial but you need to focus it in something else which might bring you some sort of return.
Why would anyone try and get into this on the cheap. it's a train wreck of a company.
Out of interest Aerial, what percentage of your portfolio is in EDL?
Sorry I don't entirely agree, although I'm sure what you say about KIBO is correct, and that we could yet be proved to be mugs for buying in.
I think the RNS could have been made to sound more positive, but I do believe the bod are doing more than everyone is giving them credit for. In the short term we won't hear a very much, but I now believe more than before, that there is still great hope for this share IMVHO
The amount of shares the BoD own here is an utter scandal, they don’t give a monkeys as long as they keep getting paid they just laugh at mugs like us who pay their wages.
As a direct AIM Peer Comparison, KIBO Chairman Christian Schaffalitzky own 1,715,1910 shares in KIBO (1% or so of the company) and is paid a poultry £8,990 in the last 2012 Annual Accounts (which was over a 15 month period). The whole BoD at KIBO owns 7.24% of the company they work for in shares issued, EDL that figure is 3,979,864 out of 6,270,260,000 shares in issue or if you really want to laugh that is 0.000634% of the Company.
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