BoD plan is probably to sit there doing nothing whilst collecting huge pay cheques for the next few years. No point in buying shares it's not like they're going to be worth much more than current levels is it?
You just answered your own question. Directors being paid for doing nothing :-) so why then buy shares when the company isn't performing :-) it's a no brainer I suppose. That's why they haven't bought any as it keeps falling..
Is this share price ever going to go up.come on directors you have a duty to give share holders value.instead of just getting paid for doing nothing.? Why not invest some of your own money. well our money
It's AIM, people really only invest here because if they are VERY LUCKY then can end up with a multi-bagger and a decent chunk of profit. Max is the wrong sort of company for this sort of investment (no real game changers now just day-to-day business operations) but neither is it big enough or profitable enough to be a 'growth' company (like the FTSE 250 or similar). It's just a little operation chugging along just about paying its way, and this is all it will ever be. It's not an investment opportunity...
Well this is the end of the line as far as Max as an investment goes. It's not going to get any better, maybe 1 or 2p increase in price if we're lucky and there are no more screw-ups. Sounds great if you got in sub 2p but most of us didn't as will be looking at large % losses even under the best circumstances.
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