See you sold out of PFD - told everyone to keep the faith...then bailed! If you have, as you said, been in for years, you have seen £2.80 evaporate to 13-16p like for like. As for ramping, you have tried everything to pump AMA and guess what?! Worth keeping a few in PFD as a Hovis sale or spin, against the odds, would boost the SP. More likely a rights issue and a SP fall - beware!
Well - it probably is a good time to get back in but I decided to throw some spare money into Barclays today - seems like a decent price at around 250 and even if it goes down I can gloat to my best mate who bought in a few weeks ago at 282 so win/win for me.
Good luck to everyone still in PFD. It was a fun ride for 18 months - most of it seriously in the red - just glad I made it out with a bit of profit. Hope you all make some good money in the end.
Even a fool would be able to tell what you are up to. You really haven't got a clue about Food Manufacturing have you? On another note - AMARA is one of the most undervalued shares in existence. Do some research. I don't ramp or deramp - I build on knowledge.
Hey, welcome back MrB. I have bought some back in as well. Jules - I think its a good time to get in because it seems to have strong resistance at £1.30. I think there is more chance of it going to £1.50 than £1.20 now. "You can check out but you can never leave".
Thought the jobe had left! If anyone wants to feel better about their share price luck, check out this guy - AMA crashed, PFD crashed... get back to your village and your honorary role (every village has a Fernie!) Pfd will try to spin off Hovis - the supply chain director is the Hovis MD as well as day job, the Hovis head office moved from Windsor, to St Albans and now to High Wycomb in the last 18 months - they are desperate to sell it, but can't.
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