The trading loss meant that it was inevitable that this would drop, how you could suggest "strong buy" at that time is beyond me. Perhaps you are locked in! Anybody following your opinion would not be best pleased. Perhaps a "buy" when it bottoms out tp 0.20?
If you look back to 19 Feb the day before the RNS you were still shouting "Strong Buy" whrere as if you see look at my post I was selling at 0.4251 . You will need a 50% rise to get back to that level! You are such smart investors! This will hit 25 by the end of the week.
buyer365 - I make you half-correct. Yes, I believe the prospect of consolidation is making potential investors hold off. However, I also believe that short term post-consolidation the SP will fall. I've seen it happen elsewhere.
As for 'latent potential' well, for me, it's not rocket science, I look at the results and see opex growing more quickly than revenue and profits and it's not hard to see why we're losing money. Yes I know there are one off costs but even without those it's still a loss. AB needs to focus on costs as much as revenue growth.
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