down nearly 5%,and that on top of last weeks fall,the MMs are really going to town on this,dont forget this company got oil and money,ok they not getting the barrels out they should be but things will soon change then lift off,if MMs leave anything.
Well put. I normally put down 25k a year on a property deposit for my buy to let business. Last year I decided to try the aim instead for a change. What a mistake! 14k down on that particular investment which is Gkp. Unless the aim seriously improves my companies hard profits will be Ftse based or back to brick and mortar.
i know one thing with aim and that is there are no companys overvalued,another thing i know is there are a hell of a lot of companys undervalued,and also the practice of showing buys as sells,thats something that really makes no sense at all.
SMITHYY - I think you make a good point. I am all in on AIM stocks currently but there is a lot of red every single day. MM's need to bear in mind they may be killing the goose that lays the golden egg though. If PI's start to give up they will be left looking at empty trading screens each day.
These Aim stocks take the biscuit - excellent RNS, as far as I can see no other relevant factors i.e. finance, delays, excuses, nothing.
So why does it go down, nobody likes it and nobody likes Aim anymore. Maybe, on second thoughts, it's really not moved just the late UT has taken it down a tad which it'll probably reverse up on opening.
Pathetic, though to be honest, I wish I could wake up every 6 months and look at the sp 'cause looking each day is a nightmare.
Longgboy - don't let me put you off, don't think it's humanly possible for this share to go any lower.
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