Freestream is the Scandinavian market product isnt it. Geographic spread now from the top to the bottom of Europe, but all with entrant products promoted direct to customers rather than mass media. All good though, databases of health conscious consumers are huge. Just got my latest delivery of Optiflow from Biovea, very fast and efficient service, Fruitflow and Resveratrol together is great, but it would be nice to see Fruitflow and Omega3 in the same capsule, so that we can begin to piggback on to a $30 bn dollar market.
and Cinders you should be honoured that the time was taken by alfista to go through the process of all of this information that by now you should be getting the hang of, I know you are learning but guess what-so are we each and every day and thats what makes a market,lol and even though I am a holder here and this is my first post here I still enjoy reading this board and the positive vibe it creates .well done you lot and Juggler I to think the tide is turning here, one just needs to not look everyday and be patient as this is a great product in a growing market. lol and ATB ps now if you lot want to buy some CUP that would really help me out! hahahahaha Just joking!
Cinders, as I feel you are not a bad sort despite your occasional habit of cackling at me, here is my rationale behind what I wrote. The MM;s role is to provide liquidity, to stand between buyers and sellers accepting trades to create an orderly market. Thats the theory, we should all be able to make any trade we want, when we want. But we all know it doesnt work like that, expecially in volatile times. Sometimes impossible to buy, other times no way to sell, this is when MM's are protecting themselves and failing in their duty to the market. So, on the day that Mr M ran for the hills, he sold, not single chunk, not possible, but snipped up in to numerous trades as the set limits auto reduced. Fine, him and a few more created a market where the MM limits were challenged, and very quickly declined. Now, as you know from reading the boards, there are a number of holders of fair sized chunks, not just me, as I wrote in my post. Had those holders also started to press the sell button, the MM limits would have been breached within seconds, the sp would have been marked down much faster, and selling would no longer be an option as MM's would decline trades. Imagine if say 30 or 40 million shares had been unloaded in minutes? What would have been the effect? Similarly, if those same folks then sought to rebuy their holding very soon after, would it have been possible to buy in large chunks? To be fair, there were times when a dummy buy of £10k was feasible over the last weeks, but only because nobody was buying. If I had pressed Buy on any that I looked at, I guarantee that the next to attempt it would get the "Not possible to execute your trade" message.
In essence, if all holders acted in panic, vast damage ensues IMHO
That period has passed now though, generally we are lacking in volume at the moment, and I have always found that to be a good time to buy more. More and more Fruitflow products hitting the consumer market, each contributing revenues that help cover the costs of setting up mass scale production. How many more needed to tip the balance and bring profitability? Dont know, but the spending is done, the reward phase is ahead, so I think bottom has been reached, or thereabouts.
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