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Share Price: 0.635Bid: 0.60Ask: 0.67Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Provexis
Spread: 0.07Spread as %: 11.67%Open: 0.70High: 0.70Low: 0.635Yesterday’s Close: 0.635


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redprince
Posts: 1,605
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Price:0.69
blizzard
23 Oct '14
Well said that man.we can talk on here til the cows come home n it changes nowt.I shall hold my counsel until the interims.Good luck to us all.
 
Blizzard
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RE: Alfista
23 Oct '14
Guys,

Let's agree to disagree and reconvene in December.

On a positive note, Peppa does have a number 1 fan:

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EinOgk0ljHQ
alfista
Posts: 12,144
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RE: Alfista
23 Oct '14
Does it annoy you?
jasonbourne1
Posts: 141
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Puk
23 Oct '14
No investor except inside traders have information about the current income of any company. You base your buys and sells on shares on expectations of results going forward. These are partly based on the companies past and the performance of the directors and also what you think of the information of current progress. But the market has expectations of sales and profit for every set of results which are very specific and if they are a few millions above or below expectations the sp moves one way or the other. The same is true here investors will have an average expectation of £50k income for the current 6 months. If the actual figure is below it will likely cause more sells and downward pressure on the sp and if it's over £50k the opposite will happen. Im struggling to understand someone who says they have no financial targets for a company they are invested in. The only progress that really matters is progress is income.
cater
Posts: 145
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RE: Alliance in Motion
23 Oct '14
Pennyago
Posts: 35
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Even
23 Oct '14
The book the naked trader States that you could have the best product in the world .
But if it's not marketed in a proper manner it will not bear fruit .
Moon was totally against advertiseing etc ,you have to dig to find this bloody product ,all the news has to be dug out of the Internet by people who know how to.
Ot does not matter how much positive spin you put on this ,the company (Moon) was the only lot who have done well out of this shambles.
And the day traders ......NOT investors , remeber what the Main man said ....
share holder value ,in the short , medium ,and long term.........I've seen none in over 5 years with my ' investment'
I hope the back wheel of that guys drag bike falls out to be honest , bloody con man ,who just wanted an extention built
(And got it ,thanks to us)
I waiting to see what almighty **** up he does with SIS ,but the gaffer tape is holding !
alfista
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RE: Alfista
23 Oct '14
I just quote facts, no percussion instrument involved.
My credibility is of no concern to me, the facts are the facts whoever writes them. And yet, despite many other posters providing lots of evidence to support the company's prospects, they don't attract the same replies. I can only think it is because I have been here throughout.
I never have, nor will, provide any prediction unless I am in possession of the data to work on. As no one is, I just assume that those who do are vapid wind bags. It makes no difference to my holding/adding, none whatsoever, and all should be sure they know the facts, not the unsubstantiated, blindly speculative, baseless claims that are put around as opinion on here. Search for your own facts, check the links provided, form as broad a base of knowledge as possible, then make your own decision. If my ID has any credibility, it is that I have been saying that consistently, using only ONE ID, throughout the development of Fruitflow.
cater
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RE: Alliance in Motion
23 Oct '14
And the share price truly reflects all those statements? A gem, more like a gem lettuce!
alfista
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RE: Alliance in Motion
23 Oct '14
Are they? Please provide proof of where I invest.
And don't include this one. With a product rolling out around the whole world, more health benefits under study, consumer awareness being actively raised by over 30 brands and increasing. This one is a gem, and I will be very happy with my holding as progress takes its course.
I know nothing, Moneyweek knows nothing, EconomyWatch knows nothing, the other pages of views on a quick Bing search all know nothing, Cater stands Canute like against the tide of economic data.
gazshot
Posts: 2,052
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Price:0.65
cater
23 Oct '14
My assumptions are that supplements are taken to help provide nutrients etc in cases of a poor diet, in which case you would be correct. I am wondering whether ff is seen differently, ie that it's not a supplement, it could actually help avoid heart attacks etc ? In the way aspirin does, persuasion and mass advertising is needed of course.





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