personally , and I mean personally , I feel the tide is turning here I have felt it before in other shares and I am more and more confident , I know people will say I should keep views like this to myself but imho its turned !!
You have the ability to delude yourself. Review what you have written on this board over the period. You wrote withj total certainty what was going to happen, and when. You led folks to believe you had information that only you were privy to. False. You blame everyone but yourself, for buying in at the wrong moment, and going all in at your own predetermined point, presumably you deluded yourself in to believing your own spiel. Well more fool you ehh? When you defame the BoD, you fail to see the irony that they didnt make the wild claims, you did, you led folks here on a merry dance. Fact is, Fruitflow could never have performed in the way you predicted for one very simple reason, it wasnt ready/ How, in a shameless "volte face", you state with just as much certainty advice to others in a negative sense, as if you know. You dont. The last spike meant zilch to me, I couldnt have sold my holding, simple as that, and I had no intention to, and if I triued to buy it back at half I would have influenced the sp back up. It is playground mentality, if the larger holders here had tried to sell whjile you were panicking, we couldnt have, and whats more, neither could you. So rather than try to give advice, accept the simple market facts. I wasnt going to sell, and will not sell for a long long time yet, and I do still have funds if and when I choose to apply them.
I meant no malice in my last post but judging by your response you clearly took it the wrong way!
I don't stretch any truths here, I don't dream up conspiracy theories. Selling out on that last spoke saved me sitting on an £18k loss for even more time.
If done that for 4 years and simply woke up to the terrible performance by our BOD!
Whichever way you dress it up, this share has performed abysmally, regardless of the apparent progress made by Fruitflow.
I don't think having 'the bottle to hold' has done you any good Alf.
I tried that tactic for 4 years and kept seeing others break even and make profit whilst I hung on and saw my money erode.
Since the last spike you have done the same if you dare admit it.
You could have sold and now bought back in 50% cheaper or bought twice as many shares.
That's just poor judgement really. As soon as the 'no knowledge for rise' RNS came out it was obvious this was dropping back as the BOD had told you the SP shouldn't be rising.
Same story here - no global deal, no future for PXS.
I still think it'll happen one day, but I wouldn't keep holding with blind faith - does you no good at all, you end up glued to the ASAP and this board. There's a whole world out there away from LSE. I wouldn't waste any more years glued to this day in and day out.
Good luck everyone - I genuinely hope this does something soon!
But I would like to wish THEDON1903 the best of (luck in investment is when preparation meets opportunity) I know you bought some at 1.4ish on the spike. If you are in the red?? Sit tight and get some more dosh and buy at something at like £0.006 Always be prepared to buy more. Keep your chin up and look for opportunities. And top slice on a spike
No shoot Sherlock. Of course you would be interested to know, and a few others too. Only I know, only I will ever know, end of. Now, back to lies then? Do its usual? Only once before, fact. I have " topped up every week", complete and utter carp, I havent, I have bought more as and when I thought the time was right, and every sible one bought last year has increased in value when SiS is taken in to consideration. Fact. I know you seek to stretch the truth, distort things, you have been very good at stretching truths havent you. My holding is my business, and it is a holding, not a trading position, because I have the bottle to hold and base my views on what is actually happening, rather than some fantasy dreamed up to try to lure the daft in to believing you.
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