It's kindergarden time and saturday night for parents let the children play; they like to play there little games bless them it will soon be there bed time' then wecan enjoy our saturday night when they get tired of playing there little games' have a nice weekend all you grown ups. Gla
It's all RT's fault he humiliated the pizza man so lets single him out,not really original, I wonder how many keyboard warrior investors on here have the balls to carry out the high pressure job RT has, none is the answer ! It's easy to be smart from the outside with NO knowledge of how it works," Market stall" Grow up, no wonder your filtered by so many !!
This is the quote fron the evening standard. .. He added: “Once I’m able to, if the price stays at this level I’ll be buying more [Quindell shares].” Given the price is lower now than results day I'm guessing there is some news in the pipe line.
Investor confidence was very high and the share was above 40p, before Gotham plastered its damming report via the internet.
There is no doubt the 74-page Gotham report badly damaged investor and market confidence; it was a report you could not just rubbish because it was bringing down the share price, it also referred to where its information came from.
However, at the end of the day to my knowledge, the allegations made were just allegations, which put QPP on a spot, and QPP acted very quickly.
Quindell replied well to those allegations 26 pages I believe explaining and referencing as to why Gotham were wrong with their allegations just prior to the US tour.
Investors will hate Gotham for what they did, and how they did it, which took the market by complete surprise.
I would say Gotham report not only brought the share price down, it put doubt in the investor mind, and the business as a whole.
I am guessing that QPP were asked embarrassing questions by its customers, potential customers, and major investors to explain the situation.
The next major blow was due to the mistakes made by QPP in regards to joining the FTSE, QPP led investors and new investors to believe they would be joining the FTSE this year ,they were badly let down, and investors got trapped as the share drifted lower.
Had QPP managed to join the FTSE I think it would be a different story and the RAC deal would not have collapsed just my opinion.
I would say investor confidence is very low, and the share price will appear high to new investors for an AIM share.
In the meantime, QPP appear to be doing very well with rising profits and generating more cash, I think we need to consider that to get to the position QPP have so quickly they had to put growth before cash flow, and some serious thought went into this, and the companies they acquired.
It might take a little time for the new acquisitions to show their full potential but as mentioned QPP appear to be making headway in UK and in North America, so good year-end accounts and remarks will give a much clearer picture, and hopefully give the market confidence.
I have only a few shares and I trade on the odd occasions, this share to me is not as easy to trade as it appears, it has a mind of its own, and I trade mainly on news.
if the share was 12p instead of 15 times this, I would be more willing to buy or trade, and I believe many others would. After all It is the AIM and QPP appears to be streets ahead of many shares in this market.
Its BOD are well invested it has contracts with well-known companies it has contracts in North America telematics are another string to its bow, so it has a lot going for it. However, it needs investors and lots of them to drive the share price forward is my opinion.
oh dear mackers, mackers still at it. You would have thought after many months of negatively questioning the company you would have found out all you needed to by now and either invested or moved off this board. It's getting very tiresome. You and negativity are a marriage made in heaven.
Uksteve yes Delaware is like the aim of company registration. We went there from Bahamas (I think). I don't think the BOD were too happy as they used to have a certain amount of meetings on the island.
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