Having walked into the madness which was the dot.com period, in which great highs and the unbelievable lows were achieved between 1999-2001/2. RT Innovation group was unfortunately, one of many that suffered form the mass panic ( and change in investor sentiment). Companies like Amazon and Baltimore Technology literally lost up to 95% of their market value. Many good companies crashed as investors ran for cover. I'm not saying that investors losing money is good and that RT shouldn't have been culpable as the director, but trying to explain some the the contextual market circumstances that saw the speculative and the genuinely innovative companies crash and burn during this period. My common them here is (sentiment), bad in this case, but as in earlier examples, as a recipient of changing or enthusiastic ( sentiment) the benefits can be huge.
Personally, I am yet to filter anybody, despite some of the alarmingly crass comments that have been made over the last few months by posters seemingly with a plain agenda to unsettle. Contrary opinions I welcome, because I myself have said things in the past that the partisan were displeased with.
My piece on why I thought Cannocord were a rubbish house broker and should be replaced, went down like a lead ballon. Requests for RT to stop pandering to investors every need by engaging in twitter, e-mail and other forms of regular, seemingly constant banter, and too frequent RNS releases IMO was not necessary.
Once again, I probably came off some posters Christmas card list. Daring to have slight concerns as to how Qunidell were going to meet the demands to crystallise the investors and markets demand for (more cash) at the expense of growth. Once again I pondered the question, but due to the ( understandably frustrated, battered and bruised position that many of us find ourselves in, I treated the lack of response as perhaps a (subliminal sign) that I may be posing questions for the Enemy. On the contrary, it should be clear what I think of Quindells chances going forward, but we must challenge and revisit our decision making on a regular basis in order to improve ones prospects of success.
My assessment of those detractors is simple. TW has been throwing mud for a long time at QPP and in particular RT, despite this guys claims and accusations regularly coming to nothing, the fracture nature of the individual somehow still sees investors ' hang on his very words'. Claims that he is thick are rubbish and projected by individuals, who quiet rightly are angry, but let's strip away the hysteria and examine the likely truth. Oxford University educated at one stage financial adviser suggests he is probably not ' thick'. Does he have a deluded and spiteful vendetta against RT and Qunidell, yes, all the signs point to the ' educated fool' or 'mad professor' type person who although able to produce polished, and on the surface, thought provoking questions aided by his shorting friend
But the nonsense published on this bb is just so so silly and repugnant at times that I am opting out. Still holding on to my long term share holding and still trading when I sense an opportunity but really!!!. Life is all to fleeting to invest any emotion right here right now. GLA
Shorters have to buy back their shares so providing they don't scare everyone else into selling they can not effect the SP. The only weapon they have is to effect sentiment which is why they regularly try to spread rumours or lies. It's because investors get scared and sell up is the only reason they succeed so expect them to keep spreading their lies. Don't sell, hold and all will eventually be well, wait for all the good news or RNS and focus on the excellent trading reports. You know it makes sense, G/L all. :)
Sentiment has been affected by shorters who want to profit from spreading un-proven details. They don't just sell up and go away because they feed on lies hoping to profit by bankrupting QPP.
Everyone can sleep at night because any person or company is entitled by law to be innocent of any charges or accusations until proven. The shorters have no proof so it's safe to discard everything they might say as being false, we know that to be the case because they don't just sell up and go away.
QPP is not going bankrupt or has any cash flow crisis, It's only a question of time before any negative sentiment goes away, the board of directors are committed to getting true share holder value that will be reflected in the SP.
The wise investor or fund manager will see that at today's low SP that the shares are well undervalued. Those who believe in the UK legal system and legal services should easily be able to see a bargain under-priced stock with strong fundamental's. Don't believe in sentimental un-proven rubbish, QPP is a great opportunity for investors. :)
These shares are 90$ after I bought for 14$. I've made no secret of the fact that despite these two successes and others not so high profile, bad sentiment, levels of shorting attacks, acid commentaries from paid and unpaid detractors might put you off, but you should always return to ' why you bought them' in the first place before reacting.
RT past has been largely blamed for the markets mistrust of anything Quindell, well I have already presented a theory at length during others post, so I won't go over old ground, only to say that, when a director sees 350m wiped off his personal four tune during the innovations down turn, in propitiate terms, his disappointment at failing his investors and ultimately not realising his profits was a bad situation all round.
Qunidell ticks all of the boxes for me. Firstly, the innovative model and huge potential to become a global force in the logistics / telematics arena. The exciting Canada and American business opportunities. The determination of the board. The ability of the board to adopt a flexible approach to driving the business forward. The cash generative forecast going forward. The likelihood of more significant overseas tie ups.
After believing that I was just someone who had just been lucky several times, I now think that I might have something?, so it using those same judgment calls/ philosophies, call it what you like, is the reason I invested here, still convinced ' this will be my most successful purchase.
Do I have some concerns, of course. I was amassed when a strange poster accused me of contradicting myself because I had bought 10K worth at 125.4 but talked about concerns in the next breath. Listen, one should constantly be re-evaluating their positions. I am of the opinion that, predators are likely to be circling Quindell and contemplating bid offers as we speak. At what point will growth return to the agenda and how might the market react if QPP were not to exceed predications in the future.
The shorters will do ' the smoke and mirrors bit' and have fun with the market makers pulling the price all over the place, but the inevitable short exit is Imminent, but that alone may only see a partial rise in the share. Improved cash position, institutional buying and a change in the press biased attitude towards QPP will all help move the stock to 350 early 2015 IMO.
Early and sustained investors in ASOS and TESLA and even Qunidell would have recorded returns with a minimum of 500%. All of these companies have faced fierce criticism from the press, poor market sentiment, and in the case of both Tesla and Quindell horrendous shorting attacks. The grumblers, impatient and the pessimists should sell and cut their losses, but the smart money try and ride out the storm storm.
The board have already announced that " they are considering several options with a view to restoring investor confidence' so the future looks good and the right noises a
Fair comment m8, I just spent a very quick time on quindells website, made reference to what they are about, then read the bb now and again and noticed serious divergence between the online front end image and bulliten board chit chat culture.
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