come on , my friend, that was a tongue in cheek remark because somebody (who had obviously doen their research) had seriously asked if the max you could buy was 300.000 shares or 300.000 pounds. You have to admit that was funny and if it was 300.000 ppounds it would be quite strange and would equate to a takeover bid, buying a substantial number of shares. That is the truth. People are getting excited when somebody buys a million share, i.e 1500 pounds worth so 300.000 would be a serious effort. a little bit of humour is allowed while we are waiting for the final news from the EGM and makes a difference from the constant droning on of a full buy here or mms playing games there, posts of total irrelevance. I will continue to pop in once a while but don't feel that I have been in any way unreasonable or even bearish on the share for some time, but lets lighten the mood a bit, ehh?
for 300.000 in cash you can make a takeover bid for this company LOL
So, that IMO is you saying what SER is worth..... Now I call that Dissing That's why I said what I said
Yes we all know about taking profits etc etc, and that if you recall ,,, is exactly what I did some while ago, when the SP was over 2p. But I've since dipped my tie in at the bottom and think that I have a good chance of making some more cash. Even so, if I've sold, unless I was looking to get back in again, I would leave the BB alone, unless of course you have an ulterior motive ...
yes - and the board have been asking everyone to vote. I should think it will be well passed - there s no alternative. BUT I anticipate a big spike (dyor) that will carry my .149 1 million to a magic carpet....????!!!!!
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