AJ I just think that social media is very much part of our lives. I am of a certain age to have two grown up daughters both of whom conduct a significant part of their social lives on that medium. Whilst it is not for me, I can see the benefits of reaching audiences that you may not otherwise reach. It is just another forum for information is what I am trying to say in a roundabout way, just as this site and other less reputable sites are. VOG in my view should embrace this and understand the power of social media, in the same way as the shorters and rampers use bulletin boards for their own ends.
For my own part I need VOG to go considerably higher to be in profit - not at the 6p levels thankfully, but having been in for two years or so, I am probably now at my most comfortable with the stock and am happy to stay in for as long (sensibly) as it takes.
yes there are many that jumped ship the last 6 months or more and now regret it. there are also those that sold after the last rise, i will not say spike as if you look at the charts it wasn't one,thinking it was going to fall back again, only to get caught out. i sold a few around 1.05p to only buy them back the next day after having a nights sleep on it.i had worked hard to get my average down and thought it daft to move that money to another stock. so yes i bought them back at a slightly higher price i think.
Hammers Surely it cannot be a good idea to try and suck people into a stock they may not have otherwise found other than through social media. I am really pleased vog is having a good run, and that I am well in profit. But anyone who is stupid enough to be influenced by sm rampers, rather than digging about for themselves, would soon end up in the bedwetters corner at the first whiff of a drop imo. There are more than enough already, thanks!
At least we can all sleep at night now without the worry of vog going bust.we know it's coming back it's just taking a little longer to do so.Credit to all those that took the gamble and bought more shares when we were in the 1p range, but I can fully understand why many of the long termers with very large holdings at 4p-5p and above thought it better not to throw even more money at this.well done all those that have already made some profits.
Voger you would appear to be over ramping this share. I have to let you know that this is having a negative effect on me. Can i take it that titford left because he screwed up. Vog need to pay back cash to jack and foo needs to explain where the cash went...
Yes sometimes people say sell out and make a loss and then try your hand on something else to make the money up, but when you have sold it's sod's law it always goes back up and that money is gone for ever. it's very true you only make a loss when you sell so if you don't need the money it's sometimes better to just sit it out.
It is amazing the power of social media. Stephen Kendal, who I follow on Twitter, somehow picks up all references in the social media to stocks and publishes a list of the 20 or 50or 70 in this case most talked about stocks. Because of the chatter around about VOG it has now moved to No7. Social media to me is vitally important and something VOG really need to engage with to get over the message about their business.
Stephen P Kendal @StephenPKendal
UK - Top 70 #MostTalkedAbout #Stocks: £QPP £MAGP £REM £GKP £WSG £MSMN £MXO £VOG★⤴ £RXP £OEX £ROSE £KEA £SOLG £VAL
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