I honestly would not expect to get this (kind of comment) or a thump in the face on a friday night out on the town. (coz it would hurt.) But a long winded explanation on a Bulliton Board like that @ 22-24 was really a side swipe, Maybe i should give you some advice, Watch, Read , Research, And listen, Isn`t that what we advise our children to do ??
Jim, as usual spot on IMHO, with youre comments, please keep it up, and as for you potty, well, what can i say, !......( a bismuth preparation) sounds a little bit out of my bounds, maybe the DOC, (if he`s not too busy with a barmaid) would enjoy it with creme methes, Hope he`s OK, not heard from him in a long time, and i miss our little chats Take care guy`s/girl`s... BW for the w-end.......m....................PS.... bawbag give it a rest,you are just boreing now,try ukog...OOOHHH.....,m
your logic seems to be based upon your future experience, but you admit your decision making was wrong in the past, so using your experience as a measure isn't really logical after all.
dilution was the big issue, but most people would have saw that coming, being as the company was constantly making a loss.
i have traded in vog for about 3 years, and i would say i'm probably 100% or more up by now.
when buying shares, the only things i consider are, is the stock going to be worth more eventually? and based on the graph, is the share likely to be worth more very soon? the first answer is all about the fundamentals of the company, which VOG has always satisfied. and the second answer is based upon expected news and whether the graph looks psychological primed from the point of the last SP correction - as such, i always buy a falling or plateaued stock, and never a strong rising one.
i have bought VOG shares in pretty much every trough, and sold out 30% on most of the immediate rises, this time being the only exception to the sale of 30%, although quite clearly i made the wrong call; and i certainly would have been even better off had i always sold 100% of my holdings. this should have risen more in my opinion and don't like the idea of missing a continued rise, or a spike. i think we're due a bit of a slow rise (2p/week) until the power station news, which should add 10p to the SP, and another 5-10p rise if the cement factory is released separately.
the moving average is only going one way until after both pieces of news....we all know this, so why are you waiting for a rise before buying? you'll just suffer the following downward trend-as there is no more news expected following those 2 updates. i strongly recommend you buy now, and sell most of your stock following the news, then re-buy after it plateaus at a lower price. i expect a rise this month, but i think in 4 months time, the share price will be back at 70p. i think the share price will keep trending down post-news until dividends are announced.
this company has made it, and SP will grow year on year, but i am fearful of a big lul every year in the rainy seasons - which is coming up soon - and i'd like to make the most i can out of this, not sit on it for 3-10 years.
Edna and I will put and keep a smile on your dial. After years on here we've found: 1) A Vicarage 2) Parsonage 3) The Dan Goat 4) Wicker Man 5) Kiko man (soya sauce) 6) Maplins holiday camp 7) A crooked casino 9) Windy Millers personal unsecured loan company 10) The bona beris (if you get it see a Doctor- and quick (recommends a bismuth preparation) 11) The jam production line 12) Ian Mbeales coffee shop on the Beri Beri industrial estate
Hope your're well and hanging in there Sire. It's Not Long Now and I hope you're strapped in ! ;)
Nice to see you on this BB again,have to admit, even i don`t post much (nonsense ) here very much, i do miss your`e research and insight, at least it proves youre still alive and kicking, :-).....BW........m
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