Ftse up about 12% since the start of the year which is really great The blvn opportunity is that the share price could well go back up to£4 So worth holding 5% of your investments the risk / reward looks great Kh is a smart operator and the share price could turn very quickly best to be in as timing is very very difficult
Neilmac, sorry mate I'm not coming out to play today, my posting history has nothing to do with the comments regarding ChrisOil. I could care less whether you believe my comments but facts are facts, BLVN is being shorted. For the record I would not short BLVN myself although I do believe that the SP will go down and may present a buying situation. It's on my watchlist and I check in here from time to time to see if there is any news I've missed. The fact is that Ithaca is up over 50% in the last month, BLVN isn't. Facts mate, remember them?
There is only one short open on BLVN above the reportable 0.5% and that is by GSA Capital Partner who increased thier holding recently from 0.48 to 0.60% a mere 0.12% . Please do your homework and back up your Quotes with facts.
This board has got to be like a troll convention. All converging in one place and missing the obvious. Indexes rising through the roof. ( I did recommend the FTSE 100 9 months ago) but no..........you just want to stick with AIM. And then..... Abuse and blame everyone you can think of. May I just say that if you concentrated on your investments and paid a little less attention to being trolls then you might make some money. Worked for me.
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