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Share Price: 44.50Bid: 44.00Ask: 45.00Change: 1.00 (+2.30%)Riser - Valirx
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 2.27%Open: 43.50High: 48.50Low: 43.50Yesterday’s Close: 43.50


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ayoung555
Posts: 731
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:58.00
bp82
2 Jun '15
Not wrong there. Now I'd prefer we keep getting 5-10% rises and then land the big one. Pefect time would be in a week or 2. Now is the time to build momentum. It would of been higher than a £1 by the way IMHO
 
bp82
Posts: 317
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:58.00
rns
2 Jun '15
had tht stupid rns not come out, we could be sitting on £1 by now.
johngilchrist
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:58.00
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RE: Guys
2 Jun '15
i assume that the weird small trades are just adjustment to on-market positions ran by Spread Betting companies.

They probably pay next to nothing in commission. But I suspect its an automated bot rather than a human entered trade.

I think we even had the magic "1" trade earlier, which just doesn't make any sense for a normal trade. BTW. I don't believe in signals/codes as clearly in this day and age conspirators just use private chat rooms, or SMS
Obelix
Posts: 8,140
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:58.00
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RE: Guys
2 Jun '15
I prefer to Buy more or top up when I've some spare cash... lol
Some people don't understand they have to pay a premium when they Buy less than Market Size.
Well, "mony a mickle maks a muckle" lol
HeidHoncho
Posts: 1,394
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:58.00
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RE: Guys
2 Jun '15
As the saying goes, "mony a mickle maks a muckle" ........ lol
Obelix
Posts: 8,140
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Price:58.00
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Guys
2 Jun '15
Why small trades? 40 x 0.5910 = £23.64 + commission it's really worth?
ayoung555
Posts: 731
Premium Chat Member
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:58.00
VAL
2 Jun '15
On top of 201 news to come, I really hope we will get an RNS stipulating 401 offers. I am sure they are getting there in abundance. It's going to be an interesting month with so much going on.
johngilchrist
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Price:58.00
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RE: mm's short of shares?
2 Jun '15
just looking at the www.moneyam.com trade blotter .... and 56/60 has been sticky for the last hour. even through we've mostlyhad sells. though the big ones look like a bed'n isa pair

13:58:18 56.80 141 O 56.00 60.00 Sell 241,643 270,489
13:51:03 59.14 389 O 56.00 60.00 Buy 241,643 270,348
13:38:34 56.82 1,334 O 56.00 60.00 Sell 241,254 270,348
13:30:54 57.00 1,881 O 56.00 60.00 Sell 241,254 269,014
13:23:51 57.00 1,000 O 56.00 60.00 Sell 241,254 267,133
13:10:10 56.25 13,182 O 56.00 60.00 Sell 241,254 266,133
13:10:04 56.00 13,357 O 56.00 60.00 Sell 241,254 252,951
13:00:32 59.15 3,381 O 56.00 60.00 Buy 241,254 239,594
13:00:25 59.15 1,216 O 56.00 60.00 Buy 237,873 239,594
12:54:02 56.75 160 O 56.00 60.00 Sell 236,657 239,594
year1970
Posts: 1,570
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:58.00
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RE: year1970
2 Jun '15
...Then I apologise for that, I only read the most current posts. There is nothing wrong of taking profit if they are happy with what they make, it is hard to make any profit in AIM market anyway. Have a good day, I am off.
nickg07
Posts: 689
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Price:58.00
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year1970
2 Jun '15
I was merely replying to someone criticising traders.

When they themselves are trapped at an average higher than the current SP!

it might be a prospect but basically, had people sold at 70p and bought back in at 48-50p they could have taken a profit and already made another 20%!

Explain how this is a worse strategy than holding for 3 years at a loss. I am confused?





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