Well, they can wish this stock down all they want, but it won't change the fact that they've just appointed Ogier Corporate Services and got a loan of 500,000 for investment purposes. Both actions that look more like a company about to go "Boom" rather than "Pop".
Evil a**e is burnt 6% today.. hahaha... they need money to spend for christmas, so making panic in the Market.... that cheap blogger was pushed out the company last year..... year basically he outperformed to achieve Mr. Failure of the year 2011, so he was pushed out... lol... if you go to Rivington Street and ask who is Mr.Failure 2011, everyone will know.... lol...
Let's hope it continues before any news. Another of my long time favourites, UEN is moving. It has removed it's baggage and going in the right direction. FDI, ready for movement. TGL, warming up with some good RNS's. PIRI, must be soon. LDP, the same. PRS, excellent long term. PGR, please don't go yet.
For a start where would he get his hands on enough shares to short this to make it worthwhile? This isn't a share like ASOS or even most other AIM shares in terms of free float. Even If he somehow managed to get his hands on a very large chunk of shares (you think AB jnr would loan then to him?) the price he'd get would be way below current market price so it would be a taking HUGE gamble to start with?
Personally I think this is pie in the sky stuff, this share just isn't liquid enough to short efficiently.
Well, we're none the wiser, but my confidence is increasing about this stock. It rebounded at 2.5p and did not fall to the July low of 1.895 as it had before. Although this BB is quiet, I think's there a lot of interest. I believe we'll see higher than 4.3p soon, and possibly more with news of an investment. Good luck to all invested.
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