Might get a top up sub 40p the way the sp is going down!! LOL.
The LOGP chart is bad. ichimokutrader.com have it as a Strong Bear. They have had LOGP as a Strong Bear since the 4th February at 51.25p. I should have followed their advice instead of ignoring it.
You are wasting your time keep posting tick tock. I just don't take much notice of other posters comments. I make up my own mind, right or wrong!! Anyway a few pence here and there wont make much difference when the LOGP sp is north of 75p. When will that be? No idea, but I'm hopeful that the PVR Barryroe, which is hopefully due next week, will see the LOGP sp rising again and the re-rating of LOGP begin.
How do you know it will hit 43p before the end of March? It might be 45p, or 50p, or 70p, or higher, if the CPR is bullish, or 30p, or lower, if the CPR is bearish. How do you know when PVR will issue the Barryroe CPR? It could be tomorrow, or monday, or tuesday, or thursday, or maybe it wont be available until April?
You keep gong on about chart technicals, but barchart.com base their sp predictions on a range of chart technicals. They presumably currently have LOGP as a short term, mid term and long term sell. However I GUARANTEE you that if the sp drops to 43p that wont have changed their bearish opinion. In fact their prediction, based on the chart technicals, for the sp will be even MORE BEARISH. Only a rise in the sp with increasing volume will change those chart technicals into a bullish stance.
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