Now I know what limit orders are, It's when a company like vog put out a rns for investors to limit the number of shares they buy, well it feels like that over the last 2-3 weeks. again only 14 trades today madness.!!!!!!
Everything that prevented RSM from paying is supposed to by settled and VOG have said they are now working well together . On that basis there is no reason to believe the payments are not right up to date of the last request.
every one has their own opinion but thought I would just say that I have bought another 20000 shares while the price is where it is , o k we might have more ups and downs but this share I am convinced will finally show its true value , yes I agree this share this share should be renamed and called patience but don't bale out you will all be rewarded in time , like many of you have been here for many many years but surely that is one of the main reasons we should stay firm and have belief , I wish you all well and hope you come to enjoy the ride along with myself
By its very nature is a boom or bust market, VOG in my opinion has now passed the Boom phase and is now sitting in the true investment stage. this occurred once the consolidation happened, we are no longer an AIM penny share, we are an AIM 70p share. AIM investors do not want 70p shares as they like to hold millions of penny shares as they feel they will get rich if it hits £1. We need to get ourselves out of AIM & fast if we are to see true value
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