I agree it is torture watching the sp fall from 88p recently after all the company has achieved ,,,question is why ? I don't think we will see any improvement until figures and probably no big money invested until signs of a divi. imho unfortunately we are in catch 22 land right now. So if figures are good in next report will we get back to 88p ! it is testing my patience too but my plan was always 2017/ 2018 so must stick to my guns until then although I don't like what aim is doing to us.
It maybe the grexit effect but for sure next week it will be Ukraine followed on Wednesday by a Chinese wobble and then a fright about the bond price... Ahh the joys of being an investor. Edna.. Have you tried magic mushroom from the allotment. The world will take on a new perspective for sure..
Once again it looks like the sp has and is drifting back to it’s ridiculously low levels that we have seen over the last 1-2 years, even with all the good news that has been released within the last 6-9 months. Now as a share holder one gets the impression however true it is or not , that the bod do not give a fig about the sp as they do not seem to have a PR plan to support the sp with trading up-dates and market information when it’s needed. Now that makes you think there could be another plan by the bod to just let the sp drift even lower to encourage a ridiculously low take over price so the bod can get out altogether, but I hope that is NOT the case.
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