Nice post and yes thats how a lot of investers see it on here and are playing it. is funny watching the resident parrot get all upset thou when someone says something he dont like. Bet his blood pressure tablets for the old girl are running low with all the stress and desk thumping she dose. Hahahaha
Having seen the posts over the last few days I am feeling compelled to respond to Cashgirls statement - SP is all that matters - she is right - if you want to make a few quid on the back of every little spike that happens and are living day to day off market fluctuation - but this does nothing for the future prospects of the company as it drives down value, damages confidence and basically puts people off as they can see the day traders crawling all over every SP move, ECR has delivered many a bonus at this level. For other investors this tends to be a journey where they try to understand the personality and potential of the company, strategy, market to determine an informed prediction of the future value of their investment. So SP today is for cashgirl all that matters as she has no interest in the journey. For me, SP today is not so critical - it's what it will be in 6/9 months time though I fear that ECR SP will struggle to develop its full potential whilst the cashgirls on AIM pick the bones out of every move. AIM is brutal place made all the more so by individuals whose only interest is in the minute by minute SP.
There is no serious debate here last week you were banging on about slm and this being at the bottom now all of a sudden that is forgotten.Many investors here need 200% plus rise to get out even and if someone dares to question the validity of the bod strategy they are insulted .Is that what serious debate is.
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