I agree, I have noticed a complete lack of logic and consistency in your arguments.
Please try to stay on topic and address the specific points / questions asked of you because you are starting to sound like a politician, or someone who doesn't really know their subject matter and are having to make it up as they go.
There's no shame in accepting defeat gracefully, particularly now that you have tried multiple avenues that have each failed to support your views.
Anyway, let's try going back to the original question from yesterday that you are so keen to dodge:
You stated previously that a bullish signal for Range would be a significant rise in share price. Please can you state clearly, without equivocation, what in your opinion this would be, either as a percentage increase or value in pence?
As its unlikely my prediction of below 0.5 will be reached by close of play friday, i have honour my bet by paying £5 to the BHF as promised. I still feel we will see 0.5 and below but on this occasion I was wrong
Don't really see the sp going anywhere unless the volume picks up. Compare the volumes this morning with 88E. They have a third of the shares range does but they have moved over 50 million shares this morning compared to our miserly amount. The big spread doesn't help but 88 working on a 10% spr3ead.
DT - No logic in that whatsoever, so are you saying all traders are short term traders or think short term? no logic whatsoever in that I'm afraid. Also I would say 24p is very relevant to those PI's who bought in at that level and cannot average down....
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