at global investors . They keep dumping their original holding as fast as they can . Seeing as how the company purchased even more cheap shares in this company only a few days ago , with massive growth on the cards over the next 3 years , can mean only one thing . Sod the long term huge profits and growth , just give the little spiv his annual bonus for being short sited for a quick buck
of favor . Mining shares are out of favor. Lenders to sme's are making huge gains and profits and are growing fast like 1pm , who's last target price on the shares after the placing was 80p should be next in line . i see on 1pm's website on their social media posts that they are trying to higher loads more staff . lets see what happens next
Interesting that all these sells over the last couple of weeks havent moved the bid price down from 66p. It has stayed put. It's encouraging because once these sellers are out of the way then surely the price can only go one way. Expecting this to go to 80p by end of January
shares early this morning and are delaying the show until some buys come in me thinks . With the company set to grow substantially over the next three years with huge demand , especially with banks having to hold a 20% buffer , thus reducing the banks willingness to loan ,why would this holder who purchased a whole load more shares at 62p want to keep selling and hold the price down . Surely , they should wait for a big rise to 80p and sell smaller amounts and get bigger profits . Perhaps someone wants a bonus and doesn't care about long term profits and a sure bet . In the meantime we have to wait to see 90p again
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