Hoping someone can shed some light for me as a relatively inexperienced investor. This share will delist from the AIM market but if you hold a stake will you still retain the partial ownership of the company or will AL need to buy you out? Will you still qualify for dividends etc in the future or benefit if the company gets brought?
I feel very bad for those still in here recently. I had a high average around 0.50p from 2/3 years ago when I really felt we were on to something with the new emissions laws at that time. To be fair to Allex, with whom I disagreed at the very beginning, he has posted 'red flags' on the company regularly with the result that I came round to his pov and bit the bullet around 0.18p 3 or 4 months ago. No PI's should blame themselves for this debacle as every enquiry regarding delisting, and there have been many on a regular basis for years due to the 75% stake, has been strongly rebuffed with a 'we are committed to staying on AIM' etc, etc. I will be charitable and say that they had a change of strategy, rather than misleading PI's for years, but in either case, it's a great shame that you can never rely on anything from any Directors mouth of an AIM company (see BMR, NEW and several other 'misleading' examples).
I hope you all manage to get into a multibagger with your next investment. GLA.
im the same as you are and all I can say is we have lost our cash,i gambled on this share and lost I can except that but with this company I think the brothers who own al who own optare have just stole our cash
Hi, why if these are to be delisted, why are people still buying. Don't understand?????? Surely, will they not loose their money. I have £1000 invested her at 0.36, so that is more or less gone now, but is there any point averaging down when delisting is coming????
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