The Board of Plutus announces that it has today been notified that, on 25 March 2013, James Longley (Finance Director of Plutus) sold in the market, at price of 1.0 pence per share, 600,000 ordinary shares of 0.1 pence each ("Ordinary Shares"). In addition the Board of Plutus was today notified that, on 25 March 2013, James Longley's son, Oliver Longley, acquired in the market 600,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of 1.01 pence per Ordinary Share. Oliver Longley is deemed to be a connected person of James Longley under the AIM Rules for Companies by virtue of him being under the age of 18 years. MUST KNOW THIS IS ABOUT TO MOVE GIVING SOME TO HIS SON.
that rns out the way there was a 1.25 mill buy at 1.29 on friday so someone has taken a stake The Board confirms that, in accordance with its Investing Policy, it continues to evaluate a number of investment opportunities in the natural resources sector, all of which are at a preliminary stage. so something is coming eventually
Although there is long term potential here, I always worry when seeing a spike without a RNS like last Friday so did not buy.. it's been a learning curve because six months ago I would have chased the spike but being impaled several times has thankfully made me just a little more cautious..
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