Barbedwirekiss, I agree. it was quite strange/bizarre that they were selling at the price paid. I did notice the bulk of the sales were by holders who had more than retail/individual investors were allocated, so I can only assume it was institutionals reducing their total holdings, maybe because the market was shakey about what Yellen was going to say friday, or because they, like everyone else it seems, werent satisfied with the almost non-movement in the shareprice.
Hi all, just dropping by as I wanted to see what the mood about Infinis was, seeing as I am now a holder. One thing to clarify. In the prospectus there is a clause that says that the deal brokers are not allowed to offload any shares for 6 months AND the directors of the company cannot sell any for 12 months (without prior consent). I can't remember which page that was on (225+ pages) but it looks likely that there won't be any major shocks coming from the board/inside the business for the first half a year. What I can't quite understand is the million+ sales that are showing up in the trade sheets, unless they're by some major holders who want to lock-in the 10p+ gain (about 4%). The real test, of course, will be 8am Weds morning when the shares go on the open market. Good luck everyone, hope the SP goes your way.
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