Thanks for the reply guys, I like AMC but could do with the money but like you R34 I don't want to sell at a loss so I may just get rid of the little ticker symbol off my phone and iPad and ignore for a while, hopefully KEA will hit 5-7p and that will sort me out until Amur hits a bigger price. GLA
It depends if your desperate for the money. It could be another year before the licence is given? who knows? I bought in a while back and would be selling at a loss right now so I'm happy to hold until licence is given. I can't see any reason why they shouldn't be given it being that they've been granted it before. If you can afford to wait then hold as in previous times the share price has hit circa 20p which at this price now is a bargain
On what I should do, small investor trying to just make my money do more than the friggin banks do with it, what are your honest opinions about AMC? I like the share but this licence is reallyyyyyy dragging and was considering selling off some (at a loss) to get into REM or STG or should I just hold in AMC, won't take any advice as gospel as I know its my decision but was after some others views if possible. Thanks.
Wrong kind of tarts for Tiny!!!!! Sorry won't be able to make Oct presentation - wrong side of the pond for now. Need the big L to come in to buy the plane ticket and come over for the 50pence - £1 party or anywhere in between! Gotta remember Tiny the sun will come out tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar!!
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