Having read this board and iii for the last few days and being a LTH, there have been all manner of disparate views on the whys and wherefores of the stock and where it is going.
I would ask is why there are so many new entrants to the game and why there are so many who have taken an interest in AMC.
Professional people would not waste their time on something that they did not consider to be meaningful investments and let's not be in any doubt that there is every likelihood that some are paid to do what they do.
Ask the question - for whom and why?
For the good of their health? Unlikely.
Because they wish to lead the souls who've wandered off the true path of life back into one in which they may be truly redeemed at the Pearly Gates? Even less likely!
Because they might make a profit by stiffing you in the short term, safe in the knowledge that this stock is worthy? You bet!
All manner of silly comments have appeared here and elsewhere in recent days at both ends of the spectrum of, what we refer to, as ramp and de-ramp.
It is your choice folks. Trade if you're a trader, short if your a shorter, or stay put if you believe in the fundamentals of the company and hold long for the end game.
My own view is that there remains an excellent prospect here. It is easy if you've not done your homework to fall off the waggon and sell, regardless of the short term cost. If you've been here for a while with a modest average cost, that is easier said than if you are a relative newcomer and are starting to feel the pinch.
All I would say to those posting is to be reminded that there will be people who have made and ones who have lost. Please don't gloat at losers, that is unfair. We all make mistakes sometimes, however clever and experienced we believe ourselves to be and I'm sure that the gloaters have more than enough investment skeletons in the cupboard. If they are really that clever, with respect, they wouldn't be here now, contributing in such worldly wise fashion unless of course they are truly complete charlatans.
1) People waiting patiently for licence are 4x, 5x, 6x in profit 2) Anyone in here in April who had awoken from a coma at 5pm would be ecstatic with today's close 3) If you held at 40p you could've sold at 40p. It's not fair to blame AIM/the market/MMs. They gave you a selling opportunity. They're now giving you a buying opportunity
We make our own decisions here, it's a massive overreaction to blame everything and anything but yourself.
Well this is really horse racing not real sp value. Also the real **** has not been dug out of the ground yet. Geologists like ry are not stupid they know for a fact where the real **** is and we all know Russia takes up 1/3rd of the planet. Russia has more minerals than anyone. The sp wouldn't rise on nothing from 2.71p last yr to 44p this yr. Hold onto these shares the **** is valuable and enough to liken to diamonds. Mm games again to buy more shares. I am with Hargreaves the trades after 4.30pm are huge amounts £44k,£50k looks like mms buys to me. Even my 12102 shares are worth a good amount at 89p. I prefer to sell at this price becoz this is aim. Profit takers including mms will sell at this price like what's happening with bacanora minerals, started on aim earlier this yr at 31p now around below 80p didn't do much for sp for 6 months or more then suddenly news skyrockets this to nearly £1. Can't say this will happen to amur. Becoz it was bought at 2.71p by many last yr not 31p. Not worth buying anymore shares in this thinking sp bottomed out. Mms watching buys and sells closely. Probably using software to determine this. Let mms take this back to 2.71p or below. It will skyrocket as the fastest sp rise in aim history better than New world o&g. This is the aim of mms. Aim is the mms casino,red 32 or black jack. Wait for real sp to be realised on news, wait for ry's news. The mineral wealth is real and huge.
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