Well I was Stupid a few years ago to think aim was an investment tool the quicker they get rid off the better so corrupt sickening
RE: What a disaster
I would say that unless you have been involved in some of the recent pumps and dumps......hur, mosman, rem, rxp, etc (there has been a spike in P&Ds lately) then most peoples aim portfolios are not looking to good at present. You need to get onto one of the syndicate traders mailing list @ around £250 a month I have been informed they are charging to be part of the gang......just ask one of the big volume posters or premium members if you can join in. (Someone like our friendly fisherman would know who to ask) Speaking to one of my old city mate last night he was stating that aim will likely vanish within the next 5 years due to lack of ii interest in actually investing (they are making their money on smash and grabs in most instances) and that pi's are not putting money up due to the whole market being rigged in favour of the companies and or people involved in placings etc. The mms have sliced off the own noses with greed and are reaping what they can before they either see sense or blow their other foot off. Good luck hope and I you comment was a flippant one.
What a disaster
My portfolio is so bad I want to hang myself
They would pass it on to a Russian company.. As it's a Russian bank that holds the debt...
I'm not sure they would - they are a bank so what do that want to own an oil company for?
RE: Good or bad??
If no buyers come in my view is that sberbank will pull the plug and take the assets. They stated that negotiations were ongoing so maybe this is the only option available to them. I give it a month.
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