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Aghh, that's a bugga Si. But think of all the lovely fresh parsnips to come.
Just checking in before hitting the sack and seems like I'm not the only one still up. Had a lovely evening sat out with mates under the heated shelter enjoying a good half a dozen trad hand pulled whilst the thunderstorm and lightning passed over. Fabulous to see mother nature at work and I don't mind that sort of rain with a purpose.
I'm not a great chartist and I don't know if yours would ever have shown ORPH at 6p but I do remember not so long ago that trajectory lines sort of started in the West Midlands and headed quicksticks towards Newcastle. If the logic that created those charts were applied to the one you put up this evening then would those same lines now be pointing at somewhere south of Gravesend? I know the view depends on timelines but do people really buy and sell on that the sort of 'research'? Is that how 'the bottom' is determined? I ain't got a clue but FWIW you could well be right to sit on your hands for now if you're not forced to act.
Warren (if you're reading this) - Wasn't Maximus Decimus Meridius a mate of Biggus Dickus, and wasn't the shout out "you hold mine, you hold mine"?
At 31 we are around £190 million. Livongo bought Teledoc for billions just for its data business. We have the largest infectious disease database in the world. We have one of the fastest growing lab tasting businesses anywhere. More testing = more data cubed is the value of it in pounds.
Time for me to start building back in. Cf will add to these businesses. Lots of potential and added dealmakers onto the board for that reason.
Was also looking at that area as support, but not going to do anything, regardless. I've still got every last penny in here. lol For better or worse. **** or bust! Wish I'ld waited and not bought a new rotavator now. :(
I started a top slice at 39.5p. Had every last penny in here at one point. Hit 34 and bought a decent chunk back and got more to come.
30-31p is the bottom of the channel. I think we are pretty oversold. The ex employees may allow us to hit that area.
The upside well it's very very healthy. When CF is panting to get some more stock and is invested to the gills it tells you the angle of travel for the company. We are building the base as before and should see some very strong returns without the anxiety of other stocks.
Oddly enough, Earache, I nearly posted a similar heading last night saying, "good time to sell". For that reason only. To maximise the amount of shares one could put into an ISA for a given amount. Though some may have taken it the wrong way. :) From what i've observed by looking at the chart of the last month, after the start of the new financial year, the sp climbed pretty much with hardly a stutter. Think it was about to level off just below 40p when the DIM launch RNS came out. It then carried on to the new high until the details of the spin-out were released. Given the time frame it then started to falter. I too thought that the bounce from 38p was it. But after the GM results it did start off going in the right direction only get back to around the 38p mark again. When, last night, I saw it had touched the 35.50p mark during yesterday, I thought, it's okay , it did kinda stop there briefly on the way up, maybe a good time to do a B&I in the morning. If anything it might go back as far as the 34.50 resistance it found before the 6th of April. Saw it drop back down there first thing. Thought oh bugger, turned everything off at went to work an hour early. All thoughts of ISA's went out of my head. lol Well done on your unintentional luck though. Silver linings and all that. Think a lot of peeps are acting a bit like day traders TBH. Jeeze, there's still at least a week to go. Here's what I was looking at last night. NB, it's a chart. Black magic and all that. :) https://invst.ly/ursd9 Good luck all, for whatever tomorrow brings. Just remember what's written of the cover of THGTTG. ;)
Over and above the general market carnage of this last few days, people have been asking "why on earth is anyone selling ORPH at this time - they must be mad".
Well I'd been watching it drop all last week from 41.75 on Monday and was within a whisker of selling 2 x £10k's worth @ 37.55 last Friday afternoon but I held off just in case there was some positive weekend press coverage. Yesterday afternoon I sold £20k's worth in one lump at 36.00p.
I wasn't re-balancing my PF like some have done (I'm still as top heavy as anyone is on that front) and I hadn't lost faith in ORPH's potential. I was simply doing the first part of my Bed&ISA that HL had refused all its 'valued' private clients. That will settle overnight tonight and so tomorrow morning I'll move the £20k across to my ISA and choose the right time to put it all back into ORPH. If it opens as it closed today then I'll be roughly 3,000 shares or £1,000 better off. If the sp continues to slide I'll hold back and see what happens. SO, UP YOURS HARGREAVES LANSDOWN !!!
This was no genius investor call - I just got lucky this time around - but even though my deadline for maxing out my 2021 ISA with ORPH in anticipation of in specie news was 18th May, no-one including me was going to sell £20k's worth into a rising market and miss two day's uplift unless they absolutely had no choice. The downturn, sharper than anyone expected given the widely touted support at 38p, has presented the opportunity to make the switch. If I'd done it last Friday I'd be looking at 6,000 extra shares by now but that's history. I'll settle for whatever tomorrow brings re the sp and spread and take it from there.
The point of the "Sellers" thread title is that I won't be the only who's done this. Think how many frustrated HL clients were out there who couldn't sell, settle and re-buy a chunk of their ORPH shares without risk of seriously losing out on the transaction. Gaining from it will be a bonus but within all those sellers of the last few days could be a lot of 50,000 to 56,000 blocks of shares that have helped drive the drop. They should be coming back over the next few days as the sp bottoms out and finds its support. Where that level is remains to be seen but I hope there's no way the MM's can now drop the sp on the Pharma IP spin out. With all the other news to come I think we could be in for a serious bit of celebrating when the pubs finally get back to normal operations and it stops fecking raining. GLA.