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I don't think it's inferior to trade, without any interest or knowledge of the Company.
It's just that I find those who do, generally have posts that are just mind-numbingly boring.
Good afternoon WestCCountrybo,
I agree, no one can cause any major drop in the share price by posting here. The news of the deal can come anytime and there is no way anyone here can predict when the news will come. It's impossible. So trading before the news is very risky if you believe that we will get a good deal or deals. I have been here for many years. One of the reason why i started to buy back last year was because of our great CEO.
Looking at the trades buyers are always waiting. After a little dip buyers comes in very aggressive and take the price higher. I think this pattern will continue as we get closer to a deal. MM will also play big games here as they make a killing by fliping the price around. Im happy to wait and watch the action.
Investors/traders who bought at around 20p...30p....40p will sell some and new interstors/traders will buy. The new buyers will be looking at 80p..90p...£1...etc This is very healthy for the share price. We need more buyers at higher price to move up. We need any weak hands who bought in 20's or 30's to sell here and move on.
Im looking at the overall trend. The trend is up and so im happy to add few on any dips but im not selling any yet.
Looking forward to another exciting week.
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Huge Buy at open07 Oct 2021 09:29
What changed your tune Ells? You sell out early and now want back in?? Haha never mind eh the rest of us here who bought between 6-20p are still holding strong as we know the real value here.
Good afternoon iceman, I smile to myself that you think as a trader I will be trying “desperately to get back in cheap”. Having traded this share several times in the last few months if the share price rose from its current price by over 80% on Monday I could still buy back and be better off than if I had just bought and held. If the SP rockets on Monday to multiple £s I will have no regrets and will find another share that I think is worth trading as I have been doing for many years. It’s a shame that some posters try to promote the idea that trading is in some way an inferior activity and it’s far better to sit for years and watch the SP go up and down and do nothing. I. agree there is a healthy debate to be had on the different strategies that can be used to get the best return on an investment but sadly during the last week or so some so called knowledgeable posters here are starting to sound less credible as they try to demean or even threaten posters with reporting them when they dare to give a view that the SP might fall and the possible reasons for that.
It is my opinion that NO poster on here will influence the share price and that any CEO will put the interest of the company ahead of shareholders as that is their job…… to put the companies interest and future first. Good luck to you all I hope your dreams become reality. Me… I will be watching this share and will come back when I consider it’s right for me and sell again when it’s right for me.
Too many misleading posts here! Make your own judgment not based on these posts here but on real facts given out my the management!
Everyone has an opinion? Why? because it’s FREE!
There are traders here who sold out and now are trying desperately to get in cheap. I waited years for VAL to get a deal and I’m NOT going to be selling trying to buy on dips. Then I miss out on the upside? No thank you!
Keep to facts! Bulls want higher, bears want lower!
I ask you all a question. Why post negative here when you don’t own the stock or have no interest in buying?
My target for next week is 70p without news! Take it or leave it. No major company will sign a deal in December! It’s now or next year! My bet is its coming anytime next 2 or 3 weeks!
Good luck all !
IAR, my 12 year old nephew calls strangers pric@s online. Give me your mother's number and we'll see if we can set up a play date for you two.
Said i mean.
I never anything was guarenteed. You have to consider risk vs reward and upside vs downside. I like what I see.
Here is to a big week and a possible RNS.
Congratulations Bluecity on an excellent post, totally agree
There's always a risk, it's just balancing the potential reward.
The big pharma in question could decide to pull out at any point for a whole plethora of reasons. If that were to happen, I'm sure there would be other interested parties. However Val would be heading into the new year knowing cash is soon to dry out. PM, you've already argued that a deal must be imminent because they would lose their competitive edge if they tried to negotiate a partnering deal as the coffers start to run dry. If that were to happen then unfortunately they might need to look at raising more money. With the reputation Val's acquired thanks to their previous board, the share price would plummet in that situation, as trust would be at an all time low.
Before I get called every name under the sun. Guess what, this is the real world and unexpected things can and do happen. Without knowing who's the partner and what's going on in the background, I can only assume the risk of the above happening is very low. But if you start putting your blinkers on and telling people who highlight their concerns that they shouldn't be posting on these boards, for the fear they are creating. Well your narrow minded beliefs are going to get you stung one day. I will never put all my savings in Val as if the unthinkable was to happen, I'd be devastated. It may be a 1% chance, I don't care. People should look after themselves and at the same time be careful with what advise they decide to dish out. Nothing is risk free, especially when it comes to stocks!
Did you watch the Sunday roast with Zak Mir ?
Desperation to get in by some. Positive signs. Some always chase rises with every stock Ells will be the perfect example.
A deal is very close and given our market cap. Expecting a fantastic week ahead. Only 65 million shares most of which held by LTHs.
I wouldn't worry. Along with terrier, I've never read a post from him that hasn't made me want to throw myself off the nearest bridge.
I am happy to be corrected, but my recollection is periodic eeyore-type posts to tell us how the world will shortly end on the stock market, but only for VAL holders.
Your 11.21. Will you read the first sentence Again. So In your reasoning Morris and Vainikka gone Didn't affect the SP. You need to make up your mind. AIMO.
I guess the poster also forgot to add:-
1. The outbreak of World War 3
2. Another Terrorist twin tower Type Attack taking the entire stock market down with it
3. A nuclear bomb landing on London
4. An Astroid hitting the Earth
5. The Sun going Out
It amazes me why some people even get out of bed in the morning: I mean you risk falling and hitting your head, cutting yourself shaving and bleeding to death, scolding yourself making a cup of tea, chocking on your toast that's if you haven't burnt the house down first, electrocuting yourself and don't get me started on taking the car out, have you seen the traffic on the roads these days...
Indeed the risks are all there.....
Jeeze the extent some will go to to try and encourage sellers to hack a few pence off an already materially under priced stock is pathetic.
If the stock is not for you, invest elsewhere, if it is then strap a pair on and take a position.
At £35m mcap i genuinely don't think you can find a better risk/reward ratio anywhere on the entire AIM market. I mean there are risks and there are risks, we are £ 35m not £ 350m, not really that much to think about..
Positive affect and they were removed therefore does not apply. Suzy is popular here so chance of that soon. Besides not worth talking about if you are worried that someone will leave when they are positive or suddenly drop then perhaps you should not be investing in any company.
Loss of Key personnel. Morris and Vainikka Gone had No affect ???. LOL. It was The Major affect so far. The rest So far on the Pumps and Hype. The only Real Positive hopefully will be When/If Valirx complete the Deal that you have been Informed of In that Presentation. The Ink Is on the nib stage... And the Market see It as a good deal. Anyway not log to wait to find out. AIMO
@Badsterman at least your post is balanced and is not designed to create fear. I would disagree though that it is one against the other. Both Nick and Adam are in agreement that a deal is on the cards. Nick is in a slightly different situation having purchased most of his holdings at a very low price around 6p many years ago and has only sold a very small amount compared to his overall holding. He also feels the price will increase significantly.
Yep I agree…
These risks are inherent in all investments.
The balance of probability is that Suzy will deliver a deal at some point, certainly our biggest investor appears to believe that and has added to his holding.
However, another of our big investors has taken some profits this week.
So who is right and who is wrong?
The answer is neither of them, it's all about your own personal "attitude to risk".
Ellis hoping your property is connected to the mains sewerage, you spout so much $hite you'd need your Septic tank emptied every couple if days!
Your comments last night was like a 7 yr old.
Remember this is AIM, and driven mostly on sentiment and news. At the moment sentiment is high, and news imminent ond many fronts.
Not really. Loss of key personnel although anything is possible is not really a good reason to put forward for the price to go down. Also some of his points are very misleading. He does not mention that Adam Hargreaves has added at these levels and Nick has already publicly stated on this board that he feels that that price will go up and is top slicing along the way. His points are misleading and damaging to the company.
Nom is no dunce, he’s been here a while..
He’s just giving “valid” reasons…
After all nothing is guaranteed?
Numbers 3&7 are the big ones, but at this level would you not agree that the risk vs reward is tipped in the shareholders favour?
The Sunday roast sold it to me, I trust Suzy will deliver..
I am very confident atm… though nothing is guaranteed