I've never seen so much vitriol on22 Oct 2019 09:31
this board, and we've had our share of ****! In all my years in AIM I have never ever seen one of these posters at an AGM or Event!??? (discounting sonic). I genuinely don't understand what they get out of taking shots at fellow investors?.
bcl42 I don't think there's anything to be embarrassed about as we all invested in good faith. I also don't think LC expected Kibo to be in this position irrespective of the changing sentiment towards him.
Dirty trick or necessity?
Imo nothing changes if he gets us across the line. I still believe it will only take one piece of good news to send us forward..
It's a strategy that has worked for me several times over the years, most recently against the odds at LSAI. LSAI rose out of the remains of Proxama as the trolls howled in pain only to be voted the best share on AIM back in March. Needless to say the trolls mysteriously disappeared?
Always bearing in mind that shares can go up and down!
Sausage I would be far less comfortable if my average was still 0.88, but not because I think Edenville will not succeed, but because in the short term a single spike like the 23rd Jan 2017 without retrace could put me in the black quite sometime before 0.88 is reached,....but a BIG BUT, in saying that with the right news we know this could hit 1p plus in hours, because we have experienced it!!
Without checking I think I reduced my average here by 76% for an absolute fraction of my investment to 0.88 For me the extra cash injection to achieve that reduction is negligible if it went tits up tomorrow, compared to the possibility of breaking-even, or making a profit or being in a position to put a sensible stoploss in place. 'Really Negligible' imo
bcl42 We know it's not possible for anyone to have the slightest idea where we might be tomorrow let alone next year. Personally I believe there will eventually be a favourable outcome, and in the nearer term will favour those that have chosen to be proactive. As it stands I doubt it would take any more than 'news' of a potentially successful project to put Kibo right back up there.