I'm not that surprised, Ezey was right to a certain extent, but don't tell him!!!. There is little value as it stands. But as I say, sentiment rules on AIM. I remember chatting with one poster on a share years ago who was having his last throw of the dice as he had lost £30k over the years on Aim. Then someone in another share made £100K, then subsequently lost it all on an IPO share. It really is a calculated gamble. GL
That people have lost money here, it would be hilarious. How they get away with this for so long is staggering. Have they ever been to Finland? It's a wonder that they haven't started other companies to boost their income.
You're probably right if that's your experience. But from my experience after being in and out of approx. 250 different shares over the years it is better to play it, whereas some have you locked in. Anyway, time will tell and I'm optimistic for this, it's just a waiting game.
Until news, Aim reacts to every sell, as at it stands there is not much value attached. Always take profits or top slice, you're always going to get in cheaper later. You can guarantee that Eezy will always turn up when it's red, we will miss him one day!!!!