yes, they made a profit: £3mill ish, down from £20 mill... not a grand trajectory. Noone would be happy about that...but, as you say, once the bottom is found.
But it's shocking that folk'll be looking at a fiver as a good day! But guess we'll see what happens.
late night issues... okay, i take your position as gospel and can imagine you're not best pleased with the siutation. in that respect, we're on the same page and I guess we'd both appreciate some news that came directly from BoD now that would prove their words.
And I do buy shares... just, atm, it's indv, among others. Maybe join you in AAOG again when that news finally drops...
Until then, best of luck.
They lost £2bill from £13bill... it'd take a northern rock run to kill this off... it'll get bashed to bugggery tomorrow but, as soon as they bring the next chap in... and it's bound to be a serious heavyweight from the banking world, it'll steady the ship... thought from what price is anyone's guess.
Glad I sold couple of months back and my dabble from last week this morning. Depending on any rns in the morning (or even without it) there's going to be a rush for the door but the mm's will happily take advantage by knocking off... 10% off to start? if that's the case one would wonder whether there's any point... going to be hectic.
Cud, no idea if your comment are aimed at me but, regardless, you've been ramping this with every bone in your body... umpteen times a day. I don't mind... noone minds... but with evvery rampy post you just look... poor at investing. And if you think you can move the sp on your positivity... well, you'd be better off spoon bending with your enormous mind! But add more tomorrow, by all means... just make sure you catch the bottom... but that could be a long wait. Between you or Odey... it's a tough call!
smart money? you mean the ii's who bought at £30, then bought at £5 to average down? and might have to average down again tomorrow at 420? the only time ftse shares get mentioned on lse is when they're miserably distressed shares that everyone tries to catch on the low... and find themselve holding, just like an aim share. Only idfference is that this has nice assets and an sp that is x100 most aim shares. But it has acted like an aim share for over a year, now. From £40 down to £4 and with a placing that more than doubled shares issued.
Good grief, it's the PREM of ftse.
Align say what they need to say to sell their holding... they also said for two years that AAOG was 45p... then, one day and having sold their shares, they said it was uninvestible.
You can't trust any inhouse broker,.. but if they say it's going to rocket then you can bet they'll sell into the rise!
Shorts are a symptom of a weak sp, not a cause. The very idea that fewer than 10% in shorts can wreck the strength of the 90% is just fanciful. Shorts ride on the coat tails - to use your vernacular -- of an imminent drop.
It's easy to be harsh in comments when not in (I sold mine this morning at 498) but I think the press will be harsher and they have a bigger reach than this little ol' bb.
I'm really going to have to learn how to short as I'm getting tired of seeing others benefit from misfortune with me watching shares slide.
As for Vernon, I reckon he'll be here until late Autumn... adn, even then, he'll not let go. Can see him being non-exec... possibly his dog too (that fu**en dog!)
Evening, Dave... yes, I did and I do... just don't think it's going to happen all in one go or in the next day or two.
I have shares in this from just under a year ago at 12p. Since then the company's changed considerably. There's money due to them from the sale last year but it's going to take up to two years to complete. There are also rises to come but the share looked like it stalled today. Still, 20ish% is pretty danged good, considering this isn't a popular aim stock. I'm waiting to see if there's a 10% slide before it climbs again... but, as i said, it's not a popular share so... we'll see.
still, makes for an interesting journey now... : )
I'm not sure that's strictly the case... though the £10 might be the case. Tomorrow will be a bit of a slugfest in the papers. Hill really should never have released that dumb pic of him and his hand muffler.
Bloody cheek to suggest that any poster could do the damage to people's wealth that th promotion of AAOG has over the past 12 months, while fixing placings with money market pals while poor old pi's keep buying the shares they dump before they take the placings at the discount and we look on helplessly as the production failed.
Anyway, this is now a shoe-in, surely? Your 5.2p additional shares would be worth... oh, 4.9p atm, but they'd be £1.00 in a year... you have an objection to having too much money?
You seem to confuse discussion about the facts with malevolence. I'd say obscuring possible explanations is more damaging. Certainly, constant ramping and a failure for the predictions to come good didn't help me. But things change and I may look v silly by cop tomorrow.
But... the BoD haven't sunk any of their AAOG salaries and bonuses into this company...EVER! They're not obliged to, obviously but they're constantly telling everyone else what a glorious opportunity this is. Maybe their holdings will appear tomorrow... or the day after... maybe next week. But, at some point, every shareholder will ask why they've been so reluctant?
Maybe buying AAOG is riskier than picking up a weekly wage and bonus. A shame they didn't say as much before encouraging others with promises of production that never materialised.
Unpalatable as it has been, it, thanfully, doesn't stop rises like the last two days but, then, the share has been on its knees for the past fortnight. It gets more complicated when the sp rises past the issue price of the new placings.
Still not in but pleased to see folk getting some rewards. Oh, and name calling, Mr Factory? A bit desparate.
Still, well done, all. Eyes open tomorrow to see if there's any BoD comms re. next steps.