The only people positive about this share, are the ones who are stuck or locked in.
To the impartial, logical and savvy investor ... you wouldn't touch it until the investigation is resolved. Anyone who says otherwise is either an idiot, or a high risk taker with money to waste/burn.
The is AIM, 95% of companies are corrupt and the FCA don't even bother looking at them. So for the FCA to lift a finger or even get out of bed, you need to be obviously, blatantly and maliciously corrupt.
Whenever people use "institutional Investors money" as an argument ... they always fail to recognise how many institutional investors lost money on investing in far bigger companies than those on AIM (such Enron, Lehman Brothers etc). As if institutional investors can't lose, and they're always onto a winner.
The fact is Institutional investors can afford to lose money, and they'll essentially write it off as a tax (and capital) loss. More often than not it's their clients money anyway, and won't affect their own books.
Just because they can afford to lose money, doesn't mean than private investors can afford the same mistake.
Not only has the director purchased the best part of 3% of the company with this deal (on top of what he already owns) ... he has done so just before announcing the new resource estimate, and further funding deals.
You don't have to be Warren Buffet to read into how confident the Directors are on both counts.