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550p by Xmas 2025? With interest rates to start falling sharply from June/July, I would anticipate an SP of circa 550p by Xmas 2024 all being well ! Possible takeover material then of anything from 675-775p.
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Never mind the rumours. Let's have the real thing. £6.50p minimum offer to whet the appetite!
The heavy lifting is already complete. Investors that were wiped out of the bankrupted Carillion plc and Interserve plc would have been far better off with a Jonathan Lewis at the helm. The Recovery is ON here.
One or two human errors is hardly surprising from hundreds of thousands of PIP assessments. No wonder they are often preferred bidders for so many government contracts. Trying to make a mountain out of a molehill is not what most people would call 'in the interest of balance' Aim......2018.
So when the Dow drops sharply AimMaster2018 milks it and would have us believe it's Armageddon. Now all the losses on the Dow have been erased but we don't hear a Dicky Bird from him. This from a poster who claims he posts his negativity in the interests of 'balance'. LOL. What a charlatan!
With respect this has been going sideways for at least four years, NOT down. The range over that four years has been approx 16-50 pence. It just so happens to be near the lower point of that range at the moment. So historically,it's fair to say it's relatively stabilised which is to be expected during a restructuring and turnaround phase. Most of us are biding our time to reap the rewards of the recovery. Rome wasn't built in a day!
Stupmy, what you say makes a lot of sense. Options I have is do I prefer c£6000 a point profit from 20.5p or c£3000 a point profit from 23.5p. Of course there would be more collateral stumped up but the potential rewards would be off the scale as far as I'm concerned.
I agree with that JG68 but the Concensus Analysts TP Is still 39.6p. I believe that RBC's comments, inexplicable and damaging as they were, have nevertheless presented astute investors with an unexpected opportunity to mop up shares on the cheap. At £6000 a point, I'd be sorted out at 75p/share so would be happy to walk away then and leave further potential gains to others. If or when the board achieve their target and doubles the profit margins as forecast, then 75p/share is easily attainable.
Stupmy, we might not see 16.1 so i could miss out on the opportunity if I hesitate to make a decision. It wouldn't be the end of the world mind you as I'm on >£3000 a penny anyway. The only thing is reaching b/e would be further away. In the scheme of things though I'm 99.9% confident of Cpi hitting at least 50p in a year or two (maybe less). It would be a temptation to reduce at B/e but I'm in this in order to achieve big profits not to just get my money back.
JG68, I have a similar average to you. That being the case I'm considering doubling up if it hits 17p again to reduce my average to just shy of 20p which would leave me within spitting distance of break-even. Anything above circa 20.5p would then be pure profit. That would leave a position of £6000 per penny movement.
That would leave me 'Sitting Pretty' I believe the term is.
Posting negative views 24/7 and littering the board with junk is hardly 'balance'. In fact you'd have to be UNBALANCED to waste so much of your life repeating the same garbage several times a day every day. It's quite sad in reality.
You keep waffling on about 'hope' , but the reality is you are 'hoping to buy in when/if it reaches your bid price, which you are 'hoping for 14p. Carry on 'hoping' AimM....2018 as that is all you'll have. It looks like your boyfriend,NF, has given up the ghost!
@crowman, So basically your investment strategy, after investing heavily over a considerable period of time, and enduring substantial paper losses, is to pull out once the real recovery is on the horizon. Good luck with that but I don't think the likes of JL et al will easily relinquish their holdings when the Turnaround materialises.