Hobo tends to post when the share price is down claiming that armageddon is upon holders. If the price then rises after he has posted, the removes the doom and gloom message(s) since they no longer serve his purpose.
RE: Burundi has to get fixed soon14 Aug 2021 22:29
Excellent post nicidemus. The corrupt politicians are so interested in lining their pockets that they cannot see the damage that they do to reducing income for their country and thus for their own people. As you say, they blame imperialism etc but this is really a disguise for their corruption. We as shareholders may not know who is responsible but if the identity of the party/ies responsible is uncovered and dealt with, matters could still be resolved in Burundi. After all an attempt has been made in South Africa with Zuma. As I understand the position, he is suspected of being involved in the recent insurrection now quelled whilst in custody. Zimbabwe is till to recover and may do so. Better to end one's life with a decent rather than a dirty legacy.
There has been a seller over the past two weeks who it is believed is finished. Asimilar imo is oversold and given its stake in Dev Clever alone, any tick up in Dev benefits ASLR. Worth looking at the latest half year results for an analysis of companies in which ASLR is invested.
I rarely get annoyed with a poster but the issue of Akers was raised earlier yesterday by another poster. I thought that I was helping that poster. If you want to be a pillock why not post on another name.
Womo - whilst I take your point about the results of the full year to 31 October 2020, I would point out the first part of the trading statement of 3rd February which refers to the accounting revenues of the first quarter ending 28th February of the current year. Preparation of interims is not quite so complicated as a full year's results and so I am hopeful that the interims will be released this year earlier than those of last year.
The trading statement headed significant growth momentum released 3rd February 21 stated that the revenues for Q1 equalled the total for the whole of the year ended 31 October 2020. Take that as the equivalent for the current year without further add ons of £4.8 million for the year. My guess is that we are on course for revenues far in excess of £4.8 million for the current year and growing. We will know more on the publication of the interims for the period ended 30th April which I believe will be released this month - earlier than the equivalent last year. It looks to me as if the significant growth momentum has continued. Some may disagree but I consider that Dev is undervalued. Yesterday's announcement was and is a reminder of what is possible.