RE: Buy on facts and figures not Twitter16 Sep 2019 14:29
I agree completely, just thinking out loud and trying to understand the markets more as I go. Twitter I noticed some chartists, they are traders tho they always are. This looks undervalued based on fundamentals however what is going to change that, only HK listing as this company seems to never release much news.
true you never know, but many here and twitter talking about no-brainer. Mondays typically aren't the days to judge the week are they lol. We shall see any wiff of HK news etc we should be ok for a move, the chartist on Twitter are interesting.
I get the no brainier thing, however the seller whilst in profit if knew it’s a sure fire to 11p would surely hold. I get it’s risen lots recently and sells aren’t any indication (see many sells and buys where next day you think why did they). if this did 4-5% per day to 11p HK listing m cap would make more sense. I’m starting to wonder about this although invested £5k ain’t big risk I like the stability but starting to question if this can really deliver, if it did hit mk 50mil HKD m cap I’d hold and see how it performed, I get that many would sell on 4p+ but hopefully there many sells would be brought up by next level investors.
been that way for a week or so, there is hardly any volume and the spread is wide discouraging action, probably just not used to it on AIM but why should a share move up and down all day based on nothing but MM making cash, I like this although it seems boring, I'll sit back and relax until update or significant SP action. GLA
My last invest in AIM this is, hopefully it's a decent one, look at today, sea of blue, few sells and down they drop it. All of my AIM long term investments can't hold a rise and are traded to death. Granted EQT was just a bed investment and I'll forget that one. GLA