Newton's First Law states that an object will remain at rest or in uniform motion in a straight line unless acted upon by an external force. It may be seen as a statement about inertia, that objects will remain in their state of motion unless a force acts to change the motion.
pdub, but there is doubt. short term, the down trend shows no sign of ending. several excellent RNS past 6 months have had no positive SP effect. . If course, 5 years from now, there will be a different scenario
the SP will do what the SP does. really is, the 48p spoke was probably an over-shoot and non-realistic price. perhaps we are where we should be. the same true of FeverTree....11months ago FeverTree was double where they are today
just 2 weeks into holiday in North and South India. very common occurrences of power shedding, power failure due to monsoon rains ,flash floods taking out power sub stations (yesterday saw sub station in flames... with high voltage arcing), not just rural areas, but Bangalore city itself. many small stores ,restaurants have lead acid batteries , with uninterruptible power supply technology to keep basic low power lights etc up . normal common occurrences here. these UPS, lead acid systems are on show tooked under desks, simple diy hook ups .
new technologies produce multiple routes.... the successor to magnetic audio tape (cassettes) , before CD audio storage, was the Sony miniDisc if anyone remembers. that technology disappeared immediately with the new digital CD . lets hope VRFB is not surpassed by something better
the take up of renewable energy batteries will be akin to early video storage technology..... BetaMax (Tesla lithium) quickly succeeded by VHS (Vanadium VRFBs)........ for those under 50 years of age you will not know what I am talking about
RE: Resolution 9 -- Have I got that right?03 Jul 2019 07:33
much talk about share buy back. they could have done a share back anytime previously, not just this past AGM. BMN don't need to life the SP. Private investors not happy with 25p share, but raising SP using buy back is pointless. why do BMN care about SP being 25p not 45p ? BOD won't be looking at the current SP as anything to be concerned about
Pigeon, the point is experts get it wrong. the 350million as an example. Look at how expert fund manager Neil Woodford is current doing. I bet a lot of investors wish they had not believed his expert opinions when they invested in his new fund
Bearscarer..."V price seems to be at odds with all of the experts views" ...which experts, I was aware of only 1 single viewpoint from Terry Perles. Experts get it wrong. Look back at the experts of the 2016 EU referendum. One of these with his £350million a week NHS prophecy could soon be leading the UK as PM out of the EU with no deal.
amongst the various conspiracy theories, i' d like to put the cat amongst the pigeons and ponder the notion that actually there is no deficit, and the V price is now where it belongs. And the Nov,Dec 2018 spike was just that, an overdone spike like the previous 2 spikes over the 2000s, which quickly fell back. And likewise, the BMN SP, at 25p is a good valuation compared to the 8p of 2 years ago.
got my tickets for Monza F1 this September. Last month was at the Barcelona F1. Lewis is on fire, breaking history records. I thought BMN were already approved to share buy back if needed. Personally don't see why BMN need to raise the SP this or any other way. except if they needed to raise capital at a set SP. the higher the SP the less shareholder dilution needed for a set cash raise. But not aware they need to raise, so therefore no need to buy back