Siborg76 - you may be right - up to the 30th September... I was in Debenhams, Yell and others that had deadlines - agree it is best to trade but just don't get caught out. BTW the only reason for the spike is that someone spent £10k acquiring 6% - otherwise none of you would have noticed... lets just see what happens next gl
Well just look at the number of new posters on here today - as for the spread, since I have not traded recently I can only see what is on the screen.. before the spike it said 0.05p offer 0.10p mid and 0.15p bid - so 100% spread. BTW any spread above 10% isn't great is it! UnknownTrader - you were not posting again today... I repeat - how can a long term holder be positive?? Hepran - 9 posts - so how you know my posting history is beyond me - except there was a Hepran on SUSPENDED Worthington .. so if it's you as an new account - I don't need any lessons from you do I - btw I acquired Helphire at 1p and sold at 17p - indeed I had a significant holding back then - ditto Totally and 50 other AIM/small cap shares I doubled my money in - it's not about who has the biggest ego - ability to make money - we have ALL had winners AND losers - any one who says otherwise is not being honest - we just like to mention our winners don't we?
BTW I have not traded MOS for some months - I have a decent holding which I don't think is worth selling due to how much it has fallen. It has fallen 90% over the last year - ramp that! So of course I am going to be negative after disappointment following disappointment. The CEO has admitted the company cannot remain listed - it cannot afford it! I am a shareholder - but a realistic one - is someone is stake building to make an offer - than I will be extremely happy - however its more likely an quick trade or connected to the EGM motion. Lets wait and see - but also remember the share price spread here - the share price needed to "double" just to start making a profit once you factor in the spread. This obviously is not just a MOS issue - it's a MM issue
uNkwnTrader - are you seriously telling us you only appeared and got in right at the bottom - then ramped this to sell out on todays spike? Sums a short term ramper to a tee. Sorry but I don't believe you - I know and you know that 90% here are LTHs who have been here since the 1p + days. We would need the share price to increase 300% to break even - not impossible - but unlikely. If anyone has been brave/stupid enough to buy in at 0.15p (which is roughly the lowest buy point) and sell out today at 0.3p - good luck to them - but be honest - we are talking about just a couple of ultra high risk "investors" here. If someone is stake building then it can either be to block delisting - to make an quick trade - or to ensure the delisting happens - we simply don't know. However, if a spike allows some to exit with some money back - perhaps including myself - I will obviously not be complaining....
Some.of the comments on here border on the dangerous...this share is likely to delist in two weeks time, has no cash, and is at an all time low. There is no recovery coming. Wake up and smell the coffee. There seems to be an agenda building up here... If something happens to save the company I be the first to admit I got it wrong. I trust the rsmpers will do like wise if they are wrong. In these types of situations it rarely ends well. Saying this as an active AIM investor...
I'm sorry but why would any one be buying NOW? In 2-3 weeks time the shares may be delisted - I have seen this happen so often with shares were warnings have been given. Not that I have a leg to stand on .. as I traded Debenhams before delisting - my point is I hope these investors a) have money to burn and b) are just doing a short term trade - the only thing that would make sense imho !!
Matlot - you and I go back years - we have both sometimes been invested in the same share at the same time - I note you have been posting on Thomas Cook - so you obviously like high risk! I see potential for significant upside from this point - far better value than when it was 1p - and we both know that shares like CLP can double overnight with the right news - hence why I suspect you are still looking in here... gl elsewhere
Matlot, this is an investment company with various assets and various claims in the works - it has been for years! Jam tomorrow? Perhaps... but so are many companies - especially on AIM. Whether it is company promising to find gold or oil, or a tech company promising to deliver a bland new device or a finance company promising a new way of selling a product - the majority of companies - to an point - are there to promise jam tomorrow - future discoveries - future profits - future tie ups. Lets not pretend that CLP is unique in this regard!
Even if you were right (and I have not seen any holdings RNS to suggest any individual had a significant stake) .. since the direction of travel during the last 6-9 months has been south - I find it hard to fathom how any one has made much money here during 2019 unless they were shorters !!
Little bit out of order - one poster, RKB stated a while back that he had reduced his holding and had no intention of selling any more ... indeed I have no reason to believe he would not inform the thread if he had changed his holding again.. I have no intention of adding or selling since its in a SIPP and I can't retire yet (!)... this is oversold - below NAW - and not factoring in possible material windfalls over the next two years. It's a hold from me.
That's because you were the only one buying like crazy .. and 0.4p is a lot lower than 4p isn't it when most of us got in... lucky we didn't take your advice to average down because we be stuck now! Look - you ramped this - highlighted all the poss news due - and simply GOT IT WRONG. Admit it!!!
Not.going to say sorry then? Sums you up. Admit it, you got this WRONG. I did give a fig whether you been successful elsewhere. You set up your account and just posted here non stop for several months. How could someone get it so wrong?
Sorry, but how do you know that he has made a lot of money over the last few weeks? Two points 1) I have not seen many trades over £1k for quite a while and 2) remember the share price spread (!) so you actually do need the share price to double at these levels to make any worthwhile amount. I agree, he "probably" has traded this quite actively and made a profit - but I doubt it's substantial! BTW a decent person would come on here and admit they called it wrong - I for one, stayed here too long and should have stopped trading it GLA