RE: Tweet from Department for International Trade India Link20 Aug 2021 08:55
The market lies constantly. That's why there is such a learning curve when playing the markets.
Bear/bull traps. Finely worded RNS. Short attacks Darkpool flows which allow institutions to trade off market Entities giving poor price targets whilst loading up on the very tickr they are dismissing.
And this is another example of the market lying. Repackaging old information to prop up a falling sp, but alas it will not last.
I'm more than open to others opinions when labelled as that.
What I grossly dislike is the lies told by many here.
Poor investor & Dr Micho (who hasn't commented since the latest RNS) are the major culprits.
Losing amatuers lots of cash with their bullish thesis propped up by wet cardboard.
So yes, at this point I'll be rude and very forthright when I feel people are attempting to create a fake narrative as you just attempted.
As.mentioned I couldn't care less about the views of chatroom bulls who have very limited experience in the markets. And there are so so many amatuers on this board claiming to be traders/investors but dont understand basic terminology, let alone market mechanics.
You're thick, or trying to push a fake narrative. I'll let you choose.
The final sentence of said article copy and pasted.
'So, considering all of the above factors now is not quite the time to pick up RMS shares. The priority of the company from the start of the year has been mask production where expectations outweighed what was really deliverable, in turn hurting its share price.'