I think it is wonderful that someone has bought shares in AFC no matter how small an amount. Agree with all the comments that we are all on different financial paths and at the end of the day I hope and believe we will all be winners in the long term, so lets chill and be positive. Who cares how much we invested and have made as long as we are all OK with our pot of ££££
Surfie.......you crack on and leave when you are ready. I got lucky buying at the right time with the right amount of money so for me I can afford to sit back wait 10 years. As mentioned in my previous reply I am taking the Warren Buffett view on it. OK the fundamentals are not good, but then how many people slated Apple, Amazon, Tesla and Ocado before they went and proved the world wrong.
I feel for those who have already been in 10 years and have lost, and yes the next 10 months may very well be important to a lot of people. Who knows maybe in 10 years I may well feel the same, but for now I am going to sit back on my sofa and wait.
I wish everyone else who wants out a great deal of luck in getting to where they want to be, but still stand by my thoughts that not only will the company be a very different one but that the world will be a very different place with changing attitudes to energy. AFC has every chance of being on the front foot for this.
Could not agree more. Mid to Long term I have utter faith in AFC. Short time......its all just tree shaking. Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger have both said if you are not prepared to lose a third of your holding due to volatility in a share at any given time then you don't deserve to hold it.
All I see when the price drops is an opportunity to buy more shares. I'm at 257k and counting and I plan on getting that to 500k at this price. 10 years time I am confident we will much better off.
I am one of the unfortunate that invested in China New Energy whilst they were on the AIM. I guess the good news is we are finally getting our certs. Bad news is the £25 I am being asked to pay to obtain this.......oh well.
My question is a simple one.......I hope. If I had 20,000 shares when they were listed on the AIM would I still have the same now they are on the HK stock exchange or was there a dilution of shares?
Hope everyone is keeping strong with this company and not to annoyed.
Hi all. I'm looking for a bit of info on this whole cancellation on AIM shares and listing on the HK exchange for CNE. I thought it was a case of any shares UK based shareholder owns simply being converted to the HK market, but logging into my share account I see I can't trade the shares at all. Is this simply a case of it takes time for it all to come through or have I been sold down a brown coloured River with no paddle?