RE: Aston Martin European October Sales up 10%06 Dec 2021 09:30
Manipulative posts however they are some true and I am sure C26 know few more (the good one) but decided not mention for obvious reasons.
The SP - it correct (but it was manipulated - last Friday 2 large buy was closed the small/ faction of % (pay back with less SP when they got shares from loan (who loan the shares - C26 know it, IG, etc - none) but availability now. (They made profits last few weeks).
Downtrend- WRONG! BUT correct same time - it funny last week C26 post say to S (you can find out on this LSE history posts and the S (link 3300 lol!)) about downtrend. The cause was attacked by small amounts of sellers (70sell/30buys) but end of the day buying was lots more of sell (£) few of largest buying.
C26 (team) know when they go (after achieving the SP they want) and funny enough which is they will start buying shares for UPTREND in 2023.
Same as many other shares (if they are overweight- they will target them and AML was one of them) now it lukewarm worth to risking to get other loan shares to pay back in later date (depends on their planning to manipulation the SP (what is the bottom) ….. it happened to my other shares and now profits because they will gone once they happy with dosh £££
However C26 only get 60p per post and no huge profits - the bosses get it.
I still holding shares (AML) ….. I find after manipulation shares (once they got the holding after lowest SP as possible - that going be very positive for them in 2024/5 and C26 will change name on this LSE to target on different share (the bosses want own shares).
C26, don’t forgot the bus. I’ll top up with your helps.
What you don’t understand is IT DIFFERENT FROM OLD DAYS!!!!!
Stroll did these …. Different vision, different team etc….. if these didn’t happened the AML will be not T/Over from Stroll. stroll did knew what it need to be done. This is long term…. If tomorrow there other CR then it going be investment in LTH. Once the cash flow positive after 2923/24 then you can start selling your AML share for profits but I will stick to 2025 beyond.
All red today (USA news) and Euro C19 not the management at your suggestion ……. Go buy I’ll wait for bargains too… (yesterday posts was removed by you and I did say the bumpy ride are coming) that short period. Yet another mislead.
Aston Martin director bets on carmaker’s turnaround potential
Things are looking brighter for Aston Martin Lagonda (AML), manufacturer of the British supercar marque favoured by fictional spy James Bond. The lossmaking company recently reported a 173 per cent increase in revenue for the first nine months of the year to £736.4m, allowing it to cut its pre-tax loss by 39 per cent to £188.6m.
Aston Martin Lagonda was brought to the market by private equity company InvestIndustrial in 2018. It has performed poorly since, accelerating pre-tax losses of £68.2m in the year of its float to more than £100m in 2019 and £466m last year.
Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll led a consortium in April last year to buy a sizeable chunk of the business as InvestIndustrial sold its remaining shares.
AML’s high debt levels meant that it had to pay more than 10 per cent interest on five-year dollar and sterling notes issued last year, which has increased its financing costs. The company also recently scrapped plans to issue a 7 per cent bond to retail investors to cover the cost of building a new factory, with Stroll telling Reuters that more attractive sources of funding were available.
He holds 21.3 per cent of the company’s shares. Non-executive director Michael de Picciotto, a former private banker at Union Bancaire Privee, has also been increasing his stake. He bought £1.74m worth of shares on 5 November through his Swiss-registered investment vehicle, Saint James Invest. This is his fourth large purchase in 2021, totalling £4.2m. He now holds a stake of about 0.66 per cent in the company, according to FactSet.
Warwickshire-based AML has a medium-term target of producing about 10,000 vehicles by 2024/25, on which it expects to make £2bn of revenue and £500m of earnings before interest, depreciation and amortisation. It is forecasting delivery of about 6,000 vehicles this year. MF.
I will email to LSE Admin - if this carry on I will report it.