Isalingebruik - I quite like your posts in a way. At least you give an upfront viewpoint. However, I am going to have to filter you out just on principle. The world needs more people betting and working on improvements rather than on failure. I'm sure you can put your energy to good use. Farewell.
Too many mysteries still. From yesterday looks like "the seller" assumed to be GS is still prepared to sell at 10.60. I've been buying some again in the dips below 11p, but keeping some spare cash in case it does go lower.
Any sensible big investor would be trying to get hold of GS and offer them 10.8p for all of their remaining shares. Then it would be done, and the new owners (and everyone else) could watch the SP shoot up almost immediately.
No expert, but presumably based on the one uncrossing trade (?SETS auction - small number of shares, so the value marked as paid is not really representative of the market sentiment): 25-Sep-20 08:05:34 6.48 15,000 Buy* 6.02 6.48 972.00 UT 08:05 Seems a strange time to report though.
Well there is a lot of red. Over-ramping and too many immediate Aston Martin plans. Now it’s a long term hold and hope. Will have a look at Christmas/next year and see who on here was closest to being right.
RE: Why don't bmn buy gs shares to give to duferco23 Sep 2020 19:58
Agree with Uksteveg. Most likely from available evidence is a disgruntled seller, but is selling in an orderly manner. Unlikely they gave BMN any other direct options. Lack of online info on GS suggests an active policy of secrecy. If you can contact them and get a reply, it will be very interesting (but unlikely I think)
Minimum for selling currently and previously 11p. My guess is 10.75-12.75 range for weeks to come. Duferco week further suppression possible, but does seem unlikely.
Looks like a quite a few shares going down today across the market. Doesn’t look specific to AMGO. Perhaps a good time to buy if you’re not already over-extended. Fortunately I have some SYME which is one of the few ahead today.
Hardly anything visible abut this company online. I note BMN LSE discussions in 2018. Appears to be under Thomas Chan Ho Lam former Goldman Sachs banker who served the late Nina Wang, who was Asia's richest woman. Mixture of propery/investment interests. Same name also appears in the Panama papers associated with Splendid Victory Group Ltd of Singapore. Also an article available from 2010 about a purchase of a £10M dollar bungalow in Singapore.
From what I can see, this may well be chicken-feed to Golden Summit. Perhaps that would make it less likely of some kind of conspiracy. The question about the AGM voting is interesting, which does suggest some kind of disagreement. I'm not assuming it is all as simple as a distressed seller. It is a shame (to say the least) that a mechanism could not be found to deal with this without months of selling on the market.
Anyway, I have taken the exit for the timebeing due to this event. I will take a look back at/around Duferco part 1 business. If it has gone up to 20p+ by then, then I will have missed out. GL.