RE: HEMO does it Get any worse **15 Nov 2021 13:33
Normally, I'd disagree. As a rule, the BoD need to have skin in the game to incentivise them to grow the business over personal wealth (see Genedrive for a case study of my point). However, in Hemo's case, I believe Vlad already has sufficient personal vested interest to allay that fear.
Alex on the Telegram group discovered today a Russian government doc that suggests the WK flanks may have been transferred over. If so, this would not be the first time the BoD have been forced to issue an RNS on the back of the Telegram group's research. That RNS could be tonight.
Everything you say is historical, with no acknowledgement of the future value. I have to ask - is your entire investment strategy based purely on historical performance with an intentional disregard of future prospects? If so, I genuinely think a high street savings account is your level.
Its caused by fluctuations in g force; turbulence, tight turns or pull ups, sudden drops in sink, etc. Many here recently have complained of frustration, boredom, fear, etc. Not surprised - the market has had us in a bit of a washing machine ride recently. And some are getting a bit queezy. But that's all fine. Because this is the turbulence before the monster core of lift were heading into. This will be the stonker that gets you to cloudbase, into cloudsuck, bumping your head on restricted airspace and giving you a final glide home where you still have to pull the brakes out to get down.
Articles will appear in S&G for years talking about this flight.
They may have priced in the fact there will be a sale, but no way have they priced it on the full sale price. They can't. Its not only unknown, it is also a moving target as assets are proved up and added to.
The timing of the transfer of the license is one of the fews steps on the critical path that is totally out of the BoD's control, hence no need and no predicted date. They don't know when it's coming. But it's coming.
If you had a fiver, you could buy a cake. Then all you can do is eat the cake, or sell it for a fiver, if you're lucky.
If you had a pound coin, you could keep hold of it and never spend it.
You could spend that pound coin on enough flour, eggs, sugar and butter to make a cake. Then you'd have a pound worth of ingredients, that you could then sell for a pound, if you're lucky.
If you keep the ingredients you can make a cake. Once it is all mixed up and in the oven, you'll never get even your pound back. Who wants a half - baked cake? You could argue you've wasted your pound.
Then you let your pound's worth of cake mix to finish baking. You get a fine cake. You can then sell that cake for a fiver, having only spent a pound on its ingredients.
So no - you haven't lost your investment just because EUA had not yet sold, even if the share price is currently far below what you paid. The oven timer will go ping shortly, so just leave the oven door closed until the ping or else you'll just end up with a worthless half - baked cake.