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Hell, I'm sat there having my breakfast and someone just drives by and throws a virtual brick in the window :-0 Mindless virtual thuggery!
The price would not have fallen so quickly if it hadn't been ramped to the heavens to start with. Just goes to show, 10% information beats 100% speculation.
Just to remind you that this company actually has an income now and it is poised to grow. This beats about 100% of the mining exploration stocks on this board for a start. I'd expect to see some consolidation when the penny drops.
Gove is a toffee nosed, self serving t w@t who has wreaked destruction in every department that he has served in. We should all get compensation from HIM. I'm sure that he can afford it with the wealth that he had accumulated (the worst face of capitalism). All my own opinion by the way and I stand to be corrected. I will apologise if someone can prove me wrong (wish I was). I hope that he hangs from his own rope (give him time and he will).
Big shame, really. When I looked at the potential for this company, I did a comparison using a different sector but with an existing successful product. I judged that the CHLL products would have similar potential. I came up with an annual minimum turnover of £2 billion per annum. This estimate included a factor for the competition. It all appears to have gone horribly wrong. On top of all this, I don't believe that the current market conditions are favourable for a fledgling product, particularly one that is struggling to leave the nest. That's it from me, I have interests elsewhere, bye.
Cost is the key consideration. They wouldn't do this if it was a cost killer. The restricting factor here is the ability to supply the demand whilst working to strict production standards. Any breach of the standards may have a devastating effect on certification/approvals. So they can't just increase production without the testing/QA procedures and facilities being in place. That is going to be the restricting factor in the short term, I believe. You always have to look at the potential risks and weigh things up in perspective.
Hey, I'm back again. I just have an issue with advanced delusionary schizophrenia incorporating involuntary narcissistic rage. You get used to it after a while. I see that the share is advancing today: maybe my theory about it hitting the bottom of the line is right after all. If not, I stand to be corrected.