I wish that buy outs were what they used to be, but the main markets tell you everything you need to know about AIM x10. If the markets are based on honest dealings then company A would buy company B for an honest sum. Today, the way it works in company A installs directors and then tears the share price limb from limb. The whole drop over the past few months was manufactured. The timings too convenient to see everything that was worked towards dropped as it was. Of course there will be a buyout, but they will pick over the carcass than do right by investors. This is sadly the new norm. After all, why buy for 3.4p when you can get it for 1.4? That’s why CH left imho...if it can happen to FlyBe then it can more than happen here. That’s why all the talk of a buyout isn’t helpful to new investors, because nobody gives a toss about the PI.
I'm with Obelix on this one. Have been here since the last 1.5p mark and everything was peachy on the rise up to 3p and beyond. Then the annual results came out of nowhere. Then the director dumped stock. Then the CEO left. After that, there has been nothing but radio silence from the new CEO. Unfortunately, the writing was on the wall with this one. I've traded the dips to recover a portion of what was lost and now i'm on the fence waiting to see where this is going from here out.
New II's make for a good story, but so far this is the only thing that has boosted the SP and this is where I've managed to recover a little of what was lost. There is zero in the actual company fundamentals right now that is telling me otherwise. How a shining star falls...this could have been good, and may well be again...but right now. Na.
After being in this for a year, BBSN triggered my stop loss yesterday which is something I never thought I would have said in the months prior to the post accounts misery. Seems the wrong time to bow out now, so I'm back in again with an early morning fill or kill .Despite the drubbing of the last few months, Claire's sell off is complete so let's see what happens.
Hi Geeforce. It's a shame that a buy out seems the one viable option at the mo for restoring the share price. Given the results which fundamentally are better than ever (first ever break even!) should have inspired the market to see the larger positive picture of what should be future profit and growth. Sadly, it was ruined by the BOD.
-Wider market not happy with no profit and only breakeven. -CFO share sell -CEO leaving -CEO share selling?
Hard to take 4 dips in a row on the chin - but will continue to stick it out. As you mentioned, 1.7 is pittance. 3.5 and I may gracefully bow out to a large degree too unless there is something game changing this year.
As much as I like the business, I've gone from +£8k to minus £4k in the space of a month on BBSN. Getting a bit fed up of short term blips tbh. Time for them to step up - and I don't mean with a token few quid from the PDMR dealing of the other week.
Come on Kate, how about introducing yourself? Let's hear a little of what is in the pipe for this year project wise? No, nothing? Poor PR. Again.
Have no doubts that this will recover - but if the silence continues then I might just split early once it's back to a decent level. Shame, had high hopes for this one.
<<<------- Not so subtle, subtle derampers - your not fooling anyone. Here is your entry price
Simon Davies has been snapping up shares here for months and months on end. Never selling, only buying on dips. If it goes pear shaped - yeah, he's out of a **** ton of money and so will many others. However, to sink this amount in tells me all that I need to know for the long haul. I'm sure his due diligence beats mine to put in such a chunk of cash.
I've held here from mid to high 1's to mid 3 and I'm still here at 1.9 and wouldn't give up my shares for 10.