Some of the posters i recognise from a pump n dump on another stock....AVOID AVOID AVOID lol.Reply to post
Haha quite WY. Reply to post
Pumping away avoid like the plague, if interested go back when less froth from the herd.
However it would be too much risk for me until they get a nomad sorted, unless it was an intra day trade.
Yeah haha i just looked over, its a no from me when they are all pumping like mad.Reply to post
Some serious ramping going on in that BB. Awful to read.Reply to post
While wait on news....last Xmas i tipped EQT as a buy-hold for a contract, which came today...the shares are flying. Any that took up the initiative, well done. Plenty more contracts waiting to be confirmed plus a Ftse listing. Apart from LION Eqt will be a real growth stock for 2019.Reply to post
RE: 3 dogs
I have learned that potential is only so much for small caps. Fundamentals also mean very little. It's all sentiment. Potential can drive that but there are so many things that can go wrong it's still a risk to buy and hold them. You can rinse and repeat 10% trades on most small caps. I did well in here over 2017/early 18 by diving in and out on the ups and down. Still got caught though as I like everyone here didn't see the suspension coming (though I really should have due to the effective RTO, hindsight is great) but that's the risk with all aim.Reply to post
Glad with that one iv learnt to ignore the ramping, never touched it, phew.Reply to post
RE: 3 dogs
Deano , I was 20 k up in Flyb but like most thought a buyout would be at least 30 or 40 p .. Reply to post
Been in FRR for about 16 months now , friend of mine is a Oil and gas pipe designer so he thought it had huge potential.
Lion was a punt only small from reading about what they are doing .. still think it might come good.
Everyone learns the hard way that you can't hold AIM. Reply to post
In and out momentum trades are the only way to make money on it. Some may get lucky and be in just as fantastic news drops that sends it flying and bagging many times over, but most don't, and end up holding a falling stock that's spiked or are in when news lands that loses 80%+ in a second. Or suspended and delisted like here.
Flybe wasn't AIM, but it was being hyped on twitter for a big buyout sucking people in. A bit of research would have shown it was in dire straits financially and therefor any offer was likely to be low. That offer was so low though that due dil must have shown it to be practically folding.
So many get a nasty dog bite on AIM ....me included Reply to post
Still lions might cheer me up as ffr...Vela...blue....uog.....tech.....have not