PCI Pal – “remain confident of delivering significant year on year growth”… so why a muted share price response?
Altitude Group – activity now increasing & “believe… has sufficient financial resources and liquidity” BUT...
I commented on leisure travel and distribution & logistics group Dart (DTG) last week on the back of a trading update, concluding with the shares then approaching 1050p there looks optimism for the longer-term… However, with there looking clear potential for bookings to further deteriorate, it may still be too early for a recovery buy at this juncture. On my watchlist. At 4:56pm yesterday (if not possible earlier, why not at a usual 7am today?), another “Trading Update”…
Leisure travel and distribution & logistics group, Dart (DTG) has updated including that it “expects group profit before foreign exchange revaluation & taxation (excluding any impact of hedge ineffectiveness) for the financial year ending 31 March 2020 to be significantly ahead of current market expectations”. The shares have currently responded higher towards 1050p, but remain down from approaching 1950p last month…
Hello, Share Tumblers. A long time ago, now I dropped my Dart Group (DTG) shares. My memory ain’t what it was, but I think it was one of those occasions when I had made a big paper profit and thought all good things come to an end. Often a mistaken conception, as we all know in Shareland.
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following details the shorted AIM shares at the end of this week (by net short position %) - and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since last time...
Hello Share Flingers. For quite a few months now, I've abandoned my earlier practice of looking only at the stocks I hold, in the conviction that I should not put commebdations your way that I haven't the courage to invest in myself.
Although the AIM market a.k.a. “The Casino” sometimes gets a bad press among some observers of the growth focused area of the stock market, the perception of risk and intrigue does not apply in a universal manner.
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