Inmarsat (#ISAT) – $7.21 (546p) recommended offer from joint venture consortium
- 2019-03-25 00:59:59
Hello Share Trouncers. From time to time I’ve commended the Footsie satellite king Inmarsat (ISAT) to your further researches. It did very well - for a time. Though Uncle Tom weighed in at one stage, wondering about the company's prospects...
Hello Share Pals. I’ve been holding fire over the British space firm Inmarsat (ISAT) recently. And that’s not just because my more intelligent colleague Tom has been critical of my earlier commendations. It’s some time since Tom commented on Inmarsat, so I’m not sure he holds to his earlier critique which held that satellite communication was no longer the encouraging sector than it once was...
Hello Share Chewers, Though Uncle Tom is not a fan, I feel confident enough to bring Inmarsat (ISAT) to your attention again. It’s in a recovery orbit and, as I write, its shares are up another 10%. And after hours on Friday we discovered why..
Malcolm Stacey is old enough to know about King Canute. In fact he is so old that he was there as a boy when the King sat in his chair on the beach and attempted to turn back the tide. Malcolm surely you remember the day as if it was yesterday? In which case why do you forget this valuable lesson when it comes to Inmarsat (ISAT) and your article today in which you misquote me and get it wrong in so many other ways.
Hello Share Scoopers. There have been quite a few occasions now that I’ve commended a Footsie satellite company to your attention. On each mention, as I recall, the share grew in value. However, last year the shares took a big knock.
Hello Share Chasers. Every so often, I remind you of the potential of a British company which is higher than all other outfits in the Footsie. Though I am talking of high in the physical sense, rather than a matter of status.
Hello Share Puddlers. I’ve previously commended to you the outer space firm of Inmarsat (ISAT). It sends satellites up there to help with mobile phone signals in difficult places, like Everest. It also provides navigation for ships and planes.
Hello Share Casters. I have occasionally expressed my hopes for a British company which commissions satellites for sending into outer space to aid communications down here.