Re: I'm in on these 4 months that would be fine by me, one of my core beliefs is it about patience i can wait longer but nice if i don't have to
Re: I'm in on these Ripley94:-Thanks emerald you seem to have a similar investment style to me.( hope that's not "some mad Irish thing " lol )i have more then double your holding , so in your position would of topped up in low 90s but that's not advised just a comparison of styles.Best of luck .========== ========== All my "share" money is tied up at the moment so I won't be averaging down here any time soon.At the end of the day I am confident that my investment is firstly safe here and secondly will show a profit in say 4 months time.Hope I' right!All IMHO.
Re: I'm in on these * advise ..... Don't know how the d got there lol
Re: I'm in on these Thanks emerald you seem to have a similar investment style to me.( hope that's not "some mad Irish thing " lol )i have more then double your holding , so in your position would of topped up in low 90s but that's not advised just a comparison of styles.Best of luck .
Re: I'm in on these Now the boiler business has gone the massive financial hits should be too. It's an energy business and should have been only this, long ago. Everything associated with the boiler is being wound down so it really is all on the supply business. Wonder if they can grab customers from somewhere with some sort of campaign. Having said that, we have not seen any sort of push in that direction. Surely they must be doing something?
Re: I'm in on these I bought a small amount @ 1.6p when they had dived from 3p. Tried to catch the falling knife..........Then as I had those I was offered more @ 1p, so I bought half the small amount I originally bought. All in all only have about £2K's worth. I think in time they will be making reasonable profit from the 250,000 plus public energy customers. They aim to substancially increase this.No, this did not go to plan but I can wait to get money back or even a profit.They should be announcing some news soon IMHO.All IMHO.
Re: I'm in on these Out of interest what price did you get in at Emerald.Low 90s would be good i feel , I'm tempted but have to many for such a small stock as it is .
Top heavy board Group chief executive Tony Stiff said: "Flow Energy is well placed to deliver significant revenue and customer growth....I note Tony Stiff's huge pay packet. I hope he and the other BOD don't regard Flow as unlimited source of pay for themselves. The failed electricity generating boiler has cost us dear. Now the company has slimmed down executive pay and head office / admin costs must also be severely pruned. Time will tell.
I'm in on these With over 250,000 gas customers and there other business side now financed to close it down the future looks good to me.All IMHO.
Re: The company and the open offer Share Phrohets ... Steve more slags it and says hes Bearish. down another 5.52 %.Can you trust these guys only few weeks ago Winnifrith advertised the primary bid placing @ 1p and says "worth having a go ".I noticed they did not put up the " Bail out" RNS of halo until around 9am ... ( time to close there shorts ? )
Re: The company and the open offer Bit surprised the open offer had 26% take up @ 1p RNS 9th May.... seeing you can buy @ 0.9 apparentlyMight of been tempted if was not so overweight in this..It was all passed @ special meeting on 12 May.
Re: The company and the open offer The ex-entilement date for open offer was 26th may ( so the ones i repurchased on that day not entitled to rights ) closes @ 3pm ( D ) can buy at same price of 1p .. interesting to see what take up will be.It wasnot worth messing with primary bid on this one. Do not like way they got involved .
Re: Why buy in the offer I looked at doing this, but the commission made it cost more?
Re: The company and the open offer Been informed flowgroup placing shares are not entitled to partake in the open offer.wonder if that applies to all the placed shares or just the ones via primary bid.As OG999 points out makes no difference with this one as you can get them for same price on market.
Why buy in the offer I must be missing something here, forgive me! Why buy in the open offer at £1 when you can buy them at this level already and they are still dropping?