The Next Carillion Well I got this one right. From 600p to 6p in 4 years- pretty impressive. Glad I got out at 100p in 2017 and minimised my loss and wasn’t tempted into the mug’s game of averaging down which many PIs do and then suffer much bigger losses.
The Next Carillion Can only think this was Siva with the wise advise.
Recovery Play IRV… XXXX Fund raise turned down by shareholders , sold via administration to lenders they all keep there jobs , why be a shareholder these days ?
Daily Telegraph IRV… XXXXX Looks like one I avoided thank God went bust today . There was talk of this when Carrilon went bust same story same outcome. There was a third mentioned at time.
Daily Telegraph coltrane alternative rescue? the Guardian – 27 Feb 19 Interserve's biggest shareholder says rescue plan is 'terrible' Lenders’ proposal would leave shareholders with just 5% of the government contractor
Recovery Play You still in oneway ?
Daily Telegraph IRV… XXXX 24.5p now
The Next Carillion IRV… XXXX Have a wise friend who agrees
The Next Carillion This munter is looking like it’s going to be the next Carillion. Any views?
Todays RNS Now at 42p. Anybody still holding this duffer?
Todays RNS Now at 58p. Time to sell was when it was in the 90s like me. No sign of turnaround, just a tanking SP. Glad I took my loss as it would have doubled had I stayed in.
NEW ARTICLE: Why this share could be 'quite fascinating' "Interserve (LSE:IRV)We've an in-house mantra, suggesting a new trend commences following a price gap, when a share price is manipulated beyond logic. In the last few years, LSE:IRV:Interserve has generated more gaps than a 5 year old's teeth ..."[link]
NEW ARTICLE: Trends and Targets for 31/05/2018 " INTERSERVE (LSE:IRV) We've an in-house mantra, suggesting a new trend commences following a price gap, when a share price is manipulated beyond logic. In the last few years, Interserve has generated more gaps than a 5 year olds teeth which ..."[link]
Re: After hours buying Fully expecting to see an easy 20% gain to be had here, which would still place it at low 90's, which on the face of it appears to be fairer value.Under 90p to me suggests screaming buy.Im not invested here, but still doesnt stop me saying I think its easy money to be had and fairly quick easy money at that.
After hours buying Fairly large deals between market close and fiveish