Maersks decision to opt for low sulphur fuel with an added cost of £2bn per year makes me wonder if they see something against the QFI product that we as investors have missed. Remember, Maersk have used it and know it works! Likewise, even though they are counting the pennies the Saudis didn't go for QFI either. Has anyone any thoughts on what the "hidden"problem might be???
Not good news re Maersk - probably a case of what they do other follow!
Re Baddogrex3 - don't throw in the sponge yet - the directors are still buying and thats good enough for me to hold. Good luck!
Re Doc7 : Hi Doc, long term QFI is probably as good as investment as any. I am a heavy long term holder and have no notion of selling now. Ignore the bickering and related comments on this board. If you are prepared to wait a couple of years QFI should give you a good return. Good luck with your investment.
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