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I see Gus has given you the definitive answer re lobster pots.. another way of expressing it is by visualising the emotion felt by a monkey caught by the barbaric practice of putting food in the bottom of a narrow neck jar. The monkey grips hold of the food but then can't get his paw free without releasing at least some of the food. That's…

I know what you mean , my position has become oversized relative to what I'd buy afresh today, the counterpoint is that over the years I've developed a degree of trust in mgt that allows me to "run my winner" ..for now. My intent is maybe look to take a slug out when Impetus is sold as the value created here looks to be v…

By illustration, I too hold a large position in Volvere (LON:VLE),across different accounts, yesterday morning I could sell 5000 shares at around mid price,in one account, by 3 pm I could only get the low bid price for 500. the trick is to be selling when everyone else is buying & vice versa, by contrast the day before I managed to buy only 438 shares…

Price has never formed part of the picture when I've organised funerals for relatives, I've always known who they want to handle matters, normally they've bored the arse off me talking about it long before they're in need of the service..

Unusually we'll only have to wait 12 hrs of so to see whether Paul is correct, fwiw I'm convinced you'll see a fairly big markdown (10% plus) on the open ,as to whether that's a buying opportunity only time will tell, I'm not tempted as BoD/mgt appear to be hugely overpaid, & I say this as an ex holder who didn't do my homework

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