Bear v Bull Debate

Bears are welcome as long as they provide rationale thought and argument. Let s debate.
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Re: Bear v Bull Debate

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B.J.Blazkowicz wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 1:47 pm
Rumours now apparently from everyones favourite "sheriff of aim" TW of a placing at 5p. That's all we need. Let's see if he is right on this one, either way that looks like where the share price is heading.
How would he know? i think it is a given that he would be the last person on Earth that JD etc would brief on their plans.

A few high volume days of strong buying off the back of a positive outlook news release and Bids is going to the moon without looking back - champagne and caviar all round!

...followed by a few low volume days with no rush of buyers turning up and all of a sudden Bids must be a basket case - the world is imploding, bids is basically bankrupt and we are all doomed!

Greed & Fear. And on AIM micro cap stocks these little emotions are heavily amplified.



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Re: Bear v Bull Debate

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sectornitad wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 2:35 pm
B.J.Blazkowicz wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 1:47 pm
Rumours now apparently from everyones favourite "sheriff of aim" TW of a placing at 5p. That's all we need. Let's see if he is right on this one, either way that looks like where the share price is heading.
How would he know? i think it is a given that he would be the last person on Earth that JD etc would brief on their plans.

A few high volume days of strong buying off the back of a positive outlook news release and Bids is going to the moon without looking back - champagne and caviar all round!

...followed by a few low volume days with no rush of buyers turning up and all of a sudden Bids must be a basket case - the world is imploding, bids is basically bankrupt and we are all doomed!

Greed & Fear. And on AIM micro cap stocks these little emotions are heavily amplified.
Allegedly he has contacts from his time in the City. Lets be frank the whole market is bent so its not exactly a stretch to imagine some loose tongues. Allegedly etc



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Re: Bear v Bull Debate

Post by B.J.Blazkowicz »

Looks like the bears were correct on the placing then.



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Re: Bear v Bull Debate

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I'm fairly sure bulls and bears have anticipated a fundraising since Dec @B.J.Blazkowicz

In fact some bears put out 2p and even 3p placing numbers.

It's actually quite nice that nobody truly called it.



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Re: Bear v Bull Debate

Post by GlobalNomad »

i'll decide after some coffee



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