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|Adili Daily Update: Adili is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ADIL. The last closing price for Adili was 1.25p.|
Adili has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 55,515,204 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Adili is £693,940.05.
|dibbs: Share price nearly halved in the last few days. Only a matter of time before these delist IMHO.|
The problem with Adili is it's still a tiny business - barely a cottage industry!
2006 (28 days leading upto 21st Dec): 13 orders gained a day - 30 items shipped a day.
2007 ( " " " ): 37.5 orders a day - 84 items shipped a day.
So, 'up by 388 per cent' from the previous year is a little misleading. Just imagine all those other cottage industries out there, selling a hell of a lot more over Christmas. They would laugh if someone suggested they should float on AIM. "With what?!" might be one possible answer.
I appreciate many successful businesses have grown from an acorn, but do you want your money to be invested in a Company which still has such a long way to go and so much still to prove?
Why not invest in an online retail company like ASOS, which has already proven itself; is growing at an exponential pace; and whose share price still has a long way to go.
Adili, in my view, is a company to watch and patiently wait.|
I presume it's for the middle classes who buy organic food at 'Sainsbury'. The new agers don't have two pennies to rub, so I can't see who else?
I got involved with QGs first company 'E-retail'. The share price went up briefly. Then came down and eventually ended up as EBTM. The best thing for it.
My concern is that there aren't enough 'ethical' people out there with the money to make this a viable success.
As the cynic would say. 'I have always had a soft spot for ethical people... Romney Marsh!' :)
An interesting interview with Quentin Griffiths.
Adili share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange