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|Greenroom78...the management team of AIEA are a cautious bunch and speak with typical Yorkshire straight talk. Nothing flashy and hence not overpromising IMHO and honestly reflecting how they see the market and prospects. The Chariman holds atleast a few million shares, so he has skin in the game as do the CE and FD.
I prefer to hold companies where they underpromise and over deliver than the other way around and there is no shortage of those !|
|I'm one of the sell on news people, numbers looked decent, overly cautious statement put me off. Annoyingly I lost a lot of slippage to HSBC's tardiness in processing the 'at best' order I placed at 7.30am. Need to get myself a better broker I think.
Good luck with the longer term view. Shame they got the results out earlier this year and shame the chairman couldn't have been more positive looking forward as they have performed well the past 6 months.|
|I thought the results read well enough to sustain the previous ratings, hopefully a bounce after the sell on news brigade have gone.|
|Think you are right.
Somebody either knows or suspects something about trading. The 6month period ended on 31st Dec so the timing is about right for that. Or an offer for the company......
|results soon - either this or next week if history is anything to go by.|
|Surely it can't be based just on this?
Seems to have happened some time ago but is date-stamped today.|
|This is suddenly poised to pop up.|
|lol we're all addicted in our own way I believe :))|
|CRAW, BILN, NCCL, FTC.... were all quick ins and outs for me
|Just a jest reference your Craw trade. Pays a decent dividend so LTH for me.|
|Who knows BB?! That's rarely my intention (ever), although I try not to hang around if the price heads south. This is in the ISA rather than the trading account so prepared to give it some room and it ticks plenty of my boxes. Hoping to see the benefits of the weaker GBP at the interims.|
|Greenroom I hope you're not leaving after 10% ;))|
|I'm pleased to see some volume here,this is one of my largest positions and the only reason it isn't my largest is the lack of liquidity, nice to see some new faces bowl up to enjoy the forthcoming results!|
|Stock's well into nose bleed territory!|
|I bought some this morning in anticipation of a breakout, I was close to buying before Xmas but ended up buying elsewhere as quoted spread was 3p at the time. Spread was kinder today so took advantage, been some good buying since then too so other buyer(s) around in 5k & 10k lumps. Chart well set for a breakout now too.|
|I'd have thought so fillipe, still way too cheap imv...|
|Quite a few buys trades going through on AIEA today - I guess they have had a mention somewhere (?).
Interims should be out around the 27th inst., and I feel the reading will be good.
|Seller around?? Mostly sales today and yesterday.|
|Bit of volume today with 60k on the buy side at 36p.|
|Re my post: 256
Below could be the machine we have installed....not sure though, but sounds like what was described at AGM
|Hi mesquida, rhomboid has already advised me of the RNS that I had missed:
"Unaudited interim results for the six month period to 31 December 2016, to be notified by 31 March 2017".
Apologies, genuine mistake.|
|With respect, the interim results did not come out on the 21st January last year, what we had was a trading update. This was the first time that AIEA had published a trading update and it may be that they only did it so as to warn the market of the property related one off costs. It is not therefore a given that there will be another trading update this month. Trading updates are published so as to advise the market if a company's trading performance is in line with broker forecasts, but as there are no broker forecasts for AIREA it may be that they do not feel obliged to say anything. Of course if you have spoken to the company and you know anything different then I stand to be corrected.|
|A key development mentioned at the AGM was the purchase and installation of a high end carpet manufacturing machine from Chattanooga, TN, USA. ( the impression was that it costed circa $1.5m but no clear figure was mentioned ) which offers a lot of customisable carpet options and thereby an entry into a higher margin market segment.
This would allow us to compete in the high end office space/luxury development markets.
Depending on when it was installed, the additional revenue benefits should come through. The share buyback was also authorised at the AGM, but do not recall seeing any RNS in that regard as yet.
Good luck all :)
Edit: Below could be the machine we have installed....not sure though, but sounds like what was described at AGM
|Thanks rhomboid. Helps the decision when I see a number of people on the thread who I have respect for!!|
|I'm expecting a great set of results, not least because of the benefits of the site rationalisation, so I suspect your timing is rather good again..|