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|srpactive: nice share price chart also, I have held here for yrs,
time very soon to average down to breakeven.
|grandad4: Can anyone explain the following: Volume of buys today 1.8m and sales 1.1m but no change in the share price! Is the SE really a market subject to the forces of supply and demand or just someones personal toy where they set any price they feel like?|
|powlo: Le Mass
I recon there will be three more weeks of almost flat
share price (45p to 42p range) and then a rise to 55p + .
But what do charts know.|
|silent_angel: ok exp88 I have to admit I have struggled to find what you are looking for maybe stem could do it if the share price keeps trending down and you buy it on first sign of recovery, STEM is the ticker code.|
|copyright: check out the charts for DDT for the period Novemeber to December
for the last four years....the share price always rises by between 25% and 40%.
They say let the trend be your friend, I fully expect the share price to rise for a FIFTH successive year between the end of October and the end of December.|
|silent_angel: I can't see any correlation with the rand, I know it is a South African company however if you look at the geography of its customers they are all over the world. They can adjust their prices to overcome any various exchange rates. Looking at the graphs of the rand and share price, they don't match up, not even closely. I still think this is a buy just over 38 hoping for a spike up to 45p ish for those short term traders out there, or a safe bet of breaking through some time another as it trends up there anyway over the next couple of weeks, with its low price every penny increase is a good percentage!|
|utsushi: This share suffers from premature excitement leading to unexpected deflation..in the share price...:-))|
|spec2: Gentlemen , Ladies,
The action on Friday was on rumour of South Africa's only major Telecom companies, so called discussions with a view to purchasing DDT's SA division, hence the rise in the JSE price. This Telecom company (Telkom SA) has had a meteoric rise in it's share price in the last year, how does 500% grab you ? People there love to talk, and Telkom has a monopoly and is government owned, and incidentally DDT/SA has a large Black Economic Empowerment stakeholder, who is in to government contracts, which DDT is vying for. It seems analysts in SA are a bit more positive than UK, so just maybe DDT can start moving up,( the January Jinx I keep referring to has eased in the last two weeks.) I am holding at the moment ! and waiting for a further buying opportunity.|
|utsushi: The Saudi Arabian deal looks like great news, $$$, worth reading on their web site....and maybe the cause of the recent share price strength, spec2 is right, i would not be surprised to see them get knock on deals with other smaller Middle Eastern states, these countries surpluses must be going through the roof right now..unfortunatley that does not (yet) apply to DDT share price!|
|nv01: Agree Cresteal. Followed SPT for a few months from 27p to 46p, didn't think it would keep going, but it did and hit 74p in a matter of weeks.
I think DDT share price is very under rated and expect to see a rise to more realistic levels. I'm in for the long term so it doesn't matter much to me, but a good rise in the short term - around 36p - will be the trigger for me to increase my posisition.|
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