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|this_is_me: The share price has never again reached to point it was at when scot twit started his thread. He has long since left the thread, presumably having sold out at a loss. The share price having declined ever since now seems to have bottomed out and shows signs of wanting to recover lost ground.
A breakout above 9p should see the share price on its way back up.|
|ucnut: Spad when people post like children they seem to dash and hide when the share price moves higher (whoops there it is).
8trade I have no problems with one or ten market makers on a stock. What I do know from experience is that when news comes out they do move rather rapidly and I have successfully traded many illiquid stocks this way.
It seem to me that buyers are happy to pick up and distressed sells at this level so I will also be continuing to add at these levels. My pockets are quite deep now having sold FTSE100/250 stocks this morning to lock in profits.|
|ucnut: I would say that the current share price has priced in these results. Should see upward movement as the economyand market contiue their recovery.|
|cockneyrebel: turning point was getting shot of the financial bod back in Oct imo. Takes time for changes to filter through but I reckon 12 months is about the time before you see them - share price reacts befor tho, imo.
|mryesyes: not much trading because not many holders active, but thats always been true, in the past because it was just a boring dividend earner
basically there is limited news because the company itself is in a state of flux, it has no idea itself of what the share price should be
I'm hopeful that it will soon decide to refocus the entire operation back to the business model prior to the 2007 acquisitions and hive off or dispose of, even for nil consideration, the acquisitions
Prior to the acquisitions it had the simple status of being the largest supplier of all products to the litho market, digital makes no difference, it just supplies what the clients want and acted as honest broker since it had no incentive to sell any particular offering
The acquisitions blurred this as it was offering products that may be owned by it
Its cash position was so solid in 2007 it has retained a good enough balance sheet, but it needs to cut headcount starting with all those from the acquisitions and it should end its final salary pension scheme immediately|
|mryesyes: Linhur has observed at the meeting things that I have previously noticed and posted
(1) The company likes to keep in the shadows. Yes and it does not seem keen to boost its share price, except now it has given all staff option
(2) It stiks strictly to stock market rules. I first bought after sitting close to Bernard Clark and a friend of his travelling down on the Stansted Express for the day good results were announced. He told his friend the shares had been 44p the week before. The results had put them up to 52p but on the train he rang to get someone to contact a "friendly broker" to buy his second 25,000. He did not mention out loud the name of the company but I worked it out by remembering the details he mentioned and then checking each company with results that day until this company's website showed the truth that he was BC Clark of Litho Supplies
(3) All this said there are no guarantees of any great future in the market they are in|
|scotswhaehae: Yep...u beat me to it!
Directors may now pay more attention to getting the share price up over time...
Yield still excellent!
|scotswhaehae: Looks like the stock which depressed the share price has just found a home ...70000 crossed...
Set fair for good upside now imho...
Good luck all!|
|mryesyes: I will look up TIN since I agree with you Yes I have spent more on this share than almost any other so would have to reduce if there were bad signals....but this lot are honest.....if there was unexpected bad news, even a whiff of it in the results they would have warned........they don't even want the share price up do they as they want to buy the stock thenselves if the price is right.....if the report is not as I expect AND they dont buy back on weakness or if the directors don't then I would reduce but this is a very unlikely probability|
|irenekent: Results on March 15 - the share price dropping every day. Whats up? Anybody heard anything? Maybe time to bale out.|
Litho Supplies share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange