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|interceptor2: I received a responce from the Finance Director Alex Sheffield today.
He says that the reason no statement was made regarding trading, was because they continue to trade in line with previous statements made a few months ago
He also states that " The downward movement in the share price in the last few days has been very disappointing, but we believe is due to private investor sentiment turning once again."
Hope this helps with your investment decisions, as for me I was unfortunately stopped/lossed out, but I will keep mlo on my watch sheet, and buy back in a some point.|
|melody9999: Hi interceptor - I like to buy in 2 or 3 stages too - but only if the share price rises - do not do averaging down. Bought HLO at 97 and added at 120. Conversely if the share price falls, rather than sell out completely I often find it easier to reduce where I am still confident that the share price will 'come good' - as I have done here.
What else are you looking at? I bought some BGBL this am. Just a few because I don't like shares where the price is very low - means the spread can be high and you can easily lose out if it goes pear-shaped. Looking closely at MML too and waiting for the right moment.|
|reflectivetrevor: i personally think thats a good sign, a quick share price movement announcement closely followed by directors buying. I'm going in.|
|kenmill: After very positive results this month, the share price is dropping fast on almost no turnover - very strange|
|arc en ciel: Steady buying in late April has caused a jump to 124.50p today. SCSW already 13% up on putting MLO in its portfolio.
At the time of its original recommendation in November 07, SCSW reckoned on end March 08 eps of 9p putting the company on a PER of just 11.9.
As well as now forecasting eps of 10.4p for the year to 31 March 08, the broker's estimate for the current year is 13.2p, a rise of 27%. Should translate into at least that gain in the share price in the next year.
Seems to me one of the best features of the business is that the clients, ie the companies contracting Melorio to carry out training, get grants for the costs. So placing an order with Melorio costs effectively nothing and gets the client's employees trained and with qualifications free of charge. An offer they can hardly refuse!|
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