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|And we are just starting to tick up again nice and steadily|
|He floated the company and that meant he had to sell in order to float. Am I correct?He is close to the 30% point which when he gets there would mean he has to offer to buy the company|
|I didn't realise he sold 22 million|
|A 100k buy from the CEO who sold 22 million|
|That was a huge purchase by the Director and makes you wonder what triggered that buy?A push to go towards the 30% level or a recognition that the company was undervalued at its current level. I hope it's the latter.|
|'The Company has been notified that on 08 November 2016, Stephen Fenby, Managing Director, purchased 100,000 ordinary shares of 1 penny each in the Group ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 203.50 pence per share. Stephen Fenby now has an interest in 22,280,000 Ordinary Shares representing approximately 28.04% of Midwich's issued share capital.'|
|I bought after looking at new ipo's and I liked the company and its financials. It looked quite good then and better value now. The macro-economics is hitting many share prices and this is one that has had a little bit, but like you, I'm expecting this to be a steady improving share over the next year or so.|
|I bought this after being alerted to it following an article in the Telegraph regarding a fund who bought into it at IPO (they also hold NFC & INSE which are doing well).
The following link re: major shareholders is encouraging even though the share price movement is not:
Wife of non-executive chairman bought 10,000 shares at 220p on 28.10.16.
I don't think the share price is going anywhere soon but a good long-term hold.
|Cheers for opening the bb. I've been in this since the highs and needless to say, I'm making a paper loss at the moment.The large trades look like a sell which is a shame.|
|Anyone else in this share? Large buys today.|
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