Can a player fall below his IPO price now?
Not on the market buy but a trader could (have to)sell for less than ipo.
It's been months since we did the surveys on media. So, just a poll to see what people want to see changed the most :
Removal of the MB system entirely as it creates too many complaints and drives the football index far more than football itself.
That’ll make things interesting during the off season.
After reading through the later parts of this thread I’ve seen a few posts that seem to imply mr white has been some sort of victim on this forum.
I don’t agree. That’s not to say I believe it’s him in the wrong. I just don’t see a victim here.
There’s been a fair amount of slinging backwards and forwards and often it’s he who retreats first who emerges as the “victim”.
On a personal level I hope that mr white does well, but let’s not forget that 99.9% of people have had or are having their lives negatively affected right now and I just think that because he has put his problem(s) in the forum domain he has emerged as the misperceived “victim” in the eyes of some.
@NewUser573360 The darkest hour is just before the sunrise is the best way I could describe “off trend” areas of the FI market. Always has been, always will be.
Be very careful not to go into risers too late. The sub £2 area of the market will very much have its day again soon. As will the “old pb players” that people won’t touch right now. The tide always turns and it won’t be far away.
@Baydog Good post after waiting in the bushes, taking stock and pouncing with a level head!
Naturally I’d like to challenge the business model of easy profit. The ones that lose in the end will be the last ones through the door and the latest ones through the door are the ones providing everybody’s ‘profit’ not the index.
Also the expense of dividends is obviously more than covered through the issuing of new shares. Certainly the more recent ones, not to mention the number of times they have taken commission on shares and the profit of the IS spread many times over in many, many cases.
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