In the past this company seemed to attract an unhealthy number of pumper dumpers (or whatever their motivation was) so to genuine investors (which includes trend traders and the like) only, I say that it is a pity about your loss. I sold at a manageable but unwelcome loss a few years back having fallen for some director spin and I accept I should have known better which I now do.
I've got one ex-AIM gem that predates my Caza experience which is languishing in private company hell and is in a permanent state of 'about to be resurrected' so I know what it is like. Caza at least made a kind of exciting albeit reckless sense as a speculative gamble for those who really could afford it. With hindsight "my" one seems more like a Ponzi scheme but I don't get that feeling with this one. I wouldn't mind so much if I could book it as a good old fashioned loss. One lives and learns and for most of the once (or twice) bitten that includes avoiding AIM like the plague. It'll sting the majority of players sooner or later and generally sooner.
Maybe a sub-exchange for the shrewd with specialised knowledge/experience and cat like reflexes?
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