longshot - the Bartholomew article and tip was back in 15 Mar 2015 when the SP was mid 260s. In the same article he wrote:
'Globo is an exciting company thats growing fast. Among other things, it enables people to use their own mobile phones for company business in a secure way. Employers get to save money by not buying hundreds of mobile phones for staff.'
One of the biggest cons on AIM, ever.
Those points aside NAHL is a very interesting play - and way below what it could and should be with far more upside than downside potential. I believe consolidation is expected in the sector it operates in - there may be an acquisition soon, or on the multiples it sits on just now it could be a target itself. That said the volumes of late don't indicate anything is about to happen - so maybe the governance there is strong.
With you. Good to have a winner when this week has been a gloomy one. I have a habit of selling up too soon, but I might let this ride a while longer - still like to know why it is gaining! Did they win a big case? These days you expect to see a prompt announcement.
NAH is still an excellent dividend prospect, maybe another 10p next May, and deserves a sp 200p+. We know we have a couple of turnaround years ahead, but these shares have been way oversold. If other investors start to agree then more days like today ...
No RNS to shed any light on the rise. I'm in quite heavily here, and averaged down back in June so this is pleasing to see that I'm out of the red and well into the green now. I followed James Bartholemew's advice in The Telegraph. Also can't see that personal injury is going to go away completely despite the planned reforms and they're reshaping their business anyway - short term pain for long term gains. I've made plenty of bad decisions with shares but I'm a holder on this one as I think the recovery will have legs. And a decent divi too.
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