Still kicking myself for only selling half my holding after the DPD sale went down the pan. But with the shares likely to be completely worthless in the event the open offer fails, it's time to protect what's left with a three-part plan:
1) Sell existing holding in open market
2) Take up full allocation of open offer shares and apply for extra to make up for part 1
3) Keep everything crossed that...
a) The fundraising is successful
b) That success boosts the sp
c) There really is a market for the data analysis Proxama is offering
d) The chief exec and his sidekick are smarter than they looked in that recent interview.
Good luck if you're as daft as me and you're still in.
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