Ceres (CWR) 🔋 🌫 - Share Chat

Thanks

FYI, the PrimaryBid price just came through. It was 1060p - not the best discount, it’s already been lower than that earlier this month.

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barely got anything from it, I received under 20% of what I wanted

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hmm cheers for this. I bought shares on the market this morning at 1094p, so just 3.3% higher and they are in my ISA. :neutral_face:

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Freetrade’s @DavidK has done a great write up on Ceres today if anyone’s still curious

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Nice. The future looks bright, but I was scared by the increase in losses.

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The recent dip is very similar to that of ITM power… Is there something happening across the broader market ?

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In a word, yes. This is massive short seller manipulation in my opinion.

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Turbulent times in the market & certainly for Ceres stock. That said, this is one of those stocks that gives me genuine confidence & so red days don’t scare me much at all. I guess everyone investing for a while, develops a few stocks with which they are unwaveringly sure.

@SubOnly… Bang on fella, the “professional trader’s” tell us that we shouldn’t get emotionally attached to any stock or share… But it’s hard :joy:… We’re only human afterall :man_facepalming::gun:

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Down 20% at the moment. Any good news on the horizon?

Excellent RNS… with trading update. Hope this is the good news you are looking for!

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Thanks Kevin. All sounds positive! Now the waiting play the waiting game until September!

Good days trading

Any thoughts, is this a keeper?

This dip is the tremours of the China and US activities. If you are looking at a ten year investment, then yes this could be very good in five to ten years. If you’re after a quick win and move on then look elsewhere

Thanks for that. I’m in for the long haul. I’m new to investments so just wanted opinions as I believe they have a good future. :crossed_fingers:

More punishment for holders…

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Like a stone. Wonder why?

There might not be a Ceres reason why Ceres is dropping: everything is down, possibly because US Fed signalled it’s getting ready to raise interest rates.

(Having just written that, I generally think that the average retail investor - ie, us - should consider stock price movements to be essentially random…)

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