I notice that Mr Saash's share-price has been taking a pounding even though the business seems sound. The media have started taking an interest, and there have been a few articles. Investec took a look (and some shares it seems), FM liked what they found when they crunched their numbers, and now Summit is taking a look. Does media make a difference in a market like this, or is it all about results? It seems that even when results are delivered, the public remain unconvinced while the economy is looking bleak. The "rising tides" addage is walking to a different drummer in the past 6 months or so.
If that is true, Then why buy a bank/ retailer that has falling earnings. That is a sure fire way of losing capital? Surly the time to buy from an earnings point of veiw is when it post its first earnings growth after a period of contraction.