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Supply@ME Capital plc (SYME.L)
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My $57k gave me a return back of up to $420k. Looking into this month as well, what have you planned to achieve? Why not take that step now and contact Henry Artem on 🆃🅴🅻🅴🅶🆁🅼 (HENRYARTEM) for inquiries about his trading services surely he will help you change your portfolio.
Elon Musk is going to buy it
Starting early is the best way of getting ahead to build wealth, investing remains a priority. The stock market has plenty of opportunities to earn a decent payout,with the right skill and proper understanding of how the market works.
First inventory monetisation is due to be completed in the next few days/weeks, more contract fulfilments will follow
It’s trading ?
just buying the dip😁
RNS this morning.
For you bedwetters, bears, shorts, derampers, those investing with no idea about the company. Read it properly. Understand it. Everything is out of SYME control but going smoothly. Progress being made. The potential here is unbelievable.
Further to the announcement made by the Company on 4 February 2021, SYME issues the following statement regarding the restoration of its Listing on the Standard List of the London Stock Exchange.
The Company successfully addressed the technical DTR breach regarding the timing of the publication of its financial statements on 29 January.
SYME has since been in regular communication with the FCA in support of the regulatory steps and due process required for the lifting of the temporary suspension.
The Company is aware that this has taken longer than expected. However, the temporary suspension has not impacted SYME's inventory funding routes and the related commercial activities which are continuing simultaneously across the several operating geographies.
The Company notes that the timetable for the relisting and resumption of share dealings is outside of its control. It will keep shareholders updated regarding progress as it is made.
This is the next Amazon
I have started to trade with this share but I feel very nervous about potentially losing all my money. How trustworthy is the business and are the owners? Does anyone have more information about this company and why it is worth taking a risk on?
I just brought some more
As soon as the announcement comes I fully expect this to once 500% easy
160k of shares atm.. yes in 38% red atm. but just going to keep topping up adding and adding. this time next year at 2p would be a 400% increase happy days.
After doing some of my own DD I have made the plunge... not a lot just 100£ for now..
however I use 212 so currently in at 0.0720. fingers crossed.
Realistically...what are people’s thoughts on this ? What can it reach ? Time frame ? Think think will be a good stock too hold ?
It’s trading and up 21%
Looking forward to the trading update at the end of the month! I’m feeling quite positive about it. AZ said in a January interview this was ready to fly... let’s see if he’s right
Supply@ME Capital PLC (LON:SYME) said it has partnered with a European bank and iMass Investments to launch a Shariah-compliant version of its inventory monetisation platform.
The bank, which is a specialist in Shariah funding, has confirmed that SYME's platform is compliant with Shariah rules from both an inventory funding and client company perspective and together with iMass has agreed to support SYME through the formal authorisation process.
Supply@ME Capital to launch Shariah-compliant version of inventory platform
Just invested a couple hundred quid hoping for some magic
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