Can anyone explain why a share price (as calculated by Seedrs) does not fall when there is a massive desire to sell on the Secondary Market? I suppose you could say that a 30% discount on the share price when offered today is a de facto price fall. But some hopefuls are still expecting the full whack when it is clear that they stand absolutely no chance.
Thanks for those links - very interesting. Yes, I too have Commuter Club and I think that the basic idea is very good. When the Covid situation begins to settle I think that the company will have a future, especially with the advent of part-week season tickets. I was quite surprised at just how many shares went on sale today though - some kind of record for the Secondary Market, maybe?