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    Default Aston Martin: The Stroll Era - How does it End?

    Just posted an article on how I think the Stroll Era might end at Aston Martin given their current financial condition and dramatic drop in the stock price:

    https://karenable.com/aston-martin-t...w-does-it-end/

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    Thanks, insightful as always. I sometimes wonder if the man on the street has any idea about how financially healthy companies are like AM, which outwardly seem successful to someone like him.

    Do you post this on any AM forums? Would be interesting to see how biased any responses are

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    Always an interesting read; cheers!

    I always wondered how somebody with retail experience thought they could turn an engineering/ manufacturing company and a f1 team around? Still, reading between the lines as he is experienced in large organisations and financial shenanigans he has set it up to minimise his personal losses should it all go south! Why risk your money, when you can risk somebody elses?!

    Undoubtedly aml will lurch into and out of the fire again, f1 team will get moved on, papa stroll will count his cash and the brat will hopefully disappear into some obscure back water racing series never to be heard off again!

    Glad i dont have a deposit on an aston!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mon the fish View Post
    Thanks, insightful as always. I sometimes wonder if the man on the street has any idea about how financially healthy companies are like AM, which outwardly seem successful to someone like him.

    Do you post this on any AM forums? Would be interesting to see how biased any responses are
    Doubt in on the man on the street.

    Only posted it on AstonMartinLife. Don't know of any others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A348W View Post
    Always an interesting read; cheers!


    Glad i dont have a deposit on an aston!
    Thanks.

    I did have a deposit on a Valhalla but pulled it in Jan 2020.

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    "All in, it’s very hard to see a situation where AML doesn’t need another major cash injection within the next year."

    Or even within the next fortnight........

    https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/...ing-plans.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jos View Post
    "All in, itís very hard to see a situation where AML doesnít need another major cash injection within the next year."

    Or even within the next fortnight........

    https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/...ing-plans.html
    Yup

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