I don’t want nobody to give me nothing -
– open up the door, I’ll get it myself. <br><br>I get the impression that some market participants are still a little bit concerned about what I’m going to write about when I contact them.
I have to admit that I’ve been in a major sulk this week that I’ve really struggled to get out of. One of the reasons is that I’ve been working on a couple of slightly problematical stories, which I’m close to being able to report, but I just haven’t quite managed to get enough firm details. That’s frustrating, but it’s not the main reason for my stroppy demeanour.
I get the impression that some market participants are still a little bit concerned about what I’m going to write about when I contact them. I’ve stated this several times already, but if something daft is occurring, I’ll report it; if something good is, I’ll report that as well. I will always contact you and in return I expect a degree of professionalism. After all, we have to stick to the rules of the game.
In time, I reckon I will be able to tone down my at times aggressive approach to substantiating rumours as facts. I don’t expect stuff necessarily to be given to me on a plate and I’ll never shy away from kicking a metaphorical door down to get the information myself. But the information flow should improve, which will allow me to show my caring, sharing nature more fully.