Hi new to this chat board but not new to bor been in for the last two and a half years .Been burned at over £1.20 and was holding 20000 shares now the table as turned and now hold just over 400,000 share at 12p I'm in it for the long run no matter what the oil price is today at this price there will only be one winner and that's the share holder .
Yes I am still committed here although I have also sold some and bought into FOGL. Just a slight turn in the oil price and the start of drilling in March could send this quickly back to 10p as focus returns to this area, at this point based on the facts as they stand the best we can currently then hope for is that Noble/FOGL's big target in the southern basin which is Humpback due to be drilled mid year comes good. atvb.
Well Phil I have to say I took it as I saw it and it was obviously pointed at me, without the stones to actually say it ! I appreciate your comment though supporting my position that I never ramp. I confess to being an optimist and put my hand up for that one, but I genuinly believe we are going to turn a corner in the next few months and if I'm right I might even get my money back and God willing see a nice profit ! This price is pure gold and could easily double once the action starts in April.... Just imagine it, we could see 10p soon :) ATB to us
Anth72, you appear to have taken the post by peekayokay rather personally. Well I have not seen him on here before and having seen plenty of your posts over the last year or so I know you are not a ramper, granted your current opinion of this stock may differ slightly from mine but that does not make you a ramper.
Peekaboo, you haven't got a clue !!! Your rediculous post basically says anyone with more than 100,000 shares is lying and also ramping. At the moment I have 130,000 shares and will be adding because I'm kinky like that, and because the current sp is a bargain and a great chance to average down. (I assume you consider this a ramp). I haven't ramped once on this board on any of my stocks so fools like you should do your research before making a proper 2 bob bit of yourself. I take it in your world 100,000 shares is a wild amount of money to spend on a company with a significant asset and acreage with huge potential... I'll help you out since I'm in a good mood... 100,000 shares at todays price is less than £6K.... Wow, I bet there's not many people with thet kind of money just lying around !!!
Bor have a multi million barrel discovery and it is only a discovery so far., they have funds to see them through this oil downturn window, the board have missed a golden opportunity of high oil prices and have to keep quiet now and not show their ineptness,, any trading on this share is in the fractions of a penny range and traders are making a few hundred quid here or there if they are lucky.. I dont believe anyone who says they have 100000+ of this share and will be buying more as it is just a ramp to take your money.. my take is the HM Govt are keeping the Faulks safe for future years - maybe 10yrs from now. i have no opinion whether to buy/sell or hold - i only hold a few thousand of these now for my bottom drawer. but please be aware of rampers/downers and make your own decision if you think this share is worth it or not gla pk
I hope you're well mate. Ohh I'm holding alright, and adding when the funds are available. I'm up to about 130,000 just now but I'd like to get up to 200,000 before the action starts in the Falklands around April time. ATB
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