You maybe right.But asking too much?I have been in here heavy too for a very long time aswell.Its about time HO pulls his finger out and puts us firmly into the available drilling slots instead of sitting there wondering how he could squeeze another point out of any possible suitor.If they are in due dilligence hopefully their comming to the end of it.We will see soon enough I suppose.GLA
I think you might be asking too much. Nothing seems to happen very quickly or go to plan with BOR. If due diligence is occuring, I assume it could take 6 months or more. I'm in too heavy with BOR but i can't see any major announcement coming apart from an intention to join the 2015 campaign. Hopefully felow investors won't get too disillusioned by another disappointing half yearly report.
Volume or Volatility usually increase the bid-ask of a share. Trade this week has been lighter than usual until today, I suspect the bid-ask opened up today to facilitate the larger transactions at 11:11am.
Nice potential here. This stock has been trading sideways for a while now, since around July 2012. A quick glance at the regulatory news shows that a few hedge, pension funds have been accumulating during this period. Using various technical analysis, all charts for BOR are looking strong. Any news next month may initiate a break-out.
Lets hope so mate.Been in here for couple of years.Forgot about them till recently.Hopefully they have got a partner lined up and are in due dilligence.Who knows.Maybe around the 25th sep when half yearly results come out we will have more of an idea.GL.
From PF.He said Thank you for your e-mail. We provided an update on the farm-out process at the AGM in June - you can review the presentation on our website. We will, of course, update investors when discussions are sufficiently advanced with a farm-in partner. It is our clear intention to participate in the 2015 drilling campaign and we are all working towards meeting this timetable. We remain optimistic that we can achieve this.
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