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Echo Energy Share Chat (ECHO)



Share Price: 4.35Bid: 4.30Ask: 4.40Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Echo Energy
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 2.33%Open: 4.65High: 4.475Low: 4.125Yesterday’s Close: 4.35


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mushroomkid
Posts: 127
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: The Jonah
Today 13:43
Nelson - I think what really shook me was firstly, how slow my broker was at selling the shares. I had anticipated, having put the order in at 7.05 am that I might lose a bit and sell them for around 6-7p. 4.77p was much lower than I had anticipated from an 8.3 p price the evening before (set by some insider dealing. Still fuming about that btw) and secondly that the share was so fragile that one failure would almost halve the price of the sp.

I still have a bunch of shares but I have written them off in my mind. If they ascend to the heady heights that have been muted, so be it. If not then, then I'll take the loss. I assume the sp might be anything from 0p to 100p in the next few years.

In the meantime, I have consolidated my position with some solid blue chip companies that will pay a modest dividend forever (I believe) and topped up my pension accordingly. Result: less stress :)
 
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
Gap filled
Today 10:54
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: FAO Malkis
Fri 22:59
I have no idea how much you down but if you want to give it to me trust me il give it back ten times more and wont stop you all know me by now!

I feel sorry for your losses and how ceo bull crap to people in the past
but you will get it back.

when it comes to the BB boards no ones a friend not in my book
cus they will rope you in.

carry on with your Merry night and stay put just think about the new CEO how he wont waste his money and think about Fiona how she down thousands and laugh if it makes it better for now ;)
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: FAO Malkis
Fri 22:46
I was never in

I left well before 12p

and sat out until now. don't worry il make from this point onwards that I know of
you sprout dribble,

what was your Avg so I may piss myself laughing
oh I don't need to wait until 2022 not from these Low Lvls eat that
250SWB
Posts: 967
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
FAO Malkis
Fri 21:49
All in my personal opinion:

I have had a few this evening
but if I might say so you appear to be suffer from a bad case of forked tongue affliction

This is shown by just TWO consecutive posts :
TODAY 14:42
'They are sending it back up on Mon'

YESTERDAY 22:09
Joelebeau,
You will get ya cash back in 2022
Those now waiting on the sidelines for 3,s to arrive
Will make a mint

and I haven't bothered to mention the drivel you spout about candles

so why not simply say you sold and bought in again?
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
i invest my wealth
Fri 21:30
on the FTSE10O

small portion on Aim

I learn quick and fast over the years of investing and making money on Aim
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: this is odd
Fri 21:25
oh they did 3p warrants in march 2016 64M 538,661
praty1
Posts: 412
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
Drilling
Fri 21:24
Volcanastic rock ? I'm no geologist but the company have decided th move away
And concentrate ? On other problems.
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: this is odd
Fri 21:20
Warrants to subscribe for new Ordinary Shares at a price of 3p per new Ordinary Share issued by the Company in 2016 (the "March 2017 Warrants"). The grant of the March 2017 Warrants was announced by the Company on 6 March 2017 and were granted as part of the institutional investment and Board changes described therein;

(iv) Warrants to subscribe for new Ordinary Shares at a price of 15.1875p per new Ordinary Shares issued by the Company in 2017 (the "May 2017 Warrants - Batch 1"). The grant of the May 2017 Warrants - Batch 1 was announced on 15 May 2017 in connection with the issue by the Company of secured loan notes described therein; and

(v) Warrants to subscribe for new Ordinary Shares at a price of 15.1875p per new Ordinary Shares issued by the Company in 2017 (the "May 2017 Warrants - Batch 2"). The grant of the May 2017 Warrants - Batch 2 was announced by the Company on 19 May 2017 in connection with a £10m placing.

together the "Warrants".

Block Admissions

May 2015 Warrants

160,000

November 2015 Warrants

240,000

March 2017 Warrants

64,538,461 at 3p

May 2017 - Batch 1 Warrants

8,224,007

May 2017 - Batch 2 Warrants

7,238,271

Total

80,400,739
Franko1001
Posts: 237
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: this is odd
Fri 20:44
After you have bought in ha. Well good luck. All the Chartists I follow have 3p then there’s more funds required . Let’s see.
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: this is odd
Fri 20:34
nah don't think so

4 was it. im loving the look of the candles for a return back to 5p
Franko1001
Posts: 237
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: this is odd
Fri 20:20
They need to fund for the drill campaign plus warrants at 3p (64 million). Oversold yes but this is a temporary bounce.

Sub 4p before a move north .

GL
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
this is odd
Fri 19:21
Feb 15 2019, 11:32 4.50 40,000 4.45 4.50 Buy £1,800.00 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:32 4.49 100,000 4.40 4.50 Buy £4,490.00 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:32 4.49 75,000 4.40 4.50 Buy £3,367.50 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:31 4.49 50,000 4.40 4.50 Buy £2,245.00 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:31 4.47 750,000 4.35 4.50 Buy £33,525.00 O Big Buy again 750,000
Feb 15 2019, 11:30 4.40 250,000 4.30 4.50 ? £11,000.00 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:30 4.40 20,000 4.30 4.50 ? £880.00 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:30 4.38 50,000 4.25 4.40 Buy £2,187.50 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:29 4.38 50,000 4.25 4.40 Buy £2,187.50 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:26 4.47 1,017,762 4.25 4.30 Buy £45,493.96 O OVER 1M buy who was that?
Feb 15 2019, 11:25 4.27 63,118 4.25 4.30 Sell £2,691.98 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:17 4.24 100,000 4.15 4.25 Buy £4,239.50 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:16 4.24 117,629 4.15 4.25 Buy £4,987.47 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:13 4.20 50,000 4.15 4.20 Buy £2,100.00 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:11 4.20 63,118 4.15 4.20 Buy £2,650.96 O
Feb 15 2019, 11:10 4.20 500,000 4.10 4.15 Buy £21,000.00 O CEO

these Big buys must be the CEO friends buying in Lol
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: Echo
Fri 19:00
s@p was back to normal today for trading

what I mean you can buy without a NT. LAST FEW DAYS you could not buy nowt while they were sending it lower only small tranches and offering higher for 200k. did dummy runs for days on end.
now we know why for the CEO.... but that does don't mean the dirty games are over might see more NT trades at much higher prices to send it back up.

they play dirty games sending it down, they play dirty games sending it up works both ways doesn't it?
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
Echo
Fri 18:29
https://www.britishbulls.com/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=ECHO.L

check out the last candle, only a small one with a slight gap? could fill back into the white candle on Mon
bigspike
Posts: 622
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: The Jonah
Fri 17:20
I would like to think success in Bolivia from shell and Repsol will add value to echos prospect and farm outs in both Bolivia and Tapi Aike could generate significant value for echo. Echo still have a producing asset, still have multi Tcf exploration prospects already with compelling data, and none of the Tobifera was valued in the cpr anyway. Many invested in echo because of the diversified portfolio and potential remains for this to be turned around...
Nelson0001
Posts: 95
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: The Jonah
Fri 16:43
“sold half my shares in a panic at 4.77p” - First tip: don’t buy/sell shares in a panic.

Pretty much everyone here bought their shares between 12p and 15p - some have averaged down, but everyone is in the same boat when the SP is at 4pm - unless your circumstances need you to sell, IMO you’re better off holding tight. At least until the results of the seismic have been announced!
chablard
Posts: 406
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.35
RE: Martin Hull
Fri 16:37
So when did stimulation start
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.40
RE: Echo
Fri 15:39
1st ECHO IS OVERSOLD DONT GO SELLING

bit of info to read

DAY1 1ST CANDLE stock must make a two month calendar low
DAY1 Range must be the largest of previous 9 days trading days.
For the short sale tomorrow ( today) only sell 10 cents ignore the cents that's how it is below low
Intitial Max risk ( stop loss) 1 point above day 1,s close
thereafter use a trailing stop

this might be some use to some people
stix40
Posts: 1,916
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.40
RE: Echo
Fri 14:55
how do you know that malkis tea leaves ?
malkis
Posts: 3,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.40
Echo
Fri 14:42
they are sending it back up on Mon
Apache10
Posts: 516
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.40
RE: Martin Hull
Fri 14:40
during stimulation they couldn't buy or sell shares because they were insiders.. after the RNS they can trade.. it's pretty clear
Scarface72
Posts: 712
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.40
RE: Martin Hull
Fri 14:33
Hindsight... a wonderful thing.

Don't forget 30p not long ago.
chablard
Posts: 406
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.45
RE: Martin Hull
Fri 14:05
Would you buy in at 18p. Or even 9p. when you could buy in at 4p.
tombi1
Posts: 927
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.45
RE: Martin Hull
Fri 13:51
they did not say they couldn't they said they cannot comment on any buying or selling ,by directors only in a RNS




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