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Genel Energy Share Chat (GENL)



Share Price: 267.50Bid: 265.00Ask: 268.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Genel Energy
Spread: 3.00Spread as %: 1.13%Open: 261.00High: 268.00Low: 246.50Yesterday’s Close: 267.50


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Hawkey47
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RE: 261.6?
Today 16:38
Wow, what a journey.

I have 2 saying one Tattooed on my arm with my grandchildren's name above it...."Never Give Up", the other is for my wife and I......"The best is yet to come".

We try and live by them and even though still working we travel a great deal. We have had our dramas like everybody but have our health and families and all else falls into line behind those.......

Having one for Genel this afternoon..........

Hawkey
 
JohnLewis79
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261.6?
Today 15:28
Afternoon H...it was a different life
in those (Colonial days)..jeez dare I mention the word!..think, by the time I went to Malaya in '62/3 i'd only spent my school years in England and holidays in Wales. Always had the 'wanderlust and your right though one doesn't realise it at the time...."eat and be merry for tomorrow we may die"
Just don't overdo it....that's the bit I overlooked! Regrets?...yea one. I shoudda married a Malay girl to get Malaysian citizenship which would have enabled me to stay in the country. As it was us white men (ex patriots) were booted out in the late 60's under a Malayanisation scheme to promote the indigenous people. Fair enough...i was a wreck by the time i left, had i stayed i doubt id have seen 35. So here i am still breathing...just as well i got my marching orders.
Hawkey47
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Courtesy ZenMerlin on LSE...PMO
Today 15:19
About PMO but bloody good analysis......

"To be successful in your investments you need to bet against the consensus and be right. Your buy is another persons sell...you hope you£re entering at right point to benefit later when you eventually sell. PMO May well fall further from here before rising once more but for me drop was overdone and the fundamentals.... the reason I was in in the first place carry more weight that the reason for the trigger to sell. Yes OPEC and Russia are talking about reducing their over compliance with production cuts from150% to the originally agree 100 % (which at the time many analysts stated would not be adhered too) . They need to do this in order to compensate for Venezuela and soon to be lost Iranian supply. If they didn£t we could see world economy dip as Indian and Chinese growth prospects was hampered by higher oil price....the usual tactic from OPEC is to announce their possible strategy and see if announcement alone does the trick. If oil holds in $70-75 range the Russian and OPEC and Indian and Chinese interests align and Saudis keeps fingers on trigger to spike to $100 in months ahead of Aramco IPO = their underlying strategy. I am not good enough to time day trading moves... judging by last weeks drop... my non consensus view is PMO will benefit from oil remaining high...will reduce its debt into 2019 will increase its production into 2019 and in 2019 Saudis will engineer a spike in time for Aramco IPO. Between now and then they want world economy to continue to grow and cannot risk either oil falling too low or prematurely spiking before Aramco is ready. They fear imminent Iranian decision to announce start of new nuclear program (did they really ever stop) would spike oil and effect world economy via impact on China and India so need to act now to reassure markets that they still have capacity to act as controlling the supply taps as markets recognise that US shale has an infrastructure bottleneck above 11 millions per day right now so cannot itself compensate for Venezuela or Iran. There might be better opportunities to buy PMO lower from here but I would not sleep easy being out right now and waking to headlines about Iran restarting its nuclear program... for Iran the best moment to get most impact from such a move is sooner rather than later...and hearing of Saudis plans to take over their former OPEC allocation following US sanctions at June meeting might be the trigger. GLA DYOR"
Hawkey47
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RE: 261.6?
Today 15:09
Bloody hell Im the baby of you lot.

Your an interesting bugger JL. It sounds a very "lived life" which is a great place to be.

To many people "watching the picture" now instead of being in the picture.

Went to Jerusalem a couple of weeks ago machine guns everywhere but we had a great time. If one of those bullets had my name on it at least i was near God so that would have been a bonus.

Message for all you young guns....."Seize The Day And Put The Least Possible Trust In Tomorrow"....

Hawkey
ocelot
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RE: FRIDAY CLUB
Today 14:48
Stockbuster: 270 SnapDog 291 Hasiba: 292 Bunks: 293 klassic 316 ocelot: 320 (back from the Tavern) Withoutt 321 Broadland 325 Hawkey 330
JohnLewis79
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261.6?
Today 14:34
Oh yes without...red blood in my veins- Bridgend RFC.... Arms Park.../ (born abroad) my boyhood pal was one Freddie Balsara. .so I'm told...probably ollox!.Mum and Dad were valley bred...my old man a very clever man did his law articles and entered Greys Inn then went abroad to practice as a barrister in Stinkypoor..hence me popping out in Zanzibar no idea why.....years later. Banished to Rugby for my sins, expelled from there (horrible place) landed up at Clifton College ( great school) best mate Roger Michaelson played for Wales a (Porthcawl boy).. holidays in Porthcawl where I kinda lived ever.... since my wasted years in the Far East. There we have it. There's a book in there somewhere...like most of my life too effn late. Enough...enough!!
withoutt
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RE: 261.6?
Today 13:48
JL79
1969 started my Apprenticeship, £4 a week, half for house keeping, 8 pints for Quid, your Dad was he a millionaire, we should meet up sometime, I'm assuming you from Gods great country , a very wet South Wales.
ATB Withoutt
STOCKBUSTER
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RE: Genel
Today 13:18
Thanks Hasiba on your comments very interested in your comments, I do use pivot points as a guide, not saying it is an exact science but seems to work but can't be completely be relied upon as it does not hear the noise which can change sentiment, but I do take heart from the fact we did see a recovery by close of play, suggesting that this was just retrace and the upward momentum should continue. One thing I will say, Genl seems to be mimicking the KAZ chart where it pulled back to around £2.50 then never looked back, I hope it is the same case for us longs.
hasiba
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RE: 261.6?
Today 13:17
One of the most common trading strategies used in algo-trading is called Trend-following Strategies .
And this is what really decides the sp moves.
Other parameters though more important for the longterm but market and investors want to see sp results to maximum benefits sooner before reaching the point of giving up on a share.
So Trend is your friend at times of solid share fundementals as in G case if you want to trade safely and it is an important measure to take into consideration. Differentiating a retrace from reversal of sp can make a huge difference in making decisions to profit from sp movements too.
We are only a small fish in a big pond full of sharks and we hardly decide sp movements.
GL.
JohnLewis79
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261.6?
Today 12:46
Easy for me to ignore...no faith in 'squiggly' line theories but obviously it may work for some though why you should base your investment decisions on pivot points & reversals is beyond me.
Ok..I know that's just one method among others pis use.... so a 'pot pourri' of data which imo would most likely lead to muddled thinking and errors if solely relied upon, especially in my case, more info more overload. I guess it's whatever works...I'm still trying to find the elusive formula and that's since my Dad gave me £10 to invest in my first pick aways back in the 60's- that incidentally was a weeks wages for me when rent was £2 per wk. Can you believe that!!? I think I turned a few quid....but back in them days I did as Papa told me...




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