Pads in the surrounding terrain seem to be on a larger scale than those to the west. Would like to see what SOS/RFW can get lined up on the Springer/Woodford window. See CLR's presentation [22:58] yesterday where they outline the fairway stretching through several counties.
MAGP's current Grady lease areas - S7-T5N-R5W S22-T8N-R7W S2-T3N-R6W S36-T7N-R5W S11-T3N-R6W
I found the Dutch scenario quite sinister tbh - doing that many trades and making small margins but on massive daily volumes, in such miniscule timeframes - just shows what we as investors are up against - and I don't think we stand a chance of trying to compete.
The pointer that hit home to me most was the lady trader who was 'long' in general, trading on fundamentals, recognising that she could never reliably call the top or bottom of the market. I thought the ex-con guy was a bit OTT - why not start with 1 screen and trial it for a while with low overheads. Bit of a chancer if you ask me but then good luck to him - seemed well set up for an ex-con. Very nice wife!
Next week should be even more relevant as it focusses on home trading.
Sorry for the O/T guys but it was interesting and I recommend viewing to all!
Yes, interesting programme, very different characters and situations in it. New York traders, female hedge fund manager, another female (US) with two sets of twins and a dog trading quite heavily. The female trading not the dog! Then there were several males young all busily trading, another trader was quite elderly and very lively, another was an ex jail bird UK, who seemed to pick himself up, ordered a home computer with 4 screens, plus young wife. Then there is a school in London doing coarses for traders.It ended saying it could be one the most financially rewarding professions in the world, but when trading they were all prepared to lose on occasions.It said most enjoyed the buzz as in football and poker! Hopefully will watch episode 2. The piece about WTC and Amsterdam was new to me, they don't seem to use traders, done in millionths of a second and all on computers, not traders! That one lost me somewhat!
Nothing alarming i.r.o. Great White. The resulting action of a mechanics' lien was taken by Klaus Inc., a small firm in the electrical contractors' business. They have made a habit of taking up cudgels in recent years, presumably because of tardy payment settlements. They work out of -
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