HUFC Ive asked one of the Saxo editors to do an article on OIlex bringing US style fracing to India for there trading fllor traders, if Martin O'Rooke is down there have a chat with him ,it worth a try .
As was said today, talk to the right people & we get some big buys .. Let's see if Zac Mir talks about OEX next week ;) Talked to him last night & will keep at him at the masters investors show today .
I've timed trading this so badly I've almost got to the point I daren't try again and am half tempted to stick to a figure and get out completely. This share has given me 3 years plus of stress! I made a great decision in selling my initial investment at 11.30p last year which would have given me a free ride, but then made the mistake of ploughing it all back in at 10p (thinking it would rise again quickly to 15p). My exit point for the rest was 20p which on a successful 77h should easily have been achieved. Ever since then I have been trying to catch the falling knife in an attempt to average down. I made a good decision to buy some at 1.78 and then selling a few weeks later at 3.59 giving me a nice profit. Other than that I've played a bad game with this one though. It just never seems to make any sense. I am positive though in the fact that other than the imminent funding everything else seems geared up for some big rises and my holding now is at its biggest (for good or bad). The fact that we should be cash positive this tear is massive. Especially for an aim company. Surely we should hit the highs of last year at some point this year? And if we do then I'll have made a nice bit of money and it will all have been worth it!
I totally agree, if the reserves update couldn't shift it (due to what I've continually mentioned, all know requirement) Should we be over optimistic about sp, simply on confirmation of what is expected connection. that said we are not the ones controlling the sp, and I doubt we are the ones to play it up, that will be done by the players, and with the absence of funds if it spikes it may be time to trade a few out.
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