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Share Price: 22.10Bid: 22.25Ask: 22.30Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Rockhopper
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 0.22%Open: 23.20High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 22.10


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Ovets
Posts: 558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: OM, FID and project sanction of S/L
Today 14:22
As you haven't replied Ralphy, I take that as an agreement!

I'd go further: Surely you knew this is an AIM share, so should have known that although the rewards can be quite good, the risks are pretty high too.

It's a very different kettle of fish from putting your money in the building society, or even placing a bet on BP, Shell or, Unilever. Even there there are risks, but less than here.

So when you constantly bleat, you're just telling the rest of us that you didn't research properly, didn't understand the risks with AIM stocks and just jumped-in in the expectation of a big win, one-way bet and then you blame/insult TD, Sam, the RKH BoD and worst of all, your fellow shareholders here - what a Wally!
Ovets
Posts: 558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: OM, FID and project sanction of S/L
Today 11:30
Ralphybabes, you keep on saying we're ramping and we're wrong, etc., but it's you and your gang who are trying to force your view on us.
You're the ones who allegedly (you've admitted it) bought-in at the wrong time, paying too much and now saying this share's a "dog".

We have been more sensible, buying-in low and occasionally trading of the sp fluctuations, so for us it's quite a decent investment and certainly not a "dog".

I'm sure we'd all, including Nigoil, have liked things to have developed much sooner, but a lot of that's just down to what goes on in the World, which we can't change and usually can't predict.

I agree with Nigoil that while the sp is low, fill your boots, but I suppose you and your chums have spent all your money when the sp was much higher.
More fools you, but don't insult/blame us for your mistakes - as I said in an earlier post, all you're doing is broadcasting your envy at others' better judgement.
Nigoil
Posts: 1,175
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:22.10
RE: OM, FID and project sanction of S/L
Today 11:08
ralph2010, fraid you’re wrong again, it’s not unfounded optimism!
ralph2010
Posts: 591
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: OM, FID and project sanction of S/L
Today 10:25
You could also say, ignore the resident rampers with their unfounded optimism.

Also, you really shouldn't advise people to "load up"
Nigoil
Posts: 1,175
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:22.10
OM, FID and project sanction of S/L
Today 09:01
2019, patience is required and load up if you have the spare funds! Ignore the resident idiots who spout nothing but rhetoric doom and gloom!
Cubane
Posts: 37
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Sat 21:56
Hi All
Fri 2:45, Bid price was 23.0
After that barely 100,000 shares traded, many large ones reported as buys (allbeit some could be sells).and it ends up at 22.25 and some posters report this as the RKH world coming to an end.
Get a grip, this is all in the noise. Ending at 22 or 23 simply depends on the mood of some algos.
(Unless you are one of these mythical traders that can outdo the algos and make money out of a share oscillating between these levels). I am not.
Cubane
carroteater
Posts: 293
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Sat 21:18
Great post Croft. Let's say I bought 800k£ outlay at 35p.
I imagine RKH oscillates inside 10p-50p from here.
Shale restricts Brent.
I hope this betters a C Ldn studio apartment!
CroftOriginal
Posts: 220
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Sat 20:55
making a few assumptions carrot will need about £3 a share to break even and £6 a share to get your target profit. I think that is a long shot and if I'm honest I don't think this share will see those levels again. To get back to those sorts of levels the stars would have to align, the seas part and the Isobel complex would need to come in around double the size of Sealion - Rockhopper would have been taken out well before then. You need to remember the price of oil when the price here was £3+ and we owned 100% with fewer shares in issue. We have diluted our assets and issued more shares during a severe drop off in oil prices that looks to be holding firm.

Realistically £2 would be an epic result and at that price carrot doesn't break even. Times have changed.
Comertoes
Posts: 141
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Sat 16:09
Carrot, come back in 2020 and that unrealised loss of £300K could be an unrealised profit on £300K ;-)
Ovets
Posts: 558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Sat 16:05
No carrot, you've got it the wrong way round.
No one's "absolving themselves", as there's nothing to absolve.

What I'm pointing out are those who want to blame others for their own errors/stupidity/ignorance, so come here to moan and insult their supposedly fellow shareholders, whose main "sin" is to have bought their shares much cheaper.
As well as anger/frustration at their own errors, could part of the problem be envy?

Anyway, if someone hasn't lost a packet on a share, why should they say it's a "dog", when for them it isn't?

It's a bit like when you find out that the passengers sharing your cruise dinner table only paid a tiny fraction of what you paid AND they have a "state room" with a balcony - bloody annoying.
carroteater
Posts: 293
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Sat 12:35
Ironic to see the perennial optimists absolve themselves!
My MTM unrealised loss at 22p is circa £300k
I am to "blame" for my investment decisions.

Preserve precious Cash!
Ovets
Posts: 558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Fri 19:35
As I've already said, at the time I believe PJ genuinely believed listing on a senior market was possible.

Things have changed. As I said, it's exactly the same when you bought shares, believing a rise was imminent, but it didn't happen did it?

So you now say that it was the likes of PJ who were to blame for the error about the market listing AND it was the likes of PJ's fault that you bought-in at the wrong time.

So, whatever the issue, it's always someone else's fault, but never yours.

I think you need to do a bit of reading, including looking-up what "ramping" means - you and Awax can join Ollie and then maybe rejoin the discussion when you know what you're talking about.
ralph2010
Posts: 591
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Fri 18:53
Hahahah. Führer Ovets still ramping then?

"Jackpot" and "we are joining the main market" - 10 years later we are 20p, that is misleading from the BOD
Comertoes
Posts: 141
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Fri 17:58
Well said Ovets...why do so many people who make investment mistakes always blame other people, OK TD has delayed FID without explanation which is a bit disappointing, but as I have said before investing in Falklands Oil was always going to be a high risk/high reward investment, and not for the faint hearted.

I for one am still expecting a positive outcome, however if I am wrong I will be the one to blame. I am not relying on any money forthcoming from a successful FID, Sanction and eventual oil production, for me it will be, and always has been a bit like a win on the Gee Gees...a completely researched and evaluated... gamble.

So Godders is wrong, you are not alone in 'not being relentlessly negative' and there and there are many on here watching who are not either,
Ovets
Posts: 558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Fri 16:41
No Godders, I wouldn't say I'm positive, I'm just not relentlessly negative.

When things are quiet, the sp just drifts, often down, with help from shorters and the frightened.

I see the necessary chain of events being something like:
- FEED completed with more accurate costings,
- Zama-1 appraisal complete and what that means to PMO's debt situation - even if they don't monetise it immediately, it'll be collateral for the SL funding exercise;
- Application for precise EC funding, once the above are known;
- EC funding approved;
- Std Chartered will then be able to finalise other funding partners, because EC funding will not only provide the remaining sum required for SL, but also give confidence to would-be funding participants that this is real;
- Std Chartered finalise funding for project;
- FID announced

Then there should be news from Egypt and we should be near to, or even at any ECT award announcement regarding the OM claim.

So right now, there's little to cheer about - a bit like waiting on a windswept rainy platform for the delayed train to arrive, with the passengers getting fed up, wet, cold and bickering about the expensive tickets they've bought, but when the train does arrive, it's something like a Pullman, or The Rocky Mountaineer - or at least that's what I'm hoping.
BUT, if it goes wrong, I'm the one to blame for my losses, not TD, or Sam, or anyone else.
fuddstone
Posts: 33
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.10
RE: endig the week at a miserable 22
Fri 16:40
Not to worry just knocking it down to cover the short next week, as they do each month wonder who is supplementing their income?
Godders99
Posts: 61
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.45
endig the week at a miserable 22
Fri 16:00
the quality of debate ergo shareholders is dire.. Anyone with a brain left years ago.

Ovets you are pretty much the only person left on this board that's positive. I really do hope you aren't a paid stooge
Awax
Posts: 2,807
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.60
RE: No Deal / RKH
Fri 15:06
You really made me smile Ovets..........made my day so to speak. Off you trot now tea time Soylent Greener!!
Olliesky
Posts: 673
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:22.75
RKH
Fri 15:02
Stevo

Made another friend. You really are an ignorant arse.
Ovets
Posts: 558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:23.00
RE: No Deal / RKH
Fri 14:41
If you consider just how important this is to all of us, what kind of an idiot are you posting bollox like this?
You clearly don't mind broadcasting to everyone what an ignorant buffoon you are, not paying attention to what's going on.

Just for the record, "No Deal" is leaving the EU without an agreed deal, which was scheduled for 11pm 29/3/2019, if no other deal could be agreed and approved beforehand. That would give the ERG what they want, including no more freedom of movement and trade on WTO terms. And that would be that as far as EU membership is concerned.

However, there IS a deal - May's deal, based on her so-called "Chequers Deal" from last year. That ends EU freedom of movement, but ties Britain closely to the EU's Customs Union, which fanatical Brexiteers don't like, but most of industry (UK and EU) wants.
This wouldn't be the final deal, but only the interim arrangement (the Withdrawal Agreement) until the full Brexit deal is negotiated, which is likely to take several years.

To prevent the "No Deal", EU leaders offered May two options late last night (they must be especially stupid to have wasted their time trying to find a solution to something that Awax says doesn't even exist):

1. Get your deal voted through Parliament next week (Meaningful Vote 3), assuming Bercow allows it, and the EU extends the deadline to 22/5/19, when we'll leave with May's Withdrawal Agreement. Then we have to start the real negotiations on the final deal, or

2. Fail to get your deal voted through Parliament and the EU gives us until 12/4/2019 to come back with an alternative proposal. If we fail to do that, then we crash out with Awax's imaginary "No Deal" as above. Otherwise we get a much longer extension (of as yet unspecified length), when we'll have to sort out the new/revised Brexit proposal AND participate in the EU elections.

Awax, I suggest you bugger off and learn about all this, instead of making a public tit of yourself.
Awax
Posts: 2,807
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:23.00
RE: No Deal / RKH
Fri 13:55
Ha ha ha.........hoodwinked by politicians like the rest.
Ovets
Posts: 558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:23.00
RE: No Deal / RKH
Fri 13:33
Awax, you couldn't be more wrong - "no deal" was the legal default on 29/3/2019 if no other option was agreed - i.e. we leave the EU without a deal and rely on WTO rules for trade agreements.

That has now been superseded by 2 new options, but "no deal still exists":
- vote for May's deal next week ("Meaningful Vote 3"), thereby obtaining an extension until 22 May, or
- fail to vote for May's deal, in which case the Government has until 12 April to produce another proposal to EU leaders.

How can you possibly have misunderstood things so wrongly? No wonder people post utter bollox on this BB.
Awax
Posts: 2,807
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:23.00
RE: No Deal / RKH
Fri 12:56
No deal was never on the table and in fact it never existed............ not a single politician proved effective enough to get us a good deal. No deal was invented, with all its scare stories, to help us understand that remaining in an undemocratic club was best for us. We'll see...............
Ovets
Posts: 558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:23.25
RE: No Deal / RKH
Fri 12:13
I agree, the Government, the Commons and the EU want to avoid "no deal", so if it does happen, it'll have been one of those accidents of history, which is very unlikely.

The only reason for retaining "no deal" was to be able to threaten to walk away from the negotiations, which is usually an essential part of any negotiation, but on this occasion, walking away would eventually lead to crashing-out without an agreement, so is not quite the "essential" negotiating option that some seem to believe, unless you're an ERG supporter, in which case you're bonkers!

Anyway, as far as RKH is concerned, I don't believe it matters.




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