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Share Price: 37.70Bid: 37.40Ask: 37.70Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
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Alaric
Posts: 400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.70
RE: He sounds unwell
Thu 22:23
bizarre, mclean, but nothing surprises me anymore here, in the historic libelling of San Leon. looks like he's got Talltrees banned now as well on Advfn, who was his sole serious oppo there, which just goes to show what a complete jerk history boy is. worse, it all sounds a bit like a year 1 crim law paper question: 'read the narrative and describe and discuss how many illegal acts Mr. Dimwit has committed'.
 
mclean91
Posts: 182
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.70
RE: He sounds unwell
Thu 16:55
Nut job, unhinged he is all those words Alaric, his fixation with links as I read it on advfn is he threaten links and his family ie wanting to find him etc links called the guy an expletive for this, which chart trader aka 1historyman didn't like.

But because of the threats made to him and his family by this guy and the barrage of hate toward him, links took the matter into his own hands and found chart trader back in 2015 but only told him last year by messaging him with his mail address, of course chart trader went ballistic.

Anyone over on ii can see links only posts information regarding things of interest about sle, oml18 and Nigerian oil in general. I have looked back to 2015 when this kicked off with char trader and in fact links has never threatened this chart trader guy but in fact actually tried to stop the escalation of abuse by trying to apologise for the expletive, but chart trader posted do what you want the consequences remain the same!.

So now trader trolls and a stalks links old posts like some demented entity!. I'm sure their is a law against this sort of thing!!.
Alaric
Posts: 400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.70
RE: He sounds unwell
Thu 15:03
hi mclean, you might think a company like Shell wouldn't employ psychos like history boy. i glimpsed at Advfn today. he seems to have a fixation with a poster on ii called linksdean, and keeps posting his archive up (glad it's not just me then, as too weird for words!). that and with icebergs, can you believe, and this in the Niger delta ha. as i said before - a nutjob, the genuine article.
mclean91
Posts: 182
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.70
RE: He sounds unwell
Wed 19:03
PC, by what I can gather he didn't work for sle but Shell in 60s/70s North Sea, funny though so did his other guises too.
PC01
Posts: 284
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
RE: He sounds unwell
Tue 07:49
In fairness, I'm really not sure what there is to worry about...the share price will look after itself, however much he doth protest, and I dont think any of us care a tinker's cuss about where the SP trades today or tomorrow... the company has plenty of cash in the bank and coming, the price of oil is our friend and we own 2 substantial assets which will keep the cash flowing for many moons to come.
But Mc91 I think you are spot on - he seems most likely to be either
The brilliant self styled trader who filled his boots in SLE shares at the top and got badly burnt
or
An (ex?) employee who thought he'd be receiving shares and options to keep him in guiness for the rest of his life but lost that opportunity when he lost his job....
However, it's probably a job for Monsieur Clouseau rather than Poirot methinks...
Talking of lost posters, where the hell is B7 :-)?
Alaric
Posts: 400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
RE: He sounds unwell
Tue 00:39
that's probably not such a bad idea, redeyemines. fair possibility this nut-job (c'mon - he's a squirrel!) is also an attention seeker. am not sure who will take care of him though and someone will need to keep an eye out in case his condition deteriorates and he needs a straight jacket.
redeyemines
Posts: 489
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
He sounds unwell
Mon 22:08
---I think we have to assume that the man has some very real problems, and is in need of some help. Maybe it is best that we all stop re-acting to his posts, and hope that somebody takes care of him.
mclean91
Posts: 182
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
RE: I'm doing it again, arent I?
Mon 19:43
the said poster has stated in various posts and guises playing an influence in SP and manipulating it years ago, don't think that will go down well with shareholders of that time!, but yes Alaric to post continually like he does condemning sle is extremely unhinged.

found this over there too, regarding an rrr shareholder, but this 1historyman/charttrader2000 has no vested interest in sle, anyone find it strange afaha and callas hasn't shown up for a while since bluerill has shown an interest in this history poster!!.

How incredible it is that a single shareholder in a PLC can cause the company tremendous amounts of financial damage just by using Twitter and other social media. Defamation by shareholders, often disgruntled shareholders, against their own company, is one of the most irrational acts that we have seen in recent years.

In the case of the international gold mining company RRR and its shareholder Gary Carp, the consequences of Mr Carp posting defamation against the company were particularly serious to the company and to the thousands of investors who at one point saw the value of their shares plummeting very sharply.

The company was left with no choice but to issue legal proceedings against its shareholder in order to protect the interest of the rest of its shareholders who were being scared off by dangerous speculation and by highly defamatory conversations that Mr Carp initiated on various investors forums.

This was probably the first ever case in the UK of a PLC suing a shareholder over defamation on internet forums and on Twitter. The dilemma that the company faced, whether legal action for defamation against a shareholder would be viewed as a bullying act or whether it would be accepted as an act of protection, appreciated by other investors, was resolved very quickly when following the successful law suit, it received nothing but positive and encouraging feedback from its investors. The investors viewed the initiation of legal proceedings against their fellow shareholder as a demonstration of leadership by the companys board of directors rather than an oppressive act and their confidence in the company grew.
Alaric
Posts: 400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
RE: I'm doing it again, arent I?
Mon 19:21
just as i'm looking today (i won't be tomorrow as life is too short), this weirdo is now at 24 posts today. most of this is repeat insinuation including one post about the history of our SP, which we all know too well and on which he bases his entire thinking for our future projection. it is intellectually dull stuff but he clearly feels the need to drone on... and on.. and on..
Alaric
Posts: 400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
RE: I'm doing it again, arent I?
Mon 14:50
...just by way of example, i notice since 8am this morning this guy has already posted 16 times, which is not unusual for him. needless to say i have now joined bluerill as his target today, including archive stuff on me from 2014. it's kind of bunny boiler if you ask me. and he refers to this board as the LSE asylum!
Alaric
Posts: 400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
RE: I'm doing it again, arent I?
Mon 10:49
well i guess it may seem a bit strange to some on this board but, given all here now by and large are serious investors in san leon, i suggest we are by definition interested when an individual anywhere makes it his life's mission to damage our investment. (when i say, 'by and large' of course we still have a few troll posters left from the bad old days but they're largely on the certifiable fringe and probably best ignored.) 1historyman (aka Jabba) is on an altogether different plane. Certifiable for sure but his deeply malignant and persistent trolling by misrepresentation and insinuation has been going on under various guises and on various boards for years. So bluerill, just fine by me if you want to diss him here. i see he does get some opposition on his board, including one guy who reposts your posts. so maybe stay as you are? i think the lse board is now the main serious discussion on san leon anyway.
bluerill
Posts: 300
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
I'm doing it again, arent I?
Mon 09:40
bringing that troll's nonsense to this board.....sorry to all who object to my somewhat unilateral decision. I will explore registering over there in order to continue my periodic effort to expose his fake news. In the meantime, excuse me while I squirrel hunt from over here
bluerill
Posts: 300
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
Um, no they don't
Mon 09:33
'.....lots of experienced traders refer to a large sell order on the books as an iceberg, stopping the price from rising until it is removed. I guess if u are smurf and all your trading experience is from a book, u would be unaware of that simple fact....'

I am an experienced trader - not that that's necessary here - and what we have with sle is never referred to as an iceberg, you 5-alarm numpty, because an iceberg is specifically as I described it and the sle block offer is the precise opposite to an iceberg, which is an order that is largely HIDDEN form sight. Notice the operative word?
bluerill
Posts: 300
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
Example of someone owning himself:
Mon 08:17
Add 'super-genius' to Jabba's resume as he provides an example that supports my point, all while his puffed-up ego thinks he's making his. #blissfullyignorant

'...Example of an Iceberg Order Suppose a large pension investment fund wants to make an investment of $5 million into stock ABC. News of the fund's investment could cause a massive spike in ABC's price within a short period of time. To avoid such a disruption, the fund devises an iceberg order that splits its original order into smaller lots of $500,000 each. ………;……?0; such a shame the post referred to a buy order and not a sell order, never mind...'
bluerill
Posts: 300
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
Small item, small minded
Sun 17:25
Could someone yank Jabba's chain and tell him that his sad and lonely existence is being interrupted, yet again, by his blinding ignorance? The relatively large block of shares that show on the market L2 depth - which in fact I explained fully in a 4 Apr post, including that it may very well be a drag on the share price for a bit - is doubtless the balance of a fund that took quick advantage of the arbitrage of the company's successful 46p tender. What was over 400k showing on the screen, is now in fact a bit over 200k, so it is getting reduced without undue impact on our share price, also as predicted. Leaving aside that this desiccated soul is taking almost unrestrained glee in a grubby little fact of life when dealing in small company equities, but he continually misuses financial terms in doing so, in order I guess, to make himself sound competent? An 'iceberg' is NOT a large sell order that sits on the offer for a time and acts as a drag on the share price until it gets eaten away at. In fact, an iceberg is a large sell order that is HIDDEN on the offer side- that's why its called an iceberg, genius - where the seller shows a smaller size on the screen than his true total size and each time those shares get lifted, a new order (often the same number of shares) appears, so that the buyer - and the market generally - quickly realises that the seller's size is deeper than it appears, and the share price can suffer.

Ok, so small person, small (over and over and over and over) mistake, right? Well, sort of. Except for the fact that the seller deciding NOT to use an iceberg to try and shift his shares, but rather leave the entire size visible, is actually a (small) POSITIVE sign. If the seller (or his broker) sees the trading in the underlying shares as not healthy enough to handle showing large orders on the sell side of the book, they will THEN often use more deceptive techniques like icebergs. If however, a name like San Leon is judged to have sufficient liquidity and general investor demand around current price levels (because of positive trends in its underlying business and/or a commitment to capital returns - both of which of apply here of course), then they will lay out their selling interest in plain sight, confident that a bit of patience and their business will get done. Personally, I really try to show similar patience for this cut-and-paste merchant, given how central message-posting seems to be in his empty life, but his malignant intentions combined with ignorant bravado overwhelms sometimes.
PC01
Posts: 284
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.40
RE: just holding above
11 Apr '19
Yawn, wake me up when it gets to 3p which is my average all-in cost after the 46p tender or 75p which is where the company will next try and prize stock from my hands, I reckon. Til then, not sure I get too het up about the odd 2-3p move in any direction. Plenty of cash swilling about in the coffers, Brent at $70, eroton producing, what's not to like.
Afamefuna
Posts: 88
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
just holding above
10 Apr '19
38pennys. dropping under soon it might do.
Afamefuna
Posts: 88
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
RE: jiggery pokery
10 Apr '19
who you talking bout mr.aluric. i cant guess what you meen boss.
Afamefuna
Posts: 88
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
RE: Nigerian Squirrels
10 Apr '19
well said mr.blackswan. it was insulting bravodo - initially, amusing now rather an irrelevance. i wonder why the snakes work so hard to mention posts and posters from another bb that no one even noticed until mr.bullrill started ranting on and on about non stop.
Alaric
Posts: 400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.00
jiggery pokery
10 Apr '19
well usual mayhem on the board created by our resident nuisance poster. no prizes for guessing who. anyway a poetically just result, as it seems to have blown up in his face. what a complete waste of space he is.
bluerill
Posts: 300
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.80
RE: Nigerian Squirrels
9 Apr '19
Just post the link, BS, and spare us yet more of your 'honest broker'/above the fray humble bragging. Talk about irrelevant.
BlackSwan
Posts: 931
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:38.80
Nigerian Squirrels
8 Apr '19
Nigeria is where the real Squirrels are not the girlie ones our BB heroes have been attempting to squish with their insulting bravodo - initially, amusing now rather an irrelevance - Reference courtesy of Links on III board.

https://www.energymixreport.com/military-destroys-major-militant-camps-in-niger-delta-region/
Alaric
Posts: 400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.80
RE: sigh....
7 Apr '19
heh bluerill, I've been trying to keep up with your cross board exchanges with 1historyman on Advfn, while away in the alps still (where we've had just fab snow and weather). i suspect many here don't read him (i don't recommend they start! ). his endless stream of poisonous invective against the company (sometimes around 20 posts a day every day) is prolix, poorly expressed and very boring indeed. when i bothered to read him at all (i don't anymore - life's too short) i found his arguments specious and clearly motivated by bitterness against the company, Oisin personally and other posters ad hominem. it appears to be his sad mission in life to do this i guess to try and damage San Leon and its shareholders, which clearly ain't much of a life. like the squirrels here he regurgitates his toxic furballs, which typically comprise an unpleasant blend of selective negative archive and a twisted interpretation of current news. his intellectual dishonesty though is founded principally on his failure to address any part of the clearly most positive story now emerging from the OML18 deal. like the behaviour of so many troll posters here (eg. Callasjunkie, an acolyte/ avatar type of his on this board) unfulfilled past foretellings of doom for us just get casually swept under the carpet. i know these boards tend to attract every kind of weirdo/saddo embittered troll type but i have never seen such a concerted campaign against one company as we have seen against San Leon in the last few years. thanks again bluerill for continuing to take the battle to these dissemblers and putting them to the intellectual sword.
redeyemines
Posts: 489
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.80
RE: large trade
5 Apr '19
and bought back again @38.80 after hours.
bluerill
Posts: 300
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.80
RE: sigh....
5 Apr '19
sigh2
not the ownership percentages, you blithering buffoon. everything else. everything of consequence. all of your false claims/innuendo surrounding the structure and the ultimate risk(s) to san leon, instead of recognising that in fact, these loan notes are OVER collateralised, that the result of non-payment would be actually POSITIVE for san leon and that the structure set up to hold sle's economic interest in OML18, through which those payments are made, was done for tax-efficient/corporate reasons and nothing else.




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