Not worth asking him that question Searcher, he'll never give you a straight answer.-------------Like a typical little coward, he will make all sorts of snide posts and hints, but will hide behind a BB and try to get others to do his dirty work. - -As Infapound is suggesting, we may well get news early this week, which will put us firmly on track for a substantial rise in the SP upon re-quote, and all those doom monger will appear very silly. - -The only thing Sid and Co can claim, ---is that they tried,--- right up to the bitter end,-- to try and sow the seeds of doubt in PI's minds, and limit the damage to their (or their friends) bad positions. - -This is just one more in a long list of wink wink nudge nudge posts designed to leave investors feeling uneasy, and try to stop fresh buying-----but it just cannot succeed now. - -This Nigerian deal is a company changer and maker.--SLE will not be the same animal it was before its suspension. -We will have gone from an E&P company with very little cash, to a fully fledged producer with an established and growing revenue stream, and all before we come out of suspension. - -Once the mechanics of the deal have unwound, we will have 9.72% of a fully established producing Oil and GAS field. -The production from this field is growing at a pace,-- the oil price has risen 50% since the deal was announced,-- and we will get huge additional revenue from the service side via our Novasies, ---plus we have a min 65% profit sweep from Mart Western. - -Our revenue income could be anything from £100 mill to £200 mill a year virtually overnight----------no wonder those who are short are desperate to try and limit the initial rise and give themselves a chance to cut their losses. - - Sid and Co cannot afford to give up now, because they have been hung out to dry-- so lets see what other rubbish they can come up with between now and re-quote------------but don't expect ant real sense from them. - -Good luck all genuine holders.
Of course not searcher, and a lawyer would confirm that for you. Surely you have access to legal advice doing your very special searching and posting job? (34,000+ posts!!!) If your boss is away for the Bank Holiday, check with them when they return from playing golf on the Astroturf or whichever links they use. But thanks for asking.
It is of course posted for general information that my be of interest to any private investor of any stock who feels as though they may have not been given best advice. That is plainly obvious.
By the way, did you find any thing else of interest in my posts?
Like the way no-win no-fee companies obviously think it is well worth setting up in business to recover monies for private investors. Believe you me, there is a lot of preliminary work involved that they need to do before a case is presented so they must think it worthwhile to do the initial footwork for free.
Perhaps you have concern for down trodden private investors? Would you be happy if you lost your life savings in a duff investment that you were advised to buy into? Would you be happy if you travelled 200 miles to talk face to face with someone who didn't turn up or even let you know they were not going to turn up?
I am surprised you were more interested in warning me about non existent legal issues. Why would that be?
“It is refreshing that AIM rogues and stockbrokers are under the legal spotlight and being taken to task more and more and will not be able to get away with extracting private individual life savings from them”
So form your quote are you saying that SLE is run by rogues… just wondered because I am sure if that is what you meant then I am sure that the company would interested and like to hear your views??
Just wanted to clear that up, because if it was not directed at SLE, what was the point of your post??
Despite the disappointment of not being able to talk face to face with SLE, the shareholders I met at the show and myself felt that it was still very worthwhile attending. This years show had a new and very interesting addition to the exhibition stands.
A growing trend in the private investor world. New companies are springing up who will undertake legal work for aggrieved private investors who feel they have lost money due to such fault as miss-information and bad advice. They will do this on a no win no fee basis, costing approx 25% of whatever they recover. I met an elderly investor who recovered £44,000 (after deduction of the 25%) using the services of one of the exhibitors. What a result. He thought that he would never see any of his lost hard earned ever again. The company is happy to undertake individual cases or group class action. If you think you have a case with any of your investments you can get in touch with Kirk Kenney of www.missoldinvestments.net.
As one of teamrampitup SLE recently reminded me of the old Gas privatisation advert, you can .."Tell them Sid sent you".lol.
It is refreshing that AIM rogues and stockbrokers are under the legal spotlight and being taken to task more and more and will not be able to get away with extracting private individual life savings from them.
Good luck to all genuine down trodden investors in all AIM companies who have trusted the words and advice of the professionals and the highly suspicious full time ramping “bulletin board morons” as Tom Winnifrith calls them.
There was no representation of SLE by Mr. Fanning nor did I see anyone from SLE wandering around the exhibition. Of course they are under no legal obligation to inform their long standing and suffering private shareholders that they were going to be let down yet again and I meet a group of SLE shareholders who had very pertinent question and had travelled considerable distances to present the questions to the CEO.
Of course the usual pundits who suspiciously never ever have a bad word to say about the company and its management will state that SLE could not attend as the company is in a major crisis of suspension and still has no nomad, but that does not change the fact that shareholders could have been informed that Mr. Fanning was failing to show up and face questions from private investors who would have liked to look directly into his eyes as he answered.
Good luck to all genuine shareholders, we are going to need it!
your boat down the stream as your up the creek without a paddle, this isn't turkey where alpay got greedy, this is a completely different stream for SLE to float its raft on!. The stream of income has plenty plenty of potential around OML 18 lots and lots of oil & gas already being produced every day and it hurts you as someone with no vested interest just a dopey idiotic angle!
when SLE relists and this does go cosmic!
Think you will be stardust!! and will look like that planet Uranus.
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