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San Leon Share Chat (SLE)



Share Price: 29.125Bid: 28.00Ask: 29.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
Spread: 1.75Spread as %: 6.25%Open: 29.125High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 29.125


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honestsid
Posts: 986
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
RE: Who
3 Jul '16
"Tosca have paid for the loans"

You are absolutely correct there Mr Rampitup....

ASK YOURSELF WHY TOSCA HAVE STEPPED IN?

Could it be because no one else wanted anything to do with the deal?

That's what Malcy seems to be thinking in his blog...."Suffice it to say that Tosca are bailing SLE out until the $200m placing is sorted…"

How many times has an RNS implied that the deal is almost done. More than once in my opinion.

Have a great day all GENUINE investors. LOL
Infapound
Posts: 433
Off Topic
Opinion:Hold
Price:29.125
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To all the losers
3 Jul '16
Crawl back into your holes for now and hide. You are going to have to close some horrendous short positions and lose still more. Enjoy the calm before the STORM on re-admission.

We will be drinking bubbly and eating caviar whilst you sup on stale water to wash down your humble pie!!!!!

GLA genuine
honestsid
Posts: 986
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
RE: Yes
2 Jul '16
Its opening a lot higher than it closed, if it opens, so whats your point puppet number 5.

Perhaps I will wait for it to spike (bit technical for you I know) perhaps sell my shares and perhaps go short (bit complicated for you I know) and I will make a real profit, not a fantasy one like you have.

Mind you, perhaps you are being paid in shares, like the CEO? Perhaps that what you mean by "long" you are going to have to wait a "long" time before the deal is done and it comes out of suspension, if it ever does, LOL
honestsid
Posts: 986
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
RE: Dead puss
2 Jul '16
Blooming heck your right I am inexperienced so I looked up "take a long"

Oh Dear...Seems you've been conned if you got a long but got no shares. lol.

"In finance, a long position in a security, such as a stock or a bond, or equivalently to be long in a security, means the holder of the position owns the security and will profit if the price of the security goes up. Going long is the more conventional practice of investing and is contrasted with going short."

LOL LOL LOL you are a funny puppet number 5.
honestsid
Posts: 986
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
RE: The real
2 Jul '16
And thanks for pointing out to everyone that YET ANOTHER OF MY PREDICTIONS comes true,

"I know this statement will be ammunition for Smithy to badger me with later,"

lol,lol,lol,lol
honestsid
Posts: 986
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
RE: The real
2 Jul '16
Thats right s(t)ockpuppet 5, I am considering shorting after the initial spike on opening. Never said I have lost nothing, just saw the light when all the "forward looking statements" kept coming to nothing and sold a lot to reduce my loss. Used the money to invest successfully elsewhere, You will probably remember where because I told you at the time and you congratulated me. LOL

How does that make me a liar?

You are grasping at straws nowadays, but then you were never any good at deceit were you? lol.
Deadcat1
Posts: 118
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
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RE: The real
2 Jul '16
As Smithy91 you claimed to be invested at sub 35p, whereas under this alias you claim not to be invested at all. And you have the temerity to call others liars. Unfortunately until admin tighten up controls on registration, deleting IDs that persistently break the rules of conduct will be futile, as others will keep popping up. We should have a sweepstake on how long your Lookers ID will last. Smithy91 did well, almost 6 months.
GoldD
Posts: 823
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
28.5p Average
2 Jul '16
Others?
Timbremner
Posts: 64
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:29.125
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Polish Gas
2 Jul '16
The following article provides an accurate overview of the state of play in Poland: http://www.politico.eu/article/polish-shale-gas-hits-a-dry-well/

Further investment in shale exploration and extraction in Poland is somewhat tied to the exploration budgets of the majors - all of which have been severely cut or rationalised over the past few years. On the optimistic side one should remember that it was not the majors who pioneered US shale and in all likelihood it won't be the majors in Poland either. Whether Polish shale gas sees the light of day largely depends on the price of oil/gas and the pace of renewables - it is there, in smaller quantities than initially forcast; and as with everything the technology evolve making the Polish gas extractable - if there is a market.

But this does not really affect the current San Leon business case which is very strong on the back of the Nigeria deal. And, one would think, that with San Leon rationalising their portfolio they would have ditched more Polish acreage at the behest of their main share-holder Tosca if these were thought to be a wasteful way to employ capital. We shall see. But at present, on the back of Nigeria, SLE is a very strong buy - when it relists.




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