reported. don't tell me to grow up you petty little man. Go and post on the TSCO board on your other account. There's nothing for you on this one now IGAS is going to keep on climbing. I look forward to the day you are banned and I don't have to wade through the day's pile of 5-H-1-Y-T-E that you continually post. And since you are not one of my fellow investors why don't you <i can't say it!> off.
For what it's worth, two wrongs do not make a right and people that make threats, IMO they don't have much to lose, therefore I'd personally clear of them but not let them stop me from what I'd want to be doing. However, it's easier said than done about not rising to the bait, but it is indeed a small world.
Should the threats be for face to face, try to record them and report them, trust me they wont like to spend 24hrs in the cop shop, lol.
Like I said, you appear to be a very hard working, honest and salt of the earht kind of bloke
""only a complete clown would think of selling just as the SP recovers and (dare I say it) shows the first signs of a MAJOR POP! The Prime Minister today made it plain ""
Are you feeble minded mate? Reason I ask is that you are insulting fellow investors who may have had enough of the risk and want to sell on the rise as no one really knows how far up or down it will go and therefore the ""CLOWNS""" you refer too are not 'clowns' its just people trying to cut their loses and save money or take profits.
OK, found it! And just for once (against all principles) I'll say 'thanks friend' for having done the back-research. Yeah, 'Wolverine', who made some very nasty threats.
Don't worry, I know who 'wolverine' is, and the interests she/he/it represents.
Glad you brought up the subject, because through one of those once-in-a-million coincidences, two of that wolfpack were sitting next to me spouting off a bit too loud at the next table at my hotel at Barcelona last weekend. At which point I got on my mobile to an oilfield friend, and started talking in a deliberately rather loud voice about this and that.
The neighbouring table started talking in whispers, giving me nasty looks, and departed. I'd rumbled them! That's how it sometimes works, but on that occasion it was an incredible bit of chance and luck, utterly unpremeditated.
Small world, though.
Loose lips can sink ships, nevertheless.
Think of a shale-gas explorer whose trading acronym is an anagram of LSE. I cannot mention them directly for fear of legal action or worse.
DYOR, and I hope you don't have any shares in them.
on the quite what? Or did you mean QUIET? <sigh!> And, no.... only a complete clown would think of selling just as the SP recovers and (dare I say it) shows the first signs of a MAJOR POP! The Prime Minister today made it plain that he is impatient for fracking to begin so the vast reserves under the UK can be realised. I don't think you can get a better recommendation than that!
Despite the likely positive decision of the Dart Planning Application which will now sit in the hands of the Scottish Government, there are challenges ahead given that the planning application was submitted on Coal Bed Methane and holes in coal alone. Shale oil/gas exploration and production would be a major departure and take considerable time to mature. It is however, a superb route to market for these resources, and one without restrictions on network quality compliances and other technical challenges requiring significant levels of compression etc. Despite an elongated planning process, the technical solution to productisation should be much simpler.
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