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Share Price: 0.885Bid: 0.88Ask: 0.89Change: -0.015 (-1.67%)Faller - Frontera Res
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 1.14%Open: 0.90High: 0.90Low: 0.885Yesterday’s Close: 0.90


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JS490
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Punk...
Sun 20:27
Ok, fair enough. Anyway, I think we're on the same side here with FRR long term.

<"Thanks for taking the time to read through all my posts though, don't think anyone else pays that much attention.">

Punk, you have over 4000 posts. Believe me, I'm not reading through all of them! LOL!

jmo
 
Punkfeelinglucky
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the prolific js
Sun 20:22
You won't be in double digit numbers of posts for long js. Go on what was your previous username and what did you get banned for? I think a note to administer might be in order.
Punkfeelinglucky
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js
Sun 20:18
Also share price "crashed"? I have it up 30% since sept 1st in spite of a placing and hugely bearish market conditions.
JS490
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RE: Debt
Sun 20:18
<"Anyone care to comment about the $5.5 million debt due 31st December 2014?"...does anyone believe we will be settling this debt with part shares and part cash?">

Yes, I think that's a likely scenario, to pay with part cash, and part shares. Remember, the current fund raise has already been earmarked for other purposes.

We should be doing better by the end of the year revenue-wise, but an additional 5.5 million dollars of free cash flow by the end of the year may be tough to accomplish.

And even if they are able to come up with the extra money, I doubt if SN will want to part with all of FRR's cash, ..preferring instead to keep it on hand for further work programs and administrative expenses.

Now, FRR does have much higher debt payments due in future years. Here's what it says from their latest financial statement:

"Future principal maturities as of June 30, 2014 for debt obligations are, as follows for
the periods ending December 31:

2014 $ 5,545,375
2015 7,379,527
2016 24,160,630

Total future principal payments on debt $ 37,085,532"

I'm not really too concerned at the moment about the debt payments due in 2015 and 2016. Hopefully the various projects throughout Block 12 will be sufficiently advanced by the time that becomes an issue.

jmo
Punkfeelinglucky
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js
Sun 20:13
Firstly my reply contained no ta. It was how I read the price movements. Over 100% rise followed by a huge retrace. What is surprising there. I did expect it to bounce and steadily move upwards but then we got the placement. And it moved down again. I was very heartened that, as I already said, this share found support where most aim energy shares were looking at 52 week lows. The support was then retested and found again. Thanks for taking the time to read through all my posts though, don't think anyone else pays that much attention.
Puddy
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Hold tight
Sun 20:12
I have 1 million and I am staying for the ride
pyrotech
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RE: This week
Sun 19:48
Sorry about the spelling, I'm on a macbook that seems to think it knows what I'm trying to say, better than i do
pyrotech
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RE: This week
Sun 19:46
Wow
seeing the potential listed like that does make you think
Reading in RNS you sort of move from one to the other and forget to add it all up at the end
Seeing it short and sweet like that , wow

problem with waiting on sidelines is suddenly that all becomes rarity or just sentiment
A piece gets written or talked about and suddenly every investor out there sees the next GKP (9p - £4.20)
or ASOS
One day your looking at 1p, next your looking at 10p, When the big instates suddenly decide its a good bet its too late to make maximum. you missed the boat.
What generally happens is these institutions read up what the company says and investigate them selves, then they jump in when time is right. Maybe waiting for CPR but sometimes they hear the chatter from a Major.

Those in big financial companies have dinner with executives from those big majors, Over dinner they discuss what they are looking at.
The pi sees the price increase, often on the riser board. You get interviews and news from many sources, talk about expectation.
Sentiment comes in, and the rise becomes sustained, with trigger points for profit taking

The risk today is bigger in not being in, than being in here.

Just one rumour that a major was sniffing at this, that from their data they were going to offer a substantial price and this just takes off. seen it all before. I have seen a 200% rise in two hours on a rumour that had no substance ( different share on AIM). Thats how quick a rumour with substance could change this. All over in the time it took to walk the dog
Arsenal221
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wonderer
Sun 19:37
It would be 100% better if there is anymore shares to be issued that it was a good few points higher than where we are.

On as far as the CPR is concerned, if it has only just been started on then end of year completion, I would think is unlikely. On that though we might get a very nice surprise.
JS490
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Punk...
Sun 19:36
I see you're now using some convenient '20/20 hindsight' TA. However, let's take a quick look back:

On Sept. 26th 2014, you said, "..the price is holding very well in spite of the apparent heavy selling."

The stock has fallen approximately 40% since then.

Then, on the morning of Sept 30th you said, "yessssssssss - get in .....sales increased to 126 mmcf"

The stock has fallen about 35% since then.

So Punk, maybe you should admit that you were just as surprised by FRR's dramatic fall as myself, and almost everyone else.

But let's give credit where credit is due. Perhaps the only one who wasn't surprised was Dougal, ...who accurately predicted that FRR was going to crash.

jmo



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