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Range Resources Ltd Share Chat (RRL)



Share Price: 0.5095Bid: 0.46Ask: 0.559Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Range Res.
Spread: 0.099Spread as %: 21.52%Open: 0.5095High: 0.5095Low: 0.5095Yesterday’s Close: 0.5095


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Trumploudly
Posts: 48
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Price:0.495
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Oil price
26 May '16
Oma,

It is just not in your vocabulary to ever admit you called something wrong is it. Never. Ever. Even in the face of oils rising above $50, you still called it right.

Readers beware!
 
petebo
Posts: 1,761
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Price:0.495
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RE: 7 months
26 May '16
Wriggle as much as you like Oma but your position post "looks unlikely to rise above $50 FOR THE NEXT FEW YEARS" was yet another ridiculously poor prediction. You are at least wrong consistently.

Brent already through $50 and WTI only 50 cents away and that only took 7 months not 'a FEW YEARS'
Celticheart
Posts: 9,833
Observation
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Price:0.495
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Oil breaches $50 a barrel
26 May '16
"The price of oil has gone above $50 a barrel for the first time in 2016 as supply disruptions and increased global demand continue to fuel a recovery."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36303577
OMADAWN
Posts: 1,602
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.495
RE: 7 months
26 May '16
Yes DBW that was view last year. This year we are still not over $50, so years is in fact correct. The mistake is only to look at the supply side the demand needs to be considered. Then look at the Top 20 oil assets due to come on line following cost and contract commitments made at higher prices. You will find that many have looked at mods to increase supply to recover costs in a lower margin world.
Rexco
Posts: 3,013
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Price:0.495
RE: Board Changes
26 May '16
What is this dilemma of yours Oma?

To buy RRL above your 0.1p target?

To go short in WTC now it has got to US$50?

We have to know what your dilemma is before we can discuss it.
Rexco
Posts: 3,013
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.495
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OMA POO prediction
26 May '16
WTC has breached US$50 today.

Isn't Oma fed up with being wrong?
Rexco
Posts: 3,013
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Price:0.495
RE: Malcy's blog
26 May '16
Most of the A$ options have expired now so isn't it time to bin the Aussie listing?

Maybe they would want a listing in Hong Kong now instead.
ChickenChallenge
Posts: 377
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Price:0.495
RE: Malcy's blog
26 May '16
bounty, I agree, suspending trading is clumsy when the issue is a director resigning.
bountyman
Posts: 1,524
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Price:0.495
7 months
26 May '16
DBW,

A long time ago in a galaxy FRR FRR away, oil prices ar $20 dollars, Range mergered with Trinity and OMA had some credibility.

KRO
Rexco
Posts: 3,013
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Opinion:Buy
Price:0.495
RE: 7 months
26 May '16
There is always one person in a classroom or on a board who everybody dislikes because they are a "know it all". They always think they are right so it is always very rewarding when they are proven wrong.




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