Mate, it was mainly the terminology of your post that put my back up a bit, whilst I think constructive comments negative or positive for a company are good (as so many boards attack each other for people playing devils advocate ), however yours was a little less constructive with the headline 'for gamblers only'.....currently I do regret being in RMP a little heavily, whilst I'm about level on spread bet my average in pension is 3.5 and I have a big holding there, Ptr I am 10% up in pension and £500 down on spread bet, the thing with RMP is that they do have Somalia and last time saw a rise from 10p all the way to 52p with few shares in issue compared to many, we also have cash in the bank so a dilution medium term should not be needed, Georgia will be sold soon and that should see a spike and with the irratic Aim market who knows how big or small that could be, but I'm hoping for 5/6p minimum, possibly more, as Matd showed earlier this year aim can take a share from 2.5 to 12p on near enough nothing, mere broken promises..... If I was to promote any other share at present it would be AMA, amara mining, as having discovered one of the largest potential gold mines in Africa they are primed for takeover in the medium term and with all the troubles in world gold alone looks set to rise and should also aid the share price in this....dyor, IMO etc etc Gl
I am in on an average of 650 with PTR so my losses are small enough and I think the company is nicely set for a few years of drilling, I was interested in RMP but I really can't compare the two. PTR is currently making money and pumping daily and has wells under way as we speak. I fear RMP is more of a hobby for its BOD who are allowing things float along. Maybe you are right and the RMP has something to offer….but please tell me.
What the Fcuk is going on with Strait Oil, the last quarterly report on their homepage was 2012 !, what the fcuk do they do are they doing on a daily basis as a company cos they produce nothing, add that to RMP another company that do absolutely nothing for Gigantic periods of time and this is where you arrive, in a slowly disapearing GB twighlight zone
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