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Share Price: 1.42Bid: 1.41Ask: 1.43Change: 0.06 (+4.41%)Riser - Range Res.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 1.42%Open: 1.36High: 1.42Low: 1.36Yesterday’s Close: 1.36


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Sonmi-451
Posts: 159
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Price:1.58
sif
12 Aug '14
"Protest about what" youthinks
 
Sifaka
Posts: 20
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Price:1.58
Sonmi
12 Aug '14
"The man* doth protest too much, methinks"
Sonmi-451
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Rex
12 Aug '14
RRL is THE typical AIM oily...

With PL at the helm they were worse than DES.

The new management gives an air of credibility, but it was a necessity to renew the board to stave off extinction.

Dont go pre ordering that Vanquish just yet...
Rexco
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Sonmi
12 Aug '14
The difference with Range is that now they have new management who are into maximising production in Trinidad.

So no longer the typical AIM oiler. Hopefully they will be successful and RRL will move out of the AIM and into the main market.
Sonmi-451
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Rex
12 Aug '14
CFD's arent new, they've been around for over 20 years.

Leveraging just gives you more exposure so your gains or losses are magnified, but they are still gains or losses.

It is PI's trading the stock that make the price volatile, not MM's manipulating the price. or aliens. nano nano.

The price spikes come on news (and management changes). You have to sell into the news, thats is how the market works now.

Charting the bits inbetween is futile unless you have half a clue. Charting mainly applies to trending liquid high volume stocks. It might make you feel intelligent drawing a chart with fib retracements and support lines and it might impress the wife into thinking you are now magically a mathematician and an economist, but the reality is it is unreliable at best unless maybe you actually are a mathematician and an economist, with a sideline in Geology. Just look at CH as an example for how emphatically 2.5p is support because his charts told him so.

Anyone who held all the way down as CH did can only be a novice inexperienced person. Desperate in their losses. Desperate to convince people not to sell. Still unable to realise that he is playing the casino with no idea of the mechanics of how it works. Bitten badly, in denial and unable to accept the reality of being played like Hendrixes Stratocaster.

AIM oileys are notorious for this blind emotional nonsensical behaviour and ramping, just look at CAZA, CHAR, EO, SQZ, OEX et al... They all have their shepherds and flocks of following sheep, hooked on the promise of massive gains in little time. Aston Martins and Ferraris... Private BB's, people with inside information, select few members only privvy to confidential data... Its all pony...

I couldnt care less about how this company or any other company I trade does. All I care about is pulling some profit.

If I wanted to wait 5-10 years for a profit I wouldn't play the markets. Investors here are not investors by choice, its called being locked in, and calling yourself an investor and not a trader is just lying to yourself. And everyone else.

As frequently happens here...
JDwag
Posts: 1,674
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Price:1.56
Interesting Article
12 Aug '14
Interesting article on the QPP board (never thought I’d say that), as everyone knows we are in a race to the bottom of burning healthy and unhealthy companies alike in order to reap yield, a wild west where Regulators couldn’t give a f***.

http://www.lse.co.uk/ShareNews.asp?shareprice=QPP&code=zilbftlz&headline=Fund_managers_turn_gumshoe_as_forensic_shortselling_pays_off

JD
JDwag
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RE: share manipulation
12 Aug '14
I'd like to know that also.....

JD
speculater
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share manipulation
12 Aug '14
Whats with all the multiple silly small sells today?
bountyman
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IOP Loan
12 Aug '14
Think this highlights the complete lack of regard for shareholders that PL has. The loan was "secured" but apparently not worth the paper it is written on. For a corporate lawyer his record of sealing deals in shareholders interest is frankly shocking.

Again it proves he relies solely on spin and hype. 7p special divi on Texas sale, $300m for Texas, $60m for Russian assets. It is frankly outrageous the lies - and they must be seen as such - he has told to us. I would never EVER invest in a company where he has any any involvement. There would appear to be a rationale for what google auto-suggests if you enter Peter Landau. Disgusting.

I don't know the best option re IOP, whether this 9% is worth anything or (as suggested on iii) RSR should push for liquidation. I trust RSR but I spose time will tell.

Like CH suggested, something is better than nothing.

KRO

Bounty
bountyman
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Celticheart's board
12 Aug '14
www.celticheart.com - think we should keep the comments about Celtic to there and keep this board about Range?

KRO



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