Fair enough, I can always "filter", but don''t really see why I should need to. I'm also pretty sure that if the boot was on the other foot, so to speak, that I wouldn't exactly be welcomed to the PTA board if I was posting on a daily basis on the merits of Amerisur and why the holders of PTA would be better to cash in their chips and invest in Amerisur. I suppose I try to apply my logic to others when I should know that not everyone has the same level of scruples or indeed moral code..................................
Investors Chronicle Amerisur eulogy
RE: Please Stop
Ladeside, human psychology is strange. The more you ask someone like 'tradernor' to stop doing something, the more she'll do it. The best 'tradernor' antidote is to ignore her - eventually she'll get bored and go away. In any case, you don't have to read her posts, do you?
The whole point is that this is the Amerisur chatboard NOT the PTA chatboard. It's all very well someone explaining that PTA is possibly a better investment and to post up their research and figures etc, but to post on a daily basis in another companies chatboard, talking that company down and attempting to promote your "favourite" company is nothing other than ramping and spamming and quite frankly it's becoming very very tiresome. I'm sure lots of us here have other investments but we don't need to compare and discuss them to AMER on the AMER chatboard on a daily basis, do we ?
AMER + PTA = happy days
Come on guys. Both PTA and AMER are good investments. PTA's lower price is indeed because of less existing 2P, less potential to increase 2P (smaller acreage) PTA is also considered higher risk due to less success with drilling to date, and currently less in control of its own destiny (not operator). This also acts on the current price. But where there is more risk, there lies more reward. Depends on your tolerance. I like both. Invested in both. Both have BIG 2015 stories. Columbia is under explored, conventional, low cost - putting in a significant stake in both or either now is likely to be incrementally wealth changing as the years go by.
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