Yes, I appreciate that's true - but the British government presumably also want to see our shares rise dramatically so we'll all pay much more CGT, but I'm no fan of theirs, either! :-)
Gutted about the current rise, as was hoping for a nice RXP explosion upwards so that I could roll the funds forward into more Caza shares :-( Oh well, guess when it comes I'll just have to pay a bit more for my Caza top up...
RE: Big seller
You could see it differently. Yorkville are shareholders like you and me. Their interest align to ours' and they want the pps to rise as much as possible. Bear also in mind that CAZA paid the LAST installment IN CASH to Yorkville just one week ago which means that CAZA's CASH FLOW is very strong now and the company CAN afford this payment of $1.7 million to Yorkville, without reducing its CapEx or changing its drilling plans. This is the most significant IMPLICATION that proves the huge FUNDAMENTAL improvement compared to the company's financial situation in early 2014.
500k Buy @ 21.5p
Pity it's not Yorkville, would be delighted to see the back of them, and will absolutely not be investing in the future in any company in which they are involved with providing finance, as they appear to be the next best thing to a poisoned pill (and, yes, I'm aware that without their finance we wouldn't be where we are today, but that doesn't mean I have to like them!)
Added to that, there is still a lot of buying pressure. Someone still grabbing chunks of 50 & 75k. Just have to hope the rise doesn't encourage any significant seller(s).
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