psilaq3, ". I have been trading for more than 20 years, and held these shares since they were 8p each, and seen this happen too many times!......impatient? no not really, ****ed off with the shenanikins, and manipulation?......you bet!!" P***ed-off with the manipulation? Well that's due to AIM, not QFI. You've been in since single-figures? What an enviable situation. Why not do a tiny top-slice, buy a good bottle of wine, and calm down? There ain't nothing wrong, IMHO.
Agree with all the responses. I like the 'low profile' approach a lot. In fact I've just taken advantage of the SP lull to do another top-up today. Seaking to my broker, the amount of available 'real' shares offered on sale was incredibly low, and I snapped up two thirds of them. This is not your normal AIM share. It's more like investing in a canal or a railway during the 19th century. And the PI holdings related to Mcap is significant. DYOR. Ecopetrol and the latest news is simply the company proceeding with buisiness as planned for, and related in earlier declarations. Thus not really news, just doing what was expected. Backed up with hard cash from people who believe in the longterm future prospects, and are happy to put their money into a viable project, rather than have it stagnate in a bank. The Ecopetrol 'news' refers to setting up a MMU for a 'pilot test', not (yet) 'commercial' production. Hence no need for an RNS. 'Thomson': if you want high-profile, I'd suggest you look at SulNox, and best of luck! Softly, softly... It's frustrating and aggravating as hell, all this waiting, I know. Just like the pantomime where all the kids cry out 'he's behind you!' and the player pretends he can't hear. Patience is a virtue.
In the last 3 months, this share has gone up about 0.01p, (3 ******* months!!) and thats AFTER the successful POC. This in my opinion is totally unaccepable, even taking into account the IE reshuffle of 25m (<3%) shares. This is not the first time we've received good news about QFI shares, watch them respond with a modest rise, only to see the price fall back to what it was before the news! I realise that Mearsk are pulling the strings on QFI's MSAR's development, but, surely to God they (QFI BoD)could tickle the share price to keep it bouyant, rather than watch it stagnate. At this rate, every bit of good news is going to be a blip on the share price, benefiting the in-out day trader brigade, leaving the long term invester holding his ---- in his hand. I have been trading for more than 20 years, and held these shares since they were 8p each, and seen this happen too many times!......impatient? no not really, ****ed off with the shenanikins, and manipulation?......you bet!!
Thomson Do you think that it would be good policy to regularly let your competitors know what organisations all over the world are interested in using emulsion fuels and at what stage negotiations are at? That would not be in the interests of either QFI or of its shareholders.
Thompson We will be getting updates on all of the projects next week, along with the Final Results. No point in monthly RNSs if there is nothing to report. Patience Grasshopper!
I wouldn't say it is being kept all so hush hush...go to Quadrise website > MSAR Fuel Tab > Projects. It's all happening. The signatures are what take the time.
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