Is one of a few companies whose share price can frequently be at the top of the ftse350 leaderboard. It wouldn't surprise me if it was there tomorrow and again shortly after. But I, to my cost have a gambling streak in me so this is not advice to buy.
Repairer, I'm back in today too. I sold a while ago at 240p and missed the ride up to the 270's so must admit I'm relieved to get in at 204p. Had been looking for 150p but I agree today's results look good. Two points that concern me are 1. the oil price could fall further ( who knows). 2. As far as I can see, the insurers haven't agreed to pay out for the turret issue so far. Hope they do. Ps good to see you on the board nennyb, could do with sheltie back too, he had a good sense of… Read More
Well I think having read report in more depth that it is great, whats not to like? When POO starts to rise think SP will fly. If EIA is good later expect close of 210+ as POO recovers. Stay patient guys and you will be rewarded in no too distant future. Read following from Reuters.........
Africa-focused Tullow Oil (TLW.L) returned to profit in the first half of the year despite weaker oil prices and lower production, as its stringent cost cuts and forward hedging strategy started to pay… Read More
I just couldn't hold out!! Results to to bad considering the turrett issue, I thought the shorts may have had info on results that's why they held out, Made a little profit from Monday so fingers crossed!
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