Thanks mikeboy. See you over in the 88E chat area!
88 energy/tangier pets
we now have a new symbol 88E cat
RE: buy or sell
Because of the often huge spread on AIM stocks it's impossible ( usually ) to tell what's a buy and what's a sell - so yes, it would be " easier " to tell with a tighter spread - like on FTSE listed companies.... " it's a buy / it's a sell " is usually highlighted by people who genuinely don't know or rampers / derampers ( position depending :P ) This is a new start for TPET / 88E though and any decent rise is still to come...... funded and ready to go now so sit back and relax IMO :) GLA :)
Delayed buy according to level 2 . Things are starting to hot up .
buy or sell
I've been a TPET shareholder since before the failure off Tangiers so I'm quite excited about how the prospects for the company in it's new guise. Anyway to business - what is the method used by this site to determine whether a trade is a buy or a sell? I have topped up a number of times over the last few weeks and the majority of my buys have appeared as a sell. I am aware of the disclaimer on this but a lot of posters appear to put great emphasis on what is often inaccurate information on the weight of buys and sells. Also, is the method of identifying buy/sells more accurate with stocks traded at higher volumes and this tighter spreads e.g. FTSE stocks? Thanks all in advance.
Just gone through delayed at 0.553. Its either a buy or sell. If it is a worked buy, great. If it is a sell, still good as the mmare happy to buy large amounts. You can still get an on line offer for a million to sell. They have a back ground buyer imo. Time will tell!
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