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Chariot Oil Share Chat (CHAR)



Share Price: 15.625Bid: 15.25Ask: 16.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Chariot Oil
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 4.92%Open: 15.50High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 15.625


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FQ320MR
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Fri 20:26
I've got to say out of all the folks with different opinions on here your the most thought prevoking

Enjoy kid

MR
 
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RE: I'm
Fri 18:48
So from that I take it that you do think it's possible that we will see a 400% rise in one day if we strike oil in Morocco, you just don't think that we will strike oil in Morocco. okay, lets move on...
FQ320MR
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I'm
Fri 18:43
More realistic and tend to look for guidance in our past - 2 drills no oil - Namibian data rooms open an age and no farm out - conversely Mauritania gone Southern blocks gone - but Haho it's no crime dreaming kid

MR
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Fri 18:28
I don't think repeating 'still no deal on Namibia' every few days is going to change anything apart from make you look like you've got some kind of axe to grind.

So you don't think we'd see 75p (a 400% rise on today's price) if we get an RNS telling us we've hit oil in Morocco in Q1 2018?

Come on.
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Fri 18:14
Week has gone by and no sign of the much needed farm out - the fact the data rooms are open yet again for the same areas doesn't give me any confidence anything is about to happen. No farm out before the drill bit turns makes the result so much more important as a duster would make our position very precarious - how would we leaverage ? How would we then raise funds ? Unpalatable questions but pertinent all the same MR
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Fri 17:56
Sure 55 you tell me - fairy tale refers to your opinion of the AIM Kid / Dad.

400% think I'll put that in the same box as City traders prediction of 20p today or Wheepo's prediction of £1.70 last year.

Facts - another week gone by ; ((

MR
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Fri 17:47
You're a conspiracy theorist FQ320. I only have time for facts.

Yes, Tin pot. Who wants to be 20p?! Not me. Give me the elephants! That's what I'm here for!

Fairy Tale pretext? Not at all. We hit oil and we 10 bag - it's really quite simple and we have a 1 in 4 chance of doing so (probably slightly more with ENI's drilling record). If we don't find oil yes - down we go! If we get a partner to drill Namibia - up we go!

Be prepared for 400% daily rises and 50% drops and never risk more than you can afford to loose - take that advice and make peace with it and you'll be alright.

Kid? I probably have a few years on you lad ;)
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Fri 17:22
Week has gone by and no sign of the much needed farm out - the fact the data rooms are open yet again for the same areas doesn't give me any confidence anything is about to happen.

No farm out before the drill bit turns makes the result so much more important as a duster would make our position very precarious - how would we leaverage ? How would we then raise funds ?

Unpalatable questions but pertinent all the same

MR
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Fri 17:15
Assumptions have might be more based in fact than you might think - noted SQZ buying of a producing asset has cemented their company in the mid 20s - nothing Tin pot there kid.

Its very obvious your opinion of the AIM and it's companys is based on some fairy tale pretext but here on planet earth its very different where inside trading and skullduggery are abound - take Tesco's and multiply by 10 and you have the AIM

MR
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RE: Our
Fri 16:22
I can't agree with you there. Producing assets is not the business Chariot are in and nor do I want the BoD's attention taken away on some tin-pot producing asset. Is this where your disgruntlement is coming from CHAR not electing to buy some tin-pot producing asset?

One of the principle jobs of a broker is to raise funds when they're required.
Not needlessly.
Brokers don't tap-up boards to raise funds FQ320

Sometimes your conspiracy theory's are a little wayward and your assumption that our broker and Chariot's BoD's are prepared to break the rules is answered with 'It's AIM, it's crooked'. To me that's not even an answer and holds no water - or indeed - facts.

'Infamy, infamy! They've got it in for me!




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