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Europa Oil&gas Share Chat (EOG)



Share Price: 4.525Bid: 4.30Ask: 4.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Europa Oil&gas
Spread: 0.45Spread as %: 10.47%Open: 4.525High: 4.65Low: 4.50Yesterday’s Close: 4.525


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Tacuma
Posts: 267
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RE: WHO AGREES WITH INTERPRETATION
Fri 22:20
I like your open hearted view of your investment Anthony. Whilst we're at it, I'll join you. I'm in the Autumn of life and hold a few stocks. My wife and I have a joint account. I've made it clear that what ever happens to me, sell what you like but keep Europa until such a time that we have agreed. That figure is not over ambitious, in my mind it's totally realistic. I hope I see it myself, if not at least I hope it can be said , he was right.
Good luck Anthony and all other LTH's You've got a lot of people's hopes and wishes in your hands Hugh, no pressure of course.
 
Anthony_
Posts: 910
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RE: WHO AGREES WITH INTERPRETATION
Fri 20:38
There are a lot of people here purely because they may as well due such deterioration in their initial investment, me partly the same. That said, I have continued to support fund raising (which I have regretted everytime afterwards). But on the plus side my average is now about 5.5p, considering I started investing here in the thirties, not bad.... or throwing good money after bad!

However IMO the fundamentals here are just too good to ignore and I do believe in Hugh and the team. I even bought another 100k on wed which I honestly swore I would never do after the last fund raising.

My wife has wanted me to sell and move on many many times, Not because of fundermentals, she has no idea about the company. She just see’s year after year of share deterioration (and my money) along with further dilution. However I always say this, at some point we will look back and celebrate our EOG investment and laugh about the rough years because we will have made an absolute fortune:-)

I can see the tide turning very soon, behind the scenes I feel things are happening with Corrib which will seriously propel us out of this sh@tty trading range we have been stuck in for the last 5-6 years!
Tacuma
Posts: 267
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RE: WHO AGREES WITH INTERPRETATION
Fri 19:40
In saying all that, welcome to LSE perpetualoptimi, a normally moderate chat room for grown ups.
glasgowpunter
Posts: 342
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EOG
Fri 19:40
I always remember SOU. I had shares in them and got fed up. Sold them just below break even at 9p and then three months later they went all the way up to 99p. Now back in the mid 30’s... just to say I was scunnered was an understatement. This was only just after my lose with MXP. So my holdings of EOG is staying with me till it goes boom or.... It’s a waiting game for all these shares and think I have been in EOG now for 8 years with an average of just over 5p and just buy more share every now and again when I have spare cash I don’t mind losing (past experiences and all that) I tend to buy ftse 100 now more lol. If we can get a few farm ins for 2019-20 this share will rise big time because of the low price at the moment and people seeing a 10 bagger over the next year or so and it’s then a waiting game again till we drill. All IMHO and good luck all holders :-)
Tacuma
Posts: 267
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RE: WHO AGREES WITH INTERPRETATION
Fri 19:25
Just a thought Anthony, bit of a harsh intro to a chat room though. Lots of us have been here for years but remain optimistic else we would be gone.
I wonder what price would please enough to be thankful to be here. With hindsight and looking back at other shares that have rocketed, it was our decision to buy into this one and our decision to stay.
Anthony_
Posts: 910
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Price:4.525
RE: WHO AGREES WITH INTERPRETATION
Fri 19:09
Very similar name to a guy over on III who has been posting for years on EOG.

Always very honest and to the point on progress, says it how it is.

Needless to say most commentary is usually on the negative side which to be fair, he has always proven right hence 4.5p share price!
Tacuma
Posts: 267
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RE: WHO AGREES WITH INTERPRETATION
Fri 18:59
PERPETUALOPTIMI, are you new to this share? I notice that you have only been on the chat board since the 21st of this month. You wouldn't be someone else in disguise would you?
Rudey
Posts: 1,112
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RE: WHO AGREES WITH INTERPRETATION
Fri 18:27
I fear I need the interpretation to be interpreted. Sorry.
PERPETUALOPTIMI
Posts: 1
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WHO AGREES WITH INTERPRETATION
Fri 18:18
It all comes down to whether any potential farm in partners agree with the conducted analysis. Support the view that many will be reviewing where the "biggest" potential lies. The jam tomorrow perception cannot last forever. Sooner or later the money has to be put where the mouth is. As long as partners are forthcoming with ££££.
Rudey
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RE: Farmin partners
Fri 15:33
I'd go for Cairn too.




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