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Frontera Resources Share Chat (FRR)



Share Price: 0.585Bid: 0.57Ask: 0.60Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Frontera Res
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 5.26%Open: 0.55High: 0.61Low: 0.55Yesterday’s Close: 0.585


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Andre01
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RE: is this relevant?
Today 13:11
Pyrotech, with you, shorting is morally and ethically corrupt. Its an old boys club ploy from govt to the banks to keep taking money from the average PI and to increase tax revenues.
 
pyrotech
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RE: is this relevant?
Today 12:57
I am not sure really, but suggest its major ones with an II

Many shorter's on here do not actually short it, they sell at what they think is the peak, try to then talk it down and then buy back in at a lower amount. They hope to make 4-10% each time.

The other risk many take on here, is T20's etc, buying on a 20 day payback in hope the sp increases, If there is news thought to be due they do that. Some are able to close early making small loses if goes down instead.

Some pi's will open shorts, may be Ta Investor actually does it that way, it can be very costly. A big II like YA can do it and like a bookmaker he covers all bets.

Problem with a short is this
With a £10k holding, a person going long knows the worst case Scenario is they lose £10k - very worst that could happen.
A £10k short thou .... dangerous
Say Sp is 0.5p and rises to 5p on unexpected news - That short means you need £100k to pay back.

The point of investing in aim companies - is to finance start up and small cap businesses - to give them a chance to become a competitive business
Shorting is actually doing the opposite, your trying to ruin a business by taking value away and possibly future investment. That just seems against all the principles of an investment to me.
Its also likely to effect jobs that the company have or may create.

All you should have in aim is, You invest, you do not invest, you buy more or you sell .
NO SHORTING
JMO
europaboy
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RE: Bit quiet on here
Today 12:39
I am always doing it as well
dubz
Posts: 820
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RE: is this relevant?
Today 12:26
indeed Pyro, however, according to that site, there are no shorts open, i just wonder, when they "no shorts open" does that mean there are absolutely zero open, or none open by institutions, and the likes of the gimp and his followers still may have some open? probably not coming across well here, talking gibberish??
DanBrown83
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Thinking Out Loud
Today 12:25
Exxon in area looking for Prospects in Georgia
Georgian Givernment can’t provide these but think, Frontera has made some good progress on parts of Block 12 but a lot remains untouched, maybe it’s better off in Exxon’s hands
Georgian Government calls for an Arbitration with Frontera to relinquish part of Block 12 that’s just sitting there
Arbitration happens and with the backing of US Government / Georgian Government part of Block 12 is relinquished to Exxon but Frontera retains a 5% free carry on all profit Exxon make

Seems too much of a coincidence we get an Arbitration request the same week Exxon are in town
pyrotech
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RE: is this relevant?
Today 12:10
Yes YA global have been major shorters in FRR historically, covering their cash from all angles
Ivyspivey
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RE: Bit quiet on here
Today 12:01
Tsbs
Hope it is not Woolies Window you have your nose pressed against.
Think Coggy and his budge smugglers date with destiny is on hold
regdik
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Coincidence do happen
Today 11:30
The O&G giants are not taken in by Jam/hype.
I'm sure if they thought w were sitting on a "mega" field (SN's words) they will be monitoring this very closely for a while. Until FRR finally walked the walk and proved commerciality and respectable flow rates that would warrant major investment. We know FRR has been sharing their data with potentials and now we are at a point of proving that O&G can be extracted we see the visit of technical teams to the country (remember BP have also these resources in country or next door). I cannot see that they have come to Georgia (without large and expensive equipment) just to sightsee the terrain in a 4x4. They have come to see something real that they can observe and report back on and evaluate the logistics. Interesting to note that the mood in Georgia has changed from total denial to we want in on this and how could we let this two bit company tie down the best block (hence we did not get a major bidding for the also ran blocks - risk reduction). It seems that the ducks may have lined up for FRR unless you believe in multiple coincidences do happen and there is nothing in this.
dubz
Posts: 820
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Opinion:Strong Buy
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is this relevant?
Today 11:27
https://www.shortdata.co.uk/company.php?isin=KYG368131069

not sure if relevant, or if the shorters in FRR would be listed on above site?
dubz
Posts: 820
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
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RE: Bit quiet on here
Today 10:33
i think i must have had the most boring (but productive) day yesterday. No champagne or fiddles for me, shopping and cleaning conservatory, which needed a good work over. Until flow rates come in, life goes on. :-)

Of coarse there are varying views on these flow rates, and if we get any "intial" rates, or wait for the full results?

Now, more mundane stuff to do, back to the housework. :-)




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