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Resources analyst Charlie Long sees good times ahead for uranium


Frontera Resources Share Chat (FRR)



Share Price: 0.28Bid: 0.27Ask: 0.29Change: 0.005 (+1.82%)Riser - Frontera Res
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 7.41%Open: 0.275High: 0.305Low: 0.255Yesterday’s Close: 0.275


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commy
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just listened to sn
Today 16:08
have been thinking about things rether than posting.first thoughts on recent news flow.
1 the company expected to be producing and have an income of $3 million a month by the end of 2016.then they moved the goal to march,then they say they are not going ahead due to negotiations regarding a jv/farmout.
there are only 2 possible reasons why they would do this imo.1.it was a sham in the first place and was never going to happen.2..a major player is involved in the negs and demanded that nothing should go forward until negs were complete.
I obviously hope it is the latter.
then there are other thoughts.why was the cc so shambolic? the difference between the cc and todays presentation are stark.
today sn states $13.2 billion revenue possible over a 10yr period.really?
all in all I think there is much more to come here.he states that he expects the negs to be concluded by the end of q3.i suspect that this is a red herring."concluded by" means any time before.many will think to themselves,no revenue,no production and negs not concluded for months and will sell to trade elsewhere and come back later.i have fallen for similar tricks before.not this time.i will add more as and when funds become available.
 
WShak
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RE: The Houston Rodeo
Today 16:07
MoleinThe Hole,

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Whilst I feel sorry for long term holders panicked here - I do hope anyone on a CFD short closes them, take there money and leave us in peace."

I will leave you in peace for the foreseeable future, although I don't anticipate closing my short for a long time yet.
Suzz
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RNS
Today 16:05
Great news - so much more detail :)
Looking forward to next week.
WShak
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RE: The Houston Rodeo
Today 16:05
"As soon as the share price comes down you raise your head. Transparent shorter."

I am very transparent - isn't that a good thing?

I had exactly the same comments with AFPO, HNR, CTAG, etc. but ultimately, I was correct. Short term spikes can be very strong, although I suspect today's jump will be reversed completely shortly.

I believe MoleInThe Hole is being genuine in his analysis but also that he is horribly wrong about the nature of this company and its genuine prospects. Bulls may want to be cautious on days like this.

For my part, I believe the shares will eventually go back to sub 0.07p within six months, without taking into account any possible consolidations. I don't think there will be a JV of note, and any money that FRR raises will be as a result of selling shares rather than oil or gas.
Moleinahole
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RE: The Houston Rodeo
Today 16:05
Like I said I have not read the presentation yet - if you have not and simply post a negative slant then I will leave everyone on the board to draw their own conclusions on your motivation and reliability of your commentary.

Whilst I feel sorry for long term holders panicked here - I do hope anyone on a CFD short closes them, take there money and leave us in peace.

Discussion needs to turn to the contents of the presentation and on that note I'll sign off till tonight when a proper digestion of the content can be done.
Bomber64
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RE: The Houston Rodeo
Today 15:54
Another poor shakattack, you need some new material mate..
Retireby40
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RE: The Houston Rodeo
Today 15:54
As soon as the share price comes down you raise your head. Transparent shorter. We're not gonna get JV news before conversion so next Q seems reasonable. Good to hear SN will here in July. YA can only sell an agreed amount each month. You keep repeating the same stuff.
Nolosstillsell
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RE: The Houston Rodeo
Today 15:52
Wshak

Have you watched the presentation?
WShak
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RE: The Houston Rodeo
Today 15:50
"Its a great shame that fear gripped so many here sending them over the edge. "

I think those who sold have made a sensible decision, based on what we know. Yes, they could have got a better exit price after today's promotional push but there is no way of knowing when one of those will arrive. The spikes are short lived and we all know that FRR desperately needs funds.

I can't see how anyone can make a rational case for buying shares whilst there is the overhang of death spiral financing and pricing yet to come on the fundraising to come. Surely it makes more sense to simply take part in that, whether one is a believer or not?
Nolosstillsell
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RE: The Houston Rodeo
Today 15:36
Mole. Your gonna love the presentation. I can't wait for your thoughts on it. :)




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