People's investment portfolios are tailored to their personal strategy. If there was a dilution of 80% I would still be up on my investment once GKP sp gets to 38 pence per share (having averaged down to 37 pence) which would equate to £1.90 back in February 2014 pre dilution and debt fears which has brought it down to 5 pence. I still believe the old share price of £2 per share is a serious undervaluation of GKP assets, which at a dilution of 80% equates to 40 pence (thus I'm in profit) Unless GKP goes bankrupt which i seriously doubt and happy to take a risk on? Why on earth should I sell? Please explain your rhamboling comments and your premises to explain them. I wont lose unless GKP goes bust....which I dont believe will happen and fortunately for me I could afford if it did so happy to take the risk.
I can't help but smile at the irony of a BB moron telling me I've 'missed the boat' on a pretty much guaranteed 80%+gain next week with a short position when he is a shareholder in literally THE worst stock to be long in on AIM or even the LSE for that matter at the moment.
sorry to hear your short look on the brightside you can still get in large boys clothes.Come on Rhambo with an H.Your not even the real Rambo Ffs.Think you possibly missed the boat when it was 50p for that short fella.
tcan54. No the Kurd people deserve money, but you watch , the KRG will come out with spurious figues saying they owe others in the oil sector a few billion and not IOC's..If the IMF are serious, I mean serious, then they would ask the ICG to pay IOC based on what they were owed last year and what they produce, never give thieves money, they just come back for more
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