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Share Price: 55.675Bid: 55.35Ask: 56.00Change: -0.125 (-0.22%)Faller - Sound Energy
Spread: 0.65Spread as %: 1.17%Open: 56.70High: 57.00Low: 55.40Yesterday’s Close: 55.80


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crudehope
Posts: 8,183
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Price:55.875
Talking of Smart Investors.......
Today 11:19
Someone mentioned 'Barclays Smart Investor' yesterday & said they had only just looked at it - which I smiled at because I did the self same thing yesterday. Since they changed from the old account system I haven't bothered looking. But when I did I came to the same conclusion as the poster yesterday - it needs more work doing to it. I am now currently mulling over whether I should transfer some SIPP Sound shares into my Trading ISA: how to do it & what the tax implications & benefits are. I am only just eligible to draw down on my SIPP & so far have taken no action apart from paying some rather heavy management fees monthly. Anyone thinking of doing the same?
 
Rubber.Soul
Posts: 208
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Price:56.00
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RE: Caribbean dreaming......
Today 09:53
Reading these posts it seems like Shaun£s
Green. Without LTHs money at the start
there would be no sound energy, all companies
have hiccups and evolve through bad luck and
good. Italy with N1 and N2 and badile should have
turned out good, Morocco might have turned out bad
instead of amazingly good. So without understanding
the risk don£t invest. Speaking from hindsight is easy,
but to recognise something from the start not so.
mymy
Posts: 95
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Price:56.00
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Lucky?
Today 09:46
Yes, I think I was lucky. It seems a long time ago now when an O&G explorer was strongly recommended to me. That was Desire Petroleum. They were bought by FOGL, who in turn were bought by Rockhopper. Rockhopper shares exploded to above £3.60 each at which point I sold. That "sell" was in part reinvested in another O&G Company which had the potential of tying in to an Oil discovery to exiting pipework......in Indonesia. ( a little Company called Sound Oil & Gas. As a result, even after all these passing years and steady accumulation of shares, my average is still in the high twenties.
So I regard Rockhopper ( and ironically Fiona) as being my luck. I mentioned this to Fiona at the last get together in London and implied a quiet thankyou.

Yes, luck does play a part.

regards to all,

Jim
BadgerValance
Posts: 93
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Price:56.00
RE: Luck/patience/despair
Today 09:31
Phew thank be to you... that you didn't invest..we would have all been mortified,,,,and thank you for your sage opinions..which I fear are sadly wasted on a board you have no investment in,,,I believe your talents lay elsewhere. Good luck.
tapper2
Posts: 1,431
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Price:56.00
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Luck/patience/despair
Today 09:31
What do people keep biting when fatty the clown keeps posting it’s what he wants people to bite and daily he gets his kicks and laughs ignore the numpty and he will go away
daveyboy71
Posts: 1,593
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Price:56.00
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RE: Luck/patience/despair
Today 09:25
Haven't you got an appointment at the job centre to go to??? This company is currently valued at 565 mil, not bad from where we was when JP started running it
DDClive
Posts: 93
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Price:56.00
RE: Luck/patience/despair
Today 09:22
feel sorry for sad people like you with nothing better to do. your posts always seem to get one instant tick up so i'd imagine you have more than one alias.
FattyR
Posts: 322
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Price:56.00
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Luck/patience/despair
Today 09:18
I’ve been following this share for just over a year. Initially I was excited by the prospects and wondered if I should invest - so decided to watch and wait. Since then the share price has almost halved. What worries me if I am to believe what is written here is that the management seem to communicate with their shareholders with winks and nods, fire side chats and special chats. Phew thank be to ... I didn’t invest as I would be much poorer. I think that it is important that price sensitive material be communicated via the regulated news service so all shareholders see what a car crash this is turning out to be at the same time.
StMary
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Price:56.00
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RE: Transformational
Today 09:11
Just to be clear, JP didn’t use these words on Facebook. A PI posted part of an e-mail he received from JP.
The words transformational have been used many times by the team and any deal that, let’s say, doubles the current market cap could be considered ‘transformational’, although we are hoping that any LE, should it come, be multiples of that.....
DOGSINBRAZIL
Posts: 237
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Price:56.00
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RE: Luck/patience/hope
Today 09:06
Wel, said bootlegger the ones who are losing are causing problems personally I would have not invested when this share hit the 70s and above my investing strategies are when you missed the boat let it go And go find one that's not left




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