If shares in cove went for 249p for 8.5% stake then it is mind boggling to think what aex could go for. We need a major to see the opportunity here and snap us up. Once the gas is signed that could be what the majors are waiting for. Fingers crossed. Good luck all tomorrow we all deserve some with aminex
You snooze you lose in this game and companies with the potential like Aminex are a very rare find as stated by Jay Bhattacherjee. People will sell their shares when they see 10p as a good return and other people will buy the shares when they see 10p as a cheap buy and it will go on like that as the SP keeps going up and up, Patience is the key to the serious profit with Aminex.
we are nearly 3 years down the line from that t/o a the time it was regarded as too much was paid but now the consensus is that it was a good deal for the purchaser, so price for ours who knows but it would be a life changer.
Irene Himona, analyst at SocGen, said she expected Shell to buy up other players in the Rovuma field. "As the number one LNG player, Shell absolutely must be in East Africa," she said. "We should assume that 8.5% is too small for them."
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