Too much short-termism on this board. If you fancy yourself as a trader, fair enough. 95% of you will lose money. If you like the fundamentals (many do), keep quite, calm down, and enjoy a long slow ride upwards over the next 18 to 24 months, waiting for the inevitable take-out. There are enough heavy hitters around to make sure the price is fair, when that day comes.
So who has joined the fold? We await the declaration of who has disposed of a few, at a massive profit, and who has taken them up. Someone new, plus an old hand who has increased holding? Both looking to get 101p! Latter tp when, I've no idea.. The new boys are confident long-termers!
IMHO a long term investment, the figures they keep producing are spot on every time. Once they can sort out the obvious issues and deliver the news to the market then this share should fly. The company has very strong foundations and also has Giles Clarke and is, in my opinion, the soundest long term investment on AIM. Just my opinion and I am fairly new to this game, most people on here know vastly more than me.
Delivering ıt ınto the Ecuadorian pipeline, going to the Pacific, is the trick. They will tell us about this shortly. They have been telling funds and Insts about proposals since the AGM. They have more oil than you can shake a stick at. Getting it to market is the problem and they have the people who can solve, and arrange, that..and soon!
coming through , shareprice may be down 2.26% as some people may be happy to take proffit , in my personal opinion when you look at the size of some of the buys this shareprice may soon be heading higher ,
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