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Share Price: 33.75Bid: 33.50Ask: 34.00Change: -0.25 (-0.74%)Faller - Bowleven
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.49%Open: 34.00High: 34.00Low: 33.25Yesterday’s Close: 34.00


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Blue-Eyes
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Chris
21 Aug '14
Apologies re the last except from your history- in fairness you might have been talking about a post to yourself there. However the 2 below to garyn and Bonker could quite accurately be described as unpleasant and goading.

I merely suggested that most people wouldn't want to write 29000 posts without being paid.

We now know ,because he has told us, that garyn is a complete amateur stock picker.

We also know he is a fisherman.

A fisherman,amateur stock picker?

Just the person you need to advise you on investments

And this post to Bonker

Over 70 posts today.

Over 10,000 in three years.

Bored? Sad? Or maybe something else?

Just tell me why? .......Why do you post on here?

Do you live in a shed or something ?

I'll shut up for a while peeps I'm sure you are all bored with it.
Confusion hope all is well with you :)
 
Blue-Eyes
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Chris2
21 Aug '14
And that's on just one random pick of your posting history there you are in black and white
I note to didn't invite me to address the straying from the truth

Don't listen to the muppet,village idiot, and some words not to be repeated.

Now. It's your decision. It's your money.

I haven't been wrong yet.
confusion2
Posts: 16,026
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Got to be
21 Aug '14
BLVN gas or Lukoil now. I wonder if GE would prefer an American supplier?

"A new project is under development in the field of production of electrical energy. This is a natural gas power plant in Limbe, which will have an installed capacity of 315 megawatts. A Memorandum of Understanding on studies, design, financing, construction and operation of this book was signed last Tuesday in Yaounde. It was between the Cameroonian government, represented by Basile Atangana Kouna, Minister of Water and Energy, and Finagestion SA, represented by Eric Tauziac, deputy general manager.

Under the terms of the Protocol, Finagestion a structure under French law committed with the American giant General Electric has, over a period of 24 months, conduct a review of detailed design including the estimated cost of all components of the project, structure and complete the financing including compensation and resettlements, negotiate and sign the development agreement, construct and operate the facilities of the future plant, among others.

However, the partner has the option to renew this period, for a maximum period of 12 months. The Protocol also provides that Finagestion "ensure that appropriate measures are taken, including capacity building, to enable local companies with equal skills, access to benefits by at least 30% of investments to be carried out on the territory of Cameroon in the Project. "

For its part, the government has, through the signing of the document, the engagement partner to facilitate the collection of data necessary for the project; provide, where appropriate, a sovereign guarantee to cover, project financing, grant partner year tax and customs facilities, provided the pat regulations.

Including materials and equipment used exclusively for the execution of the agreement. Because according to the Minee, this is a project that the president wants to see happen."
Blue-Eyes
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chris
21 Aug '14
I'm on planet earth you seem only to exist in planet chris.

And yes I stand by every comment I made - I think regularly calling people idiots and stupid in a sneering manner is both insulting and unpleasant. Try having a look at your posting history with your blinkers off.

You appear to have a tender disposition when it comes to your feelings so maybe you should consider those of others
lobsterpot
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RE: KRISPY DUCK
21 Aug '14
Never mind Gus, chin up - you could have been as way out as me! :) Was it easter I said, or Christmas?? Dunno, but i might make a Santarallytasticmegaramp comeback in the not too distant future to counter any gloom.
As for Chrisseddyted2, the only thing which is vaguely intriguing about about his persistant and repetitive posting can summed up with one word..................Why?
Come on ChrisEddyted mate - we can't stand the suspense any longer (well, actually we can, but as it appears you like the attention, we'll pretend the suspense is killing us) - do please tell us why you visit us so frequently.
gus2
Posts: 1,600
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RE: Bomono
21 Aug '14
Suttie hasnt sold any i am sure,i notice the blvn site only has one significant holder and that is JPM-this isnt right,so i think it was just an announcement of sorts when jpm crossed the threshold.
ghostwriter
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RE: Bomono
21 Aug '14
So how does that warrant a strong buy?
trader250
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Bomono
21 Aug '14
Now back from long hols and good to see formal EA Decree duly issued as expected. Looking forward to the drilling and expected increase in the SP. Noticed that Suttie is no longer a significant shareholder and assume JPM have been taking some if his shares?
gus2
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RE: KRISPY DUCK
21 Aug '14
Kovno,me wrong? Not me my friend,i have been right about everything apart from the direction of the share price which has surprised everyone.

Anyway,share price will rise soon,book is strong,just got a feeling next week is the week and............ i something is going on in the background.

Strong buy.com-just weak price.
Kovno
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RE: KRISPY DUCK
21 Aug '14
I don't know what to make of Chris2. In a way he's fascinating! But the responses he provokes are even more interesting to me!! The fact is he's been negative about BLVN since December. Almost everyone else has been positive and utterly incredulous at the poor price. I don't give Chris2 any credit for this particularly. I don't really understand his motivations! But I can't understand why people don't just ignore him if you find him that iritating. I don't understand why it seems so important that he isn't invested here (frankly I don't know the position of any poster here, and there is no reason why I should believe any claims). And I don't understand why people don't equally question the motives of positive posters like Gus2. Sorry, Gus, you seem like a genuine person, but I don't know you. All I know is that almost every post over the last 6 months has been along the lines of this has got to turn soon, the book looks good, just got a feeling that there will be news next week, something is going on in the background imho, etc. And every time you have been wrong! I hope it will rise soon. I read the boards to pass the time and get some info. But honestly, I can't remember the last time anyone posted anything useful!!

Good luck all.



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