I'm still waiting for martman's £3.50 deal the one that he said his uncle (the Burmese) mole told him about. you must have missed the switch and switch about posts. BTW but easily done within the thousands of posts he racked up on one share that he also professed not to own.
He's still spamming on II if you want to follow him under the name of slipperyoil - and still getting it wrong.
The fact is the people can appear right over a period of time simply because if you spam a BB with enough predictions i.e it will go up or down as someone else pointed out you have a 50/50 chance of getting it right - those are pretty good odds.
His posts were all one lines and he couldn't actually engage with any discussion about the company or what they were doing.
If you read the posts of others you will see that not all the posters here are singing off KH's hymn sheet and there is plenty of what I would term "constructive criticism".
I've made some comments myself as recent as yesterday that could be considered as such and no one had a go at me - I think in terms of "real" investors this BB is pretty balanced,
Krav, there is no doubt sometimes Chris2 calls it right but that is just pure luck he never substantiates any of his post.....also BLVN has been trading in a range so not that difficult to call most of the time.
The problem with Chris is his motives for posting and in my opinion someone who posts the way he does without holding any shares is for one reason and one reason only.
To frustrate and antagonise the little private investor into selling his shares, why? .....either because he is paid too or he has a huge chip on his shoulder which means he has lost his shirt on BLVN over the years and if that is the case he has a serious mental problem IMO.
This share is only going one way (overall) and that's UP!
I invested in XEL for quite some time and there was Martman (anyone remember him)? He was very much like Chris, but most of what he called was right. Look how XEL SP is right now. Either he was very influential to other posters - which I doubt. Or he was actually right. Don't dismiss others views just because it isn't what you like to hear. Oh and please don't turn on me for this post either! I'm not a de-ramper or any of that nonsense! In fact I'm looking at coming in here soon as I can see great potential.
> Final condition to Lukoil deal is a formality. > Strong balance sheet as a result. > Confirmation that Russian sanctions won't affect the deal. > Bonomo drills this year. > Further Bonomo farmin talks advanced. > Etinde appraisal drills expected to be accelerated. (Upside to our share in reserves). >Kenya advancing well in the background. > Suttie invested at 45p. >JPM accumulating (for someone IMO) >No recent reduction in shares from other institutions.
The only risk here is that long term investors who bought at £2 plus may not see there original investment back but this will be £1 this year with or without an approach!!
The Risk / Reward is now compelling, the only other risk is missing the boat when it leaves port:-)
Chris,I expect 43p by the end of next week..... Let's see who is the closest!
Minimum risk here...... Cameroon Government have there preferred suitor so they will approve the transfer of ownership in time..... Which will repair our balance sheet and should rerate out MCAP, albeit not hugely at that point.
Once we have the cash in the back there is a huge chance that a paper offer will come in for BLVN..... Who are JPM building a stake for???
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