I too find rampers irritating Daya, but like Masonz have based my investment on my own judgement. Kums is right, the trades that are going through prove people are actually investing, not just ramping. IMO, even if FOGL don't produce any oil, between now and then as each mile stone in drilling phase is reached over the next 12 to 18 months the share price will rise (based on Desire last time around, 10 fold). I've used my full ISA allowance this year. To de-risk I'll cash in 25% once the price has quadrupled. I'll let the rest ride. The way I see it, I can risk losing c.Â£12k, but don't want to risk missing out on Â£100k's by not being in now. Losing Â£12k won't result in me retiring any later, but Â£100k's would enable me to do so early. GLA.
This share needs no hyping as you put it. People who follow this industry know the potential here. And for the potential uptake in sp this could be one of those life changing shares. And as for backing I think noble have answered that question already for you. The rampers will arrive no doubt about that but I would not base any investment on info on the bb. Just cold hard fact. Dyor and you will see why peeps get a little excited about this share.
no point hyping this up when time comes will see what news shows....i know for many years investors dont put the money where the mouth is...straight up if this share doesnt get the backing it deserves it wont go no where with or without news
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