I was encouraged by the broker rating that Westhouse gave PCI today of £2.80 (75% increase) (currently trading at £1.60) along with Canaccord's improvement to £1.90(Appx 20% increase) especially on the back of a failed well JUST yesterday which they had previously had high hopes for, but have instead now plugged and abandoned it.. So a plugged and abandoned well for PCI ends up with a 75% increased broker rating from Westhouse, whilst our Court Case win, move into production, Conservative CPR, entry into the Main List and recent announcement of Funding have so far only managed a rating from of £1.25 from Westhouse and £1 from Canaccord. So on bad news they nigh on double the value of a company but with our good news they trash it... From where I'm standing it looks like they want PI's to sell GKP and buy PCI. Furthermore Canaccord's recent laughable broker rating of TRP back on the 14th March when they were 5.8p was an astonishing £2.40! They currently trade (3 weeks later) at less than 4.7p. The craziest thing about all of this is that punters ACTUALLY LISTEN to these ratings...and they make a difference
So someone wants us out of GKP....to me that's a very good sign.
Buy sub 100p take advantage. Ignore any negatives, £250k, will guarantee 100k bopd flow from Shaikan. Any lower from here, on a sustained sub 100p, a serious offer will be made for a takeover. Buy up the stock lower if you can get it. Hold your stock its valuable. Also nuisance posters filter them, go to share chat above then click filter.All the best.
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