Sorry, I was unable to watch the Ian Crane video all the way through. Skipped bits, looked at little bits (sic), thenrealised I was utterly wasting my precious time allowing my attention to wander to this clown's egocentric meanderings.
Me, me, me. That poor chap is a pathetic joke. He needs help. Probably in the nature of someone sitting him down in the pub, buying the first two rounds, and explaining to him how he's going to go down in history as the most stupid man on the planet unless he quits his narcissistic ramblings about stuff of which he has no actual knowledge.
Maybe he could go on 'I'm a celebrity', and just be left there in the jungle.
Pitiful, sorrowful stuff. I couldn't watch further because I felt so sorry that someone could go on public and make such a fool of himself, while thinking he was great. A really sad case. I hope his 'followers' will make him lets of cups of tea as 'treatment'.
Nevertheless, out-of-this-world footage, which I've downloaded for posterity!
PS Luckily it was so bad and I stopped it so quickly that it gives me time to go and waste some of my chips playing online poker, which is a lot more interesting than attempting to explain to some round people that the earth is not flat.
Your obviously looking for short term gains. Not gonna happen here pal. This is long term,and if your into this share then LT is the way. I've paid between 40p and up to 133p for this share in different alloyed amounts. I certainly know the ups and downs and am certainly not flinching. Even at the current SP,getting in a 40p,and keeping long term on that has paid off. Whereas,my recent purchase of 133p,in the short term hasn't. August\September is the worth month for shares in General. The markets are down too. Just sit back and enjoy the ride.But if your in for a quick fix then if you play with fire,expect to get burnt!
No, 'Cautious', I cannot. However, in doing a few minutes' research on the matter before I settle down for a good laugh watching Ian Crane's 'movie', I cannot find a single precident for directors 'topping-up' except when it was just before their company hit the wall.
BTW: 'city fund managers' (ie late thirty-year-olds about to burn out) can take a hike so far as I'm concerned. They are playing with other people's money, with promises to their clients that they can give them a return maybe. They are not investors properly speaking.
Nobody 'manages my funds' but myself. Those who I have to deal through take their skim, of course, that's life, and the normal course of business, which one has to calculate in when working in penny-shares like this.
But 'bashers' like you with completely self-contradictory ideas and trying to wind up the people with cash invested make me laugh. Or cry. Or tear my hair out in anger.
Wasn't going to post this, but bailed last week. Have been really disappointed of late with this stock and luckily my others are performing reasonably well to balance losses. That being said I only invest money I can afford to lose, but it is something I don't like to make a habit of. I have/had 2 what I would class as very/high risk stocks, Igas and SXX and unlike many others here do see this a s a very LT investment . But lesson learn't here as I sure most will agree, when director bailed a few month back, (forget the name) it was a clear time to get out for a while and let the dust settle. IMO is still what triggered the current slide as NOTHING has changed,except looming DART acquisition, which again LT can only be a good thing. I will reinvest in this stock and do believe in it LT 100%, but just felt like it was time to take a break, as I cannot understand why it has declined so aggressively, think it was 6% last wk alone and again like you, expected a bigger rise yesterday. Today's fall basically cancelled out the Monday rise and with drilling results not out for over 3 weeks ( minimum) when you have a reasonably large sum invested it was just too unstable for me at this point. I do believe in the stock but a lot of shorting seems to be going on and just going to sit back and see what the next fortnight brings and take it from there. Also I agree with you or another poster that stated with people selling what appears to be relatively small to medium sums the SP is all over the place, which doesn't seem to add up, not unless I'm being niave and missing something with the DART deal. That being said I do expect to be in again in the near future as the LT potential returns are too large to ignore,but have got my head around the fact that may have to be in and out of this share a little bit until it is a more stable, which generally I don't like to do. On a brighter note bailed from TESCO at 2.80 ;) as that is only going one way.
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