Read slowly, I said about 6 months ago we would be looking at gold and manas was not the main focus, you took the micky. The pre Xmas Rns confirmed my posts, but the deal fell through. Oil was the next option. My last post was a general statement of the potential of gold future sp. You also scoffed at my previous post near Xmas about $5000.00 in roughly 18 months. As usual you muddy the water and mislead. Ldp, is looking at oil. My previous post was pointing out your poor predictions. Silly boy.
Cant see gold rising nearly five times its current value in just 15 months to be honest....you need to make your mind up, one minute you are saying gold is the future of ldp and then its oil....then its gold again....a laughing stock of a poster, many would agree
Rising again. This is due to the US taper which is causing the emerging market currencies to struggle. As I said recently, gold will eventually hit $5000.00/ounce within 15 months. The UK recovery is based on a housing bubble and credit cards. Governments are attacking bit coin, as bit coin/gold will rocket if currencies get worse. TFL, your mate in London doesn't know what he's talking about. Neither do you.
Peter redmond resigned from I gas in 2009 which, if my calculations are correct, is 5 years ago. I hardly think igas resembled anything like it does now, back when he was there. I doubt it would have got to the ipo stage now if Redmond was still there as he would have strung it out for many more years to keep his nice salary going. Have a look at his track record with ldp, piri and Kenv, lol.
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