Still hope max has something up sleeve,I still watch progress,and if they could use haliburton to drill the deep,just maybe,but with the very bottom not far away(share price) there could be a future so long as debit was in shares,but new lenders need to look further forward,but somebody or someone with insight is still buying,and I'm sure it's not the MM's,Robster will alway push the negative,it's never a loss unless you need it,
I don't understand why you are still here - last time you said you sold and held a nominal amount and then you said you bought above 2p. If you seriously believe what you write then just leave and put whatever you do have elsewhere.
At least I am a buyer and holder. You may question the basis of the said strategy it is what I will live with - not you or anyone else.
Lost so much money here,when it was 12p,yes you were always more right than wrong,no news is not good news,not invested here and never will be,what happened to haliburton,sure they could have got that extra 2 kilometres,As it is,mxp cant find enough money and will continually default,sub 1p is certain never to get back,theres always a lottery ticket?
Hi mate, I have to half agree with you there, none of the debt holders will want MXP to fail, everyone wants their money back plus some, as for changing the repayments, I dont know, I think all the debtors will know that if they strangle the Golden Goose too much, they arent going to get any Golden Egss
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