a TKO for 3p will get us into the .60s, who knows but its going to take something special to get this moving up again, maybe gastar will buy an interest in this great little company, 2 more business days before ( mkts closed Monday) extra shares are out,or if like last time there out already, we can move on , I think peeps want to see how low this goes before buying in, I think after yesterdays RNS mostly the regular long termers left here now,and it would be great if ML bought out another RNS in the morning with just good news in it to get peeps talking about us over the long weekend, GLA to the faithful in here, ATB
fella, I hear ya and as with our previous chats I agree there is opportunity and after 3 years what's another 3 months or more...? And you are spot on that for new investors they are getting an absolute steal. I have averaged down five times over the years to get to this point! Atb dude
Its like when CT was first announced and we were waiting on news for the first 4 wells. Even with Matts comms then we made it .67 if i remember rightly. Provided these new wells produce similar i think we'll see a similar rise. Doesn't take into account we have more wells to be drilled this year and all the other things in the pipeline. I think its an excellent investment for new people as they should see a good return on their money. Lucky sods wouldn't have been waiting years and felt the frustration so much. So for me its a hold, waited this long and will see how the year pans out. Do agree with you regarding releasing consequtive rns'. But ask myself what happens after that? Is it a selfish dream, opportunity to get out or risk the drop?
man walks into a bar,says i have the cleverest dog in the world..then he sings a song from the tv....another man at the pool table says.. i have a cleverer dog than that....my dog is a blacksmith.. barman says ok if you can show that .....it is free beer for everyone.... so he takes the pool cue off the table....rams it up the dogs arse ...AND HE MAKES ......A BOLT FOR THE DOOR. (that probably makes less of a point than my last one)
clever game.. long term... back into .40s... reference to day traders we all know the fundamentals are great here so what is the problem? I have posted many times that the problem is ML and communication. There is never just good news, it's always diluted and in the most recent rns literally so. The day traders - sorry Bily but they are a problem with this share - know the pattern. Like Pavlov's dogs they look to see any good news here and then exploit it. ML is a great communicator and very convincing and so you get idiots like Bilbo on Twitter genuflecting. But when someone mentions shareholder value ML is strangely silent.
I think the sp will rise because there is too much for it not to rise but I have modest expectations of high sixes for a while to come. All that is needed is a steady news flow to break the cycle. Two days, two rns and please don't tell me that the news must be released as soon as it is known because that is nonsense. The most recent rns is a well crafted deception.
On balance, think this share should move northwards soon but unlike the idiot BMD we are not talking a ten or even six bagger unless ML gets his act in order and begins to think of shareholder value as well as protecting his own interests. The 'interaction' with shareholders is just a slight of hand imho. Nothing new, nothing that wasn't already discussed.
But don't get me wrong, I do believe there is value here, just not at miracle levels until II's appear and/or ML gets a handle on comms.
ATB (if an rns appears in the morning I take it all back - CT6 has to be near!)
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