for whom I have great admiration, said on CNBC earlier that he expects oil prices to get back to $75 or so per barrel reasonably soon, and he expects that to be around the average for 2015. Going back to the RNS's, I still believe the press/financial magazine route is far better. Of course price sensitive info has to be released by an RNS, it's also the mechanism where investors and the regulators are kept in touch with events, but how did investors manage years ago who didn't have either inside access nor the internet? They by and large read about company events through the press, back in the 70's and 80's any stock given a bullish mention in the Sunday's rose on the Monday. Not everyone populates the bulletin boards either. A positive mention in a Sunday paper would I reckon be worth at least 10% on the sp. Decent movements today, so things looking brighter.
If you've found good news out of careful research.then of course you're permitted to say, if on the other hand you've gained price sensitive information then it should be put out via rns to wider public?
As for bmd, he's invested here so a little biased perhaps, eg ramped this last year as a five bagger plus (before wti declines) ,,,,, all while we crashed from 0.52 to 0.20's.
Bmd and shareprophets guys appear to be in matts pocket or dangling from his puppet strings for one reason or another
During interviews they've never really challenged the statements matt made on.further dilution, the ya global 'deal' etc,,,, if this was another aim share, they'd have hammered him
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