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Share Price: 2.65Bid: 2.50Ask: 2.65Change: -0.325 (-10.92%)Faller - Red Emperor
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 6.00%Open: 2.76High: 2.76Low: 2.60Yesterday’s Close: 2.975


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TIPTOP
Posts: 3,840
Answer
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.69
stav
16 Jun '14
stav - you're as transparent as tracing paper. It must be very boring having to think of all those new names.
If you were really holding stock here, you would be happy to let oilriches make the price go higher with his special ramping powers. Either that or your the first investor I have ever met that has morales. lol
Yes oilriches gets a bit excited but so would you if you actually held any shares, especially 4m like oily.
Just my thoughts but I'm sure you will tell me I'm oilys besy mate ;-)

ps. Buy RMP they have great assets and are well undervalued! !
 
SirBob
Posts: 1,162
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.69
Ha ha
16 Jun '14
Adds up...although I think he's right on thus one! Lol
Fraybarnard86
Posts: 44
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.69
Sp
16 Jun '14
Happy with a nice steady 5% rise each day until Georgia news which shouldn't be too much longer now
Pierssmith
Posts: 1,580
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.50
up 2 percent
16 Jun '14
More buys v sells
Duckles
Posts: 162
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.50
the sp is going up
16 Jun '14
The declaration of war has not effected the sp. This is because it was always known that things are unstable there.
Wouldn't surprise me to see 5p towards the end of the week as news regarding georgia approaches.
jeffry
Posts: 402
Answer
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.50
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RE: puntland
16 Jun '14
Puntland was already at war before and constantly at war previously with Somalia AlQaeda. Yet, we were able to drill in dharor 2 years ago. The good thing is dharor is far far away from somaliland and also far away from somalia (ie north east of Puntland). So, at the very least, we can easily drill one more in dharor next year.
midastouch1
Posts: 324
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.50
Delays
16 Jun '14
I want this share price to rocket as much as anyone fully loaded here with ave @ 2.7p

Let's hope it is the opposite
cookiecrew
Posts: 5,461
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.50
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RE: Midatouch
16 Jun '14
Think you'll find that there will be military protection to drill program by government too much to lose IMHO
Duckles
Posts: 162
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.50
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Midatouch
16 Jun '14
Yes true, this could set us back. But it could end up doing the complete opposite. We basically have to wait and see what unfolds. Either way, the sp will go up in the coming months because of the potential georgia sale. And we dont have to drill in Nuugal do we? we may start with the dahora drills again. (sorry for spelling)
midastouch1
Posts: 324
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.50
Delays
16 Jun '14
horn could really struggle to find a JV partner if the blocks are in the middle of a war zone could put us back a few years until horn find a jv partner to fund the work program we are at a stand still.

Very bad for the share price regardless of the sale price of Georgia we need drilling to move the share price. This could keep us suppressed for a long time



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