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Share Price: 1.085Bid: 1.07Ask: 1.10Change: 0.185 (+20.56%)Riser - Solo Oil
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 2.80%Open: 0.885High: 1.085Low: 0.885Yesterday’s Close: 0.90


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FROGLEGS
Posts: 1,600
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
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RE: Kiliwani
16 Oct '14
oilscum look a resource upgrade . u know what that is . ur ticket to stop posting again
 
JoeCreed
Posts: 2,188
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Price:0.70
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Kiliwani
16 Oct '14
An resource upgrade appears likely now. Could be great for Solo.
cookiecrew
Posts: 5,676
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
solo
16 Oct '14
Unbelievable here atm
Eliwallach
Posts: 383
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.70
Oil scum
16 Oct '14
Beat some sense into me! I'd like to see you have a pop tough guy!! What you gooing to do? Smash me around the head with your dell laptop? Let's swap emails bad boy then you can see if you can beat some sense into me! What a warrior ha ha ha
MattTheNause
Posts: 8
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Price:0.70
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RE: Elliwallach
16 Oct '14
In reply to Scum's last post.
MattTheNause
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RE: Elliwallach
16 Oct '14
That's before and wouldn't. Terrible grammar for such a genius.
oilyscum
Posts: 236
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Price:0.70
Predators dream
16 Oct '14
Self-regulation

Because AIM is an unregulated market segment, it escapes most of the mandatory provisions contained in European Union directives – as implemented in the UK – and other rules applicable to companies listed in the LSE. AIM believes self-regulation is pivotal to AIM’s low regulatory burden: companies seeking an AIM listing are not subject to significant admission requirements; after admission is granted, firms must comply with ongoing obligations which are comparatively lower to the ones that govern the operation of larger exchanges; and certain corporate governance provisions are not mandatory for AIM companies. Therefore, AIM-listed companies are often subject to manipulation by institutional investors. AIM-listed companies usually are only required to adhere to the corporate governance requirements of their home jurisdiction, which, as a practical matter, vary widely.[
Eliwallach
Posts: 383
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.70
As I thought
16 Oct '14
Keyboard warrior - when it's just too damn dangerous to chat sh*t in person
oilyscum
Posts: 236
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
Bullying faceless keyboard warrior?
16 Oct '14
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YOU MADE MY DAY!!! LMFAO
mogul
Posts: 74
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.70
oil
16 Oct '14
He makes some comments which are true in terms of dilution most of DL shares should there be a table for this would sit at the top. There is always another side to this though to have a balanced view, you can have debt instead which needs to be paid back. Both of those options can pull a share price down as we have seen with AEX who were hit much harder than Solo due to debt. IN AIM most companies are not making money so they have to be funded in some form. Reef was a bad investment in the end and very frustrating with RNS's that never delivered so confidence after that with Pan was low. Once sentiment changed with LGO doing well and HH investment there is more of a positive outlook that the managment team can deliver.

The key for Solo now is to create an income which there last investment should do early/mid next year.

For an investor it looks good with I am sure a few up and downs along the way.



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