Hello Brick , Long time no see. I dont post here much these days and sold most of my SOU for various reasons. One was GO coming back - do you remember the stuck drill - I'll watch out for your good posts and maybe I'll buy back at sub 4p. There is a seminar coming up with Doc Holiday - maybe Gandalf will be there as well from the old days
Considering the sea of red today,we should be grateful the share price has held up so well.Surely that has to be a good thing,or is it just MMs playing games.Truth is I don't really know what to think.
Greetings brick....... you maybe be right and if so I will acquire some more, it could possibly get worse before it gets better. I didn't over stretch on the open offer just in case but admin I don't think so that's just being naughty. When crude gets back from his jaunt he'll put you straight, I reckon by your reappearance your getting close to buying back in.
I'm not too sure about the 500,000 x 2 trades either, but I would have thought if they were sells the offer price would have been a great deal lower 4.54p and 4.55p. Also why was the second trade of 500,000 shares at a higher offer price than the first. I also think that some of the trades after the 1,800,000 trade were buys. I would have thought the buyer would have to pay a premium to acquire such a large amount of shares in one trade.... I think the mm's are playing mind games, but they are not going to get my shares until I am ready to sell them.
What I find so funny is how everyone says what a terrible company they are when the SP dips, but the SP really bares little resemblance to a company and its operations. Equally when it takes off the same kind of groups come around and say what a great business it is with great leadership and prospects. A bit of a reality check should be taken once in a while. I think the company is currently undervalued but equally it has an mcap of £15M for a reason! If it was a sure thing with no risk we wouldn't get the opportunity to invest for the potential returns currently on offer.
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