Who saw the Nervesa RNS and sold immediately. They saw it and thought 'never mind about the sucess of the well....never mind about the better than expected flow rate, never mind about the transformation of that company. There's that sneaky BRIDGING LOAN loan there- that alone must make the company 40-50% less valuable. I'm out'
I saw the RNS and thought it was good news. I have a lot to learn about investing...
I believe it will stop when the deramping & shorting campain reaches a nice little entry level for certain investors...that is just speculation mind you but I cannot see the big deal about the bridging loan in an economy where money just does not exist or thrown about anymore. It is possible they have applied for better loan options but they will only tell usthe more guaranteed option. It would be a disaster to admit they couldn't get a more reasonable option and had to settle for a dodgy provident loan. Please correct me if I am wrong, I welcome criticism.
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