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ChickenChallenge
Posts: 639
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Price:0.375
RE: Chicken says this is a goer
24 Jan '17
A drunk CTAG holder
 
WayoftheNorth
Posts: 1,190
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.375
Chicken says this is a goer
23 Jan '17
The chicken man knows his stuff this is going to the moon and back!
The all seeing chicken know it all booooooommmm!
ErraticPhil
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Calm down dears
20 Jan '17
FWIW I think the Chicken chats some good stuff and is a useful foil to some of the extremes sometimes wibbled on here. I have a feeling he is a poster better known on the boards by a different name, although I may be wrong ( I usually am).
Photomic1962
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Chicken Challenge
20 Jan '17
You STILL haven't a clue what you're talking about. I have been with MXO from the outset, ASTAR before that and PPA before that. I know exactly what's going within the company I'm invested in.

You are a Prize idiot unaware of what's been going on, what's more, EVERYONE on MXO assumed that Mexico was going to be big: ie. The GEO/Pemex JV, the Winning of FOUR Blocks and the potential SP. The CEO SOLD off the Blocks, so the SP did nothing. After that, was the Nigerian Debacle which was a total cock-up by the CEO, who in my opinion is incompetent to run the show. Now the Chinese are pretty much in control and will not let SO run amuk to wreck THEIR SP.

It was ramped up by all on the basis of it all coming together, but you appear to blame me, so if you want to do that, collectively, you can blame the entire MXO Forum.

I would suggest that you take any further comments away from this Forum and speak your mind over there and see what they have to say about the Blocks, Mexico and Nigeria. It's all History and they won't want to talk about the past, so either let it rest or stick to keeping with the RRL topic.

You are about to Filtered as yet another twerp and consigned to becoming invisible. Best way, not seen or heard. End of...
ChickenChallenge
Posts: 639
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Price:0.3805
RE: Chicken challenge
20 Jan '17
you pumped Mx oil on the promise of massive contract wins in Mexico. It didn't get any. You believed that it would happen. It makes me chuckle that you talk about research , your research was completely wrong on Mx oil.

If you managed to make money on a sp pump that is irrelevant to the fact that you got it completely wrong. It was laughable the carp you came out with about how big MX was going to be based on its mexico operation. And btw, I don't need to put any questions to Stefan.
Photomic1962
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Chicken challenge
20 Jan '17
If you looked and watched, MXO went to 5p, but I guess that you didn't take a lot of notice? I did well on that and so did many other's. So many wise investor's went into MXO and many remain for better things. What makes me chuckle is the fact that those who are susceptible to manipulation by other's, probably wouldn't be here in the first place! We pick our share, research it via what we read, so the main 'Pimp's are the one that sold you this share (IF you are invested). Mostly these are generally wrong and therefore we nearly always lose money, so you need to blame 'The company' for over-emphasising the share (normal), and those who buy a 'Pup', me included.

'Pimping' shares goes on every day whether it be here, MXO or right across the AIM, so your comment is completely redundant.

Regarding any deals done in Mexico, or Spin-off's which came from that is a question you need to put to Stefan Oliver, the CEO, and let's also look at this from another angle. The Chinese are here, and the Chinese are also a majority Shareholder in MXO. Unless I'm mistaken, are the Chinese wasting their time investing in RRL AND MXO. I doubt it, but what we DO have is continuing Revenue coming in PLUS a new offload of Oil due within the next month or which will generate MORE cash and a better SP. Further more, Stefan is exercising more potential by issuing a MoU with Granada , so overall, we have a better Share price than RRL, and more potential in the short term.

Before you pass comments on MXO, make sure you know what you are talking about. lol
ChickenChallenge
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RE: Edited!!
19 Jan '17
photo, yet it didn't stop you piling into MxOil did it. When you were pimping MxOil and the things it was going to do in Mexico, it was laugh a minute. Did it end up doing one deal there btw ?

I think some people just have a type of personality that is more susceptible to manipulation than others.
Photomic1962
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Edited!!
19 Jan '17
If I were a new Investor, I would avoid Range altogether. Similarly, I would avoid Oil. The costs that go into Drilling may benefit some Oiler's, but from the AIM Oiler's I have been in over 12 years or so, invariably means the Shareholder will rarely get any benefit unless they trade the Highs/Lows. LT Holdings can be ruination if you get it wrong and whatever Projects sound appealing with carefully worded RNS's rarely or never come to anything for the likes of us.

Puntland was going to be 'the one', even BMD had 400p guessed on that, which if Range struck BIG, it could well have been, now look? The future is in Electric Cars and technology, Batteries and all else that goes with it. Tanfield is one such company, but not yet although they did well a few years ago.

I have 'designed' a concept (only) to do with Electric Car Charging and a way the Government could put to work the idea once petrol shows signs of noticeable decline, as one day, Petrol/Diesel for ROAD Traffic will be 'banned' and have a special Licence granted for events....eventually. It's very in depth, complex and a bit wayward in some respects, but it I think it's do-able in one form or another when finds a way of manufacture although the Idea itself needs Patenting! The costs of such a project may be fairly high, but Electronics will play a major part, and the part(s) themselves could well be cheap in the long run. BUT it will either work in some form... or be totally useless depending on who's already dealing with this now, and there's bound to be somebody! I'm working 10 years in advance, and I even sent Peter Jones a taster....several times over but I didn't get a reply. What I didn't do, is give him any details... just a vague clue as it's completely different ball game and I didn't want the general concept nicked!

Sounds interesting doesn't it?!! The idea once and if patented COULD be worth a fortune....or not a single Penny...one of those 'Bright Light' ideas! Most fail.
Photomic1962
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Price:0.3805
Mickdee
19 Jan '17
If I were a new Investor, I would avoid Range altogether. Similarly, I would avoid Oil. The costs that go into Drilling may benefit some Oiler's, but from the AIM Oiler's I have been in over 12 years or so invariably means the Shareholder will rarely get any benefit unless they trade the Highs/Lows. LT Holdings can be ruination if you get it wrong and whatever Projects sound appealing with carefully worded RNS's rarely or never come top anything for the likes of us.

Puntland was going to be 'the one', even BMD had 400p guessed on that, which if they struck BIG, it could well have been, now look? The future is in Electric Cars and technology, Batteries and all else that go with it. Tanfield is on such company, but still not yet although they did well a few years ago.

I have 'designed' a concept (only) to do with Electric Car Charging and a way the Government could put to work the idea once petrol shows signs of noticeable decline, as one day, Petrol/Diesel for ROAD Traffic will be 'banned' and have a special Licence granted for events....eventually. It's very in depth, complex and a bit wayward in some respects, but it I think it's do-able in one form or another when one can find a way of manufacture although the Idea itself needs Patenting! The costs of such a project may be fairly high, but Electronics will play a major part, and the part(s) themselves could well be cheap in the long run. BUT it will either work in some form or be totally useless depending on who's already dealing with this now. There's bound to be somebody! but I'm working 10 years in advance. I even sent Peter Jones a taster....several times over but I didn't get a reply. What I didn't do, is give him any details... just a vague clue as it's completely different ball game!

Sounds interesting doesn't it?!! The idea once patented would be worth a fortune....or not a single Penny...an all or nothing idea.
bobo
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Price:0.351
RE: odd
19 Jan '17
Ah! Knew someone was up to summat!!

Careful Celtic will have you down as the arch-manipulator causing all those small trades ;))




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