Need to be more fluid on aim though, be prepared to trade hard and pile profits (if any) into the long shots for the occasional bagger. Don't forget there's been some pretty nasty falls in main listed firms
that sums it up - too many decent investors fleeced in the last three years on aim and will not come back - the -ankers that run this show have surely killed the goose that laid the golden egg - so corrupt you could laugh if it wasn't so criminal, I for one will be out and not to return when I can get a decent chunk of my hard earned money back.
I like many on here.have been in bowleven for about 3 years. Sold 2 thirds of my investment at a 50 percent loss and left 1 third in. I seriously don't think we will get any more than a twenty percent rise once money hits our bank.at very most we may see 40p briefly which will be sold into. This ,like all other oilys will never ever get up to the prices everyone was at in 2011 . They all were just massively massively over priced. This was once 4 quid yet had very little in way of assets etc and simply wasn't worth that at all, until this company is making money and lots of it. The share price will be very poor and all long term holders sat on a loss.i like many will be selling into the money in the bank rise before it drops back down to much lower than 30p . This in my opinion will end up a penny share like afren and gsr ,crnd bzm etc
It's all interlinked. Once the money's banked then the Bomono rigs will miraculously start to work and plans for appraisal wells will be published. The path of the drillbit will have been meticulously worked out and Schlum & co will be waiting for the rig to be hired.
Can't believe that Luke didn't have a word in the President's ear so these ridiculous admin delays shouldn't be a problem.. ( Dear Lord, Please...)
I think the majority of long term holders will be mighty p*ssed off if the sp does not rise once the money is in. But at the same time won't be suprised if there is little impact, afterall this is AIM. Other than drilling Bomono what will see this rise significantly ?
I do not believe the SP will rerate. It is surely factored into the SP
What I do believe is that it will be a catalyst for more news that may have been held back which will help the SP Anyone else of the same mind or does everyone think it will rerate on money in bank alone
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