I don't mean to be rude, I'm not like that, but a bit of feedback.....that video was a bit cringeworthy. I would stick to making them just for your own entertainment. You did ask and thought it was only fair to be honest, sorry, Joe.
I don't think Aminex will go through a financial crisis to be honest. As long as the GSA gets signed soon then the extra 3.5m from Solo, should they choose to aquire the further 6.5% will be a good help.. if the GSA isn't signed by June then I would start to worry. In response to your Kiliwani question, I think 10-12p is a bit ambitious - When Ruvuma comes into play then I would say that price is realistic. Killiwani alone is tough to say. I'd like 4-5p being conservative. The fact that it represents our first gas sales should be a positive factor along with a huge sigh of relief in relation to the GSA when it finally is done.
Can you allaborate on your question 'How does the selling price work' I'm not sure what you're asking lol.
I have £5800 in another account in ukog at 2.3-2.9p average so once this goes to tops, I will sell this at 1p under the top value if I can as daytraders finish the ravaging of ukog shares flying like last time. Should get £15k if it hits 8p. Then think of big shares or even trp to increase that £15k or double it slowly. Hopefully make up all.my huge losses. I believe big jay is a astute ceo unlike Andrew bell.of rgm. He can never deliver.
Thanks for the sound good advise I will follow your advise and hold even if we do go thru any financial crisis this year. Well at least I can't blame myself for getting out on the short loosing a good £5k which is better on my account already than not. Appreciate your advise thanks a lot mate. If we are in 4 the long haul, better to be in than out as share price will rocket and wont be able to get in on last minute at price wanted. Another thing what price do u conservatively put Kilmani at for aex holders. I bought in 613888 shares total at average 2.5p. I am hoping for 12p but 10p will do me to get out. How does this selling price work? I have seen kibo go from 2.25p to 12p over 2 days. At 12p sp went down in seconds to 9.25p before daytraders took it to 11p and anyone could have sold easily at 10.4p without broker help. Should I wait it out and see how high aex flies or put in a stop price order with broker. I am new to this thing. I heard of aex last yr, bought at 2.37p and sold at 3.27p. Any advise greatly appreciated.
Very understandable what you are proposing. Most of my week has been me debating whether to quickly sell my Aminex shares and put them into UKOG on a short term basis, and as Sod's law would have it, if I did, I would have made some nice profits.
However, ask yourself this; 1 - How will you feel if the long awaited GSA was signed whilst your shares were elsewhere? 2 - What if the news on Portland Isn't great (unlikely, but possible).
Aminex should do very well when the GSA is signed as it signifies a milestone for the company, plus with the 'going concern' mentioned in the annual report I think the GSA matter has to be dealt with quickly, so Solo Oil can hopefully acquire the further 6.5% and help us on our way.
Also a good poster mentioned that big Jay B is currently in Tanz, so maybe things might fall into place soon.
Hi mate I agree but I think we may end up in financial crash this yr,prob sept. 2015. Obama's fast USA recovery and debt building has already paved the way. There are always big shares on my mind which have hone to yr low like Al noor hospitals. Don't get me wrong plan to buy in aminex again below 2p once profits come in from Al noor. They go 50p fast up and so profits on £20-25k come in to pay for aex shares again, can't see gsa being signed until June at least or July. Ukog should have news before then on portland, it's difficult to buy shares in Ukog at lower price, people not selling, 3p already which as anyone knows is peanuts for Ukog reserves and iow reserves,etc.
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