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Share Price: 30.25Bid: 30.00Ask: 30.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.83%Open: 30.50High: 31.00Low: 29.75Yesterday’s Close: 30.25


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CHAPPI
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RE: Rowman Oohmwrels
31 Jan '15
SPKiller

What the muck has it got to do with you lol?
 
SPKiller
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RE: Rowman Oohmwrels
31 Jan '15
You have a "much lower average than ever before."

In a share that has collapsed in price that isn't difficult is it? You may have had an average of £4.10 and now you have an average of £2.... and be losing considerably more money.

So what's your point?
CHAPPI
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RE: Rowman Oohmwrels
31 Jan '15
Strategy = same as day one

But with a much lower average and more shares than EVER before...

What's your strategy here?
SPKiller
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RE: Ban
31 Jan '15
I think it will be good for everyone in the long run that you don't post there any more. Probably not good for you having all of those arguments, day in day out and I think it will settle down a bit, now you've gone.

It seems much calmer here and LSE seem to do a very good job of moderating. Very few people trading insults and just talking about the shares.

I see you've only been posting here for less than a year. I'd like to say "welcome" to you from all of us long time LSE members.
MarkESmith
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Hmmm...
31 Jan '15
Many suspect ISIS is funded by SA, and they don't care if POO falls to $20.
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RE: Yes, but...
31 Jan '15
If Saudi Arabia are spending money on stopping ISIS then they will be the first ones to increase POO in order to fund stopping the ISIS threat , it will not be in their interest to keep the price so low
takahe
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PDPGPB
31 Jan '15
Thank you for that.
It will be interesting to see how it affects POO this coming week.
Have a nice evening.
MarkESmith
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Yes, but...
31 Jan '15
ISIS aren't disrupting supply, they sell it. So no effect on POO.
takahe
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MarkESmith
31 Jan '15
Obviously you sound like ACT from the ADVFN thread, one of the most appalling posters there and one of the ones whose totally inaccurate and rather libellous posts were sent to Cole, prompting his latest video message.
You openly say there that you are shorting XEL and rejoice in the losses of holders.
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RE: Why?
31 Jan '15
Oil is helping to fund ISIS and they have been recruiting in Saudi Arabia

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/01/31/saudi-arabia-faces-isis-threats-during-transition-new-king/





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