In line with market expectations for year end. Tick tock, goes the FRR clock!! ;-))) It started as an investment to make 50% profit in 09. It's been losses and adding since. The highs of expectation , drowned by the lows of disappointment. Still here, more shares than ever, made a profit closing a T20 recently. The first ever profit on frontera for me. I'm happy with what I have now, 1 million shares in my ISA and the best part of a mill in open trading account. Don't imagine I will be able to our anywhere near a million shares when this years ISA allowance is ready for filling with FRR shares. Roll on tbe coming weeks, months and possibly years. ATB
when to stay in frr would most of the time, if not all, come down to what your looking for & with Frr from where we are at the moment a 10p level of sp, is something special then between 15-20p I would call very special then anything after that I will not try & put a word to.
I have had a few .... Was in rockhopper at 11p and gkp at 18p , afren at about 10p- but I agree knowing when to sell is the had bit - that's not only when they are going up .... Cutting your losses if equally hard
The other hard bit is finding one with the potential .... That's why I like this one
£1 is being very optimistic and I suspect a lot of us would've sold out at 50p...can anyone give an example of an o&g share that has gone up 113 times within a few or even 5 years? Would love to think FRR could do this, but i have seen many dips after large gains..the problem with aim is knowing when to sell!
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