I will blindly follow anyone who cheers Range from the terraces. It seems such a natural thing to do. And I will boo those who constantly see only bad things in the company I have invested in. It seems such a natural thing to do, as long as BOD is efficient and hits their goals. The doomsters like you claim realism and research is behind their posts, but it seems to be a mixture of jealousy and bitterness that some are now in a position to do rather well at last. Or just plain trolling and nuisance posts. Yes, it has been a long 15 months since RSR was appointed and a long 7 months since Chen was appointed - but they have both developed so much better teams than the previous management imvho. And Chen has been hailed a hero only last week by a lot of people who hardly ever appear on these boards, and I bet some of them made some serious money at 1p.
52 posts under Handsome!! Time for a name change surely. Have you had osman or moans yet, crybabyheart?
Very vague memories of Mickey Gooding and had to look him up. Born 1959, one full season with Wolves and scored quite a lot of goals. Now an estate agent in Berkshire and commentates on Reading games for Radio Berkshire.
The one from the north-east that I remember very well was Jimmy Mullen (1923-1984). He was one of the "greats" of the 50's who kept winning everything. Scored 6 goals for England in 12 appearances. Every single Wolves player then was an International (7 for England alone) and they would crack defences open with Johnny Hancocks on right wing and Jimmy Mullen on left wing just punting the ball the width of field to each other with inerring accuracy. Happy days. No 11 was my position, so tried to copy him a bit.
Your logic and probably logic of your ticky friends is that bopd engineers share price. Therefore 650bopd (not 620 that you claim) = .65p and 3000bopd = £3. Absolute nonsense. Swansea is considerably more successful than the Magpies, but which club is worth more?
Tesco were much more successful that JS in 1980's (I know, because I was a Tesco manger with loads of options). Yet JS shares were consistently higher than Tesco. Why? Something to do with image, history, confidence in brand etc.
Our Range shares were over 10p when v little drilling was happening. They were 2.7p a year ago approx when v little drilling was happening. So sp this week is a bit harder to predict than you think.
That is a measured and persuasive post, bewareshadows. Like you, I expected this to rise above a penny and stick at about 1.15p-1.2p without more good news to push it on to next level. That has not happened and the amount of selling on first day was garagantuan and stopped sp from getting above a penny for more than a few mins. And much of selling, I suspect, was by shareholders like yourself who wanted to get a bit of cash in the bank after 6 months of wife nagging, credit card bills mounting etc. Since then, market has been pretty dead yet price has fallen. I think there must be reasons for that, and those reasons have nothing to do with Range or expectations currently. ( I blame handsome :-) No I don't really - I know he and ticky chums booing from the terraces are an irritating irrevelance).
But we will see next week. As I don't want to sell south of about 3p, and have no need to, I am very relaxed and very happy about what is coming out currently from Range. But a very long way to go to get past the psychological £100m MCap and then the planned-for £300m MCap that will get us out of Aim. I say a very long way - but a week is a long time in Range sometimes, and even this week it is possible we could see £100m, as Range is full of shocks and surprises.
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