I figured what is the point in putting posters on filter who have more than one identity, in any case now that admin have made it clear they will not tolerate personal attacks there is no longer need to filter posters, just report instead.
I'm afraid your bitter posting history proves otherwise. Clear admission of when you sold and then an ongoing campaign to bash the stock tells the story that being invested here previously has been a damaging experience that you are still unable to get over.
If you are only interested in the end game and not daily moves up/down ... why are you here every day?
You're wasting your own time, ultimately your trolling efforts are futile as they will not help your investments elsewhere. Try and understand this point!
instead of deleting posts from people who are fed up of this board being filled with people who are deliberately posting to cause a negative impact on the share price and for no other reason than to stir up trouble on the boards. Yes, I can filter but that doesn't stop these characters posting deliberate lies about Range Resources.
Why will you not take action against these people ?
????? So should I BUY or SELL or HOLD Range and LGO and MXO iyo, Saltdome. And why? Incidentally, can you advise how to filter a poster? Have had you on my filter for about 4 weeks and it doesn't seem to work. Have mentioned it to Admin. Others may have a problem filtering you.
I would like propose an Idea. when poster places another poster in there filter it may be a good idea if the poster got notified prior to there next post that why there can be no excuse for replying, addressing the poster.... also should Admin Impose filters on posters then they should be respected for seven trading days to allow a cooling off period; however should this cooling off period not be enough then the imposed filter should remain in place.
please rec & report this post as we have individuals on this public forum, rrl bb, who state they have filtered posters but have not as they feel it is there bb and feel they can police it.
Have not seen any questions for next Q&A, but perhaps DC might put a few figures on deep drilling. The last presentation back in January explains why they believe their current plan will be very effective:
"Most fields in Trinidad have been traditionally produced by “primary recovery”, which uses the solution gas dissolved in the oil to provide the driving force to produce the oil to surface•
This is a cost effective way to produce initial oil, but recovers only about 15% of the oil-in-place –85% of the oil remains in the reservoir.
Waterflooding can recover at least a further 15% of the oil-in-place.
As we seem to be attracting so many strays from both LGO and MXO onto this board I thought it would be interesting to post 6 months performance graphs comparing both comanies with RRL over that period, makes for an interesting picture, I know where I am happy my money is invested in, Range Resources.
Where are you hiding? Got an answer for your Thursday statement . Do you have an RNS showing "As we all know BOPD is low and falling dramatically." Can you tell us all about the dramatic fall in production as many of us have been waiting for current bopd rates?
Look back a year and explain to me why we exceeded £100m MCap, yuff. What was our bopd then? AIM is a great mystery, isn't it.
As long as you say "I have a hunch that even 2000bopd would not cause MCap to exceed £100m" and imply with your "Lol" that you think your post is going to be amusing, I have no quibble at all with you. But we do have cash, we do have new rigs and we do have a US$50m credit line for our long term plan. And bond has been paid, and any Lind outstanding monies have been budgeted for - so anything less than expected from Lind settlement could be a useful cash injection.
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