A trades such as these kept HAWK depressed in a narrow margin for some months, causing some agitation and comments about manipulation £50 trades moved to £200-£450 trades then £1000- £3000 they stopped as the SP increased up in stages to 275% of original, so in some ways the interest of computer initiated trading could be seen as a good sign on the other hand may well be nothing in it. Will be watching with interest
thanks the slow start to share price moving has suited me as i have been buying more amer shares , now it looks like share price is starting to move up as more people buy in with more good news , and now watching out for next update
LM Agree, with results of the Farc induced strike receeding and current talks with the govt. to bring them into the fold ( if successful), will also have a positive effect on SP here. Though I would think the drugs money may be too much of an inducement for some factions to give up the financial benefits of the terrorism path much the same as the RIRA in Northern Ireland created a breakaway group. Still after a year some way to go yet it seems. http://www.economist.com/news/americas/21589861-just-agreement-reached-news-assassination-plot-highlights-risks-peace However disagree with you on reserves build up, not so much a build up but phenomenal to the point of doubling a number of times over the past few years. So much so that it raises queries whether with the new pipeline they can have enough capacity to transport their production,. A good problem to have, Can see the current 60-70p broker forecasts being broken
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