Im not sure if you are on a wind up or plain stupid,there are hundreds of firms in the markets that are trading at mutilple future earnings.You think that investors will wait until we get to production yea right and pay a very high price for doing so.A typical investor has a five year investment plan and sooner or later this will reflect in rkh price.first oil in 2017 so about 4 years away.As for a price of 2.30 and beyound that will surpass that with ease sometime this year and i am willing to put money where my mouth is,lets say if we dont see 2.30+ sometime this year i will give £500 to your chosen charity and if it does you give £500 to my chosen charity ,well do you feel lucky punk lol gla...................
So what prompted you to buy at £3.77 I think your on the record as stating? Your arguments then against would of been the same as they are today, and your big fear of Kirchner planting a flag would of also been relevant, Interested to know
No the UK banks are not insolvent, Some are backed by government money true, but that means that the taxpayer is picking up the tab.
In terms of interest rates one would be able to get a more preferential rate for £500,000, than just 2% .Currently if 500,000 had been invested in RKH over the past week, our investor would be down £15,000 already, as against bein several hundreds of £s up if it were in a bank.
There is nothing in RKH to attract the invest for a living type at the moment. Now and again it would seem that MMs creat false blips, then cash in and take their money out. This company is not going to turn in a profit until at least 2019. Even if they drill and strike elsewhere in the world there will still be a lead in time until it can be put into barrels. I only say this as a beware. There seem to be some desparate people who imagine that the sp is set to jump to 230 and beyond. Without news, or profit, its not going anywhere and it could not logically go anywhere at the moment, give it a few years and you can pay off the mortgage
I don't think so, people retire, the man is 60, though probably a return to consultancy work, more money etc. Doesn't alter the size of SL which is the companies jewel in the crown. Bodecott discovered the first oil in the falklands, well done that man, Fiona Macauley to take over his role
I had a similar call a couple of years ago offering me silly money for shares in a shell company which I hold - same story, acting on behalf of a client wanting to take over their "intellectual rights". I followed it through with caution just to see where it was heading, and ended up having a number of conversations with them. They had a reasonably plausible website, which had an address in London that didn't exist, and a phone number which turned out to be call centre in southern Ireland. The outcome was that in order to get the money for my shares (about £20K) they wanted me to pay a "bond" of 10% in order to secure the deal!!!
This company was based abroad, and the FSA rules not only state that companies based abroad cannot broke UK shares, it is also illegal to make an approach by phone. Ask them for their FSA registration number - if they can't give you that, they can't broker your shares. However, if you have the time, and make quite sure you don't give them any personal information, it is quite good fun to string them along for a week or so just to get them excited, then at the last minute tell them go and do one!!
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