I'm sorry my friend, but I wasn't referring to you as a twit for trolling or being anti-fraccing, it was because you blamed someone else for being a thief when you made your investment and may lose money. But then, we all make mistakes - I shouldn't have said anything.
Down a further 17% today but it doesn't matter how low it sinks - it just keeps going further because there's no interest in buying into this basket case. Forget blaming shorters - start demanding directors start to look after the interests of shareholders for a change.
"You can see from the volume of new posters depicting sudden death of iGas that the shorting attack continues." This concept that shorters are people that post negative comments is ridiculous. Shortsellers are people that sell short. They have no need to post comment here and real shortsellers wouldn't waste their time doing it. There's more than enough negatives with Igas. Like a CEO that has dodgy dealings and won't come clean or explain what the situation is. His two liner saying that all is OK - go away just doesn't cut it. He is a disaster for shareholders and should be ditched asap. He's had more than enough time to set things straight. So 45p didn't hold - just like nothing else has. This SP has no support and there's no telling how low it will go. The predictions of shorters not being able to squeeze much more were just wishful thinking and about as accurate as predictions that 1.00 would hold. As long as people keep selling this puppy won't get up at all.
Beaker, it is important to see the bigger picture. Whether you like it or not the UK will continue to buy fossil fuels from abroad if we don't produce our own. Furthermore when carried out correctly, energy from natural gas is far less polluting than coal yet the UK still gets ~1/3rd of our energy from coal. Maybe if you did some proper research you might see the benefits of fracking and consider it as an excellent intermediate towards energy security and renewables.
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