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The time to short this would have been from 13p to 4.1p and you would have required access to a bundle of stock .... around that time Kairat did take a big loan against his stock ..... that is now history and the S.P is against climbing from 4.1p to 10p ..... next stop the first bag at 20p... there is no access to a bundle of stock anymore, anyone running a short would be completely stupid and the people that do this understand the risks and the funding costs involved - much much more likely to go long.
Let's have it right shorting is legal corruption in my eyes how can someone borrow your stock and use it against you? It's no wonder firms are going tits up. Shorters always seem to be around shares that have bonds coming to fruition and stranglehold the price so that a firm cannot place to cover payment. Bondholders and shorters go hand in hand they did it at gkp taking 90 plus percent equity the scrumbags all with the help of a patsy CEO...
Jester ... not now Kairats share are back in sticky hands ... and shorting wouldnt get closed off in time with each Dee flowing or acquisition news ... maximum penalty risk for any open positions.... these guys arent silly they will work the numbers ....
Mo - AIM 50 - at the AGM someone asked if AIM was the correct platform for CASP - Tim Field was openly shaking his head at that one.
Clive covered it by saying they were approached and asked if they wanted to join so replied yes that would be fine, didn't look into it but released it in the RNS as potential event, then nothing happened from the AIM 50 side so they forgot about it.
Longer term I think this is moving onto another bigger platform ....
It would be nice if the New Year kicked off with Index buying but whether that happens on the first of Jan or first of April next year in the end is of no consequence once one of the Deeps starts flowing and with the steady increase on the MJF there is an inevitability about the rerating happening in the next six months.
Must admit CC, thought of dividends warms the ****les !!!
Was just having a look at AIM-50 and whether CASP's aspirations are realistic...
To get to 35th CASP will need a market cap ~£350m, that equates to an SP of 18.5p, is realistic should we get some deep success. To be included at the next review December 2019, the cut-off is around the end of November...
Shorters will stear clear until the price has fully rerated and the drilling programme is over - then the company will introduce the dividend framework so I'll be past caring at that point what they do, be quite happy to sit back with Kuat and Co as they rip the dividends out....
A lot of that inward buying is going to be index lead too. Once the share price is above 25p there should be steady support coming in from funds who are forced buyers because of compliance and the need to invest in apparently liquid stocks. However with 80% of this in firm hands there may not be quite as much stock around as they need which should squeeze the stock up further.
Hopefully there will be a few shorters burnt as things unfold.
Mike, there's a few of us with a lump tied in here on this board, more on advfn board and no doubt lurkers who don't post...
As soon as a deep comes on line the shares will get even stickier , Clive has pointed out the Kazaks and Koreans are holding firm and haven't been trading ( sidestepping the Kairat share loan question, but as price risen and destabilised think we can assume that is now repaid), just the U.K holders trading them now, as soon as they stick the S.P can rise and rise ... common sense share investment...
The problem with AIM stocks are the shorter attacking anything that has risen, who is going to open shorts against a firm that has an extended MJF well programme updates rolling out as a drip feed to the market every month or two, plus a deep well programme that every few months will announce a new spud date for a deep, then add in Tim Field for an acquisition or two....
This thing is going to attract inward investment and it will spike time after time as it would be suicide to short it into rising production numbers, first production will double on mjf, then double again, then with the deeps double again, then 3AB/ Total lands will double again .... the share price is going to leg, up, retract, leg up retrace, leg up - Im sure you get the picture.
If people shoot their bolt at the first leg up in this more fool them, AIM is about winning or loosing that is the binary play - with CASP even if you are no good at investing my opinion is buy at 10p and hold until it is more than 10p then sell, even a loser can be a winner here ....
Was having a nose at Baker Hughes penetration charges...
Have some fnarff, fnarff type names, like "deep penetration" and "big hole", lol, bet was a giggle naming them :-)
Top of the range is the ZX charge, 30+ inches into concrete, it's the one that goes 30% deeper, XS is the one you use when you intend to frac etc, as creates a bigger diameter hole and better access to the formation behind the casing.
Hi Diver ... Dont see this as an aim gamble, it's not the usual sell on drill binary play ... proven producer shallow field to underpin a one bag increase in sp by next spring at latest ... that is 20 - 25p
Then the deeps.. 20p per deep due to a premium for future large volume production.... this could easily be a pound in the short term ... what it wont be is 10p ( been a bloody long time coming I know).
Theres a lot of holders loaded into to at way above average aim investment levels ... seriously good investment opportunity here .... many of us lth's still thinknof it as proxy roxy ... it isnt just a name change that's gone on here...
Some huge buys yesterday, you have got to ask yourself would anyone buy anything over £10k worth on an AIM gamble without knowing some serious information, those £40k and £50k buys are way beyond most PIs budgets, good news is coming and its going to hit hard ........... 20p spike on the 1st deep to flow, retrace to 17p then steady build up from there to the 2nd deep to flow .... 30p