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I have a free carry here Shen,so haven't lost anything.
"As you rightly point out there is help for us and it will come with the boost to the Providence share price."
You may as well be saying that you are going to win the Euromillions! Fanciful dreamer nonsense!
As you rightly point out there is help for us and it will come with the boost to the Providence share price.
That, of course, will be absolutely no benefit to you but as for your mental condition there is absolutely no possible cure for that.
I suggest you take the tablets, go into a dark room, lie down and cry yourself to sleep and stop self-harming yourself both mentally and physically.
Obviously you are too thick to know the antithesis which applies to me and says "repetitio est mater studiorum".
The motto you have forgotten is "Si tacuisses, philosophus mansisses" which should apply to you in spades and just for good measure, may I quote the late, great Terry Wogan who quoted this one on the BBC one bright St Patrick's morning, "póg mo thóin" which applies even more to you and sums you up in a nutshell and as you are doing it can we wish you "Céad Míle Fáilte." as you do it over and over again. I just hope your lips are sealed.
"What sort of loss are you chewing? It is obvious you are hurting given your very ****ed off antagonistic demeanour."
You calling me antagonistic , that's a joke. The most obsessive contributor to this board yet you agree with absolutely nobody.
P5tvr, as I have said on numerous occasions I have not suffered any loss here ever. Simple.
There are more ways to skin a cat.
What sort of loss are you chewing? It is obvious you are hurting given your very ****ed off antagonistic demeanour.
Give us an idea. €100k? €200k? €500k? More?
I am thinking that you suffer from serious feelings of inadequacy given that you are forever talking crap about how you saved the day. Most of it is obviously lies as your stories change from week to week.
Isn't it very telling that you are the only person here that does that.
You can get help for it.
"Does your family suffer because you blew all your savings and can no longer adequately provide for them? Do you feel worthless and need cheering up?"
TheShen , do I sense the rage of shame coming from you ,and it is in fact you , that has lost money here big time ? So you dissipate your misery by inflicting it on remaining shareholders .In other words a sore loser!
Mangina. Didn't you say "Proves the truth of the old adage: "repetitio est mater stultorum". Which means, "repetition is the mother of fools."
I am thinking perhaps you need to repeat it a few times as you appear to repeat an awful lot of rubbish. Your mother was known as the mother of a fool?
The reason why you amuse me, sheepsh***er, is because you are so wrong.
I have made a fortune out of these shares over the years ever since I invested in Atlantic, benefitted from the 100:1 consolidation and used the funds to help finance the purchase of three houses for my children.
I have indicated to you before that these shares were 8p a share when there were 6billion of the things before they consolidated down to 60m from whence they rocketed to the heady heights of over £6. Now, any fool, even you could make money from that if you had the b***s to invest.
Of course, to do that you have to have money and as you lie in your doorway covered in your filthy duvet that does not apply to you.
And not only did I make a lot of money out of these shares but I bought back heavily when they went to 1p after the Schlumberger disaster and the SpotOn deal fell through which delighted me as I trust the Chinese about as much as I would let you make me a cup of tea.
You do not know the history of the O'Reilly family and their investment in this company. If you did you would know how it has come to pass that it is in the state it is in now but with the new management not having hidden agendas this company will make a fortune in the not too distant future as it has a fantastic portfolio of assets.
And if you think it is going bust explain what happened when they consolidated down from 6billion shares and then extrapolate what would happen if they came down from the current nominal shareholding of roughly 1billion to say 100m shares. The share price would go through the roof.
Not only that but I have made a fortune from other shares, Blinkx, Tremor, Barratt Holdings, Taylor Wimpey, Oxford Biomedia, Earthport, BT, IBM, Autonomy, Hewlett Packard, Sunpower, Fidelity Japanese Trust, Prudential Financial, Smurfit Packaging, Bank of Ireland, AIB, Cement Roadstone, SunTrust, Mercury,Bridge OIl,Keywest, Woodside Burmah . And, believe it or not, I bought iii shares when they were traded and sold them at a profit when it was privatised.
So, as*ho*le, do not try and tell me anything about investing. I have set up all my children, who are all employed either in banking or government positions and making fortunes, so what gives you the right to try and influence people when you are the perfect example of the "p**s or get off the pot" syndrome.
In fact, one of my best investments was years ago I used to get the English Sunday Times. On the financial page it used to list the top 100 companies in the UK with their p/e ratios. Now that is beyond your mental capacity but a p/e indicates a company's potential.
I went through the list and chose the 10 companies with the lowest p/e(s). To my surprise, it came out that they were all British utilities just after they had been privatised. I put £1,000 into each and you would not believe how much money I made.
Go back to the sheep. They are in the same intelligence quotient as you and, I am
"There are some that still have a lot of money invested here,that don't need to listen to your negative thoughts."
I guess you need all the help you can get glaw. How much loss are you chewing? Does your family suffer because you blew all your savings and can no longer adequately provide for them? Do you feel worthless and need cheering up?
Mangina is like the board clown amusing the depressed desperate.
Always a pleasure to read Manyanas posts,Without fail they either make me laugh out loud or put a smile on my face
Keep them coming Manyana
I love to talk about the share. Everyone else loves to talk about me.
I feel the love! ?
Proves the truth of the old adage: "repetitio est mater stultorum". Which means, "repetition is the mother of fools.
Never a truer word was said about the sheepsh*****. God help the poor sheep, especially if it is repetition.
"after it was pointed out to you that most of your supposed concerns are fabrications"
Seriously? I may have missed that part. Who, what, when?
I intend to post my opinion "Be careful!" every few days to allow for additional exposure, given that you bumbling idiots are intent on distracting with anything and everything unrelated to the share.
I accept that my template needs a material update following on from the latest disastrous AGM (or EGM if you live in Manginaland), and the rather revealing Phoenix article, but I am and will be extremely busy over the next week and a half, so you will have to bear with me.
I assure you that I will get around to it.
The chicken farmers and poor peasants need something to be ****ing and moaning about.
Tell you what looks dumb, Shen -- you posting the same two posts two days in a row, after it was pointed out to you that most of your supposed concerns are fabrications. That's the hallmark of a troll, not someone concerned with the facts.
All the fine organisation and careful thinking in the world cannot overshadow poor grammar or confusing punctuation. Poor grammar will undermine your credibility as a writer more swiftly than any other single problem. Punctuation that misleads the reader can actually interfere with communication.
Plus it makes you look like a dumb ****!
Haven't a fing clue what Rocklawn is trying to say. Can anyone translate?
I dont normally post on this board ,but having been a shareholder on and off for nearly 40 years ... its important to understand a few simple facts .... the amount of shares in issue 10/ 12 years ago were tiny in comparison to now ... only base everything on MC .. not the price of the share. The second fact is 30/40 years ago and even going back 10/ 15 years Irish punters were very excited about oil share ... all piled in thinking fortunes were to be made .... gambling is in the blood ... and the Irish, Brits ... and so many of the world's POP.... like to risk .... it's called GREED....s
Other issues that will affect any development going forward is the green climate concern which has the potential of tying up and frustrating any possible progress for many many years.
I would seriously recommend to anyone possibly considering an investment here to consider the above and to choose a different investment opportunity that has the better potential to offer a positive return, and sooner.
Do your own research.
My view to anyone new considering an investment in PVR.
The high likelihood is that the share price will go to zero and you will lose your money.
That is very apparent from the worried tone of other posters on this board some of whom are obviously looking to pump and dump so that they can cut their losses and get out before they have to chew on further massive losses. A lot of members here have suffered huge losses and they are understandably angry, but they aggressively attack anyone who tells a more realistic narrative to theirs. Perhaps they are blinded by their failed investment, but they fail to support any opinions that they have with any data or evidence. They appear to think that results come from prayer and hope!
The company appears to have been mismanaged for many many years in that it has seen its share price drop from £8!! to 1p!! It is languishing currently at 3.5p! The company has lost hundreds of millions of pounds over the years, with little if anything positive to show for it, and has tapped shareholders and new investors by way of massive dilution time after time in order to plug the gaps and keep the lights on. The company depends on significant shareholders now who appear to be forced into throwing good money after bad in order to try and save the sinking ship. The company does not make any money and recently posted losses over £10 million for last year. They do not appear to have enough money in the coffers to survive much longer.
The company owns a number of licenses, the most significant of which is Barryroe. This oil and gas field is believed to contain 346 million barrels (55.0×106 m3) of oil equivalent but has not been proven to be commercially viable. Several attempts were made to find a commercial field at the site in the 1970s but although they struck oil, none were commercially viable. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barryroe
Some suggest that the lack of interest from big players and the continued failure to progress the matter to development in any meaningful way indicates that there is a worrying unknown variable impairing the asset!
A number of efforts (at least three) have been made by management to negotiate a farm out agreement to develop Barryroe, and while many years have been wasted, no development is close. Since the recent failed farm out deal with SpotOn, management have indicated that they will raise the finance themselves and that the Barryroe partners are pursuing a similar development approach, including payment deferrals by individual service providers on equivalent or better terms and a Nordic bond issue.
They suggested in April 2021 that "Arrangement of a revised funding package is well advanced" and "is expected to be concluded before the end of the third quarter, in time to progress a 2022 drilling programme" but have provided little else of substance other than they are in discussions with service providers, brokers, and banks.