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Try a helpline ,.RKH gorski
A bit like the Russian opera singers in italy, praising Putin
Maybe wuhan virus?
Seems to be a lot of illness, bad luck knocking about, check out RKH bb
Willow . ----our posts crossed . sorry to hear about your mother inlaw , i had the same problem when my mother had bowel cancer 35 years ago appalling treatment by the consultant, i was at one time banned from going near him , disgusting man not fit to be a doctor . She suffered a lot of pain before she passed . that was in Thatchers day , for the nhs it has been downhill ever since .Any way, do as i advised , dig around, it's an interesting journey . Best wishes.
Willow . As far as the future is concerned , it is the establishment that steals from our offspring . Ask yourself why the little business man and the man in the street has to pay every penny tax , yet huge concerns that make massive amounts of money pay almost nothing . I don't want to get into talking about money paid to the nhs or earmarked for large government contracts . Dig deep , and you will find things are not always what they seem . dyor. You can start with the history of banking .
Fair point Olly, I acknowledge that. I am no fan of the NHS in its current form and believe it should be cleansed of inefficiency, malpractice, rent seeking and much more.
Am also very hacked off with them at the mo as my much loved mother inlaw was admitted very recently with lung cancer and a uti and she received appallingly negligent treatment. Because she had a cough (lung cancer) and temperature (uti) no staff would go near her for about 10 hours. No antibiotics, no drip or drinks to rehydrate her. Needless to say she died shortly after, not from her cancer but an infection. Hence she is a non-covid casualty of this madness.
So excuse me folks if I don't hail the brave doctors and nurses.
Willow I think you need to read my post again , i was talking past not future .
Olly, how much borrowed, debt based currency would you have us spend on the inefficient and sclerotic NHC? Do bare in mind that every pond borrowed for today's spending has to be repaid with interest by our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Are you advocating that we steal from the future and impoverish future generations (even more than we already do)?
"Total health spending in England was around £129 billion in 2018/19 and is expected to rise to nearly £134 billion by 2019/20, taking inflation into account. In 2018/19 around £115 billion was spent on the NHS England budget.9 Jul 2019"
Isn't that enough?
That happens a lot, I bought a substantial number of shares a few weeks ago which was recorded as a sell.
Like you, I have confidence in Asher, he owns about a quarter of the company so it is in his and his family’s interest. I have to say he came across as very genuine when I met him briefly at the LSE presentation in February. I will be holding and maybe buying more.
The 35% increase in the price of oil in the last 24 hours will help.
The reason the NHS cannot cope is caused by many many years of under funding , governments of any colour have no interest in the "great unwashed" , as they all have their private medical insurance , we are here to work and pay tax and be lied to . I also think Willowman and Jimarillo have a point . -------I notice that buys are going through as sells including mine , still buying as i have confidence in Asher , not many aim shares have directors who have as much "skin in the game as he has" .
When you are placed is such an extreme environment as these doctors with very limited protective clothing you are going to get a more substantial effect from this virus. It didn't help that most of these doctors were elderly as well
2013/2014 28,000 people died from flu in the UK
Extract from OUR GOVERNMENT'S WEBSITE:
Status of COVID-19
As of 19 March 2020, COVID-19 is no longer considered to be a high consequence infectious diseases (HCID) in the UK.
The 4 nations public health HCID group made an interim recommendation in January 2020 to classify COVID-19 as an HCID. This was based on consideration of the UK HCID criteria about the virus and the disease with information available during the early stages of the outbreak. Now that more is known about COVID-19, the public health bodies in the UK have reviewed the most up to date information about COVID-19 against the UK HCID criteria. They have determined that several features have now changed; in particular, more information is available about mortality rates (low overall), and there is now greater clinical awareness and a specific and sensitive laboratory test, the availability of which continues to increase.
The Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) is also of the opinion that COVID-19 should no longer be classified as an HCID.
If you live on a diet of media fear porn then the truth of what is happening will forever escape you. At the very least open your fear filled mind, tame the reptilian brain and look behind the stage scenery.
@brig “ all the way to at least 4p on spud...” that seems ambitious, I was hoping for 1 to 1.5p!!
The truth is the VAT man is stuffed for sometime to come and the taxman, council tax direct debts will have been cancelled all over the country. All the above government agency's will have to wait till the country get back to work and get back to some kind of stability. Boris has trashed the system for a long time to come
How can imposing economy destroying calamitous lockdowns be justified when the government itself has DOWNGRADED Covid19 from being a 'High Consequence Infectious Disease' because of it's LOW case fatality rate?
Feck me,...just wish I had a couple of grand spare to buy another 1M shares at this current level...(well I could... but I don't think the VAT man would be very happy :o )
As OMM said "bargain of the century"...(at least this year anyway).
On top of today's RNS, it just shows there ain't a lot of free shares in issue, IMO once the JV partners are confirmed the SP will 'rocket'...NT all the way to at least 4p on spud...
How anyone can Begrudge the Directors taking warrants in Lieu of wages, is beyond me, they have invested millions of thier own cash into this project, at well above current Sp, everyone has the same opportunity, its not thier fault the oil price has crashed, and the project delayed due to the low oil price, if i wasnt invested in other oil stocks , i would be investing in here at this low Sp, it looks to me as if the project will eventually get off the ground, i may come back later for a few,
GLA LTH Shame we havnt got like minded Oil Directors who dare put in as much as Jeremy has, instead of lining thier own pockets .
Bear I take you point but given the circumstances and without a crystal ball to hand I STILL think Asher has played a blinder and a have no problem with them taking warrants price on the quarter day as previous indicated to conserve cash. In fact I would go further and say it is absolutely the correct. Thing to do. These are not options vested in future performance which are usually at a premium, they are in lieu of cash payments owed to directors for their fees. The strike price should
be at market on the day before. IMO this still inspires confidence because they are effectively buyers at 0.2p. As am I.
I agree with OMM, options better than taking cash out of the company.
Like everyone else, I am down a lot but looking to see if I can release some cash to buy more at these prices.
I will be here for the long run.
Mike as I said IMHO Asher played a blinder in the last placing to get it away at that price.
He could as a further show of good faith taken options in Lieu of salary at the placing price. Would of just helped with sentiment.
That being said looks like farm in still going well will just be later than expected which is understandable with the Coronavirus
The most important thing for this company is the price of oil which is beginning to recover on hopes that the USA will somehow join OPEC+ to stabilise the oil market.
Most AIM oilers are up today reflecting a significant improvement for the oil market.
Bone heads are busy berating the issue of warrants with a strike of market price in lieu of cash
in order to save funds.
This is a perfect illustration of AIM investors. Too busy chasing rainbows to look at the facts.
Damned if they do, damned if they don't.
"As previously announced, the Directors will consider issuing further warrants in lieu of fees for each calendar quarter based on the closing price of the stock and the warrant valuation on the last day of the previous quarter and will make an election and announce the issue of warrants (if so elected) at the earliest opportunity in each calendar quarter. This election will be made by the Board with each Director taking into consideration the working capital position of the Company."
Just got to hold or top-up (if funds allow) until this current CV crisis blows over....or sell at a massive loss.
The warrants are in lieu of directors fees owed for the first 6 months of 2020.
This comply changes everything.
First it is entirely appropriate the strike is at market price.
Secondly it does show confidence as they all could have had cash had they wanted
but have decided to preserve company cash in these difficult times.
I am surprised that some posters this morning cannot see this.
I guess everybody is in panic mode at the moment.
I am buying more at 0.2p
Bargin of the century IMO