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You should share your filter list - many might appreciate?
Skwizz, the problem with that is you are assuming that everyone wants to make all of us wealthier. If someone was trying to pick my pocket on the street I'm not going to smile, pass pleasantries, and take a polite in interest in their views on social anarchism and Marxist economics.
People who wear trousers like that don't read BB's never mind post on them - probably one of the regulars on here having a laugh..............................................
It's not something I care about and don't want to read about historical feuds.
Everyone has their own opinions about UKOG's future and news.
That's what I want to read about here.
I have to filter anything which doesn't relate specifically to UKOG's SP, which just wastes my time*.
Anyway, rather than criticise anyone who doesn't agree with our opinions, let's all come together and try to make all of us wealthier.
It would be less constructive if we all agreed with each other;
"If two people think the same, one of them is unnecessary".
[* I am aware of my own hypocrisy here, having diverted two threads with pedantic info about Gibson guitar models....].
I suppose it would save money on RNS'S
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FreeMoney are you assuming that the poster sanderson is indeed SS the ceo of ukog ?
Bladehater - I have been a psychiatric nurse for more than twenty years and although I am not one for diagnosis I would suspect a chronic case of lonesome.
I don't know for sure but, reading that users posts, I don't think it's the person you think it might be.
You constantly are negative about UKOG.
Fair enough, BUT you only ever post on UKOG site.
What are you trying to do????
What is your point?????
Why spend 24/7 on something you don't like????
It's MORE THAN WEIRD imo
Been sacked or overlooked by UKOG??
Bored with life that it's so dull this bb are your friends?????
Any psychiatrists on here????????????????
I wouldn't say that it definitely won't see the kind of rise some are hoping for.
I've been there the last time and seen similar since, though not for a while now.
It's only my personal feeling on it.
I keep records of all my trades and look at patterns.
Nothing to say I'm any more correct than others.
If it's any help, just for now, I'm happy to have different kinds of holding in UKOG.
I have one that I have two pending sells on. One at 10p and one at £1.00.
I don't believe either will be achieved before they expire.
But, when they last achieved 10p, I only had a 5p sell on them.
It went up so quickly that the 10p price was achieved by default.
Not through any skill on my part.
The others I'm more than happy to get a quick sell on.
I look to try and buy and sell somehere within a 10% range.
I set advance instructions in case the SP spikes unexpectedly (this can happen at above the price I've set and faster than I can react), but I will also follow more closely if I think something's getting ready to move.
I may decide to pull the trigger and take a quicker trade.
If you're thinking of trading this share, you want its' volatility.
If you can fix that within a certain range, that's the trick, because you're almost able to predict its' prices.
I've done well doing that, but I've also come a cropper too.
I'm sitting on some shares I bought months ago at 1.9p.
But, as the price has fallen, I've been happy to keep buying.
The day it hit 0.8p a week or so ago, I bought at 0.86 (I probably would not have bought at 0.8p anyway, as that would've worried me).
I sold them two or three days later for 10%.
Bearing in mind an annual bank savings rate of around 1.5%, I'm more than happy to keep doing this.
If I were able to make 5% every week, that's the equivalent of a 260% bank rate.
I appreciate why some folks are wary of this kind of investing, because it's more closely associated with gambling.
But I've found some shares I'm comfortable doing it with (I've done something similar with Blue Prism over the same period and, less so, B.P. Plc).
Again not encouraging or criticising anyone else's investing style, just passing on for information from my own experience.
Hope something about it helps someone, somehow.
Good luck to all for this week.
Once again a thank you for a honest account and reply,,if you were to listen to a lot of posters on gere you would think 2-3p is just round the corner,,i suppose there are a lot of factors involved,,i think i would rather be in at the price i got than rather in a couple of weeks time,,but like you have comme ted it could be about the same price or there abouts in a months time
Just going out to enjoy the day - a few others should try that - save the de-ramping until tomorrow. My prediction for next week - more meaningless posts from Qwerty59. I only hope I am disappointed.
Why has user Sanderson been removed after yesterday?
I see he wrote
"Horizontal flow tests for both Portland and Kimmeridge layers will give some key info to the CPR that is to be conducted after those drills are complete. Reserves will then be calculated. Rig arrival imho signals the start of a very good run for UKOG. Success rate of both drills are pretty much nailed on."
I've seen CEO post briefly on these board before so I know this could be genuine and I see nothing wrong with what is said since any of us well researched investors could have written the same. But it does give confidence for the the CEO to be taking the time to comment and share.
Did anyone grab any other comments.... please repeat in case I missed something ?
Just going out to enjoy the day - a few others should try that - save the ramping until tomorrow. My prediction for next week - 100+ posts about the rig arriving, only to end up disappointed.
I don't wish to promote or demote the share, I'm interested in the SP going up and down or, just up.
A lot of contributors here seem to be hoping to see the peak of two years ago when it briefly hit 10p in a day.
(which would be nice for all of us, holding shares).
For the time-frame you're asking about though, I think we may see the SP relatively the same as it is now.
This is only my personal hunch and has no basis in fact or black-magic; I can see it still being at the low end of a 1 to 2p range.
I'd be happy to be proved wrong and the price to rocket.
As I've already stated elsewhere I can profit either way.
But I don't yet see a reason for any of the hysteria coming from this forum recently to indicate any different.
Otherwise the price would have been higher already with speculators piling in on the prospects being discussed.
It is also still possible that we're all being hoodwinked and there's nothing really there anyway (for which there has been plenty of precedent in the past).
In which case, I'll see you all at the food bank in the morning.
I don't begrudge anyone elses positivity, or wish to curb it.
Some of it does vex me though and I am simply expressing my own feeling, whether that be right or wrong in the event.
The Gibson "LesPaul" model is not a limited edition guitar, as such.
Though selected models/variants of it (of which I own one; a Std 2010 'Limited') in specifically limited production runs.
In reality these are geared to the market Gibson anticipates for a particular model.
Gibson Les Paul guitars are my passion and "Pedant" is my middle name.
Info only, not to cause offence (which appears to be easy to do on this forum).
Each to his own Penguins, just pointing out your track record, no doubt your pessimism leads to great joy in your investing as if you apply it across the board the reality must always be wildly better than your projections:)
Well said Volvic, nice to see someone not only thinking of self, we all want to do well
For the reason why I said HH might not flow - see my earlier post:- 'elsewhere results echoing what was expected at HH by HHDL prior to testing.'
Otherwise the declaration of commerciality by the company has yet to be confirmed by a CPR, I agree it sold be commercial at very low levels of production and the flow rates targeted, if achieved, will presumably support SS's valuations.
Keeping to realistic expectations and awareness of risk is not being negative - posters seeing them as such suggests likely outcomes are more negative than they think.
Although it is hardly surprising penguins disagrees, he has been steadfastly pessimistic since before the original flow testing:)
1. He stated would by flow. X wrong
2. Wouldn’t be commercial X wrong
Ukog & ujo
Hope they both do well
Stick that in your pipes and smoke it
The premis I work on is that you can't have reserves based on a recovery without connection to the OIP you want to recover from.
On your basis do you take Brockham as a data point - and where do draw the zero recovery line, I wonder what Xodus might think?
Of course the decision to not test Brockham made by experts is disputed by non experts - but let's asume the experts got that righr