Good point, NP.
Looking back at my own posting history, I seem to spend most of my recent posting biting back in response to known derampers and folk intent on disrupting these boards.
Bickering with folk who have no genuine interest in other people's opinion and are just here to shout others down and drown out genuine debate is getting tiresome to read (and be a part of).
Anyone not agreeing with THEIR opinion (pro or con) is labelled a troll, and all this 'my share is better than your share' carp and the constant abuse from some posters is just becoming so predictable and pathetic.
Life really is too short to be getting into that, so I will be taking a break from these boards, but will continue to read and await news.
Still a holder, still positive here and not planning on selling any time soon.
Reading the same generic posts day in and day out about MM games, shorts closing, buys showing as sells, placing shares being forward sold, etc does make one lose the will to live after while too.
Good luck to all genuine holders, good to see a blue day after the RNS earlier.
The point of different boards for different shares is so that chat can be restricted (hopefully) to just the pertinent shares on their own particular board.
There will at times be relevant info for more than 1 share which folk can and will share on the boards as well as some friendly rivalry (and often not so friendly).
Good luck with your investments, but I for one am not in the least bit interest in you plugging other shares on a UJO board and as you can see from responses, people will be quick to filter you, ignore you or disregard anything you have to say, good intention or not, especially when your first posts here are relating to other shares.
If you want advice on any other shares, try their own boards, but more importantly, dyor.
Wouldn't a buy-back program be a better option for both the company and shareholders?
Again, something for much further down the line, would much prefer a dividend when the new wells start generating cash - maybe in the 2020 year end results?
"Do remember these folks can flip from ramping to de ramping a share. This does not remove them from the database at all, they remain. However, this should show you who is trusted or not - going from ramping one day to deramping later is a sure sign!
If they have a high post count they won't want to give up their account and go back to being a low post count #nocredibility type, however you will be much wiser..."
Yes, new investors and any possible II's will of course take the bod's past performance into account, but will look at the fundamentals and base their investment decisions on those with the possible risks associated with the past.
Some will see this as a risk worth taking, others not.
Down here like many and not willing to add any more, but see this as a potential for new money and continuing to hold and awaiting any news on planning, the upcoming meeting, etc.
May still be 6 -9 months away for any decent upturn though.
Good post Thorpedo.
Sells being disguised as buys is just a ridiculous comment, as has been clearly stated on many times before NO ONE can possibly accurately report whether a trade is a buy or sell by the detail that is obligated to be reported to the market at the point of execution.
A false and misleading post to suggest otherwise.
Maybe we are just waiting for the Buy algorithm to be switched on (another old favourite)? Lol
Tick tock as someone used to say.
I used the same email address you noted, taken from the Angus website for contacting them.
I think there is a personal email for GL, but don't know the address. I will have a look back through posts to see who the other poster was.
I felt that we would get a one-off 10% day on arrival of the rig, but the planning would push this higher.
Seems the rise of the last few days may have been in anticipation of approval. Too early to tell, of course, but all moving in the right direction here.
I thought the plan was that the first 2 wells would fund the next one and so on?
Great result today and activity expected to start on site within the next couple of weeks.
Who will spot the rig first?
My understanding was that if viable, there is enough cash in the decommissioning pot to enable all the red tape and reconnection to be done, so Saltfleetby is covered as a standalone project.
A new proposal would then have to be submitted for abandonment with costing, so presumably some of the profits raised over the life of the project would have to be agreed to be allocated to decommissioning when required.
Sure I saw something along those lines in an RNS.
'Switching off for the day' is DHC speak for "I've had my say and I'm not interested in any further discussion".
Rest assured, he will be back later when all has quietened down, especially with his new favourite topic of "our new HNW TR1 holder". All imo, of course.
He was always just off to the shops, or going down the gym after a bout of ramping on the ukog board to avoid answering any questions and popped up on other boards almost straight away.
Amazed he has reached almost 10,000 posts without a ban.
Bets on him reaching the 10k posts by the end of this month?
Good luck all genuine investors here, some positive news and a nice rise today.
He's in full ramp mode over on ANGS now they have a new TR1 holder.
You know the drill. Same posts, different board.
Filtering anyone with less than 100 posts as a multiple ID, MM's closing shorts, ukog holders switching to angs, quoting carefully selected 'facts' along with generous assumptions taken from official sources, SP heading back to 15/16p, etc.