I had several try to chase me away from here a couple of years ago. AML may have fixed some of the plumbing but the structural problems remain. The cars are great but the dealers and the whole feel about the brand is still firmly in the 1980's. It's now a case of another massive cash call or bankruptcy IMO, I bought a few at 700 thinking I may have found the bottom, sold 50% when I quickly realised that the real size of the task is too big without external funding.
I'm sure the brand will remain, the residuals suggest that to be so. I believe it's uninvestable now though (again) - follow the money..
That's what I'd possibly aspire to if I was paid buttons to post nonsense on a bulletin board 24/7 - or if I was small irritating little man and couldn't see over the steering wheel of anything larger ??!
No precedent currently set for stealing assets. A few boats and Russian toys currently inaccessible, many bank accounts etc frozen - but nothing of note stolen ..! The Oligarchs have more to lose with that type of nonsense.. I'm in here, have been trading for a couple of months. Not an insignificant amount as of today.
Woop Woop - Oil revenues up 1000%, Oil price at a multi-year high. Cash in the bank and no debt, and Heid posting a dozen times a day 365 days a year - almost certainly being paid by the company to try and get the price up.
The value of the company is less than the amount raised and you'd still be over 25% below water if you invested in this d@(g)**** 12 months ago.
Trust and credibility is still shot so no-one is rushing to buy..Woop Woop
RE: HL is the largest retail broker in UK15 May 2022 09:58
Hi mapp, thanks for the kind words. Managing money is my job, trading shares and ETF's etc is my hobby.
Why are you so negative about HL, surely you don't think they have a responsibility for the FRR situation ? Hopefully you weren't in too deep, plenty of opportunity to make it back if not ??! Risk and reward good here, plenty of other cyclicals too, we're probably not at the bottom but we're nowhere near the top either - value..!
agree scaredy, the statement is deliberately broadly positive because they feel that they're now in a position to do well going forward. Happy with my position here, happy to add on any further market weakness.
Your opinions on sport are ill considered and irrelevant to me. I never said she’d left you, I implied that she was made up - just like your RBD shareholding. My accusation/opinion as to why you’re here is that you’re paid to be here, I also suggested that you and RNST are one and the same !!
How about dealing with these points rather than detracting with irrelevant talk of Sir Lewis Hamilton - a knight of the realm.
I was looking for it, I would have found a reference to it because I also knew he'd said it - I've taken the p155 out of him for it amongst other things. It was around March last year when I was pointing out that he and RNST were one and the same - paid stooges..!!
"persi, one question if I may, if you're to be believed and have managed to find someone to spend at least 47 years with you, that must mean you're in your 70's (FWIW Persi and RNST were misspelling you're and your at the same time then). If that's the case why have you not managed to make enough of a fist of it to be able to kick back in your twilight years rather than spending all week and weekends trying to turn a few quid by picking a few pockets and pi55ing everybody off at the same time on here ? Maybe you failed when it really mattered and are just bitter, or are just badly wired"
Nothing changes, he's still being paid to spout the same sh!(T)
persi, as clueless about sport as he/she is about share dealing - who would have thought ?!
3 things persi, who the F is GW (you ignorant cre(tin) ? Lewis would have beaten anyone at the same age at any point, and still would in the equivalent car. Mother time, he's 37 GR is 24. And crucially, there is still a long way to go..
"Anyone with a substantial holding here may be thinking the reward versus risk equation may well be satisfied better by moving a greater proportion over to Union Jack Oil. The prospects seem far greater there seeing that they are producing and making money"
There is one thing being an annoying, clueless, potless pr1(ck) and another when you stray into the legalities of providing regulated financial advice. Be careful persi, make sure you don't overstep the mark with your antics, there are one or two on here with the time and resources to spoil your day..
RE: Daybreak Oil & Gas SEC Release22 Apr 2022 09:41
persi is now back to focus on RBD as UJO has been too successful of late for his nonsense to be listened to - not that anyone who faces the right way listens to the complete waste of blood and organs
a really clever person (which you obviously think you are) would have spent less time being a d1(ck) over the last 6 months and more time buying the RBD and UJO shares which have gone up by around 300% - give or take.
I've dealt with fund managers and analysts on a very regular basis for 30+ years. It's a herd mentality of moving money up and down and trying to justify the bigger fees for not just buying tracker funds. They're wrong at least as often as they're right - a FACT that can easily be checked. JP have proved that opinions are like clitorises - every CN(UT)'s got one.
These will be 1.20 before the end of the year - everything else is just noise - topped up - thanks JP ..
If I own an office block and my rent more than covers my outgoings, and I decide not to pay my milk bill, I’m not insolvent. I’m just a bad payer, which will stop me getting more credit and probably more milk. The Rose Tinted distressed fire sale of assets that were worth a lot less than what is now owed will fix the problem. Will it, will it really ???! Will it F..
You are in denial, the company is effectively insolvent. If they get bailed out it would be solely for the benefit of the company bailing them out. Why would anyone dilute their own value along with any additional funding to benefit existing shareholders ? The company had a market cap of a lot less than what it now owes. At best it’s likely to be debt for equity with existing shareholders getting just the crumbs, it’s not rocket..