To be fair on SYM it wasn't an RNS just a nonrns which are given out for enhanced info rather than to inform of a co. chaging contract. They were very upfront about it being additional too. First paragraph... "Promociones Fantásticas has been using d2w successfully in their straws since April 2017."
So not a lot to complain about except the awful markets really.
Nice predictions for ARB. On the IG charts BTC has just about hit the 12,475 AUG high so if its going to be a D. Top now would be the time for it to stall. If not, well back to the predictions in the link I guess.
thanks Cause17 think I got a bit carried away. They stopped reporting the post anyway. Don't mind that its mocked or ignored, can handle that, who know they may even be right-won't know for sure she's right until she's suicided- but not allowing peeps to see it out of unjustified fear of the share price dropping is just stupid and rude imo.
can you still read the posts? Just asking as likely to happen soon. I posted a link up from a professor on the avct thread just as an aside (no deramping message alongside) and they hatedso much they got it kicked off straight away. Three times noew I think, should stop but hate bookburners and the womans telling the truth so stuff the. Anyway can you still read the forum when banned or do you olose complete access? Scary Irish professor telling facts. https://twitter.com/i/status/1316699691590004737
Not up on this share Krysty but from first look it would seem you need to read up a bit more on the different types of gaps. Not all gaps have to close, those that do are called common gaps these look to have had a breakaway/runaway gap on high volume which doesn't necessarily have to close and is more likely(imo) to become support. Can already see that top of the gap was support Fri would suggest its likely to remain so esp given this was breakout level from the previous range giving fair credence to the breakaway gap scenario imo. Shame can't do charts on lse, bit of a weakness on the forum there. https://school.stockcharts.com/doku.php?id=chart_analysis:gaps_and_gap_analysis
As announced in the Interim Report, a well in the North Uzen structure established the presence of oil in a Triassic aged sandstone formation. This will be subject to flow testing after undertaking a fracture stimulation operation which management considers necessary as the oil pay is inferred to be of low permeability.
More significantly, drilling on the Novo Kurilovskiy prospect reached a depth of approximately1,200 metres. While the initial target interval, the cretaceous Aptian formation at a depth of 900-1,000 metres, had no shows of hydrocarbons, in the deeper Jurassic interval between 1,144 and1,218 metres a total of 60 metres of oil bearing pay was identified with cores taken during drilling. Since the potential pay thickness is in excess of the calculated depth of the structural closure from seismic mapping, this indicates a potential stratigraphic element to the prospect, with implications of significant upside in terms of gross oil in place.
Humans are a strange bunch .. " but then I guess there are also those who've got little better to do than moan & comment about what others might find amusing or interesting & it's the only way they can get noticed .... like the child whose naughty cos it's the only way to get attention."
Was happy to let them get on with it but I took it that those posting the inane drivel had little better to do in life and were making so much noise so they could get noticed. Now its those that have apparently complained about it that are so accused?
If you say so Tracy. Hopefully we won't be at war with them by then. Certainly wouldn't argue with your knowledge of the stock , found it too useful to be that disingenuous thank you. Buying into the momentum derived from the covid low at 12p and selling the financing news at 18p for the 16p gap close was an easy call though. See its nearly there already . Might be good for a bounce as it hits the 50dsma just so long as the financier has sticky hands with those extra shares.