As I said Heidi, it's almost like the market abusers working for fund management companies or private syndicates, and tree huggers pretending to be investors, comprise 90% of the posters on this board. Many of what you'd think are 'genuine shareholders' are abusive and ignorant (another 5%). I wouldn't give these people the time of day in my pub. I don't want to waste my life with them any more. I've got resident deer in my garden now! It's like sitting in a nature reserve. Terrible shlt is about to happen in Kabul, and we are communicating with scum on this crappy bulletin board. Time to move on for me. Good luck whatever you choose Heidi xx.
Mukka, the 1p party was first mooted on here probably 6 years ago by a poster called kublaikhan, if I remember correctly. It was viewed at the time by the rest of us as a bit of fun and made us feel positive. I can't see anything wrong with that. Feeling positive is a good thing - it stops investors losing focus. If you prefer doom and gloom forecasts, you don't invest in AIM companies, because you'll have a nervous breakdown. Get confidence in your own ability to choose an investment, and the rest falls into place.
Honestly Heid, is it worth having to communicate with such complete dross day in, day out? There are so few 'good guys' around nowadays. It's almost like the market abusers working for fund management companies or private syndicates, and tree huggers pretending to be investors, comprise 90% of the posters on this board. Very few investors, or potential investors, will read what they have to say now, so they can only make a limited impact on the share price. Many of what you'd think are 'genuine shareholders' are abusive and ignorant. Really, is it worth it girl?
Nigel, there are negative posts from genuine investors, and negative posts from people trying to manipulate the market by getting worried shareholders to sell. There are a lot of the latter on these bulletin boards, including RNST.
Serif, my understanding is also there is no restriction to 500 bopd from planners, but that the whole infrastructure design was based on 500 bopd, which would provide a more prolonged stable production, whilst preventing infrastructure having limited long term use. I don't think they'll up the 500 bopd rate, but you never know I suppose.
There are a number of ways of doing this deal without paying up front. Permissions would need to be sought, even regarding approval from the OGA, allowing time for cash to accumulate from existing production. Many deals are done on this basis. You are trying to make investors sell, for whatever reason.