Thought this was only upto a certain percentage ? And also what’s to say that it’s actually reported when a share is shorted, the next question is how many shares are in actual circulation? As in the real world and not what our printed share count is ? Aim is so wrong on so many levels
Oneknows, I have been holding this not trading fella, not sure why it’s wrong posting positively about what’s been RNSed, at least the info I have posted can be backed up by what the company has issued via RNS
But if that’s the case, I’m sure we can take group action to see who is playing games, these trades have a digital footprint, even if it’s someone buying and selling on purpose from an account they will be getting looked at for damages from manipulating the SP
This is an absolute Joke by the city traders yet again !! Most production ever, best position of the company ever, money in the bank, gem has resisted so cash can come back that we thought had gone, yet the mm continue to take the Pee, what the **** is going on with Aim, **** joke springs to mind
Gell, look across the whole of Aim and you will see it’s the same fella, it’s the city boys that need to be looked into and not giving companies a fair chance, THATS THE PROBLEM, RNS has stated how we are growing we don’t get the rises we need, the only shares that rise have the herd behind them and seems very organised from within !
Net production attributable to Mosman during the year was 18,216 barrels of oil equivalent, compared to 10,367 in 2018, representing an increase of 76%.
“The board fully appreciates shareholder disappointment with the share price,” the chairman, John Barr, assured shareholders.
“Two of the company executive directors are heavily invested in Mosman and are also cognisant of the underperformance of the share price. Our aim is to continue to deliver growth through developing our current projects and further acquisitions, and we look forward to our achievements being more realistically reflected in the share price,” he added,
Big bear, I like most had thought Gem was a write off, It now not so we have chance to get more money back :) Falcon we now own a bigger % and we don’t yet know the cost of the well which could be cheaper due to entering from an existing well so yep I would say it’s subject to funding until we have those costs, but looks like we got cash to drill Stanley4,5 maybe 6 depending on well costs. We have Gem shares to sell and loan to be paid back So there are other options other than further funding, we are well under valued for where we are !!
Not sure why those are saying we need to raise cash when it seems we are in a way better position than thought, also don’t forget we have a good chunk tied up in Gem which is now back to market so cash can come from there !!!!!
Briefly expressed, this is being delivered by increasing production and cashflow in the USA; and ongoing exploration in the Amadeus Basin in Australia. Since the oil price dropped in 2014-15 Mosman has continued as explorer whilst gradually building a sustainable company with a sound production and revenue base. The task is by no means complete, but it is well underway. With some satisfaction I can report that in the 2019 Financial Year Net Production attributable to Mosman was 18,216 boe, compared to 10,367 in 2018. This is an increase of some 75%.