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|I'm nervous because I have a 5 bagger and wonder how far sentiment can take this either way! Never ever expected this, way beyond reasonable valuation for the published size of NT-2 now, but where it goes nobody knows.|
|Please do not under deliver now AEX! This makes me even more nervous now when I'm so close to breakeven.|
|Looks like 6p is breached!
LT - consider a top-slice and buy a Bentley?
Join me for the Drivers Club tour of the Loire and Brittany in Late May/early June?|
|i hope some test news has leaked and someone has got a handle on AEX market Cap valuation's, we don't want news to under-shoot|
|6p passed, I've been waiting years to see that. Onwards and upwards!|
|A lot of jealous people turning up trying to talk the share price down. Not gunna work, this ain't no Rubbish little AIM O&G company.
Either buy in or leave us to celebrate!|
|Make them buy them off us in the mid teens and much higher for the|
|Today big rise expected ,6.50 -7pBig institutions are putting small money at this stage ,they will come again after news and we will start seeing holding RNS next month|
|AEX being dubbed a new Tullow "It started in a small town called Tullow, about 35 miles south of Dublin, Ireland. In the 80s there were loads of companies starting off in the North Sea and Irish Celtic Sea. I was talking to a friend of mine in the bank one day and he was talking about small oil fields in Africa, which had been left behind by the majors and had no-one to work them. That is where the idea came from. I contacted another friend of mine in the World Bank who told me about a project in Senegal. They had some small gas fields that they were trying to get people to develop, so I setup Tullow Oil to rework those old fields. I knew nothing about the oil and gas industry at the time, which made it more challenging. No one thought Tullow would succeed because of my lack of knowledge of the industry, no major backers and I was starting a company in a country with no oil industry." (Aiden Heavey, CEO) Exciting times Gla|
|Well just caught up again. Wos this about a perforated liner. Mines been perforated for years and done me ne harm. Bit embarrassing at times though. Bun do behave !|
Thanks for the thoughts and sentiments - I am still in for the long haul!!
7 hours ahead here so apologies for the tardiness of my response to your gracious post!!!!
Mmmmmm - that seven's got me thinking that we could close at that today.
|I'm rather worried, with a perforated liner the gas will be escaping from the reservoir.....|
|Good night Haggis. Dream about being trampled by the fund managers again?|
|You know exactly what I'm talking about. If you don't then WTF have you been learning on the stockmarket for the last 30 years? How to repetitively post inane waffle on BB's to try and destroy the conversation and put investors off the stock? Whoopee doo!|
|what on earth are you on about haggis? Have you been on the wacky-backy?|
|Next step for the accumulating Institutional Investors is to move their max buy price to 6.5p. Let's see who falls out of the tree as the price jumps above 6p. Institutional Investors make their money by trampling all over those that were in too early, then holding for years as the companies go big. AEX is on that path, the Institutional Investors are following that path.|
|This may help
I wonder if they have hit Oil! that will definitely propel the to the heights it reached few years back
|Oh Good! Thats a start!|
|Double figures and mid teens zeroed in on the sights.|
|Yes not to listen to rampers and dumpers|
|Crikey Red Army! You've been posting since 1999...
have you learned nothing?|