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|howdlep: mm's struggling to attract sellers and have to keep moving this up. 2p is not an unrealistic target even without the asset value reductions of potential targets. If I was the BOD I would want to be buying with as much paper as possible given the very low LRL share price...|
|ultrapunch: hallow, you will keep your LRL shares and receive shares in Leyshon Energy based on how many LRL shares you hold. We haven't been told how many Leyshon Energy shares per LRL share you will receive, but as a guess I'd say it will be one Leyshon Energy share for every one LRL share held.
The LRL share price will drop significantly immediately the Leyshon Energy business is hived off into a new company. If, for instance, the LRL share price is 7p immediately prior to the distribution of Leyshon Energy shares then the LRL share price could drop to under 1p, say 0.5p, and the Leyshon Energy shares could list at, say, 7p.
I'm only GUESSING with the sp's, but you get the idea. It aint rocket science.
The LRL share price will be very low after Leyshon Energy is hived off because you will have 250m shares and the only assets will be a dormant gold prospect and circa US$3m of cash. Do the maths, my friend.
Of course it's possible that PA might want to consolidate the LRL shares by consolidating every 10 existing LRL shares into One new LRL share to stop the share price going too low, but you wont be any better off!!|
|ultrapunch: "no wonder they bought the Chinese shale prospect cheap, obviously the sellers had good geologists who found the water contact and they got out, and right now Basin seems the apt word to call it,"
wardy333, you do post utter rubbish. CAMAC never found water at the wells they drilled (ZJS1 - 4) and they NEVER drilled any of their 4 wells anywhere near ZJS6. In fact ZJS6 was nearer to some of Sino Gases most successful wells.
When and where did you lose your brain? I was going to filter you, but I get a laugh out of reading your ignorant posts.
It's obvious that LRL have some kind of problem with ZJS7 otherwise we would have had the total net pay zone results by now. Whether that problem with JS7 is geological or whether LRL just want to conserve cash for the floatation of Leyshon Energy, I have no idea and NO ONE else on this bb has any idea either.
Currently the LRL share price is trading at a big discount to it's 9.5p per share of cash. Talk of a 2p or 3p share price if the next news on ZJS7 is bad is just NONSENSE!!|
|sclper: I do not think the LRL share price has any bearing on the deal|
|bob 1: sclper
Thanks. Do you know if the price would be dependant on LRL share price should the deal go ahead|
|johnwalton: sino gas has started to rise and with a crr due out soon,
it could go a lot higher.
Will this be the catalyst that fires up the lrl share price.|
|ultrapunch: "But I think it accounts for all the share price movements without resorting to charts or insiders. And if you might be tempted to counter that the charts can "predict" prices whereas on my analysis you need to wait for the news flow I would say that in all probability the charts are only predictive in hindsight."
TM. Charts are statistics. Historical records of past share price performance. We use them to TRY and predict future share price movements. Similarly Actuaries use historical death records to try and calculate life assurance premiums and annuity rates.
Share price charts can show past trends that could continue in the future. No guarantee of course that those predictions will turn out to be successful, far from it, BUT LET ME REPEAT AGAIN; IF YOU HAD BOUGHT AND SOLD LRL SHARES OVER THE PAST YEAR BASED ON THE LRL ICHIMOKU CHART YOU WOULD HAVE MADE MONEY AND YOU WOULD NOT BE HOLDING THEM NOW!! That's all the proof I need. Of course that doesn't mean that the LRL share price wont be 50% higher by the end of this week!! Just the same as individual deaths don't conform to actuaries tables. But overall they get it correct!!
PS. I have no idea whether news on ZJS6 leaked or not. However I do know the water ingress problem MUST have surfaced before we were told about it. Not that I'm criticising LRL.
PPS. I'm not suggesting PetroChina , or anyone else for that matter, leaked. Just saying that there are others in the information loop apart from LRL. I have no intention of contacting the PSA!! LOL.|
|jungmana: Pro If i can recall when trap was at 25p you were ramping that it would go to 100p. Where is it now?Stop trying to look smart. Over the last 12 months lrl share price has done far better than your beloved trap where most holders have drowned from 40p to 11p today.Lets see where lrl will be in next 12 months. My guess at least 50p.Good luck with your misinformation. Most Pis are nt stupid enough to listen to you here.|
I'm nominating you for a Nobel prize for your work on charting the LRL share price.
On the chart above you've gone as far as drawing two straight lines and putting on the daily volume, its an incredible ground breaking interpretation of what's happening with LRL.
Where would any of us be, without your very valuable contributions.|
29 May'13 - 08:20 - 9133 of 9182 2 0
Ok, so you will use bearish technical analysis to attempt to talk down the share price with a view to topping up at lower levels, fair enough John"
Don't be silly!! He's only commenting on what he THINKS he sees. If you are silly enough to believe a PI called John Henry can influence the LRL share price with his view of the short term technicals then you are DAFTER than I first thought!!
If I was as daft as you I would think you were trying to pump up the share price because you are a spread better who is long on LRL. But of course I'm not as silly as you.
There is a great story unfolding here. Just wait for it to unfold rather than posting non stop drivel on this bb!!|
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