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|What underlying plans lie ahead for the waste-water infrastructure fabrications ?|
|IEG could give you the answer to that one............|
|Does 'full commercial roll out' mean selling as many shares as possible ?|
|It's 90% down since that idiot got in. Hence the frequent diarrhoea on his old mouth. Surprised he's still among us considering the shock!|
|Now then gazzer, you know that could never happen. You can't get a stiffy unless it's got 4 legs.........|
|Your body hardly functions at your very advanced age grandad - that's why you keep talking about the same old thing again and again and again (people usually talk about things that are way beyond their reach). The only thing one can realistically predict is your daily frequency you dump in your pants. Twice a day innit?Ciao|
|A look back in history........
kreature - 10 Aug 2016 - 21:50:26 - 33846 of 36914 Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI
14/15p is likely the top, apparently filling the gap. Hopefully tomorrow? But I think 4p or less could be the next station-stop because the story still does not make sense to me. "If something does not make sense it is usually untrue" (Judge Judy). e.g......
Doesn't make sense to move in the opposite direction to MARPOL, burning residue that will always contain more sulphur than HFO produced at the same refinery
Doesn't make sense to say that there will be a full commercial roll out next year, when Maersk have already said no to scrubbers, and when the fuel has not been tested with scrubbers
Doesn't make sense that a refinery already expert in bitumen emulsion, and HFO manufacture would require outside assistance.
Doesn't make sense that the General Manager for Marine would leave to be unemployed if the prospects were so good.
Doesn't make sense that staff would cash in, or give away shares if the prospects were so good.
In my opinion only. ATB
|"Interim LONO"........... .....there you go, I've announced it.............|
|This one runs on AAAs with no scrubber.
|Interim LONO to be announced soon.|
|I always assume there's a bounce after a big fall, but not necessarily a big one! And certainly not one worth risking a trading punt. Personally I think charts are a load of nonsense, especially for companies in distress such as QFI. That's where the likes of pharmajiles struggles - he categorically refuses to take the fundamentals into account and looks at every company simply as a "ticker", but in some cases you need to look further. He's gonna get stung on QFI if he thinks this will give a "meaningful" bounce.|
|Ah ... I rest my case then ...|
|I think that pharmajiles over on iii, who normally is pretty astute, has landed himself with a wad of this guano. He's looking for a "bounce"...... let's hope that he gets one.......|
|Muppet brigade aside - who exactly was waiting for a bounce??|
|The expected bounce has been very weak (almost non existent!) and Level 2 looks grim. There's a big seller providing the Market with all the shares it requires so when the Top Up Brigade dries up, this is nailed on for a steep drop down. Not looking good for QFI shareholders.|
|O/T, an article explaining Consolidation:
A much more extreme example concerns Millwall Holdings. The London football club mounted a one for 100,000 consolidation in October 2010. In theory its shares should have risen from 0.02p to £20. In fact the closing price the first day after the consolidation was effective was £12, and the shares were eventually delisted from AIM in December 2011 with the price around 175p.|
|Patience. Though somehow hover-bikes seem more interesting than waiting for sludge test results at the moment...
|Only 3 more years to wait says PratH off LSE:
London, 19 April (Argus) — Exhaust cleaning scrubbers will be the cheapest way for larger ships to comply with the 2020 International Maritime Organisation's (IMO) 0.5pc sulphur cap on marine fuels, according to BP.
Heavy fuel oil (HFO) is set to fall sharply in price when the cap comes into force in 2020, while the price of low-sulphur fuels will dramatically rise, BP Marine fuels supply and trading manager Justin Longhurst said today at the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) forum in London.
There speaks a Global Oil Major!|
|kreature, agreed very terse, maybe they didn't like me asking for The Table-Tennis Competition results?|