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That is where I think this is headed also, around the 2p mark.
Anything below 1p in the short term is a great buy.
RSI is nice and cool, and because there is not huge liquidity, price can move fast.
Momentum is building and will not take too long to start moving.
That £150k buy was a strong signal to get in here if not already (IMO).
Looking forward to good things here!|
|Reverse takeover on the way imho|
|Maybe the warrant converter has found a home for 50m. I doubt if the MMs could supply that much at that price.|
|Just effin typical, i sell and it soars, and to cap it all i have not got the money back to buy in again !!
|why the large buy here??|
|Not resources but Akers has recently created a plc modestly called Billion Dollar Lottery Plc.|
|T5 coming to market soon. Who knows?
|" leading adviser in the natural resources sector"...|
|Announcement - FA appointed. something must be approaching. CEO says next couple of months.|
|Quite odd trade sizes... hmmm...|
|Hmmm, is the leapard about to change it's spots???
Something brewing here IMHO, it seems i keep missing out on these type of opportunities, someone knows something !! has anyone found the source of any news/gossip which may have ignited some interest here?
I'm checking this one out asap|
|has news leaked...sudden influx of buys|
|looks like share prophets pump and dump...
off topic..china new energy looks hot...just won a contract for £12m and only £6m market cap|
|Pump and Dump baby! Pump and Dump!
I see the recent appointment went down well..|
|Sells outnumber buys 2 to 1 and down 10%....
The Toby Hayward effect maybe,,,
However, i'm still holding|
|too true Comedy|
|hayward rammed the pi's on afren..and we all lost our cash....just another p and d...so looks like p has happened and now the d with his appointment???|
|that's how these guys make money the produce their own appointment letters for their benefit and punters never get look in|
|Look at the share options that he has also been given...He is hardly been pushed in such a way to maximise shareholder value. As soon as a reverse takeover places place he can sell over 10 million straight away. Easy money....who sorts out these deals as I clearly am in the wrong job. Why has it also not been announced how much his pay packet is...surely shareholders should be told... I am not ranting just sharing some views after watching what he has been responsible for elsewhere.|
|geez Akers and Hayward reminds me of Jekyll and Hide but here its just the bad guys
|normally the appointment of a new CEO is hopefully a sign of a new start and hopefully someone with a good track record. Maybe I need to just sell now and move on because Mr Hayward I believe, given his track record will end up issuing more and more shares and continually dilute the company whilst earning a nice salary.|
|This appointment seriously worries me....I have been with Sirius petroleum for many many years and look at the disaster that has turned out to be.... Ah Mr Hayward was involved in that as well.
08:46 03 May 2013
Sirius Petroleum shares soared 31% after it revealed it has signed what director Toby Hayward called a “transformational” off-take deal with the UK energy arm of Glencore.
Sirius Petroleum shares soar 31% on "transformational" Glencore deal
Sirius Petroleum (LON:SRSP) shares soared 31% after it revealed it has signed what director Toby Hayward called a “transformational” off-take deal with the UK energy arm of Glencore.
The deal includes a financing facility of up to US$65mln for the development of the company's near term production assets located off-shore Nigeria.
The loan would be netted against the initial sales of crude oil production.
This is in addition to the 900mln warrants that will bring in around US$93mln (£60mln) of new investment.
The Glencore agreement, meanwhile, will see Sirius deliver 60,000 barrels of crude a day for a three year period that will be marketed by the commodities trader.
Director Hayward said: "Our partnership with a major multinational oil trading company is transformational for Sirius, and Glencore's invaluable expertise marks a fundamental step in our strategy to put our initial assets into production and to build a portfolio of highly valuable oil assets."
Sirius owns 40% of the Ororo Field, which is thought to contain at least 20mln recoverable barrels of oil. In the shallow waters of the Niger Delta, it was discovered in 1986 by Chevron, which penetrated 197 feet of hydrocarbons in twelve sandstone reservoirs.
Sirius will initially focus on the re-entry of the Ororo-1 well, which had historic production of 2,895 barrels a day.
At 8.45am, the stock was changing hands for 42.5 pence.
Sirius petroleum is now only 0.75p a share.
|Why cant you type ?
It takes seconds to enable reading all these RNS statements from AFR.
Go to the London Stock Exchange where you will find them or InvestEgate
I am not your nursemaid and I never post links.|