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- fitzy1203 12:44:02 30/01/2015
- I have a few different brokers stewart, and I place a potential trade, and it comes back with what and whom are prepared to sell at. Admittedly, it changes quite quickly, even with a small run of buys. My l2 shows the same as yours. Anybody still in AFR ? I am tempted but is it worth the risk ?
- fitzy1203 12:08:46 30/01/2015
- Doubt you'll have to wait anywhere near that long 2LB ! Only 50,000 at 5.42p, then for some odd reason, the quote jumps to 5.75p. They love to knock the sp down on a few shares here and there. About time, they did the same on the way up. So undervalued, but we need some statement. Think MRO will be the one. Looks as though TK is still on a sabbatical !
- mortie1 11:50:15 30/01/2015
- Clogs were for the northern types, I was a southern boy. I believe they have made shoes for more than 2000 years, I think I just scrape in. Looking at you, I would have guessed we were the same age, but perhaps you've had a hard life.
- tarzanhey 11:23:10 30/01/2015
- well if any genuine holders have to sell at these prices then I feel sorry for them. feck I feel sorry for all of us anyway! OT But just to please AllenB. Off with my son to buy a car this afternoon qashqai +2 and am off skiing to Tigne Sunday for a week. My pension has gone down the toilet in the last 6 months but life goes on. ;-)
- Jemjem 10:09:54 30/01/2015
- I assume PI's did the buying at 5.40 and 5.50 (I think someone posted to that effect?) Equally, there was a very persistent 50k seller at 5.30p down to 5p, for much of the morning (again, assumed to be a "distressed" PI getting out). Some trades at 5.30p were "buys" when the official price was 5.25 - 5.50p though.
- Jemjem 09:55:10 30/01/2015
- I agree Nick. Cenkos made a market. They didn't offer the price down. They stood there as a seller when someone wanted to buy at 5.40 and 5.50p. They were a buyer when some people were selling at 5p, 5.25p, 5.30p. Can't see what they have done wrong. They are the only mm having to declare their trades.
- dafrog 09:26:19 30/01/2015
- Eagle oil pool will be worth something once they get the mud mix right. I'm all for risk. Would like another go at Riverbend when prices back up. Non-risk sugarloaf hasn't exactly paid off, done worse than my building society investments.
- NickB 08:13:55 30/01/2015
- When the oil is in 'inventory' who's oil is it (the buyers i assume)and would it not make sense that the inventory numbers are high because it might be profitable to store it at this price for the future?
- 10owen 08:08:57 30/01/2015
- On a more positive note a number of analysts are starting to talk about buying energy stocks.You have to wonder especially in the states how many other sectors are over bought.Lets hope some of the profits made in other sectors starts to come our way.Once we see some energy stock buying we will see the oil price rise imho.
- crosseyed 19:52:55 29/01/2015
- toon, Re Eagle Pool, I have no information on what it costs EME just doing essentially nothing. EME also holds very non-productive assets in Riverbend, slightly productive assets in Sugarkane A (illustrating the downside in not taking up working interests), and even a continuing participation option of 15% in Bondi. c
- T350toad 19:01:13 29/01/2015
- Mike, here here. Once bitten and all. I lost a lump with GKP and was really hoping EME would be my saviour. I'm just glad I've been preoccupied over the last few weeks to enable a little respite from burning my retinas reading page after page of tripe and keeping me from a decent nights sleep. And by that, I don't mean this bb. We all need a little patience...and a lot of luck
- bluehooperman 18:37:18 29/01/2015
- Interesting watching the share price movement of MRO & Baytex each day, plus other oilers in the US as they pretty much mirror the rise & fall of the oil prices minute by minute, unlike EME :-(Time for an email to TK :-)