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Re: brummell by MisterX1

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 17:18:00 GMT

Ignore X1's rubbish about £16. Very few bought at that momentary level despite his self indulgent fantasies. TLW's price has been pushed down by two factors alone (1) the oil price and (2) short selling.
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Well there you go eric.talk about rubbish,,,,, (1) claims drop in oil price ALONE has pushed down tlw sp but conveniently failing to state that the share price had dropped 50% from Feb 12 to Sep 14 whilst there was NO change in the price of oil. FACT - and aesy to do a little research on the web to substantiate this. (2) shorting - as if all the way down from 1600 to around 500 was ALL to do with shorting with such a small insignificant % of total shareholding would make such a substantial drop. Of course tlw are keeping quite on this as they too would love to see this shorting excuse as a cover up for their failings in sustaining shareholder value.

bmr manipulates, lies and deceives

Be careful with his ilk


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Tullow presentation.... by Brimach1

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 17:09:00 GMT

LINK



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Re: brummell by brummell

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 17:00:00 GMT

Easy with hindsight eric, we'll have to wait to see how the foresight plays out but many people invest for the long term and are unaffected by shorter term volatility. I have to say though that at no point in TLW's long history would I have considered it wise for anyone to sell out at a loss, regardless of volatility. Those who could trade will have done so and hopefully profited honestly from it but my own opinion of TLW is that it is in just as good a position now as ever, if not better. Jeremy Wilson obviously agrees. Long term holders will have bought in the expectation of a long term profit, which I believe they will get. It would be dishonest in the light of the facts to try to persuade long termers to sell at a loss, although I know many do attempt that persuasion. This is one of the few where, imho, averaging down is a good strategy.

And Guitar, you get the benefit of my opinion, all backed up with references where appropriate, not advice or attempted persuasion. Feel free to disagree but I fail to see how you can criticise anyone for contributing to the debate on a bulletin board. The simple fact is that I believe, for reasons I have stated, that the oil price will recover and many prominent figures share that opinion. When it recovers then TLW will recover, with "leverage". And the question is not whether the oil price will rise in time to reach the single covenant that may or may not be breached "technically" it is whether the lenders believe that TLW has done enough to adapt to the lower oil price, if it persists. I believe that it has, it is a business issue that, imho, will be resolved, not a gamble as you believe. You are obviously free to decide not to buy at today's prices and stay on the side lines, but please do let us know how you got on in 3 months and 6 months time.


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Confirmation bias by Guitarsolo

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:33:00 GMT

There's far too much confirmation bias by this board's serial posters. BTW, how do you find the time?!

MisterX1, although you should be the bearish voice on this board (and the share price collapse of the last two years would support you) I'm afraid your obsession with Brummell and your infantile style of commenting just bores most people.

And Brummell, I'm afraid it comes across to me that you are desperate to find anything that supports your bullish view of Tulllow and presumably your hope that your shareholding will recover. To say "as I type back up to £1.50 and looking strong" when the share price has improved from being down 12% to just down 8% on the day makes you look foolish. And to then put half of the blame on short selling is misplaced. Until last June, the declared short positions in TLW were less than 2.5% (share price c. 400p). So shorting had very little to do with the share price collapse from 1600p to 400p. Since last June there are increasing shorters betting that TLW won't survive this oil rout. And they may be correct.

Let's look at the comments in today's results. A loss of $1bn on top of last year's loss of $2bn (Brummell, would you say that is better?) The company is also warning that there is a risk that it will fail to comply with covenants. Banks may be happy to change the terms of those covenants, but they may not. And with the way the banks are looking I don't think I'd want to be dependent on their generosity to keep my company going.

TLW is now a bet on whether the oil price rises in time to meet the covenants (imho). That's a gamble I can't analyse so I'm staying on the side lines for now.

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Re: brummell by ooh ah eric

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:28:00 GMT

Should people have sold at £1.20? Should they now sell at £1.50?

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The answer is probably not Brummell but I can say they (and I ) should have sold at 950, 850 , 750 etc. Your constant promotion of this POS may have stopped many doing so.

It may recover a little, but no matter I have no doubt you will say ' dont get mugged by the shorters'.



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Re: US Oil Inventories down by highlander1970

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:28:00 GMT

the draw of 800k barrels was against an expected excess of 3.9M barrels so they got it spectacularly wrong

I'll sick my neck out and guess that Brent will be back to $35 by the end of the week

stick of rock and a balloon for me if I get it right. (smiling )


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Re: US Oil Inventories down by brummell

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:15:00 GMT

See the link I posted on Monday:

LINK

It looks as though the IEA has been caught out overestimating supply over a long period.



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Re: brummell by brummell

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:07:00 GMT

eric, as I type back up to £1.50 and looking strong. Competent honest traders must be very happy with TLW and those who bought at higher prices and decided to hold will be pleased to see TLW's price rise again. Of course they could have made more money by trading if they had the time, inclination and ability but are you actually asserting that they will not see a profit by deciding to hold rather than just selling at a loss? We can all see how we could have made more money with hindsight but it takes foresight to make real money. What is your view from this afternoon's price then? Should people have sold at £1.20? Should they now sell at £1.50?

Ignore X1's rubbish about £16. Very few bought at that momentary level despite his self indulgent fantasies. TLW's price has been pushed down by two factors alone (1) the oil price and (2) short selling. Imho there is a high likelihood that both of those factors could vanish in a puff of smoke leaving TLW's fundamentals stronger than ever before. The only question is when but that time is getting closer. Please feel free to disagree.


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US Oil Inventories down by highlander1970

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:06:00 GMT

courtesy Apollo over on LSE

Oil prices jumped after U.S. government data showed a surprise drop in crude stockpiles in the past week.

The Energy Information Administration reported commercial crude inventories fell by about 800,000 barrels to a total of 502 million barrels.


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Re: Investors pouring into oil options by brummell

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:50:00 GMT

You only have to look at some of the popular misconceptions to see what a risk the bears are taking at the moment.

Look at the political situation. With the likes of North Korea, Syria, Yemen etc. the consuming nations are likely to decide to hold on that stock of oil that they have accumulated on the cheap for reasons of national security. That means that it will not be the buffer against rising oil prices that some people are hoping for.

The excess of supply is not a "glut". Demand is increasing and even by the IEA's pessimistic standards, demand will catch up with supply by the end of the year, just as those storage tanks become fully topped up.

The Saudis could decide any day now that they should cut production by 40% and sell the remainder at $150+ to recover their losses. Iran is in no position yet to fill that gap and investors in future production have been burned enough to make them cautious..


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Re: Investors pouring into oil options by brummell

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:40:00 GMT

Wow, X1 certainly should have taken that advice. Look at the sudden spike we got in the oil price. Could this be a massive bear trap? Up by over $1.60 in 40 minutes!.


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Re: Brent by highlander1970

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:38:00 GMT

off to the races after last nights demolishing, currently up 3.6% at 3168

Tullow responding as well


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Re: Investors pouring into oil options by brummell

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:35:00 GMT

Reread the whole post X1. its not a contract - the "if I were you" is understood in common parlance.

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Re: Battering? Progress begins. by appamama

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:35:00 GMT

Dear poor MisterX1,

You have been comprehensively beaten! Now that the SP is above 145, I am happy to post again. Each of my post was when SP was above 145 today.

What about you? The low for the day was 140.05.. You should not have posted! But you did! Your game is up.


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Re: brummell by MisterX1

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:34:00 GMT

Brummell, I am sad to say that you are an utter embarrassment to yourself. You have actively promoted TLW to my certain knowledge from 950p. Only last week you were ramping confidently away talking about decisive breaks above 170p and £2 plus and other BS..
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At to MY certain knowledge it was ramping away at 1600 + strongly telling all and sundry it will hot the 20's and "....even the 30's...."

A sad loser..as well as an embarrassment to itself

ROFLMAO


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ryanno12 still sells coming through by Apollo440

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 17:28:54 GMT

I am looking at 1.20 here or might dabble for quick in and out need to look at sub 1.40.

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Still sells coming tomorrow got by Apollo440

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 17:24:49 GMT

Yeah I know shaf nothing has changed be patient get a price target you can day trade with this volatility

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ryanno12 still sells coming through by hangseng

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 17:20:57 GMT

Are u seeing bids for 120-140 on level 2!?

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Still sells coming tomorrow got by shaf5

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:33:32 GMT

Look at PMO go. Just my luck. Wouldn't move when I was in it and now similar situation with TLW

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Still sells coming tomorrow got by Ryanno12

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:29:22 GMT

120-140 After 150 today close

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The RNS by Kaimirza

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:26:41 GMT

Wasnt bad always happy to see director buys although id like some more chunkier buys but still good. Gives you a bit of confidence

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2RNS by DRS1

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:15:06 GMT

I should have added, it is a good sign for directors to buy into their own Company. Which is why I like PMG where Tom Cross, ex Dana Petroleum, has 18m shares, about 18% of the Company.

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2RNS by DRS1

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:10:04 GMT

There is a time restriction depending upon when results or sensitive information is being released, generally they have to avoid insider trading with knowledge not known outside the company. Hence the purchase after the results were announced.

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PMO by nennyb

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:59:06 GMT

Rising as well!!! Shhhh

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Oil rising by dragonfly03

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:48:08 GMT

Look at bigger picture, Cushing is overflowing..increases alround, no storge room by June for Oil

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Oil rising by Apollo440

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:44:44 GMT

Here you go shaf

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2RNS by shaf5

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:44:28 GMT

When can the directors sell their shares once they buy. Do they have a time limit or can they sell when ever

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Oil rising by shaf5

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:43:04 GMT

Due to figures out u think. Don't know what they r but must be good

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2RNS by DRS1

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:42:43 GMT

Was director, James Wilson, buying 30000 shares at 145.47 through Barclays Stockbrokers. I am amazed how the PMO share chat rates this share rather than PMO.

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tddirectinvesting by sharelover888

  Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:42:41 GMT

Is td direct investing system still down?

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