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wildbeenyheath 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 23, 2014 3:07 PM Member since: Jan 9, 2011
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    by wright.tom64 Oct 23, 2014 7:57 AM
    wildbeenyheath wildbeenyheath Oct 23, 2014 3:07 PM Flag

    I meant 37k bid at 1.84 that took ten minutes to be absorbed

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    by wright.tom64 Oct 23, 2014 7:57 AM
    wildbeenyheath wildbeenyheath Oct 23, 2014 3:04 PM Flag

    There was a 37k bid on ask at 1.84 a few minutes ago- it took about ten minutes for it to be absorbed- someone or some instituion is interested in accumulating a lot above current prices- we had that 55k buy this week at 2.17 at the open. If you watch on level 2 this week you can tell the pressure is to the buy side, hence higher prices.

  • If any one new is reading this board, it shouldn't take long to recognize we have someone on this board (who soils other boards as well with his b.s.). He is currently mostly going off Avi.morax and a spin on a few other i.d.s like mone and carsons and taffy's . He will talk to himself, like an idiot, recommend his own posts, and post incessantly. Why doesn't yahoo ban him or someone sue him- he is just too stupid to worry about- it's a shame though that he does succeed in one thing, burying any relevant posts, including those that disclose his tactics to newcomers.

    Good luck to all, and it will be great if this idiot ends up in a mental ward, jail, or a treatment center and off our

  • wildbeenyheath by wildbeenyheath Oct 20, 2014 10:37 AM Flag

    09:30:01 $ 2.16 55,000 That was a stunning opening trade. Not sure when I have seen a trade like that at the open without news- I mean one of the volume relative to a stock's normal volume and that magnitude above the close. When you also realize that the market and oil market are still struggling, it leads to speculation that either someone knows something or an insitution really wants in while we are cheap. It is a great sign!

  • wildbeenyheath by wildbeenyheath Sep 28, 2014 11:19 AM Flag

    Welcome! It shouldn't take long to figure out Avi.Morax has been trying to push MPET's stock price down for a couple of years or more. In January of this year he thought MPET would drop to fifty cents before the end of the year and that oil would go to $75, Without apology and as if he had never said this multiple times, he still presents himself as an expert and still arrogantly forecasts MPET's stock price and the oil market and oil stocks, which he is calling for to crash today. All the rest of us here (excluding the numerous other i.d.s he uses) understood MPET had great assets and no debt. Beware that this unethical poster does this on numerous other message boards, where he also uses numerous i.d.s. He will post misleading information (latest was that Pharo was selling the options he bought- didn't happen of course) or try to create fear. He himself is very afraid about how wrong he has been, unless he is getting paid to post as others suspect- I just think he's short but I understand the theory of others because his incessant posts in the face of being wrong make no sense. He ignores the fact that current management hasn't been here long and has delivered on just about everything they have promised and more. There is no debt and Montana is the crown jewel of the company and looking great- MPET can probably produce over 50 MM bbls of oil from the CO2 flood- at least all indications are there for it so far. Good luck whether you are here for a short trade or an investment. And realize most of the posts on this board come from one unethical fool who has an agenda to try to push the price down here, no holds barred.

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