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Late in the days ....missed the news ?? what happened - thanks
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Increased labour cost and construction delay for Louisiana plant and higher canadian impairment charge
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Increased labour cost and construction delay for Louisiana plant and higher canadian impairment charge
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It will go restest R360 in coming days..Especially if oil fails to hold 50 USD coupled with a strengthening Rand
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It will go restest R360 in coming days..Especially if oil fails to hold 50 USD coupled with a strengthening Rand
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The question is, will oil fail to hold $50? I see some upside, due to drawdown on crude inventories due to Canadian wildfires and Nigerian pipeline disruptions and a distillate drawdown on inventories due to US increased summer driving season.
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Rig count is up so that production will start coming on stream and once the Canadian and Nigerian oil comes bk? Iran intends increasing production to 3.8 million bpd.. U can only sort a oversupply problem by an increase in demand..
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Agreed, weaker dollar is also going to play a role and technicals also seem to indicate upside in the near term.
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Nee man, ye dont buy sol for short term, und you dont use yer rear view mirror to drive the highway to riches, its a buy under 400.
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Koos, short term is more exciting. Long term is sooo boooring!!!
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an if you trading for excitement you going bust ?!
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Even if you're keeping your margins small?
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fair point ..
my bigger point is that trading shouldn't be fun coz then it will also be heart breaking at times and the emotional roller coaster will make us bad traders .. hence we have bungee jumping
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I still think that the greatest "thrill " is in ALSI 5 or 15 minute trading, if you can survive the drawdown. If you reaching middle age, it gives you the reason to wake up in the morning. But , it's the most difficult instrument to trade, so if you looking for thrills, I agree , rather go bungee without the harness.
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If you are REALLY seeking thrills - buy SPAJAARD and spend your days hovering over the enter button waiting for a buyer to appear!
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Simon, halfly I can agree with you, but Rams is hitting the nail. You must have something to get up for in the morning and unfortunately bungee jumping is not doing it for me.
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have ye tried coke?
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he..he..he..good one. I guess we all have our own little pleasure in life.
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