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  1. brabus

    QTK

    In reply to: macrae on Friday 22/09/06 03:49pm good to see some stale bulls get out at 20.5c fundamentals will come, deal making is the name of the game with this one. might take some time but looks like the ball is rolling. Good luck to you too. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/cool.gif
  2. brabus

    QTK

    In reply to: macrae on Friday 22/09/06 03:11pm Placement is expected but there would have to be something happening for that IMHO. I am in btw. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/king.gif
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    In reply to: macrae on Friday 22/09/06 01:40pm Macrae whats the next target after 22c
  4. In reply to: macrae on Friday 22/09/06 01:34pm Yesterday there was volume today there is NOTHING, unless you consider a few thousand a trade. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/sadsmiley02.gif
  5. brabus

    RRS

    Education lesson, was doing some browsing and thought you may be interested. QUOTE wireline log 1. n. [Drilling] ID: 1665 A continuous measurement of formation properties with electrically powered instruments to infer properties and make decisions about drilling and production operations. The record of the measurements, typically a long strip of paper, is also called a log. Measurements include electrical properties (resistivity and conductivity at various frequencies), sonic properties, active and passive nuclear measurements, dimensional measurements of the wellbore, formation fluid sampling, formation pressure measurement, wireline-conveyed sidewall coring tools, and others. In wireline measurements, the logging tool (or sonde) is lowered into the open wellbore on a multiple conductor, contra-helically armored wireline. Once lowered to the bottom of the interval of interest, the measurements are taken on the way out of the wellbore. This is done in an attempt to maintain tension on the cable (which stretches) as constant as possible for depth correlation purposes. (The exception to this practice is in certain hostile environments in which the tool electronics might not survive the temperatures on bottom for the amount of time it takes to lower the tool and then record measurements while pulling the tool up the hole. In this case, "down log" measurements might actually be conducted on the way into the well, and repeated on the way out if possible.) Most wireline measurements are recorded continuously even though the sonde is moving. Certain fluid sampling and pressure-measuring tools require that the sonde be stopped, increasing the chance that the sonde or the cable might become stuck. LWD tools take measurements in much the same way as wireline-logging tools, except that the measurements are taken by a self-contained tool near the bottom of the bottomhole assembly and are recorded downward (as the well is deepened) rather than upward from the bottom of the hole (as wireline logs are recorded).
  6. brabus

    QTK

    In reply to: macrae on Thursday 21/09/06 05:17pm I have QTK on ignore along with quite a few others. Just keep the luck coming thats for sure, you must be able to import your bananas from anywhere in the world! The other mob are a comical notion to the serious side of trading. WRT to QTK, the sooner we start seeing revenues flow in the better it will be for shareholders, then this can move from a boxing ring circus to a legitimate stock. Cheers Again
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    QTK

    In reply to: psychOlogic on Thursday 21/09/06 04:07pm I am concerned about the decline in car jackings over the past couple of years. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/thumbdown.gif Only kidding, good call Macrae.
  8. brabus

    RRS

    In reply to: fatsoh on Thursday 21/09/06 11:24am When you have 100's or even 1000's of shareholders you expect to see people selling when certain levels are reached. Its nothing out of the ordinary and it happens in all stocks. Look at AEX as an example of the recent weeks.
  9. brabus

    RRS

    In reply to: 2187 on Thursday 21/09/06 08:50am does that include consolidation? http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif
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    RRS

    In reply to: framie on Thursday 21/09/06 08:02am Its already a good day, Xabi Alonso scored goal of the year. Also Bidding is nice and strong for the options this morning. Doesnt look like 1.7-1.8c will last very long. But the morning is still young. SMH article yesterday mentioned RRS, nothing much other than it was the most active stock and it also mentioned our Peruvian interests! http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/laughingsmiley.gif Good to see the research lessons of the past have been picked up.
  11. brabus

    RRS

    In reply to: drarthur on Wednesday 20/09/06 10:25pm both. But who is going to be number 2? http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif
  12. brabus

    RRS

    In reply to: drarthur on Wednesday 20/09/06 10:02pm Is he African?
  13. brabus

    RRS

    In reply to: 2187 on Wednesday 20/09/06 11:36am http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif , not bad for a chelsea supporter No sell down yet, thats a first. Also runs in the morning tend to end much sooner, based on my trading systems. Cheers
  14. brabus

    RRS

    In reply to: brabus on Thursday 14/09/06 11:57am http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif Seems they read the post: 2 183,760 0.029 0.030 1,040,223 6 Seller that was at 3.0 is now at 3.1c!
  15. brabus

    RRS

    FWIW that large seller at 3c has moved back from 2.8c to 2.9c and now 3.0c. They have moved everytime it looks like someone is going to buy. BUT they also have matching buy orders further down at 2.8c and below. 3 Days ago the 2 million sell at 2.8c was taken, only after they put fake bids to buy on, hence I assumed it was the same party this time but it has changed. Games a plenty, I wouldnt read too much into the depth OTHER THAN there is not much selling pressure with the FPO and options which tells me there are hardly any traders left.
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