Contrary to what some fools post over on the boards there is a full bloodied insurgency enveloping Iraq.
When a bomb detonates in any part of the Middle East, let alone Iraq, the effects reverberate around the world. All companies whether they be oil explorers or food distributors are effected. The very fact that Sinopec, GKP,Hunt oil,DNO, Addax, and Genel Enerji are all known to have invested heavily in security is proof positive. Some foolish investors will always remain blinkered driven by their maniacal belief that they know better than the organisations listed below (click on the links)
- Iraq’s Bright Future The Daily Beast
- Is the Iraq mosaic any different? Khaleej Times
- Iraqi Kurdish trade with Turkey balloons m&c
- Top US commander discusses Iraq with Turkey Lexington Herald-Leader
- How real is the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq? The Hindu
- Concern over deportations of Iraqis from Europe Middle East Online
- With infrastructure in mess uncertainty awaits country Gulf News
- The US war in Iraq is over. Who won? Khaleej Times
- UN agency urges European nations not to deport Iraqi refugee United Nations
- Germany signals hands-off approach to RWE Iraq deal The Guardian
- Iraq impasse almost over: Biden Taipei Times
- An American legacy of spilt blood and bitter hatreds The Daily Telegraph Australia
- Operation Iraqi Freedom is over-New Dawn begins The Examiner
- Where does Iraq’s fate lie? Al Jazeera
- U.S. formally begins new era in Iraq Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
- In a Fragile Iraq, U.S. Ushers in New Era Wall Street Journal
- ‘Political deadlock is the main threat now’ The Times of India
- October 2011– Al Qaeda and Taliban are taking over Iraq and Newsvine
- Iraq close to forming government – Biden The Jordan Times
- Hadidi discusses economic cooperation with officials in Iraq The Jordan Times
The recent sojourn by several institutions to GKP’s holding in Kurdistan to assess the company’s performance was heavily policed by the company. Security guards were en-masse! The cost of which was met by GKP.
Make no mistake here i am a very big fan of GKP and fully expect the sp to continue to rise on takeover/production news, however i feel duty bound to point out that the ONLY reason why Gulf Keystones’ share price is currently struggling to break 130p is the very incontrovertible truth that there is a full bloodied insurgency being played out right before our very eyes. To deny this fact by continually posting throw away unsupported guff on the boards is reprehensible.
Fact; it costs over $4000 to be driven from Baghdad airport to the Green-zone.
Fact; travel between Baghdad and Kurdistan by land for any westerner is a no-go.
Fact; No westerner can walk freely around any region of Iraq with-out armed guards; including Kurdistan!
I could go on and on but feel there’s no point knocking if there’s no one at home.
Do not be fooled by this so-called withdrawal. It is as we here in the city know only a paper withdrawal purely for the great unwashed. The USA/UK will be involved in Iraq for the next 10/20 years. The bombs will continue to explode and all companies involved will be effected!
The rubbish continually posted online by a minority of ill-equipped intellectually challenged morons should be ignored.
Always research your investments and decide when to take profit, it is your investment not theirs!
This article is specifically pointing out why GKP’s share price is were it is!
PS We all want GKP to succeed but to continually post mis-leading ***** on internet chat forums is nothing short of criminal.
- Majority of Iraqis Oppose Obama’s Withdrawal (pajamasmedia.com)
- Iraq war: the conflict in statistics (guardian.co.uk)
- Iraq must finish it themselves (nowpublic.com)
- Not Over Yet (bigthink.com)
- You: After Iraq war, uncertainty and seemingly mixed messages (washingtonpost.com)
- Is Iran the Winner of the War in Iraq? (politicsdaily.com)
- Not so easy to turn the page on Iraq (timesunion.com)