After rising as high as £1.32, Desire Petroleum (DES) fell back with a bump to finish the day down 4p at £1.13. At 3.30pm the long awaited RNS was released which said that the Ocean Guardian had spudded the well at 14.15 GMT. Further news will be released after the 30 days of drilling. For most traders in this stock, and there are many, 30 days is a long time to wait. Without any news flow DES will inevitably drift for a while until rumours from the rig begin to leak. But Contrarian Investor is a little patient so after closing my position at 128p, I have bought back. This one is too volatile to stay on the sidelines for too long. Nice to see FOGL staying in positive territory. I am sure that further rises are on the way.