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Angus Energy Share Chat (ANGS)



Share Price: 4.80Bid: 4.70Ask: 4.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Angus Energy
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 4.26%Open: 4.85High: 4.90Low: 4.70Yesterday’s Close: 4.80


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RealAnalyst
Posts: 1,121
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.15
RE: The Dark Horse
11 Jan '19
Sorry dsfat !-it must be my poor eyesight. .
 
RealAnalyst
Posts: 1,121
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.15
RE: The Dark Horse
11 Jan '19
Dsfat
I think you must have made a typo when you said:-"IF Brockham is as good as investors expect Angus will suffer a serious drop"-a drop seriously?-surely you meant rise?
When Brockham flows as expected we will get a significant rise and retake back up to
20p.Nu tech estimates there are 24.1 MMB0 per square metre..we are currently valued at 100 bopd,which I's preposterous.The market should have valued this at 15 to 17p which gives us a cautious estimate of 300 bopd.
The fundamentals here are awesome,it's the incompetence of the management and the fact that they have zero credibility in the city that is hurting us.Vonk should be voted out and this larcenous finance and option's deal voted out by any self-respecting investors.
Vonk shouldn't be getting any options-these are rewards for failure!!-it is blatant daylight robbery. I don't mind rewarding success,but not rewarding a 67% fall in the value of the company since Lidsey.
We need a ceo who puts investors first and care's about drilling results,not lining their own pocket regardless.
dsfat
Posts: 964
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.15
The Dark Horse
11 Jan '19
Alba doing better today than UKOG and Angus makes perfect sense to me at this time.

IF Brockham does not flow as investors hope Angus will suffer a significant drop (regardless of who the bod is) whilst Alba are unlikely to suffer due to their having a small stake in Brockham.

IF HH tests show HH to be less than fantastic UKOG will surely suffer a significant drop whilst Alba with less at stake do not need great results from HH for it to be deemed a success.

Alba holders are less stressed about both HH and Brockham delivering fantastic results because they have other projects that look certain to deliver interest and value in the coming weeks, months and years.

We all want great results from HH and Brockham but UKOG and Angus NEED great results...

Big difference

imo of course




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