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Premier Oil Share Chat (PMO)



Share Price: 69.58Bid: 69.28Ask: 69.36Change: -0.78 (-1.11%)Faller - Premier Oil
Spread: 0.08Spread as %: 0.12%Open: 69.76High: 70.02Low: 67.60Yesterday’s Close: 70.36


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Beerbull
Posts: 265
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
What you think of GS, is not the point, to say their is zero institutions is highly questionable.
 
members
Posts: 2,471
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
Giblets... Who do you refer to?
members
Posts: 2,471
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
Beerbull... you call GS a shareholder institution? Is that why our sp tanks each and every time a GS RNS is issued? I would rather not have a shareholder like that!
Beerbull
Posts: 265
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
I suggest you take a quick look at the annual report, where you will see blacktock, Gifford, Aviva, Goldman etc etc are registered as significant shareholders. Holding approx 40% of pmo. As prospects improve maybe they’ll increase their positions. Zero institutions, c’mon.
Giblets
Posts: 694
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
Terrible posts on here again, some people have lost their heads completely!
AlfaMale
Posts: 1,210
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
"In all these years, there have been ZERO Institutional buyers. ZERO."

Someone get this deluded fool off this website.

He really shouldn't be investing in shares - he hasn't got a scooby.
members
Posts: 2,471
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
Steakeater... I hope your previous 9 posts have been a lot better than your 10th? We should get out you mean? Not the manipulators? And why should we get out? Do you mean sell? At 50% loss? For whose benefit? Yours? No, mate. YOU get out as swiftly as you arrived on the scene, and the sooner the better!
members
Posts: 2,471
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
Beerbull... I have been sticking to my guns and help PMO for 5 years now through thick and thin. Saw the sp crash from 550, so bought them at 180 and thought it was the bargain of the century. I saw them crashing to 19 and seemingly becoming worthless. I saw them recover to 148 last October, crash down to 55 at Xmas and now at 97. In all these years, there have been ZERO Institutional buyers. ZERO. Private investors like you and I it and sell these shares. Tony Durrant is the most useless man at talking to Institutions and sell them all our current and future prospects. Instead, he has been called a hero for saving the company. I am not allowed to swear here, but I think Tony’s long ears can hear what I am saying to him... Not that he cares... at 1.4 million pounds a year salary plus bonus and incentives, perks and you name it for the last 10 or 15 years, do you actually think he cares about you or me or any shareholder?
Steakeater
Posts: 10
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
Well said! All those talking about manipulation should just get out and let the market find time to see the value in this company. Stop messing about!
withoutt
Posts: 1,595
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
Beerbull
Baillie Gifford are known for buying for bigger clients that don’t want to show their hand just yet.
But all good if they’re buying.
Atb
Beerbull
Posts: 265
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
I don’t buy into all this manipulation, conspiracy theory stuff. If say Baillie Gifford & other institutions start to build holdings the sp will go up as equity moves into stickier hands. Funds generally buy for the medium to long term, not like some of the posters here who are fretting over whether to buy or sell when the price moves a few pence either way, & in my opinion it is this churning that is causing the volatility in the sp. Ultimately value will out & I believe the outlook for Pmo is looking very good, until that changes I for one will stick to my guns.
laidback
Posts: 8,745
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
*debt repayment worth 80p
laidback
Posts: 8,745
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
Agreed... the MMs will let this rise according to their agenda

$800m of debt will have bn repaid by end of 2020.... that is with 80p on sp.

So as long as oil holds over $70 we will see 150p sometime this year imo .... just a matter of patience
members
Posts: 2,471
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:97.94
RE: PMO
21 May '19
Olliesky... you are right.. nothing positive will move our sp upwards until the market makers release the brakes. In all past years, at some stage, they have done so, but since last October, this share has been manipulated down beyond recognition and despite all the excellent news and results.
Forget about Sea Lion... Catcher record production did nothing. Zama huge news did nothing. Tolmount super prospects did nothing.
Olliesky
Posts: 734
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:97.94
PMO
21 May '19
This thing is just the MM's *****, doesn't make sense being where it is. Higher oil does nothing, good news does nothing, big discoveries do nothing, additional revenue from gas production do nothing. Need to get taken out by a major to make any money if not a trader which I'm not. I think Sealion is just a "would like" not a "must have" so don't see FID or/and sanction this or next year despite all the noise about it.




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