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Amerisur Share Chat (AMER)



Share Price: 17.30Bid: 17.20Ask: 17.30Change: 0.28 (+1.65%)Riser - Amerisur
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.58%Open: 17.24High: 17.50Low: 17.14Yesterday’s Close: 17.02


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Laptop15
Posts: 536
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:17.38
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Interesting article
Today 14:44
 
Docisacoc
Posts: 641
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.38
RE: Code 100
Today 14:36
When a MM is holding a position and trying to accumulate more shares they do use this trick to hold down the share price. Its a simple trick when you think about it.

Every time someone buys all the available shares at the offer on the order book, the offer moves to the next level and the mid price increases. To stop the price increasing the only way to do it is to offer more shares for sale at that previous offer price. However, as you dont actually want to sell your shares, the MMs dont place say 10,000 shares on the order book, they place a minimal amount. I have seen this often before at 100 shares, but code 100/200 etc is nonsense. they are just placing small orders (often hidden) to hold the price down (or up when they are trying to offload)
Samroy
Posts: 752
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.20
RE: Code 100
Today 11:37
BaileyClark
Posts: 743
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.34
Production targets
Today 11:30
I commented earlier in the week about the company's often mentioned target of 20,000 bopd (sustainable) production by the end of 2019. Reference to this was included several times in last year's annual report (eg "the Board considers the Company has sufficient running room to propel it through its target of 20,000 bopd net by 2019"). GC also commented on this figure in his most recent interview with Malcy and attributed it to JW. I've just been trawling through the latest annual report and can find no mention of this figure. Has it been dropped all of a sudden and, if so, why? Talk of the 20,000 target was often accompanied by a stepping stone figure of 12,000 which I took to be the 2018 year end objective. Interestingly, the latest report does give a target for 2018, not 12,000 but 6,500-8,000 bopd. A minimum of 6,500 doesn't seem very ambitious considering the 14 well programme, Mariposa, well clean ups et al. Based on actual production figures to date the company is currently running at 6,687 bopd so a cynic would say they are setting targets they cannot fail to achieve. Will the 20,000 get a mention at the AGM I wonder or has it been sent to black hole heaven along with so many of their other targets?
jointhedots
Posts: 1,535
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.34
RE: Code 100
Today 11:19
I'd sooner see code 1,000,000 signifying a big buy followed up by a director holding declaration.

Why on Earth does 100 signify "...i need shares", you must think we are really stupid to insult us with that.

I've been investing in shares for well over 3 decades and have never seen anything that indicates any significance.
Laptop15
Posts: 536
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.24
Code 100
Today 10:40
Code 100...i need shares, last time this happened we had a strong rise...lets see if it happens again
bakoven
Posts: 4,214
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.50
royalties
Today 10:04
Still trying to get a grip on the Colombian royalties' story. Besides the latest cynical attempts to get the SP out of the lavatory, thereby protecting corporate backsides, there is still a probability of a fiery AGM. No escape this time around . . ..

[Very glad to note senior posters reining in our very obvious serial ramper. Thanks.]
easyp
Posts: 756
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.02
13th
Today 09:06
jointhedots
Posts: 1,535
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.02
Potitics, licences, incentives etc
Today 08:53
The linked article, published yesterday, gives a good overview of the potentially, localised influences and threats to the oil sector and suggests around 50 blocks on favourable terms could be up for grabs this year.

" This is why, after overcoming the guerrilla violence that threatened its infrastructure for years, Colombians are now preparing for one of the biggest tender rounds in its history with an ace up its sleeve: contractual and tax adjustments that will make the Colombian oil contract one of the most competitive in the region."

https://www.energia16.com/amp/colombia-the-future-of-energy-in-the-ballot-boxes/?lang=en
jointhedots
Posts: 1,535
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.02
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Scraping the bottom of the barrel
Today 07:20
Laptop - don't start with Twitter links.

It really is sad if we need to look at someone's twitter posts, worse, the URL which I do not intend to follow seems to be to an account of yours.

Do us a favour and keep your links to proper publications, ramp or deramp if you wish I can tolerate, but rampant ramping using social media is too much.




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