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Xcite Energy Share Chat (XEL)



Share Price: 1.52Bid: 1.52Ask: 1.73Change: -0.63 (-29.30%)Faller - Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.21Spread as %: 13.82%Open: 2.04High: 2.10Low: 1.22Yesterday’s Close: 2.15


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TrekMadone
Posts: 29
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.72
That explains the buys?
Today 14:45
IMO seems like some hedge funds with a vested interest have been buying to ensure the vote goes though, how many proxy accounts, why the veil of secrecy behind the BH's. I don't think RC was smart enough to see this coming a year out but now he's probably got a vested interest in seeing in through as is our chief engineer who is also 'needed' on the books. After all these years its probably a 2.5 bagger from here. You really couldn't make it up, a lifetime of savings to finance this only to line someone else's pocket. I don't see why we couldn't have got even 300m in a firesale. Absolute robbery and injustice... 80k vaporised for trusting the Co. Crooks! I have no time left now to recovery that money. So angry. GL to all in same sinking boat.
 
highlandsbull
Posts: 5,048
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.74
RE: vote no
Today 14:45
Quie agree for peanuts offer call default and let the bondholders try to recover what they can, stick them in it this the best useless rc can do, draw esousa better and drill a well at Chadwick, most important at egm vote out this incompetent finally.
shatter
Posts: 5,798
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.35
Next stop
Today 14:41
A couple of months down the line this will be taken private .. then sold..remaining shareholders will be left with nowt. Who would buy now into 1.5% ? Mad as hatters.
hku821
Posts: 2,288
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.35
Idiot Maths
Today 14:37
So say we currently have 250 million barrels and 330 million shares. If we make $20 a barrel profit, around $0.30 (1.5%) comes to us original shareholders.

Am I right in thinking that would be top end 22p? As you can tell I'm not that bright as invested here!! I also appreciate we have no money to develop the field so pie in the sky!!
shatter
Posts: 5,798
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.35
Dooby
Today 14:37
I was thinking the same... nuts!
Scaryone
Posts: 399
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.35
Someone gotta buy this cheaply now
Today 14:37
Surely it's a cheap scoop now
ceilingcat
Posts: 2,638
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.35
Dilution
Today 14:37
With the dilution I make that just over 20 billion shares in issue. Good job Xcite!

Where's Annikins today? 'you will swallow your words when the sp dings past 5p' !!!!!!
Dooby
Posts: 3,354
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.35
why the hell are folk
Today 14:35
still buying this dog ?????????????? Jeepers.
ethanhunt
Posts: 638
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Price:1.35
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wanted man
Today 14:30
he will have to go into witness protection me thinks , what a twat, he prob not even in country ,
did he really say judge me when deal is done and is this share totally derisked and safest share on aim .
toxicnerve
Posts: 2,402
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.35
RE: Extra month for a deal
Today 14:30
New CEO & CFO...otherwise vote NO




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