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Fund Manager Chris Bailey talks about an opportunist 2017 for investors


Xcite Energy Share Chat (XEL)



Share Price: 1.575Bid: 1.51Ask: 1.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.39Spread as %: 25.83%Open: 1.56High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 1.575


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MissAnthrope
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RE: Cole..
Wed 18:17
The same gang of lying , ramping threatening rampers were all over several other AIM shares on a ` well known web site`.Anyone who opposed them was referred to the abuse dep`t ` en masse`, thus getting the innocents punished.
The management were informed of this abuse but did nothing, until in exasperation at being inundated with demands to ban innocent people by the head of the boiler house, they eventually banned it, too late for most though.
 
toxicnerve
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RE: Cole..
Wed 15:59
I have to concur with Missy..as much as it smarts...
MissAnthrope
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RE: Cole..
Wed 14:48
I think most of the pi`s remaining after it topped were /are fairly naive punters who thought they would be able to buy a house or retire on the profits here, and it was quite a steady rise over the years to ts 4 quid top from 2p in 2011, an increase of 2.000%.
not to be sneezed at- well the bod didn`t.
HOWEVER one can only assume that the naifs were swayed by the rampers stating that +6,000% was coming, and being urged not to sell yet!
highlandsbull
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RE: Cole..
Tue 20:47
Amazing with the stock percentage they held/hold there has not been a peep out of them or show up and castigate the dunderheads running the company re the end product of their investment.
highlandsbull
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RE: RE: Cole..
Tue 20:41
They could start with the rampers in XER management.
highlandsbull
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RE: TN
Tue 20:37
Yes, they should have assessed the data requirement at the time of the ON and not offhired the rig until clearance to that effect from DECC. Yet they still went ahead with the RN oontract without FDP, l/term funding in place, partner or anything. Cowboys.
bodog
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RE: TN
Tue 20:13
Agreed, hard to call when the BOD spew lie after lie.
Blue-Eyes
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TN
Tue 19:19
Not sure how I missed it when it came our originally but I think it's probably the only time I have seen someone come out and say it like it is

As he wryly said it gave them and others a chance to blame something else - I think though that it only works if you ignore the rest.

I had hoped that the quality of the asset would get them over the line in spite of rather than because of them but that's when I do think the POO hit and by then the insurmountable hurdle for a depreciated asset was the size of the debt.

I don't agree though that we should just castigate ourselves. A certain amount of trust/belief goes into every investment you make regardless.
toxicnerve
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RE: TN
Tue 17:54
'His most telling comment is that the downside in oil and gas allowed them to make a graceful exit. i.e it gives them a handy excuse to sweep any other failings underneath the POO.'

Even so its pretty damning of the Bods performance , or lack of...
Blue-Eyes
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TN
Tue 16:07
An O&G analyst with 15 years experience agrees

This is well worth a listen, I hadn't heard this before - I think he outlines it as it really is. 4.29 onwards.

http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/6001/wh-irelands-brendan-long-talks-hurricane-energy-parkmead-jersey-oil-gas-and-xcite-6001.html

They broke the cardinal E&P rule
Explore via equity
Produce with debt

They broke another
Don't ****h off your Institutional Investors when the quality II's walk away the only replacements you will find will just be seeking to rip your heads off before you try and turn them over.

His most telling comment is that the downside in oil and gas allowed them to make a graceful exit. i.e it gives them a handy excuse to sweep any other failings underneath the POO.

IMO although the EWT was a success being required was the start of the rot.

They could possibly have got around the disappointment re the reserves and sorted that out later as the EPS would have done the job. That was truly the first time that Rupert took on a financial commitment (Rowan Norway) without the means to pay for it - production licence. The bond just followed the WF loan but each time you are perceived to have screwed up the outfit coming in just apply more punitive terms i.e secured over the asset vs unsecured. Global having it written into the agreement that they can short - priors theoretically prohibited




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