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That’s why many of the world’s best investors, like Warren Buffett, have to diligently search for opportunities where the incentives of shareholders and executives hew to the same line. (Buffett himself, by the way, is no hypocrite.You can get better, steadier returns by investing with an executive whose net worth and risk profile track that of shareholders. It makes sense to align the incentives of the CEO with those of the company’s investors.
Every CEO, of course, holds some equity in his or her company. It’s often equity that was granted as opposed to an actual investment, though. Our clients want companies where the boss has pushed all in, where his or her wealth is deeply tied to the company's fortunes. Private equity firms now seek out investments where the CEO’s risk mimics that of the institutional fund — where the CEO loses real wealth right along with shareholders if things go sour. It’s not easy for small investors to mimic the actions of their big-money peers, but in this case, it’s possible: You can get better, steadier returns by investing with an executive whose net worth and risk profile track that of shareholders. It makes sense to align the incentives of the CEO with those of the company’s investors. And yet it’s surprising how often those things often run askew of each other. Most CEOs garner a large paycheck regardless of stock performance. That’s why many of the world’s best investors, like Warren Buffett, have to diligently search for opportunities where the incentives of shareholders and executives hew to the same line. (Buffett himself, by the way, is no hypocrite.
Croq you own investment strategy is a personal opinion and irrelevant to this bb the only thing that's relevant which will bring value to all investers is ukog as such suggest all do what ever it takes to support our investment and ensure we have a profitable FTSE dividend paying company
Of course non-holders do not need to buy in if they are unhappy, Idespair, but for current holders, a review of your investment timeline, current progress and SP is worth making. Looking back at the Jan 2019 Strategy and drilling plan RNS (for 2019-20), progress has been much slower than anticipated operationally (e.g. 2 horizontal wells by end 2019), although clearly progress has been made elsewhere (e.g. additional acreage, albeit via dilution). I am hoping to see an updated strategy plan released for this year, but the ongoing silence on communications and delays are concerning, which are leading (imo) many to reviews their positions here. Delays, of course do happen, but a 1-2 year time frame, could turn out to be much longer, without any guarantee of success in all areas under consideration. This is still a risky play, despite considerable progress, and I for one, although comfortable with my holding and average (1.48) am looking to hold for news, rather than consider adding further. This time last year I was hoping for a return to a 1.50p to 2p SP by year end, and now 1 year on am looking at the same for this year. I see this coming good in the long term, but just do not see any sharp re-rate in the short term.
But what do I know, as apparently I am either a troll or a trader for not being 100% positive on every aspect here, despite having a realistic (imo) outlook. gla
Dynamo and as invester more than happy to I best in further licence area. Dont forget we have 25 years of the black gold to sell have a feeling my investment will show the return I expect never been wrong yet
Any rise is heavily sold into, in the event of any good news it won’t rise much as sellers have full control of things, this won’t change until YA finish dumping shares onto the market probably towards the end of the year. Who knows where the sp will be by then or whether UKOG will still be around, in the meantime the drip selling will just continue and get worse I’m afraid
While I have to agree with you assessment of the dilution giving the number of shares inissue here.
What you don't mention is the value added for the shares:
1. 32%-86% ownership & revinue of HH licence with planning permission for 6 wells & water injector well now flowing for over 18 months. 2. 60%-98% Ownership of IOW licence. 3. 40%-67% ownership of Holmwood licence. 4. 100% ownership of PEDL 234.
I picked one at random and looked it up. BAEsystems. Jerry DeMuro has £2m, Peter Lynas £1.62m, Charles Woodburn £1.06m and Roger Carr £0.811m. Those are guys that believe themselves enough to actually buy shares in the thing they are managing.
And SS has.........
So your theory that FTSE Directors don’t hold shares is blown out of the water.
There were only 3 billion shares in issue in 2017. Now nearly 7.4 billion. You have to take that into account, so 11p then is like 4.5p now for starters. The rise back then was the French and other joined companies buying shares and the drop back was them offloading them onto mug punters. SS may be “hardworking” as some put it, but has he backed himself by buying any actual shares? If he doesn’t put his own money in then why should shareholders?
To be fair this does seem like the type of share that could explode up to the 5p + range within 3 or 4 trading days or implode down to under 0.10 within a couple of trading days, obviously just depends on what sort of news come out next.