Sunday 22 April 2018 | ShareProphets: The one stop source for breaking news, expert analysis, and podcasts on fast-moving AIM and LSE listed shares
Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - in awe of Cynical Bear and all my colleagues and feeling like a prat ( or not) over the AIQ scandal
Following my questions about the RNS released last Friday at 4.31pm by AIM-listed Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) which saw a 20% share price drop during the auction, I have had confirmation of what actually happened from a reliable source. It makes a mockery of AIM Rules and MAR.
I can’t say I know an awful lot about AIM-listed Victoria Oil and Gas (VOG), beyond its (still) pending farm-out deal with fellow AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN) which continues to await approval from the Cameroon authorities. But I do know is a 20% share price fall and an unfortunate after-hours RNS looks pretty bad – both for the company and for AIM in general. The question is what went on and whether the company and its Nomad behaved badly, or whether it was simply the effect of the blind application of AIM Rules.
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Laurence Read of Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) is at the podium. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, David Lenigas of Anglo African (AAAP) discusses making money on African investments with Chris Bailey of Financial Orbit and Laurence Read of Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG), compered by Nigel Somerville. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at [email protected] - Today I look at shares of Noricum Gold (NMG), Prospex Oil & Gas (PXOG), Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) and offer some share price targets for all three stocks.
Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) delivered a fairly upbeat set of results this morning. Although the company recorded a $50.8million loss, $49.8million of this stemmed from an impairment charge relating to the company’s West Medvezhye project in Russia. The much more positive news was that operations in Cameroon delivered a profit after tax of $5.4million. Even so, the market appears to have been fairly underwhelmed by this and Victoria Oil & Gas’ share price is off 2.5% at 58p, last seen. This values the company at £64.6million. The question now is might there be a value case for buying this stock with a medium outlook?
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at [email protected] - Today I look at shares of Blinkx (BLNX), Dotdigital (DOTD), Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) and offer some share price targets.
The next presentation from UK Investor Show 2015 is by Kevin Foo of Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) who also appeared on the main stage oil panel.
Famed bear raider Evil Knievil has been greedily buying more shares in AIM listed Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) in recent days. Greed and Evil are two words that are often found together. To understand why Evil is buying have a look at this video of CEO Kevin Foo presenting at the UK Investor show a couple of months ago.
Direct from the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre a video featuring a UK Investor Show 2014 presentation by Kevin Foo of Victoria Oil and Gas (VOG)
In the final part of this week’s Top 6 AIM stocks to buy, the Closet Chartist selects IGas Energy and Victoria Oil & Gas
When calling up the daily chart of Magnolia Petroleum (LSE:MAGP) the other day I actually had to check that the EPIC typed in was correct, given the way the shares were around half of the expected value. In the case of Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) I also had to recheck the EPIC code, but this time on the basis that the chart appeared to be overly positive.
While giving the benefit of the doubt to the bull argument at Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) would not have been a total washout in terms of a trading strategy for 2013, it is clear from the configuration of the daily chart in recent months that being an optimist here would only have reaped rewards for limited periods of this year.
You could have got married, had children and got divorced waiting for the big turnaround in Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) to finally get underway. But patience is sometimes rewarded.
It has not really been a year to savour for investors in Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) like Fatty Cawkwell. The shares have more than halved halved since the initial 2.4p peak of January.
With gazillions of shares in issue and on the back of a terrible run for the sector the share price of Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) has been free falling from 6p since July 2011. But…
Infamous short seller Evil Knievil has, we can reveal, today purchased several million shares in Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) at 1.33p.
I covered Victorian Oil and Gas quite recently, on the basis that the stock appeared to be bubbling under and have the potential to build from the area under 1.5p. This still appears to be the case, but the challenge as ever is to try and get the timing correct.
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