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Lightstream Resources Ltd. PBKEF

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Primary Symbol: T.LTS
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.PBN | LSTMF

Lightstream Resources Ltd is a light oil-focused exploration and production company. Its operating areas include southeastern Saskatchewan, central Alberta, and north-central Alberta.
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Volume: 0 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 7.890/7.508
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re cc

just listened to the entire podcast -it was the best one in several years for substance -a few callers tore a strip out of Wright and had him stuttering pretty good-think some of the comments actually...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Its simple, do you trust management

If WTI stays $80 or below, I am sure a dividend cut is coming. If $80 WTI goes well into next year, LTS is already suggesting a 2015 $450M CF. Without adding any further LT debt, the company will...read more
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Operating PPFB Indicates Management Efficiency

During the CC, of course, sector sentiment was brought up and that LTS is not immune to market forces, etc. and few would want a CEO position at LTS, etc. While many on this BB and others call for C...read more
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RE:RE:Its simple, do you trust management

Darkstream I don't thing they will cut the dividend.  They will dig in and increase the debt if necessary.  That is why I won't but this stock at any price.  rate and reply
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RE:Its simple, do you trust management

Wright and Board biggest fault by far has been its slow reaction to conditions. Some say they were one year behind the curve. I say at least two years. That alone should have been enough to replace...read more
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Its simple, do you trust management

Stock has gone from 30.00 to under 3.00.  No one got fired.  Exec's and board still in place. Can't execute and they are not accountable.  When analysts told them to cut the divi and sell assets, they...read more
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RE:RE:50% Dividend Cut Coming At $80 WTI_No Share Repurchase

exactly, De-risk = higher multiple. Lower debt = lower risk. Therefore, lower the debt = higher share price. So, cash flow should be used to lower debt. It's really that simple in the falling oil...read more
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RE:50% Dividend Cut Coming At $80 WTI_No Share Repurchase

I agree when2buy that if a dividend cut is in the cards that the funds be used either for debt reduction or for growth through the drill bit. Buying back shares in my opinion wouldn't satisfy the...read more
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50% Dividend Cut Coming At $80 WTI_No Share Repurchase

CC seemed quite clear to me... LTS is bracing for $80 WTI for the foreseeable future (at least Q4 & likely Q1 2015) and CFO Peter (Scott) pretty much laid out the scenario... LTS intent on keeping...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Cc loving it

We've seen these before with Dividend yield skyrocketing as the share price collapses. Although a buyback of shares sounds logical from a mathematical view, when Ive seen these scenarios its the debt...read more
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Oil & gas industry

What's always most important is Cash flow.  rate and reply
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RE:Cash Flow

Looks like we bought another $44 million US of the high interest bonds.  I like this because of Can$,   interest is higher in Canadian funds and costs a much higher rate than bank credit line...read more
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I hate to say it guys but___

It looks like LTS and SGL are both gonna go belly up___ A tragedy  because both have great resources but both lack competent management...  rate and reply
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The last guy on the CC is 100% correct

They should eliminate the divy and buy back stock right away. If they don't, they are fools.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:How does John not know what the book value of the company is

Well, to start...... Book Value is a term seldom if ever used in Oil&Gas companies. So that he did not know it off-hand is not a big deal. It is the same as someone asking what the PE Ratio is...read more
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BECAUSE OIL IS GOING LOWER

THE SHORTS DIDNT HAVE TO COVER FOR THE WEEK END ..It dosnt  look good for next week.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:How does John not know what the book value of the company is

I missed the CC this morning . I do not see any details on LTS website as to how to listen . Could you please give me coordinates . Thanks  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:How does John not know what the book value of the company is

Sorry the poker question was to sale price.  Valuedude you're right there was a book value question.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:How does John not know what the book value of the company is

Thank Godness it's Friday...can't lose any more money until Monday!!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:How does John not know what the book value of the company is

Correct...and he was right to use the poker analogy.  If someone wants to buy your co, it's up to the buyer to initiate the price.  rate and reply

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