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Granite Oil Corp. T.DTX

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Primary Symbol: T.GXO

Price: $7.09 | Change: +$0.17 | %Change: +2.46%
Volume: 179,463 | Day High/Low: 7.10/6.77 | 52 Week High/Low: 11.16/4.025
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4 stars

RE:Deal Makes No Sense

Honestly, the main reason this COULD make sense is to try to be the subject of a buyout.  Both smaller companies are much more in the range of a buyout for a larger players.  Just sayin  rate and reply
4 stars

Deal Makes No Sense

(1)  companies are merging into bigger entities to survive - not going the other way. (2)  bigger entities have better access to capital - not smaller companies (3)  the combined cash flow of more
4.5 stars

RE:RE:Two Positive Assessments

10,000 shares in DTX, become 5,000 shares in Boulder and 3,300 shares in Granite. The Granite shares pay .03 a month, total .36 per year.  If we assume that each company got approximately the more
5 stars

Dividend Paying Company In This Environment...?

I don't like the idea of creating a small dividend-paying company with a low % of production hedged going forward in this oil price environment. Seems very risky. Like others have stated, more
4 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:I don'y buy CIBC analysis

And you don't have an opinion and just take everything at face value? There are some mighty fine O&G ETFs that you could throw money into instead  rate and reply
3 stars

RE:RE:RE:I don'y buy CIBC analysis

You guys just don't get it.  You talk declines, you think they are not going to drill even more to keep production rising? I know the D3 guys are excited about this and figure the shareholders more
0 stars

RE:RE:I don'y buy CIBC analysis

It's from the CIBC report, I don't know how to post it, maybe someone smarter than me can add it here.  This is an excerpt from it.  As with Granite, the biggest assumption in our view comes down more
5 stars

RE:I don'y buy CIBC analysis

I don't have anything worthwhile to say about the second half of your post, but regarding Boulder - why not? DeeThree was always an exploration play, never paid dividends, always heavy oil more
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I don'y buy CIBC analysis

If we try to value each individual company as CIBC does. I can't subscribe to the notion that Boulder (belly river) will trade at DTX's current multiple.  As a company with high declines+40% and more
5 stars

RE:April 8 - Bruce Campbell (2)

That's rubbish ...  The analysts are confused ....    If we look at DTX as it presently sits,  a company is worth $6.50    The dividend calculation  ..  If I presently own 1 share of more
3 stars

April 8 - Bruce Campbell (2)

Really not getting a lot of respect from the market. When they announced they were splitting into 2 companies, he expected the stock price to appreciate, but it actually went down. The company more
1.5 stars

RE:Two Positive Assessments

" It will have a nice dividend, probably in the 12% range " That would make the Granite company only worth $3/share ? I don't like the deal, but that comment is simply done out of sheer more
4.5 stars

Two Positive Assessments

First clip is Rob Lauzon (last stock) and the second is Bruce Campbell 2 (second stock). GLTA more
5 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:Director & Management shareholding

...and is GMP earning any fees out of this transaction ???  rate and reply
2.5 stars

This Is Why They Did It

Benefits to DeeThree Shareholders The Reorganization will create two independent, pure play oil companies which will pursue different business strategies which better reflect the unique nature more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:Director & Management shareholding

kaisersosze, The reply I received was :   " The key difference is if you count in the holdings of GMT Capital. One of DeeThree's Board members, Kevin Andrus, works for GMT. GMT owns 7.1 MM shares more
0 stars

The Split

I truly hate to actually agree with Squint1's posts today but: during the last two days the market has clearly indicated what they think of this move to split into two seperate entities, about more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:spidey sense

The only thing I can add is that is isn't a spur of the moment decision.  I heard this idea floated two or three years ago, so that debunks the theories of it being ONLY opportunistic.  The timing more
0 stars

RE:RE:Director & Management shareholding

I don't see their buys on Canadian Insider...that's a big transaction and over 5% of the company.  Any idea who this is?  rate and reply
1 star

RE:Director & Management shareholding

I just received a response to my inquiry, a clear and concise answer.  A new director represents over 7 million shares. New since the April 2014 management information circular.    Now my more