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High Arctic Energy Services Inc T.HWO

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas Equipment & Services

High Arctic Energy Corp provides contract drilling, completion services, equipment rental and other oilfield services to the oil and gas industry in Papua New Guinea and Canada.
Price: $3.65 | Change: $-0.03 | %Change: -0.82%
Volume: 17,671 | Day High/Low: 3.69/3.65 | 52 Week High/Low: 5.50/3.22
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HWO Continues Buybacks at C$3.75/share during July 2015

Latest 6 months of SEDI filings for HWO by transaction date, descending ?  Amended Filing   As of 11:59pm ET July 28th, 2015 more
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Makes sense to me./  rate and reply
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Anyone think the person that sold, just hung on to get a big divi payment and sold right after..  rate and reply
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Somebody likes the stock more than than the buyer??? A fool is born, I don't think so!!!  rate and reply
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RE:HWO's Biggest Shareholder is a Fund (Cyrus Capital)

Maybe High Arctic, isn't for sale.And Cyprus, sold?  rate and reply
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Volume ?

Over a million shares traded today, what's up?  rate and reply
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1.2 million Share Transaction Today

At 2 pm 1,250,300 shares traded hands in a huge block or several huge block trades at $3.76/share. Anyone have details on this? Must be an insider. Perhaps Cyrus selling ( I don't think so) or more
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HWO's Biggest Shareholder is a Fund (Cyrus Capital)

According to the latest presentation, HWO's biggest shareholder is a fund that sells one day and exits its position. I am sure they will follow the same strategy with HWO and they are not going more
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RE:Purchase & Redemption of 25,000 shares 6/8 - 6/19

Good catch. Meanwhile, the insider ownership is 47% according to the latest presentation.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:PRO Article from SA: Sell Indebted KEG and Buy Debt-Free HWO

the site is 100% free, takes a few minutes to join it...  rate and reply
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RE:PRO Article from SA: Sell Indebted KEG and Buy Debt-Free HWO

Can't read the article if your not a member.  rate and reply
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RE:PRO Article from SA: Sell Indebted KEG and Buy Debt-Free

Good find, thanks!  rate and reply
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Purchase & Redemption of 25,000 shares 6/8 - 6/19

Between 6/8 and 6/19 the company purchased 25,000 shares at $3.75 and redempted them. Check to confirm it.  rate and reply
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PRO Article from SA: Sell Indebted KEG and Buy Debt-Free HWO

PRO Article from Seeking Alpha about HWO was out this morning. The awareness about HWO rises gradually: Seeking Alpha: Sell KEG and Buy HWO - PRO article  rate and reply
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RE:Stronger numbers in the PNG by Fall

Yes I agree,and paid to wait.  rate and reply
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Stronger numbers in the PNG by Fall

With Rig 115 now producing and 116 on its way to the PNG HWO SP will sure move up. Great fundamentals and stronger news to come once both rigs generate more revenue. No debt, great divvy, more
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Low price, good fundamentals

Plus the business in Papua New Guinea are much better than Canada and US now. I like what I see here...  rate and reply
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I believe the next payment date is July 14th, n.r,was released today. What I don't understand, is how the sp is up and down, can't seem to get above the $4.00 level and stay there. I thought more
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All true, but I think patience is key.   I just recently took profits on a few penny stocks, and my VOD, and entered this for long term albeit at 4.00.  Committed to it now. Based on the long more
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HWO is really inexpensive for the following reasons: -pays over 5% safe dividend which represents only 25% of their cash flow - two thirds of their business is in high growth Papua New Guinea vs. more