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Raging River Exploration Inc T.RRX

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P

Raging River Exploration Inc is a crude oil and natural gas exploration, development and production company based in Calgary, Canada. Its area of operation is located in the Viking light oil fairway at the greater Dodsland area in southwest Saskatchewan.
Price: $7.40 | Change: $-0.05 | %Change: -0.67%
Volume: 165,390 | Day High/Low: 7.44/7.15 | 52 Week High/Low: 11.25/5.58
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rrx rated a buy - price target as of Dec 19: $10

December 19 equity research, RRX price target $10, rated a buy.  rate and reply
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Speak of the Devil I would bet the market would react favorably to this release!  rate and reply
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capital budget

should be out this week hopefully giving the same reassuring statements to the market  rate and reply
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Why the Oil Slump Cannot Last

The oil slump is definitely temporary based on this factual SA analysis: Editor's Pick from Seeking Alpha about the Oil Slump  rate and reply
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Mention on bnn

See link  rate and reply
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is it just me

or did the oil price down trend finally just break today? maybe too early to call, but goldman sachs got their 70 buck short play, now the forces that be and all the media can shift gears, oil more
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RE:Netbacks / Expenses

Here's some simple numbers off the rrx corporate presentation. So as a very rough guideline for this quarter these numbers would imply at a oil price of $81.60 the company would still be running more
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Netbacks / Expenses

Anyone know the break-evebn WTI oil price that RRX would have, i know in the industry it is one of the best at managing expenses; with high netbacks; but i dont know the exact numbers? Wheels  rate and reply
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Buy quality...

in wild down times like this, and RRX is the best growth oil stock I know of. Highest netbacks I have seen on a consitent basis, these guys have always outperformed. If any oil company can excel more
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inside sell today

not confidence building  rate and reply
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Tomorrow or Monday? haha Who knows what will happen but at these prices it is hard not to bite.  rate and reply
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Yes, amazing is an understatement. I never thought I would see a day like this. For those investors who don't have a position in oil and gas stocks there can't be a better day to buy than more
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be fearful when those are greedy; be greedy when those are fearful. love the smell of blood in the streets -- black friday sales on the TSX  rate and reply
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Will be getting back in as soon as the US investors dump. Time to back up the truck and pick up a bargain. Then let the cheerleading begin.  rate and reply
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Russ Dratwa Newsletter

Extract from the latest edition. GLTA The funniest thing I’ve seen in a while was Keith Schaefer’s (editor/publisher of the Oil & Gas Investments Bulletin) response to me for a top pick to help more
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RE:this is gross

I'm buying more at $7 and going to buy some puts as a hedge  rate and reply
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this is gross

nearing the 52 week low. I have to think even if oil goes lower raging river remains at least break even profitable. Are you guys buying now? Or holding for Thursdays opec update?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:opec meeting

Let's talk Americans, most candian companies aren't going to have issues at these levels. Lots of the American shale isn't profitable under that 75$-80$ a barrel range which is going to force more
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RE:RE:opec meeting

true enough, but will american companies curtail their growth? likely they'll just take advantage of the higher prices and continue to grow their production unchecked, or has this little drop more
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RE:opec meeting

OPEC is losing 245 Billion dollars a year at these oil levels quoted by Eric Nuttall Toward the end of the clip.  Seems reason enough to wanna more