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Southern Pacific Resource Corp T.STP

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.STP.DB | STPJF

Southern Pacific Resource Corp is a oil and gas exploration company engaged in the acquisition and development of heavy oil and bitumen producing properties, with a focus on thermal extraction of in-situ oil sands projects.
Price: $0.06 | Change: $-0.005 | %Change: -7.69%
Volume: 1.2m | Day High/Low: 0.065/0.06 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.81/0.045


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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:This is not intended to be a happy ending.

I think you both completely missed my point feel free to read the line where I wrote newer shareholders, and last time I checked YLO was under a dime for almost a year.   Good God you really are...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:This is not intended to be a happy ending.

I will be right to the point here,and hence blunt.Your defensive argument is baseless.I know ...my wife owns (owned )Yellow pages since way back when it was touted as an ideal retirement income stock...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:This is not intended to be a happy ending.

So if you had 20000 shares that you paid $1/sh for i.e. $20000 and they consolidated 1 for 200 so you ended up with 100 shares and they went all the way up to $25 you ended up with $2500 in lieu of...read more
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RE:RE:RE:This is not intended to be a happy ending.

Actually Wittman reverse splits sometimes do turn out nicely for current/newer shareholders.  Yellow Pages was probably the most hated stock a couple of years ago and it sunk all the way down to 2...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:This is not intended to be a happy ending.

i AGREE: Its along ways from going broke, its hard for a public company with assets and income to go broke  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:This is not intended to be a happy ending.

I dont see a reverse split happening this year, next year likely. Dave Antony advised me not 2 weeks ago it was not one of the options on the table at this time. Consolidation is a concern of mine and...read more
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RE:RE:This is not intended to be a happy ending.

You answered your own question...it is semantics and nothing  more.I dont see your objection when you obviously agree.The statement I was making about the reverse split was more in reference to other...read more
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RE:RE:RE:It will be an happy ending

Polydactyly is nothing to be feared.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:It will be an happy ending

I count on my fingers  rate and reply
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RE:It will be an happy ending

I'd get a replacement abacus if I were you.  rate and reply
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It will be an happy ending

Before year end, STP will be cash flow positive To be there, STP may have to sell some reserves  rate and reply
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No One Is Getting My Shares

Not intersted in selling :-) GLA  rate and reply
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RE:RE:This is not intended to be a happy ending.

He sure has an abrasive writing style but he means well I'm sure.I think what he's implying is that a reverse split has  a negative sentiment effect on any stock.Something we sure dont need now.And...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:The past - math and optimism

McKay is where the available cash must go because without McKay the company is still a dud. Senlac is a guarantee with no mystery and has value as an asset sale if required. That $18M is going to come...read more
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RE:This is not intended to be a happy ending.

What does a reverse split have to do with the survival of the company?  A reverse split is semantics. wittmann wrote: Stp of late ,will never have a happy ending.Its a matter only of survival....it...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:The past - math and optimism

Hmmm,  this sucks. does anyone know of which are in the books for ICD installs.  I assume 1P2 which has been shut in since late 2013. It's current production before shut in was about 112 boe.  Now the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:The past - math and optimism

hey rad, won't be arpound much today but wanted to answer your query before heading out. We got to the break even number by taking the loss declared by the company for previous quarter (Calendar Q1 I...read more
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RE:RE:The past - math and optimism

Sorry Shat what I meant was - where did you get the 7000bpd figure?  rate and reply
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RE:The past - math and optimism

Good analysis Shatner - Oil is low, but the Canadian Dollar is dropping nicely. Doesn't McKay break even at 2500 bpd, and become cash flow positive at 3000 bpd?  This looks achievable over the course...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:STP Has Reserves

monzie wrote: And I was simply just quoting your very first post.  Trust me I never implied nor meant to imply that you were a sophisticated trader.  In fact I'm pretty sure I said your game was funny...read more