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Zargon Oil & Gas Ltd T.ZAR

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

Zargon Oil & Gas is engaged in the exploration, development and production of oil and natural gas in Canada and the United States and conducts many of its activities jointly with others.
Price: $3.54 | Change: $-0.02 | %Change: -0.56%
Volume: 53,980 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 9.90/3.00
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RE:RE:RE:Insider's buying!

Zargon decision to sell its Hamilton Lake project turned out to be brilliant. ZAR is trading relatively well compare to its peers.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Insider's buying!

The 'shorts' will not like it!  rate and reply
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RE:Insider's buying!

Kherson wrote: Really nice to see... Kherson Or is it?  rate and reply
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Insider's buying!

Really nice to see... Kherson  rate and reply
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Keep in mind the ASP flood timing. The costs for this are already set and as we go on they'll continue to see increased oil volumes. These will be very cheap oil to produce. A major increase in more
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If oil goes above $85 and looks less volatile than today I see the dividend going up. I have no problem with slower increases and continuing to pay the debt down. The sale of the Viking assets more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Divy Cut

I'm not trying to be negative here but your assumption that when oil turns around they will increase their dividend may be a bad one.  I'm guessing the dividend will go up a lot slower than it more
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RE:RE:RE:Divy Cut

I think they're positioning themselves for a bit of market psychology. Obviously its smart to be prudent. But the market has already adjusted your share price for a divy cut so whats the advantage more
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RE:RE:Divy Cut

good question, I think in this oil environment companies will need to be as prudent as possible. No one knows the length of time oil stays at these prices. Also, a lot of precautionary measures to more
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RE:Divy Cut

The news release says they believe it is sustainable at that level.  Funny, they said the same thing when they reduced it to 0.06.  While I do believe it is prudent to be protecting cash, I' more
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Divy Cut

Just announced they are cutting the divvy to 3 cents for the January distribution./ok2  rate and reply
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Supposed to be November '08...

or as I recall it all began with Lehmans tent folding up in early October '08.  rate and reply
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Zargon's 18c Divy...

was maintained during that difficult period of No '08 to March '09..... that was a massive world economic collapse and this time its an issue of who controls market share of world oil more
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RE:adios ZAR

Buy high, sell low.  rate and reply
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adios ZAR

long time shareholder, i finally sold my last 1000 shares this morning at 3.82.    Used the proceeds to buy 300 WCP.    I just can't see ZAR surviving this turmoil.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:quite board

Oil & gas stocks are going into survival mode , cutting cap x and eliminating dividends , Zargon will be no exception.  rate and reply
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RE:quite board

Yes, I can relate. All I would recommend keep holding and collect the dividend. I bought this in Aug 2012 bought at 9.35 seen it go into the 5's then sold in June 2014 for 9.50. Did not make much more
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quite board

there seems to be no bottom ,everyday I loose several thousand dollars by holding this {on paper},and everyday seems too late to sell, almost don't want to follow it any more until I retire in 7 more
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RE:Whom was it sold too?

Toro  rate and reply
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Whom was it sold too?

Does anyone know or did I just miss who they sold the property too?  rate and reply