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Petrodorado Energy Ltd V.PDQ

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

Petrodorado Energy Ltd is an oil and natural gas exploration company. The Company is engaged in the exploration and development activities in Columbia and the United States.
Price: $0.035 | Change: +$0.005 | %Change: +16.67%
Volume: 549,795 | Day High/Low: 0.035/0.03 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.055/0.025
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RE:Can anyone tell me what Robbie did here? Good or bad? thanks

Looks like they granted Robbie options in Oct 2013 (new management including him took over which is good). Not sure if he already owned shares in Oct 2013 or if those were a grant? Don't know why more
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Can anyone tell me what Robbie did here? Good or bad? thanks

As of 11:59pm ET August 31st, 2014 Filing Date Transaction Date Insider Name Ownership Type Securities Nature of transaction more
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RE:PDQ: Next acquisition target?

If not PTA, someone is likely to take out PDQ given that the stock is trading for less than cash value. However, PDQ is in a better position to stay independent (if they want to) with cash flow more
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PDQ: Next acquisition target?

Given that PDQ operates in a very close distance to Petroamerica (PTA), PDQ might be the next acquisition target. PTA is looking for more acquisitions in Colombia according to this "Top Idea" more
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RE:Buying tomorrow.. Maybe..

PDQ is much more speculative than Suroco or Petroamerica. On the positive side, the stock is trading for less than the cash on their debt free balance sheet. Their first successful well was more
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Buying tomorrow.. Maybe..

I've been recently interested in Colombia oil.. purchased SRN, PTA, and now looking at PDQ.  Someone fill me in... Reserves? Share Consolidation?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Something is up.

They have a shareholder rights program (poison pill) that is supposed to protect shareholders by ensuring that the company can't be acquired in a lowball hostile bid. Of course if management gets more
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RE:Something is up.

They modified the shareholder rights agreement. Something to do with the expiry. I don't fully understand what it means though.  rate and reply
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Something is up.

High Volume just took out all the resistance at 3 cents.  rate and reply
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Bid 0 - 2.5 million. Whats up?

Bid at .025 went from basically nothing to 2.5 million in a dead summer market. Is something up?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Breakup value of PDQ

PDQ will be sold by year end. They want to see first the drilling results from their Indian (ONGC) partner.  rate and reply
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RE:Breakup value of PDQ

So what´s the company vaue, in which from the $94MM of total assets $65MM of exploration and evaluation assets are fraud, invented by the CFO so he can justify his +$200k a year, plus his option more
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Breakup value of PDQ

Management needs to concede they have run this ship into the ground and sell at the best possible price.  Breakup value of this company is still at least a double from here (woopie). They will more
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They never had 78 million shares outstanding it was more like 300 million. Mgmt had about 60 million  rate and reply
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Heres a thought... How about MGMT finally deliver some value back to Shareholders??. Surely to god, this would be something new?  Second, in 2009 PDQ had roughtly 78M shares outstanding.. Today more
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The company has decent books, but they need a rollback in order to clean things up a bit and get some value back. $94 million in assets with $6.4 million in debt. Plus they keep losing on a more
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You and PDQ management don't have a lot of credibility topadvisor.  Here is a few of your previous posts: According to management and I will not disclose who I talked to, the so called rollback more
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Just read the first line after the heading in my previous post. It starts out saying ; VIRTUALLY IN ALL CASES, the shares go down AFTER THE CONSOLIDATION. Actually it is like over 80% of the time more
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RE:RE:RE:TD speculative buy

WRONG !#$%^&*( Share Rollbacks: Good or Bad for Investors Wednesday April 18, 2012 15:28   As a general rule, we hate to see an announcement of a share rollback, however, more
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RE:RE:TD speculative buy

When you see selling by TD, what's to say that it's them selling for their own account as opposed to executing an order for a customer?  The rollback would probably make the stock easier to trade. more