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Surge Energy Inc V.SGY

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.SGY | ZPTAF | T.SGY.R | T.SGY.O

Price: $4.05 | Change: +$0.13 | %Change: +3.32%
Volume: 4.6m | Day High/Low: 4.06/3.84 | 52 Week High/Low: 8.82/3.23
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RE:My research notes

I take it you don't follow Canacol. Have you looked at it?  rate and reply
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My research notes

Sharing my research notes created from TD Action Notes for the companies I follow. Name Friday Close New Target Old...read more
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RE:China, no surprise here...

Silly Chinese... trading trillions of valuable Obama-bucks for worthless oil.  They would probably buy other useless things like gold, grain and minerals.  rate and reply
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3 way collar on hedging is proving to be a problem

The three-way hedges risk exacerbating a cash squeeze for companies trying to cope with the biggest plunge in oil prices this decade. This is what the three-way looks like in practice... Pioneer used...read more
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China, no surprise here...

Record Oil Tankers Sailing to China Amid Stockpiling Signs By Naomi Christie Dec 12, 2014 9:26 AM PT • Source: Frontline Ltd. via Bloomberg A supertanker called 'Front Shanghai' is pictured here in...read more
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Insider Buys....

Cdn Insider shows Robert Allan Leach buying 26,000 @ $3.94.... yesterday, Dec. 19th.... gotta like that!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dividend cut inevitable

yes you see those smaller purchases each month by PC around dividend time...these would probably be Dividend re-investment purchases ( DRIPs) in numerous accounts of his....see them every month.....  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dividend cut inevitable

It is in his name yes but it is not consistent with other purchases he has made in the past so it looks to me like those buys were company generated (part of his compensation)  When Paul buys he tends...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dividend cut inevitable

From Paddler on IV $PEAK board,  and Sedi looks like Paul was back in the market Dec 17 purchasing more shares in the public market. http://www.investorvillage.com/groups.asp?mb=13681&mn=38810&pt=msg...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dividend cut inevitable

great post gopats, obviously put some thought into it....I couldn't agree more with you....  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dividend cut inevitable

The fact that Paul does not collect a paycheck has no bearing on whether he will or will not cut the dividend.  Do you really think a multimillionaire like Paul gives a #%#% about a monthly salary...read more
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RE:RE:Balance sheet

Yes you're right but I did the best I can like I said I am a small time investor gl  rate and reply
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RE:Balance sheet

If you don't understand what you are looking at, you should not be doing you own investing. Simple as that.  rate and reply
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Balance sheet

I was just looking at the balance sheet I am a smalltime investor and that's about it  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Why I got out

pathetic attempt at a bash by james great rebuttal by pradakirk  rate and reply
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RE:Why I got out

james1050 wrote: Looking at the debt last year at this time it was 160 million now it's 500 million not good  at this oil Price Correction to your post James105: last year according to Q3 2013 debt...read more
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Why I got out

Looking at the debt last year at this time it was 160 million now it's 500 million not good  at this oil Price  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Dividend cut inevitable

And what does the market give us if he doesn't cut the dividend?  Paul doesn't take a salary.  So why would the man at the reins of a company have incentive to cut his dividend paycheck, when there...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Dividend cut inevitable

Al42 wrote: Trouble is with most E&P companies cutting and the market not really punishing them, I think Paul will use this as an oppertunity to cut maybe by 30% to preserve the balance sheet. . And...read more
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RE:RE:Dividend cut inevitable

Trouble is with most E&P companies cutting and the market not really punishing them, I think Paul will use this as an oppertunity to cut maybe by 30% to preserve the balance sheet. I'm sure he's seen...read more