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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: $3.46 | Change: $-0.04 | %Change: -1.14%
Volume: 705,832 | Day High/Low: 3.50/3.39 | 52 Week High/Low: 8.82/2.23
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1.5 stars

first quarter 2015 on May 12th

I am wondering how is it going to look like?  rate and reply
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Dividend, Growth and DEBT-FREE

TOP Idea article from SA about High Arctic Energy Services (HWO), debt free, 5% dividend, a dividend hike is coming soon, 47% insider ownership, takeover target: Seeking Alpha: TOP IDEA more
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RE:RE:anyone know the current short interest on sgy?

That didn't work try again.  again courtesy of paddler on IV oil & gas May7th.  rate and reply
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RE:anyone know the current short interest on sgy?

Courtesy of paddler on IV oil & Gas  rate and reply
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anyone know the current short interest on sgy?

and what percentage of the float is short?   thanks  rate and reply
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Surge leases their holdings and pay royalties, 10% in Alberta and 12% in Saskatchewan. Surge has recently sold thier SE Saskatewan holdings and bought into more in the Shaunavan area. Some of this more
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Does surge lease or own its Alberta land? If it owns it does that mean the increase in royalties does not apply to them?  rate and reply
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I don't  think the Alberta voters punted the PC's to elect a new goverment that did not want or was unable to make changes. That would be dishartening to think we are in for more of the same old, more
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Keep calm and carry on

Yes, Premier Notley (that still feels weird to type) has pledged to raise corporate income taxes, but her platform calls for them to be raised from 10 per cent to 12 per cent. That’ s lower than more
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ive been buying today

bought more today. going long.  rate and reply
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RE:I'm out!

You could be right about the gaps dastocknow but I continue to buy today and will do so tomorrow if it goes lower. This is a long term hold and is better than cash in the bank for me. DF  rate and reply
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I'm out!

2 big gaps below need filling and they will unless there's a buyout first.  rate and reply
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Notley Crew won't be running the show!  Rachel Notley to Energy Sector Incoming NDP Alberta premier Rachel Notley, in her first full day on the job, extended an olive branch to the more
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They can move to Saskatchewan if NDP get stupid.  rate and reply
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Lets not forget Surge has a lot of production in Saskatchewan  rate and reply
3.5 stars


Infinite, Thanks for the geography reminder for us lazy Yanks. On the Road in Southern Oregon, and just got on the net to see what the day hath wrought. BTW, the Iris fields were absolutely more
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Don't panic... Notley Crue will be a better premier than Jim Pretentious.  And Surge can just spend all their money in the Shaunavon in Sask if Alberta does stupid things.  This is exactly more
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Not a very good outcome for the Alberta breadbasket and for all of Canada. And the market is telling us so.This election shades of voters in Ontario, know not what they are voting for, tigers more
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RE:Market a little slow to react

Its Murpphy's law......What can go wrong will go wrong absolutely.  Just as oil is starting to recover and SGY has risen from the ashes like a Phoenix, along comes an NDP gov't to squash the more
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The market will assume the worse,  They ran on deficit reduction based on corporate tax increases and royalty increases.  I don't know where they will get that money if they decide to do neither more