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SUROCO ENERGY INC V.SRN

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  SROYF

Price: N/A | Change: N/A | %Change: N/A
Volume: 0 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 0.83/0.22
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RE:Its over, its finished, no more, non, fin caput!!!!

The venezuelan shareholders and petroamerica promoters "skinned us alive" to borrow your phrase... in a declining market, where we could have taken cash and bought any other stock, we're at $0.70 of...read more
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RE:RE:RE:What happens next ?

reggie,You ..........you should learn to not hop from loser to loser.  rate and reply
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Its over, its finished, no more, non, fin caput!!!!

but oh what a legacy! at least you still own some stock and didnt get skinned alive by Vetra  rate and reply
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lucky to be alive

Companies that dont make money dont live very long. This pony was headed for the glue factory until Pta.v grabbed it by the horns.Good luck to all.  rate and reply
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Both stocks halted...

waiting for the official word.  rate and reply
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RE:What happens next ?

PennyD: You say "be left in a minority position if Vetra choses not to extend their offer". I am pretty sure I read the offer and I am preety sure they follow the law in Alberta. IF you offer for all...read more
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90% in favour

eom  rate and reply
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All SRN bids filled at .77

must mean vote favoured PTA merger .  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:What happens next ?

Actually, I have no idea where you are getting any of this from.  The big picture.. is obvious. And yes, please reread from probably a few weeks past. None of this is a surprise.. And it will be no...read more
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RE:RE:What happens next ?

Careful Hedge. It is one thing to not understand the fundamentals of the voting structure and quite another to suggest that certain of us who do are somehow blinded to the 'big picture' because we...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Tax free rollover

Then you should reread what I wrote over a week ago. I said or implied Vetra was interested in paying  perhaps a premium for control of the working interests.. That did follow on my thoughts, that I...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Tax free rollover

Consider 2 scenarios for Suroco. Do Suroco shareholders as a group come out ahead if 100% of the company is sold for 80 cents / share (or whatever you want to value the offer at). Compare that with a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Tax free rollover

Superficial Analysis? No, I don't think so. Here's an excerpt from a business journal article on the subject. It is a well known FACT, that a controlling interest carries a valuation premium...read more
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RE:What happens next ?

What happens if neither resolution passes? Not one has considerd this possibility. Those who keep talking about the benefits of continuing on as a longer term shareholder, are not considering the big...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Tax free rollover

Thats a superficial anaylsis, there are many reasons why stocks trade at perceived undervaluation. In some cases, it is well deserved.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Tax free rollover

Yes, there are many microcaps that are controlled by larger companies.  As a "deep value" investor I've traded many of them as they tend to trade at a large discount to their peers.  Many analysts and...read more
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What happens next ?

SRN did not have the required vote 2 weeks ago . They certainly will have even less now for 2 reasons Vetra bid is now higher at .85 and PTA stock is lower at .34 . What to do ? SRN must negotiate a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Tax free rollover

there are thousands of public companies where a single party has 51% or more of the shares ---it is by no means unusual.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Tax free rollover

Do you really have a choice? If 51% of shareholders take the offer (which you won't know in advance) and you don't sellout to Vetra then you will become a minority shareholder with no rights at Vetra...read more
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RE:RE:Tax free rollover

Their   offer   is    for    100%  of    the  common   shares   not   51%  . You    have  a  choice   as   to  whether   to  tender   or  not  .  If   you  do   not    there   are   standard  steps...read more

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