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OceanaGold Corporation T.OGC

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold

OceanaGold Corp is engaged in exploration and the development and operation of gold and other mineral mining activities. The Company operates two open cut mines and an underground mine in New Zealand.
Price: $2.29 Volume: 544,380
Change: $-0.03 % Change: -1.29%
Day High/Low: 2.39/2.28 52 Week High/Low: 3.15/1.70
Last Traded: September 01, 2015 12:15 Transaction Volume: 1000
Open: 2.38 Previous Close: 2.32
Bid: 2.29 Ask: 2.30
Bid Size: 2000 Ask Size: 6600
Market Cap: 694.9m Shares Out: 303.4m
PE Ratio: 7.3 Dividend Yield: 2.1543

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • All up to par

    0 stars

    Oceana at $2.41.  Romarco getting 0.241 shares of OGC in 8 weeks.  $2.41 x 0.241 = $0.58081 Romarco closed at $0.58

    1.5 stars


  • I'm with Materialgirl....

    0 stars

    I'm thinking stupid is probably hitting the nail on the head... unless there is an underhanded trickery playing here I don't understand...

    3.5 stars


  • RE:RE:RE:RE:I am surprised

    3 stars

    wolfe The video link is a piece of doggy poop as far as Romarco and OGC are concerned. He looked at the charts in isolation and then...

    2 stars


  • RE:RE:RE:I am surprised

    0 stars

    Mat, As you know, investing in this space can be highly volitile... 3 % is hardly of interest....I want to make dollars not sense....lol...

    1.5 stars


  • RE:No move

    0 stars

    MARKET DOES NOT BELIEVE IN THE TRANSACTION...SIMPLE!!!

    4 stars