Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Caza Oil & Gas LSE:CAZA London Ordinary Share CA1498011024 COM NPV (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.31p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 6.8 -3.5 -0.7 - 30.21

Caza Oil & Gas Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/11/2016
10:18
Here's an interesting interview about what's next for the oil price - this analyst is basically predicting a $40 to $50 price for the foreseeable future https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSelbHUB6GQnVhXNM3o-Mc6fnoxdQTCC
tur43
10/5/2016
11:33
The management obviously didn't care a toss about the pi's. And after they done a lousy job themselves they still got rewarded in the end.What a slimy bunch they turned out to be!
swerves1
10/5/2016
08:10
tax loss.......
currypasty
10/5/2016
08:08
That's it then stuffed
thetoonarmy2
03/5/2016
06:32
Final nail in the coffin........
oilretire
04/4/2016
20:43
Off topic chaps , You might want to look at LEG , it's in a golden cross and it's getting rerated . Even dragons den Nick Jenkins has taken a stake in Virtualstock where leg owns 7 % . Transformational news is due on several fronts but the big on is from Virtualstock , if they announce a country wide NHS contract then leg will re-rate instantly to 1p and the current share price is 0.22p (up 22.2% today) Put on your watch list at the very least imho . ATB whatever you decide RTW1
ride the wave 1
04/4/2016
13:48
Get a load of shares in Eua about to boom!
rookieinvestor80
04/4/2016
10:09
tardermel: well said. val: ditto I had some here a couple of years ago, back in the good old days of $100/b. (Remember that?) Did well on a couple of trades but bought back in and watched it all evaporate. Got out at a big loss. Painful experience at the time but it was a wise move in retrospect. When an AIM boss says he/she will look after your interests, do not believe it. Only you can do that.
bigwavedave
04/4/2016
08:20
£4 quid promised and 0.04p achieved. Tough on the one's who believed it. I did but decided to sell around 12p to salvage another. All that glitters eh? Salutary lesson!
valentine
04/4/2016
08:08
From the other thread buywell3 19 Aug'15 - 09:12 - 13075 of 13234 1 0 edit advfn have Net Debt of this company at £38.53 Million the only chance now is that another OILY buys it before it has to stop trading and enter administration My opinion of course , dyor , but I would suggest that commodities is not the place to be invested at the moment and has not been for a good few years. advfn definition Net Debt Net Debt, is defined as total liabilities minus cash & equivalents. The formula is the following and the figures are expressed in millions: = total liabilities - cash & equivalents
buywell3
04/4/2016
08:06
buywell3 19 Aug'15 - 09:12 - 13075 of 13234 1 0 edit advfn have Net Debt of this company at £38.53 Million the only chance now is that another OILY buys it before it has to stop trading and enter administration My opinion of course , dyor , but I would suggest that commodities is not the place to be invested at the moment and has not been for a good few years. advfn definition Net Debt Net Debt, is defined as total liabilities minus cash & equivalents. The formula is the following and the figures are expressed in millions: = total liabilities - cash & equivalents
buywell3
04/4/2016
08:04
buywell3 - 07 Aug 2015 - 15:32:47 - 13049 of 13336 Looks like CAZA the Bone Spring has a problem I can give the name and address of a very reasonable watchmaker He has been replacing mainsprings in some of my purchases for £20 including an oil and a clean service too
buywell3
04/4/2016
07:26
And Michael Ford too, the one that was supposed to look after his pi's!
swerves1
04/4/2016
07:19
Thanks for nothing PA and all the years of ramping I hope he snuffs it on the golf course in his country estate
gkp heros
04/4/2016
07:06
Good old AIM, another RNS to underline the futility of investing, rather than trading
tradermel
04/4/2016
06:52
Confirmation of shafting of pi's!
swerves1
04/4/2016
06:50
Wakey wakey
rethemagic
02/4/2016
15:37
'£4 pounds in your money' said wmf, years ago. Maybe?
valentine
02/4/2016
15:11
The D4E arrangement with Talara mean they now own about 95% of a hugely enlarged share issue. CAZA now has no debt but the market cap, as reflected by the billions of shares now in issue, is £56 million. The best I can see is a return to $60-80 POO which might, with a following wind and froth , get CAZA up to say £150 -£200 million, so the best I can possibly see is 1.5-2p in the medium term. If , like me, you bought in the teens, best to sell and realise a capital loss to carry forward into future years if you think you might make big profits elsewhere in the future...
highly geared
01/4/2016
07:17
shawzie... I see what you are saying. May be some hope there after all. It was interesting and heartwarming to see the last 'action' at the start of march showing the level of support and belief in caza shareholders. Thanks for the info. wwi.
world wide investments
31/3/2016
16:00
Caza is currently subject to a TSX (Canada) delisting review as a result of its reliance on the financial hardship exemption. I did not see anything about delisting from AIM (UK). If Talara keep this listing and the price of oil and gas increases substantially, then they could release some of their shareholding into the market and make substantial gains
shawzie
31/3/2016
08:10
I've been in caza for 4 years. I still hold my shares. In light of the annual return and attached comments, can anybody tell me if our shares are still going to trade in the foreseeable future. I have no intention of selling out for what would now be a pittance on my original investment. Good luck to all shareholders. WWI.
world wide investments
31/3/2016
06:54
Under the circumstances the annual doesn't look that bad compared to what we know. Oil will recover and adding stock now is a bonus at these prices. Nine years as a shareholder with caza you take the bad with the good.
baronstjohn
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