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Empyrean Share Chat - EME

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Empyrean LSE:EME London Ordinary Share GB00B09G2351 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25 +3.92% 6.63 6.50 6.75 6.63 6.38 6.38 704,259 13:06:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 13.9 5.2 2.4 2.8 14.70

Empyrean Bulletin Board

DateSubjectDiscuss
29/5/2015
13:17
Perhaps they have been flushing sellers out. Maybe Judi can tell us if there is much stock around to buy
by nickb on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
13:10
that's encouraging, MM's mark us down fast enough, but if you want to buy a decent size, they haven't got the stock at the ASK
by currypasty on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
13:04
Large buy at a premium
by nickb on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
11:26
nithbank Yes a divi would be possible but we need to reduce funding requirements for new drilling so a couple of years time if the oil price is stronger, certainly something to work towards, however we are more likely to be bought out before that happens I would imagine.
by nickb on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
11:20
Curry Spot on.
by nickb on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
11:20
Naive question - is this company ever likely to pay a dividend? All the discussion on this board is about the woeful share price, but it is a profitable company isn't it?
by nithbank on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
11:15
if we are to keep TK, I think he should :- cancel those extended warrants take a further 10% pay cut buy some shares in the market get at least one proper NED, UK based come over to UK to do some PR, and meet investors or, if he is such a deal maker, close the sale!
by currypasty on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
11:12
Sent - I agree, the original fall from high teens was overdone - but these falls happened across the board. This is where my views and jj's are different. There was carnage across the sector en mass and no one was spared. We will not get a proper rerating until the sector does!
by wooster4 on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
11:08
With a forecast of over 1.5p a share earnings this year, and assuming a low oil price and reduced drills for next years figure, the forecast is over 2p, this shows a very low multiple, for a company with no risk. I really hope we sort out TK and his greed this year. Till he goes, I doubt we will go far - wish he could see that too..
by fitzy1203 on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
11:06
Hi Laz, Soz, tardy response, the kids are off. I wouldn't put to much store in one indicator. If we accept that PRICE is the PRIME indicator, then what's on the chart (trend-lines, support/resistance & patterns) is of much more importance than what's OFF the chart, the 'mathematical' indicators of varying ilk...oscillators and momentum indicators. StochRSI is an indicator of an indicator!! I think its value is distinctly limited. It may work better than I imagine, I've not studied it, but it's not in my toolbox! Just looking at the charts of Brent and WTI it can be seen both have reversed on or near support, $62 and $56 respectively, nevertheless, there is still a short-term down trend in place. Using the rising trend-line from the lows, the 8 day ESA and paraSAR, as outlined in previous posts, it could be seen the oils were in trouble a few weeks ago. Indeed the candlestick on 6th May, which we talked about at the time, was the first warning sign. I said then I didn't like the look of it! Now, after the candlesticks (Brent and WTI) of the 28th, look for two closes above a rising 8 day ESA. Thereafter if we break to new highs we can put in a new rising trend-line. Or, we may just be consolidating hereabouts for a while. Hope this helps. M
by marnewton on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
10:44
WOO Possibly but the rise from the 40's is hugely significant together with the reduction in costs. Similarly the fall from $85 to $58 would be like a fall in share price from 20p-13.6p Share price is ignoring the reduction in costs historically oil companies have made good money at these prices I suspect this is happening now in the quality plays like ours
by senttothegallows on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
10:36
Sent - if you use that argument then we should only have risen to 7p from our 5 odd pence low!!
by wooster4 on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
10:30
Oil 58.37 Oil would have to have fallen from $80 to $58 to support the drop from 9-6.5p. Staggering we are here with results due, funding secured and drill costs down
by senttothegallows on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
10:25
it looked like a shorting attack, the sells came in very co ordinated at times.
by nickb on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
10:15
looks to me as though those sellers are buying back again,after driving the price down with their gambles....that went wrong....
by abergele on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
10:05
Buyers day today
by nickb on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
09:52
what's happened to the sellers? On strike maybe
by sherlock holmes on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
09:35
It's a stochastic situation! Anyway, tick up on offer price.
by the guardian on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
09:32
are you sure you don't have an answer laz? I'm surprised by that. ;-)
by los ricos on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
08:44
Curry...good point - but of course that is only for the speculators, and most is still purely for transport to markets, and the fact that tanker rates are increasing means that yes there is more supply, but this is being absorbed by the increased demand, and imho the demand is not from the purely speculative position of storing and selling much later to take advantage of the contango, it's mostly due to increased demand by consumers as we can see from US and China data in the past few weeks. So for now I see this as a +ve Of course the big question that we need answers to is, apart from the US, is the increased demand for oil due to stockpiling onshore by speculators while they consider prices to be low, or is it actual consumer demand?
by lazarus2010 on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
29/5/2015
08:29
don't you store oil in tankers because you think the price will go up ?
by currypasty on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
28/5/2015
23:22
http://www.bnn.ca/News/2015/5/27/Oil-Bulls-Beware-Soaring-Tanker-Rates-Show-Supply-Glut-Persists.aspx
by jamesiebabie on EME - THE LONG-TERM INVESTORS THREAD - MODERATED
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