Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lamprell LSE:LAM London Ordinary Share GB00B1CL5249 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 97.75p 98.00p 98.75p 99.25p 97.75p 99.25p 10,173.00 10:33:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 591.2 45.5 12.8 6.3 334.04

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18/1/2017
14:51
Thanks trade master... agreed on the BB being a nuthouse lol!I have way too many to mention so getting a bit panicky.. like yourself thought 140 was on the card last few months ago.Oh well can't win em all... I sold my LAM a few months ago then watched in motor on... did well with a decent profit so not complaining.
losses
18/1/2017
14:18
sorry off topic...Losses my view is that the bb is a nuthouse and that is never a good sign in the short term. I thought 140 was on the cards when i bought at 96p, but am underwater even buying tranches in the 71-83p zone and doing a few swing trades (should have scaled in slowly rather than big chunks first) the past few months or so.....this chart is old so i'll update a new one below, but in short 79-81p must hold and 86p must break north on update next week ...for now previous down gap is resistance on way back up and only a break of circa 105/106 in my book means we are out of the woods....I stopped micro managing a while back and think the share will be either £3 or 30p in 18 months .....so from that perspective the risk vs reward is very appealing (but the risk is significant and to some extend outwith their control) I've been scaling in on the way down and again on the recent climb back up.....it could be a great time to buy, but for me its a long termer if you want the bigger payday....even if we do get a "short term spike"....Everyone hates the share, its at multi year lows, in a war zone, not getting paid and a whole load of other stuff.....so a great time to buy when sentiment is "shot o pieces"......the negs have been there for a while, but some positives now slowly creeping through which is why we have "rallied" 20-25% recently from the lows, but sometimes a "dog" just gets sold into on every rise.....have felt there's been a seller about for a few months (not just shorters) and still think this will be taken out and I'm looking for £1.80 personally on this stock.....but its very risky and I'm aware of the outcomes. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com previous swing trades were "easy pickings" but at the moment I've no idea where this will go....like everyone the update and payment news will determine the move and not technicals. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com Todays short term view shows the "W" bottom and new uptrend BUT 79-81 MUST HOLD or we will likely break the channel and retest the lows free stock charts from uk.advfn.com Bigger picture...multibagger or lose your shirt? (last post on this) free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
tradesmarter
18/1/2017
13:28
Trade master... what's your take on GENL... I have a fair few of those myself
losses
18/1/2017
13:05
Had a good run on this and happy to leave above my target price of 80/90. Short term think a pullback is likely, but med/long term this looks like a classic "mirror image recovery play"...for now the easy "U shaped recovery" appears to hint 105 is the top for now.....Best of luck if your holding for long term and I only see a drip down to 95p or 88 worst case vs 140-160 later in year. Normally when a shares breaks £1 it trades 95-105, but once broken 118-125 is not far behind.......in short buy any pullback to 95p would be my view, but my target exceeded and sold last tranche.....shame my other trade (in genl) hasnt worked yet....best of luck and may check back in within a few weeks/months......the tea leaves story below free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com Long term view free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
tradesmarter
16/1/2017
12:58
Another nice little flag forming here hopefully to the up side
plastow
12/1/2017
22:59
Let's hope so!!Must be about time for a divided to give it a real boost?
tyroneshares
12/1/2017
15:34
On the verge of a breakoutP
phatprofit
10/1/2017
07:33
spacedust More rig being built good for lamprell. dyor
srpactive
09/1/2017
23:04
169p by new financial year
spacedust
09/1/2017
16:05
I thought that story would result in the share price declining not go up
spacedust
09/1/2017
13:40
Its called a TA breakout of bullish engulfed flag Traders waiting on the sidelines for conformation of direction its bullish now in two years I could be bearish ..as they say the trends you friend...
plastow
09/1/2017
13:37
As I said the other week one of my picks for 2017, expecting a move near to 108p shortly, then a challenge of 120p. dyor regards active
srpactive
09/1/2017
13:35
Good t see a d=strong break through the 100p level. Hopefully this area can now act as support going forward.
cfro
09/1/2017
13:20
Significant break out in progress. No rns but surely this is more than the modest up-tick in oil? Salty
saltaire111
09/1/2017
13:18
This would have helped. dyor +====================== Oil Prices Slip as U.S. Drilling Activity Picks Up Date : 09/01/2017 @ 11:09 Source : Dow Jones News Oil Prices Slip as U.S. Drilling Activity Picks Up Share On Facebook Tweet Print Alert By Kevin Baxter and Jenny W. Hsu Oil prices fell Monday as lingering doubts over production cuts and concerns over increased drilling activities in the U.S. damped sentiment among traders and money managers. The March contract for global crude benchmark Brent fell 1.73% to $56.10 while its U.S. counterpart West Texas Intermediate was down 1.74% at $53.05 for February deliveries. The major headwind for prices over the weekend was the report from the Houston-based oil-field services company Baker Hughes that drilling rigs in the U.S. had increased by four for the week ended Dec. 30. The uptick was the 10th straight week of rig-count growth and the U.S. now has the highest number of rigs in operation, at 529, since December 2015. Dominick Chirichella, an analyst from the New York-based Energy Management Institute, said the elevated rig count was starting to alarm some observers and was a probable consequence of the recent oil-price rally. To put the figures into perspective, U.S. oil production was 9.225 million barrels a day in December 2015 compared with current levels of 8.77 million barrels a day as reported last week by the Energy Information Administration. Higher oil production from the U.S. is an expected byproduct of higher oil prices caused by the decision of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on Nov. 30 last year to trim output to 32.5 million barrels a day. Despite market skepticism over the planned production cut, the global crude market still started the year on a relatively positive note, said the Melbourne-based ANZ Research. "The next leg-up in prices probably won't occur until the traders see evidence that production levels are falling," ANZ said, adding that rising U.S. drilling activity and output are likely to keep prices in check. Production data from major OPEC producers won't be available until mid-February, leading most market watchers to predict prices will be more volatile than usual as snippets of information regarding the cuts are released by the media over the next six weeks. This has been evident over the past week with prices fluctuating whenever reports involving major producers such as Saudi Arabia or Kuwait have been published. Nymex reformulated gasoline blendstock for February--the benchmark gasoline contract--fell by 1.47% to $1.68 a gallon, while February diesel traded at $1.68, 1.43% lower. ICE gasoil for January changed hands at $494.50 a metric ton, down 0.9%. Write to Kevin Baxter at [email protected] and Jenny W. Hsu at [email protected] (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 09, 2017 05:54 ET (10:54 GMT) Copyright (c) 2017 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
srpactive
09/1/2017
13:17
As I pointed out in post 93, others in this industry did very well on Friday, but it's for sure Lamprell's day today. At the moment, up around 9%.
aimingupward2
09/1/2017
13:13
Excellent - but still holding tight here. What caused the jump today though?
philjeans
09/1/2017
12:48
there's the £1 hit
wynmck
09/1/2017
12:48
A decent close and we are there. dyor regards active
srpactive
09/1/2017
12:45
Yes I'd say confirmed now break out on flag
plastow
09/1/2017
12:38
100 breaks....
loveandmoney1
08/1/2017
10:50
The future is an oil recovery, with rig upgrades and a dividend, could even see a mbo. dyor regards active
srpactive
08/1/2017
10:04
Why did the company drop in 2012 and never recover since?
awise355
07/1/2017
20:50
It will be 120p, very shortly, imho. dyor regards active
srpactive
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