|Northbridge Industrial Services
||US-based fund manager.
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
Northbridge Industrial Services Share Discussion Threads
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|Taken a first position in this, attracted by the chart. Has this simply been a casualty of the falling PoO, like Lamprell? How do you assess its prospects now? I also hold Lamprell, which is cash rich, but had a recently rather indifferent TU.|
|getting a little traction here|
|No reward without risk.|
|note illiquidity can cause sharp movements both ways!|
|Only 25.9 million shares so continued buying and this will shift pretty quickly back upwards imo.|
|looking strong again I agree|
|Very good looking chart with that wide flat base. Plenty of upside from here.|
|Still a long way back to reinstating the dividend let alone getting anywhere near where it was previously.|
|...and missed opportunities.....|
|..but on the other hand !
..if Auz dollar strengthens then Auz oil sector gets hit hard...
....well, I guess in the stk mkt there are always risks....|
|NBI had c 17.5m shares in nov 2013 to june 2014 when it traded between 300-400p.it then traded up to @500p
after the 'major dilatory'rights issue placing in April 2016 it now has c 26.5m shares
[email protected]% for the extra stock could target 200-300p in the short term,with a top out target of @365
judging by how illiquid and fast it can move as witnessed...200p could come in one sitting!|
|These have had a major dilatory rights issue/placing, will not reach same heights as before, move just reflects improved outlook!|
|It is worth reflecting on the long term chart in the header: huge recovery to go for now after forming a massive 'Stage 1' base.|
|Other oil services stocks on the move too e.g. POS, PRES, GMS.
|people looking over at CIU IMO and seeing if likes of NBI may catch up no? Either way, heading back towards £2 IMO|
|Indeed, looking good.|
|Next leg up..|
|catching support gl|
|Beware of runwaypaul. He, or she, is an infamous multi-handled troll.
Just be careful.|
|Goldman Sachs has upped its oil price outlook for the second quarter of 2017 to $57.50 a barrel from $55 a barrel for U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude.
It also raised its price forecast for international benchmark Brent crude to $59 a barrel from $56.50 a barrel.
After #OPEC cuts, hedge Fund manager Pierre Andurand sees #oil at $60-$70 a barrel next year and $85 in 2018 -- more on @TheTerminal #OOTT|
7 Oct '16 - 11:47 - 1750 of 1771 0 0
clearly the MD and the mkt dont agree with my last post !
doesn't look like theyre agreeing with any of your posts!|