Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victoria Oil & Gas LSE:VOG London Ordinary Share GB00BRWR3752 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00p -8.03% 68.75p 68.00p 69.50p 72.50p 67.50p 71.25p 2,029,591.00 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 14.5 1.1 0.1 571.2 75.28

Victoria Oil & Gas Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/2/2017
16:39
fatnacker It happens on nearly every AIM share in my experience, should start moving again Monday only a few weeks now until drill results and as DRH says peeps will be paying multiples of this price in a few months.
simon_64
26/2/2017
10:55
interesting that since the share price took off three weeks ago we've had a mini sell off every Friday, be nice if it continues and next Friday we sell off down to 80p, without news obviously.
fatnacker
24/2/2017
17:39
far better to categorise AT trades as slow or fast to move on, if they clear quick sharp its generally (in my book) a good sign conversely AT's that hang around could be a sign of a weak market.
fatnacker
24/2/2017
16:39
120p next week then
highasakite
24/2/2017
16:09
who cares, 6-9 months they'll be selling or buying at 240p
deanroberthunt
24/2/2017
16:08
So they were buys then FFS
highasakite
24/2/2017
16:07
FFS, there was a seller of c 7 or 8 trades at 34,500. He offered them, someone bought them. End of!
forwood
24/2/2017
16:02
rafieh You are correct if some is willing the pay the 69p which they are the AT trades are buys.
highasakite
24/2/2017
16:01
willoicc So the 34500 trades at 69p then are you saying they are buys or sells ?
highasakite
24/2/2017
16:00
I have traded off the trading book for 15 years. I agree with dan. If someone is happy to pay the offer price, they are 'buyers', and if we get plenty of them, the price is likely to move up.
rafieh
24/2/2017
15:59
If you put a Sell order at 69p on the book it will be cleared when someone else places a Buy order at the same price. You will not see the Buy order because it will be matched instantaneously. Same applies in reverse for a Buy order placed on the book. It will be automatically cleared by a Sell order at the same price. Therefore all AT sales are buys and sells at the same price. For some reason only one side of the match is recorded as a buy or sell - whichever was placed on the order book first. That is my understanding anyway.
willoicc
24/2/2017
15:58
The buyer has just bought another 34500 and the offer price jumped to 70.75p from 69p These are buys.
highasakite
24/2/2017
15:56
And the seller is still there with his 34,500 repeat order! Ah - just gone, well well!
forwood
24/2/2017
15:55
You are being rude. I repeat, there is a perfectly good explanation on this website here: http://uk.advfn.com/subscriptions/level-2-lite
forwood
24/2/2017
15:54
They were offered for sale at 69p someone bought them, so they were sold but the buyer was happy to pay that price
dan de lion
24/2/2017
15:51
And they are sells. FACT. If you were a little more polite and less so sure of yourself you might learn something.
forwood
24/2/2017
15:48
The trades at 69p are buys. FACT.
highasakite
24/2/2017
15:47
I have spent some time trying to explain to you how the order driven market system works, as simply as possible. I'm sorry if it upsets you, but that's how it is.
forwood
24/2/2017
15:37
your over complicating the issue. These trades at 69p are all buys.
highasakite
24/2/2017
15:35
It may be difficult to get your head around, but the order book is a market where traders place their orders on one side or other (see the link above). Buyers put their order on the left side (the lower price, aka the bid), sellers on the right (aka the offer). If I want to buy, I can either place my order on the book as a bid and wait for a seller to trade at my price, or I can take the offer. Retail 'O' trades (ie deals by people who don't have access to the book) buy/sell from market makers whose prices are governed by the book, and will usually be inside the bid/offer.
forwood
24/2/2017
15:32
So why weren't these AT trades put through at the bid price if they sells ?????
highasakite
24/2/2017
15:27
Your talking nonsense. These trades at 69p are buys. An AT trade is not both a buy and sell but put on by one party as a sell. Utter nonsense.
highasakite
24/2/2017
15:21
An AT trade is both a buy and a sell but they are put on by one party as a sell, and it is a repeat seller! There's an explanation of L2 here: http://uk.advfn.com/subscriptions/level-2-lite
forwood
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