Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amerisur Resources LSE:AMER London Ordinary Share GB0032087826 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 16.75p 16.75p 17.00p - - - 0 06:30:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 38.2 -23.8 -1.9 - 203.21

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16/12/2017
10:23
PONZI SHALE Https://www.peakprosperity.com/blog/113557/great-oil-swindle
harrisun
15/12/2017
18:27
Does any of you guys ever think that with spread betting and this company actually being so good and making money ,lots of punters can and might be betting that this Amerisur,s share price is going up So if theres that much betting with spread betting company,s they in turn will hedge there positions as to keep the price down Lets face it IG and City index etc have a lot of clout ???? sorry if I bored you,s and TIA
jumpenjim
15/12/2017
17:28
"I am perplexed at the very least why the shares remain at current levels." so are we, Malcy!
currypasty
15/12/2017
12:31
chopper harris1 15 Dec '17 - 08:29 - 5787 of 5796 0 0 0 What on Earth is going on here? Chopper it's fairly simple. Selling pressure currently outweighs any buying that exists. Why is that? Well it's likely that a large holder (rex harbor) is continuing to reduce so as or until the buy demand is sufficient to negate the Rex effect the share price will most likely drift lower. Another factor I believe also currently in play and partly responsible for the lack of demand is we're currently in the midst of a corrective move lower in the oil sector which may be confirmed this week if we close below the 10dma on the weekly. Whilst this correction plays out there'll be less of a demand for o&g stocks.
boris cobaka
15/12/2017
12:16
In 2018/19 I definitely agree there should be a dividend if cash flow allows.
acv74
15/12/2017
11:50
Given the logic of the market here, paying a dividend & reducing the value of the company and its ability to explore would absolutely increase the share price After all, what else are they going to do with all that money?
lucyp00p
15/12/2017
11:21
Why aren’t more of the shareholders demanding that the company pay a dividend? If Amerisur is producing around 7,000 b/d and making, say $40 surplus per barrel then paying out the odd $20-30 million dollars to shareholders, in stead of spending it drilling more holes and just paying the directors’ salaries and achieving no increase in the share price, would make more sense. It might encourage a few institutions to consider investing and that in turn would be likely to result in more scrutiny and accountability of the Board of Directors. Maybe Clarke doesn’t think he would last long with that scenario. Well, there’s a thought! I have been in this since it was Sardines and Chaco. The Board’s strategic direction seems to be one of perpetuating their salaries and sod the rest of us. What other company is making this amount of cash flow and has a declining sp?
sharesure4
15/12/2017
11:17
A big 2018 ahead I think.At our 2018 target of 15,000 bpd, that gives an operational netback of almost $20 million per month at current oil price.Sometimes as a fundamentalist it feels like swimming against the tide of traders, but value will out in the end.
acv74
15/12/2017
10:47
Could we get to 15p by Xmas?.
bryet
15/12/2017
10:07
I blame the broker/nomad for not promoting the company/finding buyers for the excess selling
currypasty
15/12/2017
10:03
shareholders being treated with contempt here
tsmith2
15/12/2017
08:43
If the logic behind writing off Paraguay last year was to clear the decks in readiness for a long run of good results to boost the share price it seems to have failed spectacularly. Perhaps the bottom line number from 2016 is discouraging new money. I'm beginning to feel like the captain of the Titanic here, although at least he knew why he was going under.
lucyp00p
15/12/2017
08:39
I am sure that they know what is going on. Us humble PIs can only speculate - in every sense of the word.
blackdown2
15/12/2017
08:29
What on Earth is going on here? I wonder if the Directors who bought around the 18/19p mark a few weeks ago are thinking the same?
chopper harris1
15/12/2017
08:17
Well the last 12 months share price has almost halved. This I would suggest is my biggest dog of a share in my portfolio. However I still hold as I see the potential for decent capital appreciation. I hope I’m right and not being fooled.
bigdazzler
15/12/2017
02:30
Is that a tip for Mintail Trotting??
eddie_yates
14/12/2017
16:45
The market knows Rex will sell a few hundred k every day regardless of price to bail out mintail ,,,so their taking his pants down !!,,if you have cash keep buying I am !,,,,but in the long term Rex will end up with the vast majority of mintail ,,,so selling amer at ridiculous prices might make him richer in the long term
trotting12
14/12/2017
16:42
Anyone fancy paying $10,000,000,000 for BHP's asset that spends over $100 per barrel to realise $40? BHP see the light because they are not showered with free money from the US Fed. to create the illusion of a glut of oil but where shale is a flash in the pan, only held together by hidden subsidy to keep world oil prices lower. About 4,250,000bbls of world oil produced daily is shale....ALL produced by loans and bonds that will never be paid, all produced at substantially higher cost than it is sold for. All produced with decline rates of 65-80 per cent in the first year. The more they drill, the more they have to, the more they drill the less sweet spots remain for even greater losses. Imagine world market when that 4,250,000 of loss leader oil is taken out of world production.
harrisun
14/12/2017
16:25
dodge Google translation for those uninitiated in forked tongue speak "Different horses for different courses" = "I'm trading long in them"
foiledagain
14/12/2017
16:23
dodge, BP PE ratio 1111 according to advfn at the moment. Shell on a PE of 56. Total SA has no PE, but a market cap of £4.2 billion Tullow No PE, negative EPS UKOG No PE, negative EPS Angus No PE negative EPS Xtract no PE negative EPS ... Xplorer Westmount Engy. Wentworth Res. Volga Gas Victoria Oil Urals EN. Upland Resource United Oil&Gas Union Jack Trinity Tower Resources Touchst EX Di ... all the same... Maybe it's the market cap that defines you criteria... Sound Energy Soco Seplat Similar market cap, no earnings. Of the list on advfn, I found ONE stock that even closely resembled what you believe is typical for the sector on the first four pages of companies in the sector and that was on a PE of 8. ...Just realised, there is only 4 pages, so that would be all of them then.
al101uk
14/12/2017
16:23
Yes Boris, U.S. shale is so profitable that BHP are exiting from THEIR blunder. BHP Billiton, the world’s largest mining company, has finally decided to exit the shale energy industry entirely. In a recent statement, BHP Billiton has asked four investment banks to assist in either selling or spinning off its underperforming U.S. shale oil and gas assets. Unfortunately, for BHP, the company sunk nearly $50 billion on its shale assets and will be lucky to receive $10 billion. Something must have changed at corporate headquarters because the company stated last month that they were considering selling their shale assets over the next two years. However, the company now wants to make a decision and get the ball rolling by early 2018. So, there seems to be a motivating factor to unload their shale assets sooner than later. What a change in the company’s strategic position from just a year ago when they decided to stick with their U.S. shale assets for the long haul. According to the article published in October 2016, BHP Billiton Bets Long On Its Shale Assets: HtTPs://srsroccoreport.com/bhp-billiton-worlds-largest-mining-company-exit-50-billion-shale-oil-blunder/
harrisun
14/12/2017
16:21
Different horses for different courses. ps - not a shorter here at all, just trying to make sense of what is going on.
dodge city
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