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Argos Resources Limited LSE:ARG London Ordinary Share FK0114538241 ORD 2P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.50 7,577 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.25 1.75 1.50 1.50 1.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -0.26 -11.09 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:10:41 O 6,288 1.4016 GBX

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Posted at 29/11/2022 08:20 by Argos Resources Daily Update
Argos Resources Limited is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ARG. The last closing price for Argos Resources was 1.50p.
Argos Resources Limited has a 4 week average price of 1.38p and a 12 week average price of 1.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.59p.
There are currently 219,713,205 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 109,931 shares. The market capitalisation of Argos Resources Limited is £3,295,698.08.
Posted at 26/6/2022 16:40 by shareho1der
They are saying they are having talks about fundings so will not publish their accounts next week. But why announcing this early and dropping the share price? Have never seen such scenario before.
Posted at 05/5/2022 13:14 by the count of monte_cristo
The Patriotic Irishman, yes, I bought low and sold high in March, I was correct with my analysis and the end result was that I made a profit. Recently bought back in as the fundamentals look good for further share price appreciation. Isn't that what you should do, or in your case is it more about gauging success on whether someone is a long term holder?

Your point is that people shouldn't buy and sell shares at a profit, if that profit is made in a relatively short period of time, if they do they are bad? Or that there is some kind of weird gentlemanly way that one should buy and sell shares. Get off your high horse.

Like long term holders are some how more noble because they have held a stock longer than someone else, that's absolutely ridiculous. The long term holders also bought in to make a profit. Honestly, it seems like a lot of investors on these boards class how long one holds a stock as how successful they are. "oh but I bought in at much higher prices and have been holdings for years....so how dare you come along and make an excellent return in a few weeks when I have been holding a stock for years".

People are buying ARG because it seems an obvious step for it to increase in price due to a number of positive factors. Whether they make a profit in an hour, a day or a month, I say well done to those people. Congratulate the success of being correct.

Posted at 21/4/2022 09:15 by falklandi
Tbh, I hold a lot of Arg & Bor.
Hopefully will sell once the share price in 25p-50p range.
Both owns 100% of their acerages, POO and the
Arrival of Navitas has made the Falkland oilies less
Riskier.
Argos has excellent acerage, shallow waters and awesome CPR.
They did attract Nobil when POO was less the $60.

Posted at 19/4/2022 14:03 by the count of monte_cristo
If you look at telbaps post, not offence and please don't be upset, but this is why people either make money or they don't in stocks.

The rise is due to the news at RKH, this news then makes investors start to consider the other two Falklands stocks, which are BOR and ARG. Of the two stocks, ARG is the cheaper and risker one. The news at RKH starts to derisk BOR and ARG, hence why people are coming in to buy the stock. Both stocks are still cheap, but funding issues do hang over ARG, but the upside here is in the 100s of %.

All of the above is occurring in a world where the oil price is above 100 USD and where Europe is going to be searching for oil security away from Russia. Further adding to the refocus on stocks, such as the Falklands oil explorers. The world still needs significant new oil finds.

Hope this helps.

IMHO, DYOR, etc.

Posted at 19/4/2022 12:41 by jnbrw
Even after the rise today the market cap is only 7million. With the Falkland project looking more likely to go ahead and if argos gets a partner of their own ( or even Navitas or a joint partner buys them out) or it does a joint venture with another oiler, the share price will many multiples of where it is now.
Posted at 12/4/2022 14:52 by cyan
georgeo1 wrote;

"Argos has more recoverable oil than rockhopper ."

Really? The reality is, Not proven.

This is what ARG wrote here;

www.argosresources.com/perch/resources/arg-2019-annual-report.pdf
page 11

'General exploration risk'

"......no commercial volumes of oil or gas have yet been discovered and there is no certainty that such discoveries will ever be made."

Posted at 11/3/2022 10:44 by cyan
Have not looked in here for a while and am intrigued by this shares performance.
The Argos license area has potential , BUT this post implies something else;

"georgeo1 9 Mar '22 - 08:22 - 40 of 65

It's already been discovered with its huge potential just need partners seismic data completed. Drilling time."

Its important for people to do their own research which may include looking at Argos presentations of what the POTENTIAL is, what Arg HOPE, MIGHT be in the ground as The Count Of Monte Cristo indicated in a post previous to georgeo1 post;

However; Argos themselves warn there are no certainties;

www.argosresources.com/perch/resources/arg-2019-annual-report.pdf
page 11

'General exploration risk'

"......no commercial volumes of oil or gas have yet been discovered and there is no certainty that such discoveries will ever be made."

Argos is an EXPLORATION gamble.

Posted at 09/3/2022 10:24 by the count of monte_cristo
That would be a smart option, share costs, etc. RKH, BOR and ARG are all going to move in unison, any positive news on one will rerate the others. ARG is arguably the most leveraged to positive news.
Posted at 23/2/2022 12:06 by the count of monte_cristo
Argos Resources

- Nobody cared when oil was 40 USD, it is now close to 100 USD
- No new oil fields are being found
- It was almost a decade ago now that we had the exploration in the Falklands
- The area is still highly prospective for oil and gas
- What wasn't of interest at an oil price of 40 USD is now interesting at 100 USD
- MARKET CAP IS 3.64m GBP (BOR is double that)

hTTp://www.argosresources.com/the-opportunity.php

hTTp://www.argosresources.com/perch/resources/arg-investor-presentation-2015-10-22.pdf

Posted at 29/2/2020 21:25 by flyinghorse1
The ARG share price mimics any Sealion activity
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