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25/9/2020
09:20
Oracle Power Daily Update: Oracle Power Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ORCP. The last closing price for Oracle Power was 0.63p.
Oracle Power Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.58p and a 12 week average price of 0.58p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.73p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.19p.
There are currently 2,085,563,396 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 16,283,947 shares. The market capitalisation of Oracle Power Plc is £13,556,162.07.
09/9/2020
13:03
andymunchkin: DozyDuck27 Aug '20 - 08:30 - 5985 of 6004 0 1 0 LOI is totally irrelevant to Oracle's share price. That depends on earnings per share when plant is finally up and running, and no one on here or on the other side has demonstrated they have the slightest idea how to work it out. Doing so, allowing for all the shares to be issued meanwhile, and the small proportion of the plant's earnings that might be paid to ORCP as a dividend, shows the resultant share price would not be much higher than at present. And that's not before 5 years time. In addition to which is the unknown committment and cash needed to develop its other projects in coal gas / urea or whatever. Those huge unknown capital committments are why all these 'project related' cos on AIM (eg GCM, INFA, KIBO, and lots of early stage miners) are rated so low. The only ones worth buying are those like NCCL who are now close to construction, with all funds available and published and who have limited their shares in issue so that investors can see a reliable value per share. so-called NPVs are again completely irrelevant because they attach to the 'project' which is completely separate from the 'sponsor' (which is what ORCP is. It is not the 'owner', because there's nothing, as yet, to own) But of course, these BB's attract those who don't want their dreams spoiled
27/8/2020
08:30
dozyduck: LOI is totally irrelevant to Oracle's share price. That depends on earnings per share when plant is finally up and running, and no one on here or on the other side has demonstrated they have the slightest idea how to work it out. Doing so, allowing for all the shares to be issued meanwhile, and the small proportion of the plant's earnings that might be paid to ORCP as a dividend, shows the resultant share price would not be much higher than at present. And that's not before 5 years time. In addition to which is the unknown committment and cash needed to develop its other projects in coal gas / urea or whatever. Those huge unknown capital committments are why all these 'project related' cos on AIM (eg GCM, INFA, KIBO, and lots of early stage miners) are rated so low. The only ones worth buying are those like NCCL who are now close to construction, with all funds available and published and who have limited their shares in issue so that investors can see a reliable value per share. so-called NPVs are again completely irrelevant because they attach to the 'project' which is completely separate from the 'sponsor' (which is what ORCP is. It is not the 'owner', because there's nothing, as yet, to own) But of course, these BB's attract those who don't want their dreams spoiled.
11/7/2020
22:42
dhoult12: Just to add my expectation is they will take their shares on any news and smash the share price to profit take. Doesnt make it a particularly attractive investment from a PI perspective. If someone has any examples of where they have held longer term would be most interested
17/5/2020
09:09
dozyduck: Still amusing to watch disillusion unfold on LSE. Casper now seen for what he was - a a ramper on 'news' whose import he didn't understand. And what about Bod and insiders selling on the spikes produced by Casper's ramps. They know what Casper failed to work out - that real value here is far below the fairyland share price being bandied about. Look at what Cannacord says re NCCl. Work out everything pro-rata for ORCP and a projected ORCP share value is well below 2p - in five years time !
05/4/2020
15:52
tenapen: I like the conference calls, I good way of keeping shareholders involved. But it has a 'negative' ! effect on the share price. Ie, the traders buy before the web-cast and then ramp for all thier worth after. The share price spikes on the positive vibe, the traders sell and Joe public are left holding. This happened for many years at SRT. Regards.
28/2/2020
14:55
andymunchkin: DozyDuck25 Feb '20 - 16:18 - 5752 of 5788 0 1 1 Naheed taking every opportunity to pump this. Meetings are not action. Any coal rail line is years away, and will be shared among all other Thar coal would-be-suppliers. Oracle's mine is planned and licensed to supply the power station. To expand to supply elsewhere will need more permits and cap spending, after which how quickly will customers build up - in view of world pressures to drop coal. Shen knows my projected tiny share price is realistic (or maybe she doesn't !) and wants to keep whipping up the lemmings. Ask yourself why. Mega fund raises are needed to pay for her ambitious projects. The sellers know that.
20/2/2020
16:57
dozyduck: Dear oh Dear ! Oracle won't 'own' 12% of the project until it pays its share. It has the 'right' to subscribe for that share if it can afford it. Currently looks like a 12% share of the 25% equity will cost Oracle above $50m less the work it has done so far (less than $4m. It will have to spend more on eg feasibility studies - only on the mine so far which is the simplest bit) which will cost shareholders more. If 75% project cost is met via a loan its repayment over (say) 10 years will take away over 50% of the project's net cash flow. Oracle can only hope its bigger partners will agree to pay it some of its 12% of that as a dividend - except that they won't need it themselves and might prefer to keep it in the project in case of problems (like those affecting about half of all other ctp projects). It's only the onward payment of that dividend to its shareholders will justify any share price at all for Oracle - which is the penny that has dropped for all those other coal to power lemmings who have lost their shirts on Kibo, and ditto Infa and GCM and all those other coal to power projects out there. To talk of a $12bn market cap for Oracle is sheer idiocy. The Sheik is there for a foothold will help him to other much more lucrative investments than a power station and not only does he not need to dilute himself to raise his project cost share, he can wait far longer than any lemming for ast least the five years before any thought of a dividend flows through to Oracle. |But, then, a sap, by definition, doesn't have the nous to realise he's a sap.)
10/1/2020
20:14
andymunchkin: sundberg Posts: 21 Price: 1.125 Strong Sell Convicted felon behind the scenesToday 17:12 This news announcement in which Sheikh Maktoum has invested 500K is very interesting. There is another player who invests alongside the Sheikh called Per Morten Hansen. He operates through various holdings companies. I can mention Porphyrion S.A registered in Luxembourg, Winrose, Great Southern and finally Zoltav. They are domiciled in tax havens and the MO is that they take a position in public companies and then blow up the share price with announcements in small public companies. The share price goes bananas and they cash in. The public is left holding the bag. Various wealthy investors has been used to front this schemes. Back in the days it was Arkady Abramovich in the company called Zoltav (2013) this year its Sheikh Maktoum in ADME (2019) and now this Oracle Company. What most investors dont know is that the mastermind behind these schemes is Per Morten Hansen, a convicted criminal several times over and he was recently arrested in Copenhagen and charged with money laundering. Google the information here and you will all see that I am right. They sell out as soon as they possibly can and then the share price tanks, they cash in lots of money, you investors are left holding the bag....dont believe me, just do the back ground checks. Now in order to be precise, I do not believe the Sheikh knows about the background, but he should....maybe he will now. Check out what happened to ADME and the press releases and you will see that I am right ---------------- wtffff???
16/12/2019
19:43
lurker5: To repeat from my post 4311 Sunday “If not first thing Monday, this will tank next week, and these prices won't be seem again for many years, if ever. Many years and many fund-raisings will have to come to pass before anyone knows the value to ORCP holders, and the likely share price, if ever the project(s) are fully funded; start generating cash; part of which cash is passed on to ORCP in the form of dividends; and ORCP pays it out. “ Not tanking quite as fast as I thought. But it will. Being kept aloft for the moment by a balloon of puff and whiffy wind emanating from a certain excitable child on the other side with the knowledge of a backward kindergartener. Last week it was 'JDA'. Now that hasn't quite boomed as hysterically expected, this week it's 'funding news'. Its total nonsense. 'funding' won't be settled until financial close, when all inputs, contracts, tariff agreements, project economics, etc etc etc have been worked out – will take at least three years and probably more. The balloon'll finally deflate into a wrinkly heap when anyone has the wit to understand that - and read the latest company balance sheet – 2018 Report and Accounts Note 9 Page 43 INTANGIBLE ASSETS GroupExploration costs £COST At 1 January 2018 4,839,316 Additions 160,630 Exchange differences (257,128) At 31 December 2018 4,742,818 NET BOOK VALUE At 31 December 2018 4,742,818 Exploration costs £COST At 1 January 2017 4,779,496 Additions 298,778 Exchange differences (238,958) At 31 December 2017 4,839,316 NET BOOK VALUE At 31 December 2017 4,839,316 "The Group exploration costs of £4,742,818 are currently being carried forward at cost in the financial statements. The Group will need to raise funds to reach financial close. Also, financial close involves the raising of finance, both debt and equity for the opening up of the mine and the construction of the power plant. If the Group is unable to raise this finance, some of the assets may require impairment." Last week's RNS was a warning (prompted by the Nomad probably) The co may well have 12.5 % of the 'project' But that is only its 'right'. It will have to pay to take it up.. ORCP will be credited with the value of work done – but the above shows that (so far) will only be c £4.8m – as shown above (plus a lot more meanwhile which will have to be funded by shareholders). And maybe doubled in the form of goodwill for sponsoring the project. But 12.5% equity in a $1.6bn project 'funded' 75% by bank (or Chinese) loans is $50m – and after (say) $10m credited as work done, leaves $40m to be stumped up by ORCP shareholders. And their share of dividends from the project will only come after all up and running successfully – five years from now at the least – and after all the project loans are repaid over the usual 10-12 years. Anyone willing to wait that long, and face uncertain cash raised meanwhile ? Maybe the kindergarten kid. But no one else.
15/12/2019
14:51
lurker5: If not first thing Monday, this will tank next week, and these prices won't be seem again for many years, if ever. Many years and many fund-raisings will have to come to pass before anyone knows the value to ORCP holders, and the likely share price, if ever the project(s)are fully funded; start generating cash; part of which cash is passed on to ORCP in the form of dividends; and ORCP pays it out.
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