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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pantheon Resources Plc LSE:PANR London Ordinary Share GB00B125SX82 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 0.25% 80.90 80.40 80.60 82.50 79.20 80.90 3,809,295 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -21.7 -3.4 - 563

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13/9/2021
15:01
Forwood - this company does not leak news !!
swendab1
13/9/2021
14:56
Quite strange. We've had a lot of selling the past few days, and it doesn't appear to have stopped. The 2 main explanations are new institutional buying or a news leak.
forwood
13/9/2021
14:25
There appears to be greater sells than buys and yet the share price is up 6%Strange but true !
bit coin
13/9/2021
12:18
The buying this morning looks very institutional (just an observation)
sirmark
13/9/2021
08:58
Looking good nice start, I re-watched the last two webinars last night...just to recap and "it just gets better and better" Looking good to retest the 60's (hopefully) I would also gauge that the 1.3mln on Friday was a buy judging on the share price reaction this morning.
sirmark
13/9/2021
08:05
Latest recorded price for a barrel of ANS West Coast crude oil was $71.57 on 9/9/21, fyi.
scot126
11/9/2021
14:16
copying your direct link https://bit.ly/PANRAUG21 and select download from top right. You do not need to 'sign up' or 'log in'
forwood
11/9/2021
14:02
Forwood, there is a link in the Reddit post that you can download it from. EDIT: The Reddit post has been removed for some reason. The bit.ly link posted by Forwood will work. Also the bit.ly link in my earlier post takes you directly to it.
dhb368
11/9/2021
13:37
As dhb requested his webinar notes with working link https://www.reddit.com/r/PantheonResourcesPANR/comments/pm5nzl/panr_august_webinar_slides_and_transcribed_notes/ However, the materials don't appear to be there!
forwood
11/9/2021
13:21
Yep. I even kept the 'gonna's in there as well, even though I desperately wanted to substitute them with 'going to'
dhb368
11/9/2021
12:35
DHB! You're the man, that is awesome. It's so good, I don't have to go through text and mark slide numbers against it, and it even has the "you knows" so it's truly authentic
spangle93
11/9/2021
12:25
I know it seems like an age ago, but if anyone wants transcribed notes from the August webinar I have posted to Reddit www.reddit.com/r/PantheonResourcesPANR/comments/pm5nzl/panr_august_webinar_slides_and_transcribed_notes/ - EDIT - Removed from Reddit for some reason. bit.ly link still OK These can also be downloaded directly (you do not need to sign up or login) from bit.ly/PANRAUG21 If someone with premium can post with working links that would be appreciated.
dhb368
11/9/2021
09:48
Thank you Mr Forwood. That is very enlightening.
total return
11/9/2021
03:21
Scot re your 17033, olderwiser on Discord did some research and checked with a pal (they both have advfn a/cs apparently but he was happy for me to relay the info). Although he couldn't guarantee all the details, he said that PTHRF shares have to be backed by a purchased AIM share, so as not to expose OTC buyers to credit risk. The suggested process is that OTC brokers buy the UK stock which is then kept here in a nominee holding account. I asked whether they could anticipate the market, offering shares they may not have and balance their books after the event either from AIM, the OTC market or other OTC brokers who might have stock. He said 'they cannot operate on credit, as it would expose investors to credit risk if the broker fails. Much like a shop cannot sell an item unless they stock it. They can secure stock from public, other brokers, or Aim backed new PTHRF shares'. If correct, balancing share demand and supply during overlapping hours should be easy enough but creates an interesting dynamic out of AIM hours where they would have to anticipate demand. I think you may well be correct in attributing these large late trades to OTC brokers. It's my impression that volume has picked up there and to maintain an orderly US market suggests having a sufficient supply of AIM backed stock. If so, you'd have thought they'd be a bit smarter in trading here as these recent large late trades have been at quite a premium to our prevailing price....or they simply pass it on, which could explain why the US price is generally higher. Another inference is that if UK brokers know that US OTC brokers are wanting stock, our brokers may not be quite so concerned to balance their own books during the day.
forwood
10/9/2021
22:14
Likewise 2022 I'm in for the end regardless
sirmark
10/9/2021
21:03
I have to say I do not disagree with that 2022!!
chessman2
10/9/2021
20:57
Hi Guys, Just been catching with the bulletin board. Still got my core holding and really what ever we post will have no effect on how the company shapes up in 2022. Is the oil there and does it flow? I personally hope that we we go for a placing and retain 100% rather than a farm in despite a hit to the share price Next Sept we will either be 20p or 200p+. I'm sure they will be some squeaky bum days in 2022 but I am in for the end game with the BOD and hopefully thats in 2022 or soon after.
2022 will be the year
10/9/2021
20:00
Hi sirmark et al, I doubt I'll be able to confirm the following theory formally so happy to label it as opinion/musing. I must be consistent so in the same way I made the following observation about 88E's volume on the OTC (especially during the spring 88E share price spike), I'm wondering if these large-ish lines being marked, often outside live market hours, are the result of the OTC brokers' demand for stock to facilitate their own trading and liquidity in the US that same day/the previous day/anticipated demand the next day? I wonder if any of the market makers who read this thread can help us out here? If you've ever been given an instruction to accumulate x shares in Y stock over the day by a US OTC broker needing the underlying stock to facilitate growing demand in the US, can you tell us how it works please? Does the order arrive at the beginning of the day in London in anticipation of the day ahead in New York? Perhaps the order reflects the previous day's trading in the US and their settlement process allows the OTC broker to source stock "after the fact"? Or is each order anticipatory, the OTC broker's guesstimate of what volume might be required to keep the OTC market working reasonably effectively later that day? Perhaps the US guys supplement/amend their order once they see how the OTC quote opens at 2.30pm, London time? I also accept, from monitoring Twitter chiefly, there'll be a cohort of US retail investors who are perfectly capable of trading the physical stock here in the UK, via their US broker. I can't remember who it was in the last 48 hours who highlighted no-one seems to discuss or even mention the buying which is soaking up the Farallon selling? Whomever it was, I agree. There have also been a few posts which sought to reverse engineer the official UK daily volume to see how the Farallon selling has been fitting with any trends or patterns, etc, etc. IMHO I'd suggest some caution there. *If* I am correct and UK market maker(s) are bundling up volume for US OTC brokers throughout the day then there's a decent chance the official UK reported daily volume is being 'double counted' as the UK market makers accumulate and then print the sale to the US broker after 4.35pm, or at any other time for that matter. There have been some large-ish early morning trades too, for example. All of the above is not necessarily good or bad, it could also be completely neutral. I just thought it was worth posting as an observation so that fellow posters aren't tempted to be quite as definitive in their language about volumes as they normally are!! Oh, and sirmark, I'm struggling to work out how an existing holder like Farallon, or you and I for that matter, could arrange to sell their primary exchange (London) AIM-listed stock on the US OTC market? I just don't think it would be possible? Does anyone else think it can be arranged? The stock isn't fully fungible so I'm struggling to reconstruct the administrative process required to facilitate such a trade. Hmmm, in summary, I just don't see how it could happen as you describe in your question? Hope that helps.
scot126
10/9/2021
18:34
Definitely a buy as well as the bid never hit that figure and certainly not that amount on the book so imo a defiant buy!! The US is looking good also volume up over there I wonder if Farallon are fielding some on the otc to?Certainly interesting and looking forward to next week hopefully a change in direction
sirmark
10/9/2021
17:38
we also had a 500k buy drop right after the bell yesterday, would not be surprised if it was the same buyer.
sporazene2
10/9/2021
17:25
Not so sure about it being from thisMorning as on the trade is the time so unless a worked order I'm guessing a buy
sirmark
10/9/2021
17:16
News on Monday…………..
brian boru
10/9/2021
16:58
Massive 1.3 million buy ???
bit coin
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