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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc LSE:PRD London Ordinary Share JE00BFZ1D698 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -0.96% 5.15p 4.80p 5.50p 5.20p 4.95p 5.20p 1,062,037 15:29:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.8 -1.0 - 5.42

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24/1/2019
18:57
Nice to see WTI on the rise again after a couple of down days.
hulltiger
24/1/2019
18:39
I sold my very small holding of 10,369 shares in PRD. Sold at 12:41 for 9.025p per share for a miniscule profit. Still think it will hit 15p PLUS on good news. However I've taken a gamble on the share price falling further before that good news is released.
papillon
24/1/2019
17:04
Okay, hulltiger, but a "standard Listing" is definitely NOT a "Full Listing"!! Not that it matters in this case because PRD is still a speculative share with a small Mkt Cap and no revenue. PS. The requirements to list on the "Standard listing" of the LSE are, in fact, less stringent than with "AIM". For starters a company listed on the "Standard Listing" doesn't need a NOMAD, unlike on "AIM". PRD would DEFINITELY NOT have met the requirements to achieve a "Full Listing" on the LSE. By going for a "Standard Listing" instead of "AIM" PRD took the easier option. PPS. I was correct yesterday. I said a doji, or a small black candlestick was the likely outcome today because in it's short listed history PRD has never had more than 3 consecutive white candlesticks.
papillon
24/1/2019
13:08
Hi, with respect, it should be made very clear that PRD has a full listing.
hulltiger
24/1/2019
12:58
I suggested a small black candlestick, or a doji, today WITHOUT the help of BritishBulls(hit)! Looking back through the chart of PRD since it listed there have never been more than 3 consecutive white candlesticks, even back in August and the first 2 weeks of September when PRD was enjoying it's stellar rise. One thing I've noticed about speculative AIM listed small Mkt Cap shares without any revenue (like PRD) is that they often fall back towards the 200 day EMA after a big rise on the release of good news. In early November the PRD share price fell back to 5p (when the 200 day EMA was at 4p and rising) from an intraday high of 9.8p achieved in mid September. The 200 day EMA is currently at around 5.3p and rising. Shares such as PRD need a consist flow of good news to continue to rise and to stop the fall back towards the 200 day EMA. Lets hope we get that good news and soon!
papillon
24/1/2019
08:16
Good morning all, I am sure with or without candles, Paul will be a leading light.
hulltiger
23/1/2019
22:43
Sorry terrible grammar. I meant Lite not light.
sull75
23/1/2019
19:55
Agreed, the RNS in July light the fuse no doubt. Now the thing driving this is the anticipation of an operational update.
sull75
23/1/2019
19:35
I hope you are right, mikeh30 & Sull75. As I've posted before, based on EWT, I'm targeting 15p PLUS (how high above 15p will be dependent on the news released and newsflow, IMO), but only after good news has been released. A small black candlestick, or a doji, tomorrow wouldn't surprise me since we have had 3 consecutive white candlesticks. Even during the big rise in the share price during August & September there was never more than 3 consecutive white candlesticks. Look back at the candlestick chart for PRD. Of course I can't predict share prices so I could be wrong tomorrow. PS. The catalyst for the rerating and very big percentage rise in the PRD share price over the following 6 weeks was the very bullish RNS issued on the 31st July 2018. News drives share prices and really bullish news leads to a share being rerated and hence enjoying a very big percentage rise in the sp
papillon
23/1/2019
19:18
Another nice steady day, even with the expected profit takers. WTI has had a couple of down days but hopefully it will move along in the coming weeks.
hulltiger
23/1/2019
18:47
Anticipation of news will drive this forward :)
sull75
23/1/2019
18:29
Papillon - this share is not even on the radar. It's hardly mentioned on twitter/here/lseNews is coming and the interest will come with it. You will see a 10mill volume day here in the next couple of weeks with a 15p share price. Aimho of course
mikeh30
23/1/2019
18:07
I can't see the PRD share price getting above September's intraday high without news. Hopefully I'm wrong and hopefully we get very good news and soon. Unfortunately it's news that drives shares prices, not barcharts.
papillon
23/1/2019
17:38
There she is
mikeh30
23/1/2019
15:29
Ask and bid both jumped. Delayed buy
mikeh30
23/1/2019
10:21
Time for a tick up, unless we have a seller lurking .
hulltiger
23/1/2019
10:17
Good morning Mike,the more I listen to Paul's interviews the more I am convinced that he may shock us all,with a huge sale of assets or even a major taking a stake in the company.
hulltiger
23/1/2019
09:24
Farm in news and possibly re-entry into Marathon 49/19-1 gas discovery.Transformational year
mikeh30
23/1/2019
07:06
Good morning https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/PRD.LN
hulltiger
22/1/2019
10:17
Hi offerman. The PRD chart is currently very bullish. However the CERP chart turned bearish last July when a "death cross" happened (the 50 day EMA went below a falling 200 day EMA). Since that "death cross" appeared on the CERP chart the share price has fallen from circa 4.75p to the current 2.85p. I don't know much about CERP (apart from the fact it operates in Trinidad) and have never held it so I don't know it's potential, but I see no sign the CERP chart has turned bullish. I hope CERP comes good for you.
papillon
22/1/2019
09:33
Hi PapHad these on my list for some time and the fact they and CERP ( who I'm large holder of ) sparked my interest here. They didn't seem to crash like so many other oilies when looking at the past year graph. They have fingers in a lot of pies in T&T Ireland etc . If their Co2 treatment comes off in T&T for CERP then that will bode very well here for PRD
offerman
21/1/2019
15:18
No buy quote. Expect a delayed trade
mikeh30
21/1/2019
14:36
Very exciting, as Paul is more than a seller than driller and e price of WTI keeps on rising, which bodes well for Trinidad.
hulltiger
21/1/2019
12:21
Cash flow from Trinidad will make this move too. Not really much on twitter either so under the radar
mikeh30
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