Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
President Energy Plc LSE:PPC London Ordinary Share GB00B3DDP128 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.225 1,775,453 11:00:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.15 2.30 2.30 2.225 2.225
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 30.77 -70.55 -5.96 45
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:43:18 O 17,906 2.192 GBX

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President Energy Daily Update: President Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PPC. The last closing price for President Energy was 2.23p.
President Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.55p and a 12 week average price of 1.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.25p.
There are currently 2,007,914,603 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,890,613 shares. The market capitalisation of President Energy Plc is £44,676,099.92.
brasso3: OIlinvestor It is those negatives you mention that has allowed my to accumulate 3m+ shares at 1.6p - 1.9p. Oil: How about the incompetence of the management team? Is that no longer an issue/ major concern of yours? Brasso: The share price proves that I am correct the PPC has been badly managed in the past 10 years. Oil: What about the imminent dilutions that you were forecasting? Brasso: I see the likelihood has decreased with Brent at $55/ barrel. I do not rule out dilution as PPC has had a placing every year for 10 years. Oil: How about the Argentina economy that you have been forecasting to implode and take PPC with it ? Has that miraculously resolved itself? Brasso: The Argentine economy is in the gutter and this is evident in the depreciation of the Peso. The recent loan and PPC costs in Pesos is a hedge against this. Again operating in a basket case country like Argentine is why the share price is sub 2p. Oil: What about the lack of clarity, poor communication and the fact that a lot of things were done on video or Twitter rather than RNS? Brasso: I am banking on communication improving but this is not a given.
brasso3: oilinvestorAl9 Jan '21 - 14:36 - 6434 of 6447 I think that is unfair and I have been negative with very good reason. The share performance over 10 years tells the story. I was suffering a very large percentage loss with PPC over many years and it did a lot of damage to my portfolio. Even still I always held shares in PPC. I recently made close to £400k profit from ARB (Argo Blockchain) buying at 4p - 8p and selling a big chunk at 70p - 121.5p. Those prior PPC losses (paper losses) are now tiny compared to my portfolio size. I have bought 3m+ shares in the last week in PPC and if PL disappoints with further dilution or bad decisions I will be the first to say it no doubt. I never planned to buy these shares and they are more a consequence of my good fortunes elsewhere. If my negative comments in recent years pushed the share price down then why did Piperpeter's and Rizzzla's ramping for 10 years no push the price up?
lr2: Well, Brasso has been right to be negative since 2017, the share price has dropped from 11p to less than 2p in that time. I really don't think you can blame that drop on Brasso. That's all down to Peter Levine and his team. Constant dilution showed a complete lack of concern for other shareholders. Also it rather looks as though Brasso has timed his purchases well as the share price has risen recently a little bit. I used to be a shareholder here many years ago but didn't like Peter Levine when I met him shortly after his investment here and decided it was time to leave. I keep a watch here from time to time simply because I met some very decent PPC shareholders during the pre-Levine days and want to stay in touch. Unlike Brasso, I won't be investing here again whilst Levine stays on. I still don't like him.
oilinvestoral: No rizla he hasn't switched accounts with PP.Brasso was simply talking down the company ad nauseam in an extremely incessant/ never ending unrelenting manner in order to purchase as many shares as possible at the lowest price possible.PPC is extremely illiquid and a few sells or buys can have a profound effect on the share price.Now that he has the quantity of PPC shares that he was looking for, he will incessantly ramp non-stop even on weekends. He will also come with ludicrous targets! Talk of 10p right now is lunacy for a company that is struggling to hold 1.8p! His type is what is wrong with online bulletin boards. Be careful of his ilk ! You have been warned!
samsung7: I don't think he has said its a done deal I feel he has said the opposite to be honest I>E don't invest for Paraguay, I am not saying the share price won't get hit but there is certainly nothing in the share price for it and would recover also if a deal is done we will probably get hit in the share price because it will never be a good enough deal what ever the deal. its the price we get to before the news and when it will be drilled that will truly matter. I am looking more for the results of a positive drill can you imagine what a game changer that would be if successful.
samsung7: Techno you cannot use the word Dwarfs anymore they are to be identified as Vertically challenged like the PPC share price.
samsung7: A bit of rambling. I have been thinking,(Yes I enjoyed the new experience), If we get paid in Peso at the dollar rate at the time of payment and not invoice and the Peso is depreciating then PPC cannot keep hold of the ARS do they spend it straight away or can they exchange it and hold another foreign currency ? If PPC borrowed $10,000,000 for example at say 50 Peso to the dollar and the Peso devalues at say 50% and we are on a fixed oil price paid in Peso will it take twice as much production to pay off the Loan ? {TRAFIGURA)(obviously if PPC borrows in US $ it can keep the US $ until they need to spend it i would imagine). Is the price for the oil still under the Argentinian price fix ?, I think I remember the last RNS saying they were receiving $42 dollars in December converted to Peso. I think I understand the reasons for controlling the flows of production because if the Peso is devaluing then your losing money if its sat in the bank, you have to keep on investing in infrastructure and CAPEX. If this is the case can anyone show me away that money would ever be returned to shareholders in any form other than share price appreciation. The new loan At 30% could this be a gamble that may or may not pay off.
technohead: Brasso - wish I had paid more attention to PPC board - I tend to look in and out - had I know about ARB I may jumped in. I sold all my pension funds (bar PPC) when after initial Covid drop FTSE market rose to 6000 - It just did not make any sense to me that the market was rising, I sat on the side lines - having the cash I was able to bring my PPC holding b/e right down - I'm not quite as heavy as you. Since March I wanted to get some crypto into my pension but couldnt find funds which were crypto based held by Fidelity. As I stated before I do believe that Crypto is going to grow and grow. When I first got interested I was persuaded to look past BTC - wish I hadn't been but you can't live your life regretting things. I took an interest in IOTA - and like all my investments its cost me dear. I think that's on the turn and I have managed to bring down my b/e there significantly. I do think IOTA can be a great turn around story and this year is very much make or break for it. There's a wealth of companies working with IOTA technology and M2M has a big future. But back to BTC - 3 years ago the Rocket/Moonsters were talking about 100k price target and it looked way too fanciful. 20k was so elusive for some time but once it was broken it was amazing to see it rocket to 30k and then 35k. You'd think its gone up way too fast and there's a big gap there to be filled but with money printing in overdrive and all the institutional interest developing in BTC I think it suddenly does have a far more solid future ahead. JPMorgan (remember "I'll fire any of my employees who invest in BTC" Jamie Dimon) now predict a 600k price target for BTC. Loads of pundits are convinced 100k is around the corner. 3 years on its not so fanciful. It probably won't be a straight line getting there but it will come. Sorry for the off topic here . Well done Brasso - let's hope PPC do a multi bagger this year - fundamentals tell you the company has the power to do it - the attrocious management and continued dilution has cost us dear but with Trafigura on board maybe things may be a bit more 'normalised;. Good luck to all PPC holders PS - pension fund is fully invested - at 6600 once Brexit deal was done. FTSE was originally 7700 and if you looked back 5 years it had treaded water compared to US markets. I think there is a lot of headroom there still to be filled unless COVID destroys us all.
all in eol: azzy116 Nov '20 - 20:55 - 5349 of 5861 0 0 0 Piperpeter Considering there has been no RNS to inform us who bought all the shares, it looks pretty suspicious to me as to why JBER still are controlling the share price There was no reason for this to finish flat today, and also over the last week or so the share price has been pretty well controlled since the IFC trade (90+ MILLION) 03-Nov-20 15:28:16 1.10 7,974,650 Sell* 1.40 1.45 87.72k O 03-Nov-20 15:27:07 1.10 10,000,000 Sell* 1.40 1.45 110.00k O 03-Nov-20 15:27:31 1.10 10,000,000 Sell* 1.40 1.45 110.00k O 03-Nov-20 15:27:21 1.10 10,000,000 Sell* 1.40 1.45 110.00k O 03-Nov-20 15:21:40 1.10 33,873,198 Sell* 1.40 1.45 372.61k O 03-Nov-20 15:27:40 1.10 10,000,000 Sell* 1.40 1.45 110.00k O 03-Nov-20 15:27:51 1.10 10,000,000 Sell* 1.40 1.45 110.00k All these trades add to 91,847,848, which is exactly the trade which happened earlier on the same day 03-Nov-20 15:09:50 1.10 91,847,848 Sell* 1.20 1.30 1m Why has the trades been split into lots of smaller trades? so that they could be distributed in a way to cover something up !!! who knows what games are being played !!! Magtalo There has been constant selling pressure with PPC since Feb 2020, Norges, and IFC are 2 funds that have been selling into the market
sharemez: Glad to be of service Grimey, still waiting for your facts and the funds you promised me so I can afford an attorney to talk to yours?. Maybe if PPC share price rises I would be able to afford an attorney. Isn't it head in the sand rather than face in the sand?
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