Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Providence Resources Plc LSE:PVR London Ordinary Share IE00B66B5T26 ORD EUR0.001 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 5.71% 3.70 427,980 16:11:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.60 3.80 3.70 3.50 3.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -18.15 -3.04 36
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:11:26 O 100,000 3.80 GBX

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Providence Resources Daily Update: Providence Resources Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PVR. The last closing price for Providence Resources was 3.50p.
Providence Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.50p and a 12 week average price of 2.93p.
The 1 year high share price is 8.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.93p.
There are currently 974,864,403 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 314,145 shares. The market capitalisation of Providence Resources Plc is £36,069,982.91.
papillon: Have a look at the oil EXPLORATION companies steelwatch has started threads in, srvsrv and then look at their long term share price charts, taking into account any share consolidations and then work out the percentage that have been successful! My pessimism is based on long term and painful experience of the AIM listed O&G sector, srvsrv. The share price charts don't lie. Most have turned out to be disastrous investments for long term holders despite initial optimism. Look no further than the long term charts of CHAR & TRP as examples of a very long list. For every COVE there are a long list of long term losers. I hope PVR comes good for you as there are winners as COVE proves, but PVR will be bucking the trend if it comes good. PS The follow up to COVE, FAST, was an absolute disaster. It ended up as a cash shell penny share and switched from oil to biotech. It still exists on AIM as AMYT, an orphan drug developer.
papillon: That's what the HUR shareholders were saying, srvsrv! I thought the same when I first invested in MATRA (MTA) around 15 years ago. The oil was there, but so was a lot of water! I've lost money by being a long term holder and continually averaging down. Been there, got the tee shirt, srvsrv. I hope your hopes for PVR and Barryroe come good, srvsrv, but a look at the PVR, HUR, etc, long term charts show that shareholders very, very, rarely make money being long term holders of speculative O&G explorers. You only have to look at the companies in which steelwatch has started threads to realise that. PVR, LOGP, HUR, PTR, etc. All disasters for long term holders, The list is almost endless! Yet shareholders in all these companies were, like you, hopeful for the future. Unfortunately, like I found out with MTA, things very, very, rarely pan out the way shareholders imagine they will. Serious difficulties occur and the share price plunges. I hope PVR comes good for you, but it would be bucking a trend. The likes of PVR should be treated as short term gambles with money you can afford to lose, not long term investments. PS How much money have you lost over the years being a long term holder of PVR, srvsrv? Ask yourself that question!
papillon: Long term holders of PVR need to look at the share price performance of HUR after it couldn't achieve a farm out and raised the gigantic sum itself, via debt, to develop it's giant oil find off of the Shetlands. Unfortunately oil production has never lived up to expectations and the HUR share price was already a penny share before today's RNS (debt restructuring) has wiped another 43% off the sp,which is now not much more than a penny. The HUR fields are, I believe, similar in nature to Barryroe. steelwatch must be a current, or ex, HUR shareholder because he started a HUR thread back in 2019. He definitely knows all about the inherent dangers in investing in O&G explorers since he appears to have invested in a string of O&G disasters over the years. PVR and it's ilk need to be treated as short term punts, not long term holds. Pumper & dumper AIMBagger had the right idea. He knew when to dump his PVR shares having made a profit.
papillon: That brings a total of around 44m PVR warrants exercised at 3p in the last couple of days. Around £1.3m of cash for the company coffers. The warrant holders must have hopes of a successful outcome regarding development of Barryroe, else why exercise the warrants now with the PVR share price only circa 10% above the warrant exercise price? Either that, or they have already shorted PVR in anticipation of purchasing the warrants which appears, on the face of it, counterintuitive. Though I won't be doing so myself PVR and LOGP shares might be worth a very small, speculative, punt at the current prices. You never know you could get lucky. Stranger things have happened.
papillon: kent21 - 03 Mar 2021 - 20:55:02 - 63607 of 64223 PVR - The Irish Explorer - PVR Positive news - full financing of Barryroe around Easter. This is early April which is very positive. The heavy lifting is done with Aker solutions and Schlumberger meeting the funding requirements. kent21 - 11 Mar 2021 - 21:34:01 - 63657 of 64223 PVR - The Irish Explorer - PVR I am confident from conversations today that the funding is on track , partners are replacing the equity investment which Export Credit was going to fill and we will see an Easter bunny bring home the bounty. After many nights worrying on my pillow I look forward to sleeping soundly tonight kent21 - 13 Mar 2021 - 16:12:15 - 63695 of 64223 PVR - The Irish Explorer - PVR Calm the jets guys on passing final judgement on spot on until early April 2021. It's been a long slog to get here and I full expect full finance and a funded bond to be in place within 30 days. Two of the spot on partners have agreed to replace the export credit. kent21 29 Apr '21 - 00:41 - 64222 of 64222 €3.21 billion net worth in 2020 Times Rich list. Goodman is in to make money , his track record is as a winner. Time to follow the smart money >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Obviously, kent21 is a man who knows what's going on behind the scenes! A man with inside knowledge! 🤣🤣 Will Barryroe finally be developed almost 50 years after being discovered by Exxon? Who knows? Buying shares now, in PVR & LOGP, is a big gamble. If it comes off the lucky punters who buy now could make a big return on their money, at least in the short term. However it's not a gamble I'm prepared to make. I think the odds are stacked against success, bwtfdik? Obviously, not as much as kent21. 🤣🤣
hoper2: Ten years ago there were approx 35 million shares in issue and the share price was around the £5 mark. Many of the old timers on the other thread were holders and hoping for a takeover with a price of at least £25 per share. Now we have about one billion shares in issue, an share price of a few pennies and still the directors are on six figure wages. I'm sure it isn't illegal, but it should be.
the stinger: 1cagney... PVR share price has fallen over 60 percent since announcing the farm out!!... you would think it would be the other way round!!... Definitely 2p coming.
papillon: Well the PVR Ichimoku chart is currently very bearish. Of course the PVR share price is driven by news and not a chart, however the drop, today, below December's low doesn't inspire confidence and suggests the share price could fall further before it finds a bottom, but predicting sp's is a mugs game, IMO. I'm not a bookmaker, but I should imagine that the odds on such a large amount of money being raised by the end of April are not great. I imagine it's odds on the money wont be raised by the end of April, bwtfdik? I think only the very brave would have a small punt on PVR, at the current price. Short term pumpers and dumpers, like AIMBAGGER, have made money out of punting on PVR during the last year, or so, but he's long gone. It's the long term holders, those that fantasise about a crock of gold at the end of the Barryroe rainbow, that lose money. Lots of money, unfortunately, in some cases. Fortunately I've learnt to avoid betting on AIM O&G explorers. Very. very, few (if any!) ever come good for long term holders. Ideal for short term rampers and pumpers and dumpers, but not long termers. free stock charts from
p5tvr: steel...By looking at PVR share price i would say NO...Keep on dreaming that Barryroe will get done,just 5 weeks left and counting...LOL
funtimejonny: I see you have finally joined the camp of the doubters after all these years Hermana! What I find objectionable is that this hiatus in the funding is only announced at one minute to midnight and the quest for alternative funding has (allegedly) only just begun. Bloody hard to take after one year of waiting fot these guys to truoser up some money and get the bloody show on the road. Just look at what this has done to the LOGP share price in the last couple of months...not to mention PVR share price
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