Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sdx Energy LSE:SDX London Ordinary Share CA78410A1075 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.85% 59.50p 58.00p 61.00p 59.50p 59.00p 59.00p 121,480 09:20:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 29.0 24.3 11.3 5.0 121.65

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21/8/2018
16:15
He obviously enjoys the wining and dining with corporate execs, he may have a too optimistic view in relation to some companies and got them wrong (or been misled), but he does bring to light a lot of smaller oilies that I certainly wouldn't have even considered hadn't I stumbled across his blog. At the end of the day you make the choice to buy and sell shares, Malcy doesn't force you. I bought VOG because of a Malcy article but I soon sold them (at a loss) when I did some more digging (so I can understand some people's angst). However, I also bought SDX Energy (thanks to Malcy) which I believe to be a fantastic prospect and after doing plenty of research, attending the AGM, feel will at least double in value in the next six months.
robbiekeane
21/8/2018
14:24
I don'r research stocks as much or as well as I should. But it was kicking the tyres here that I realised why Malcy should be taken with a pinch of salt or several.
haideralifool
21/8/2018
13:27
It's his moustache, and obviously another quality he possesses which I won't mention...
shakeypremis
21/8/2018
13:18
the Oil Walrus Excellent, I like that!
greyingsurfer
21/8/2018
10:58
Metis20, sadly, what the Oil Walrus says is meaningless when it comes to SDX. He and everyone else have been going on about how undervalued things are here but it makes no difference. It'll go up when it goes up.
shakeypremis
21/8/2018
10:25
Malcy's comment on the current SDX share price (see #6724 for the link) “extremely undervalued, one of the cheapest in the sector”
metis20
21/8/2018
09:23
Beanz on toast (MM message)
thegreatgeraldo
21/8/2018
09:16
Whats with the small share trades this AM 3 & 19
ifthecapfits
20/8/2018
18:10
Malcy on SDX, Starts around 10:50 HTTPS://www.malcysblog.com/2018/08/vox-markets-podcast-malcy-on-premier-oil-trinity-exploration-production-faroe-petroleum-sdx-energy-independent-oil-gas-and-falcon-oil-gas/
tli8jaguar
20/8/2018
15:54
Not often you get the date announced, and you can almost feel the spring in Paul’s step in that statement. Seems to be genuinely looking forward to telling the market what SDX has achieved.
darola
20/8/2018
15:49
I take your point.
rossannan
20/8/2018
11:06
"The rest of our portfolio of assets continues to perform well and I look forward to updating our shareholders on all of our activity when we release our Q2 results on August 28, 2018."
tli8jaguar
20/8/2018
10:48
Not drifting back down this time. Interesting...
rossannan
18/8/2018
10:46
I seem to recall Paul Welch is on record as saying the Company has no intention of paying dividends. The plan is to grow to achieve a certain market capital and then sell. I have no problem with that.
saucepan
18/8/2018
09:19
Fair enough, thanks tournesol.
value hound
17/8/2018
15:11
value hound SDX is not mature enough to pay dividends. At this stage in its life-cycle its objectives are 1) achieve financial self sufficiency 2) continue exploration of existing acreage 3) develop discoveries 4) acquire additional acreage/assets It needs to repeat steps 2-4 until it achieves critical mass and is truly self sufficient and big enough to withstand the run of bad luck which is normal in the industry. Only then can it divert its cashflow from building the business to paying dividends. There is nothing remotely unusual in the above - it is standard operating procedure for small E&P's. None of them pay dividends. Nor should they. I don't invest in them for a 5% divi. I invest for a multi-bag return from successful exploration. If they can afford both an aggressive explo programme and a divi that's fine but if they have to choose between those two options, then it's a no brainer.
tournesol
17/8/2018
12:45
Will no doubt drift back down soon enough, as it usually does after positive news, but maybe not so far down this time. It feels like such a solid proposition for the longer term, which in AIM terms is anything over 3 months!
rossannan
17/8/2018
12:11
Why pay a dividend when still raising money. Much rather the profits are reinvested in the business for now. Maybe in year or two when assets have grown and been brought on stream.
gisjob2
17/8/2018
12:04
Why don't SDX pay any dividend - ever? They could patently afford to.
value hound
17/8/2018
11:47
Still plagued by sellers into any strength. My take on it is that some of the early stage investors are still getting out to invest in some new as yet unquoted opportunities. Absolutely standard stuff which says nothing at all about how SDX are doing or what institutions think of them. These sellers do finish eventually and the usual pattern is that there is a hefty rerating pretty quickly when they do. I remain quietly confident that this will be an excellent performer over the next year. It could well be that production and cashflow from South Disouq in the fourth quarter is the trigger.
hiddendepths
17/8/2018
10:25
Up she goes. Nice!
darola
17/8/2018
09:42
there's nothing cheaper on the market, E&P wise....could 3-4 bag and still not be expensive
deanroberthunt
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