Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Touchstone Exploration Inc LSE:TXP London Ordinary Share CA89156L1085 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -1.23% 80.50 156,631 13:49:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
80.00 81.00 81.00 80.50 81.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 28.12 6.82 169
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:46 O 2,285 80.10 GBX

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Touchstone Exploration Daily Update: Touchstone Exploration Inc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TXP. The last closing price for Touchstone Exploration was 81.50p.
Touchstone Exploration Inc has a 4 week average price of 79p and a 12 week average price of 79p.
The 1 year high share price is 178p while the 1 year low share price is currently 48p.
There are currently 209,634,627 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 789,746 shares. The market capitalisation of Touchstone Exploration Inc is £168,755,874.74.
11_percent: thebul, TXP share price please.....not a snide comment on my are obsessive...
11_percent: thebull, You are typical of the ramping gang on this BB. PLEASE talk about the TXP share price ....not Morrisons...FFS. Its the TXP BB...and we talk about the TXP share price .... As for "the market is always wrong".....i give up.
11_percent: sleveen, It is only swany and myself who are posting about the share price crash...and the reasons for it. Its not "obsessing" about it...its a focus on an aspect of the share which no one will talk about. The obsession lies with the otheres....who contiually...over and over.....ramp the share and say that it is undervalued and will we will all swimming in money in 12/18 months.....i call than the rampers "jam tomorrow" post....and as you point out...they are obsessive about them. The other type of post which the Ramping Gang obsess on is the attack on myself spawny.....WITHOUT EVER TALKING ABOUT THE share price Myself and on the share price ....while the others obsess about NOT TALKING ABOUT THE share price ATB.
11_percent: worraps20 Jun '21 - 10:40 - 20404 of 20413 0 3 0 11_percent.....but if you are shorting as you say you are, that's just what you want to happen isn't it? You need the price down ready to buy them back. So, I would say that your prediction is somewhat biased. ======= WhatsApp, You to get a grip and stop assumiong stuff. I am not short. I have sold down my position in the last 2 weeks as the share price has gone down.....I am still long as the long term (12/18 months) the story here is still good. I think my approach....which could be called "trading" is logical. My vast experiance of AIM shares in general and Oil Cos in particular....tells me that the share price here is going down.....and I was right agian. I have posted my reasons over the last few days. This share is a GREAT TRADE at the moment. It is being attacked by a professional bunch of scammmers who are shorting the share. 83p has GONE....and its going lower......we need to see how low the share price is going till we buy back. THIS IS WHAT WE ARE DISCUSSING.......NOT "JAM TOMOROW"....where the share price will be £ ATB.
stupmy: At 85.8p, we're very close now to the 82-85p area I suggested (see below). Spawny you did the right thing in my view, until it starts to go up, it's going down. And going down can be a slow insidious business that leads 'strong' holders to constantly believe that tomorrow will be different, so they hold and they hold and the value of their holdings reduces along with the share price and there will always be a reason that they believe it is the right approach (sometimes it will be). If you're out, you can't lose more and you can attempt to react if you believe the share price is changing direction. There will always be those that argue you shouldn't sell out as share price falls because news will have the share price gap into orbit before you can react. But the reality is, that over time, over a number of investments it will turn out that avoiding losses is very, very important and that most changes in share price movement don't happen in a second, and that there is often enough time to react without missing out. For me, a close below 82 would be a very negative sign. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------= Stupmy - 04 Jun 2021 - 09:59:14 - 20032 of 20280 Touchstone Exploration - TXP If the share price closes below 93p, 82 to 85p become quite likely. If that doesn't hold, 78 looks next. At that point it's not too much of a struggle to imagine 58/59 (a price I mentioned as a risk perviously).
pro_s2009: Lauders, when the June 2021 stock on loan figures come out, I expect the short position will have increased, which will explain why the share price is where it is. The share price only goes down if someone is flooding the market with shares (loaned and then sold so they don't appear as naked short positions). We might be talking around 20 millions shares "on loan" (eg short) by the end of this month. That is something which will suppress the price, but on the flip side, they always have to buy them back sometime, and the company has stated they have no plans whatsoever for any placing and are fine using their cash from operations along with debt facility to get Coho and Cascadura on line and increase the oil production in the South West with 4 new wells, and maybe some workovers...... :) Edit.....yes......was a little bit of an edit.
thebull8: So since April shorts have increased by 3.4m shares. Our volume was around 23m for this period so short selling resulted in 15% of the activity for April and May. Incase anybody doesn't understand how shorts work - they borrow the shares from a broker. So let's say HL hold 20m shares they'll approach them and borrow the shares from them. They physically sell these into the market. So when you see these 10,000 lots of shares being sold this is most likely somebody shorting. Eventually they'll need to buy these back. The share price on 01 April was 92p. The share price today is 91p. They have sold an additional 3.4m (or 15% of the total volume for April and May) and the share price hasn't moved lol. It's going to be fun watching them try and close 9% of the total stock (more if you only use free float). Unless somebody is hedging and uses existing shareholding to cover. Should still see a nice boost up. Hang on to your shares cause it'll be fun when it happens :-)
ashkv: It appears there is possibly a big shorter out there. I came across the below information on the Internet re TXP an am awaiting confirmation via Euroclear that it appears the below specified outstanding of TXP shares are out on Borrow and therefore can be assumed to be "shorted" by some actor. We should confirm and then broadcast on message boards to push for the supposed Shorts to get "burned" who are dubiously manipulating a solid firm like TXPs share price. Hopefully my post is not removed as the actor has got the same purged from another forum I am active on... TXP Stock on Loan from Euroclear [DISCLAIMER - AWAITING CONFIRMATION FROM EUROCLEAR] Jan 2021____0.52% Feb 2021____1.23% Mar 2021____7.14% Shorts come on on bad news Apr 2021____8.65% Price suppression May 2021____8.79% Price suppression
pro_s2009: thebull8 - which is what is making me think. Surely a hedge fund is not really going to short TXP for 9% (18 million shares) at the risk of Royston coming in and they will then lose 18 million GBP or more as the share price rockets on good news......... The risk reward is just not there really. So why else would someone open a large short and keep drip adding to the short to suppress the share price. The obvious one is of course a hostile bid is being lined up. TXP would never have been taken over before Royston, simply as Royston completes the license commitment on Ortoire. Once Royston is drilled (along with the seismic) license obligations are done. At this point - before the wall of cash - is imo the most likely time a hostile bid will be made. Why have Shell played hardball over Coho ? Suppress the share price ? Why has a hedge fund taken out a 9% short position on TXP when they dont need a placing ? Suppress the share price ? If they can keep the share price low and suppress further, then post Royston they can make an offer which will be well above the "3 month weighted average share price".......because of course, they have been suppressing it down for months. Someone tries to pick it up cheap with an agreement already in place to sell to Shell in 12 months time for a certain profit ? Who knows......but its the most logical explanation I can see for why someone would be short 9% of a company that does not need money and has massive cash flows going to commence in 2022.
pro_s2009: I have already written my email to Paul in the event of a Royston success ..........and I suggest others do the same when the time comes........ And if its a failure, then its tin hats on and ride the bad sentiment for 6 months......whilst every muppet posts ill of TXP on all the bulletin boards........ԍ15;🤣🤣;🤣🤣🤣 TXP has around 150p a share of proven reserves now, so whilst the share price will react badly short term to any Royston failure, ultimately it will recover. .......Dear Paul, Congratulations on an excellent Royston result. This is great news and opens up another development project. I would like to, again, draw your attention to a very large short position on TXP stock in London. I am sure following the Rosyton news you will be approached now by various parties suggesting you should raise money to speed up development who then offer cash for shares in a private placement. However, as a long term shareholder I and many others would implore you to reject this. This is not value creation for shareholders, this dilutes us for no appreciable gain apart from a bit quicker development which is not value creation. I and many others are more than happy to wait another 6 months or 9 months and get solid cashflow coming in from Cascadura so the company can grow using cash generated from operations. Using debt will not dilute shareholder value, but a further private placement will, so I do hope that you will proceed as previously said in using some debt funding for development and wait for Cascadura to be line before ramping things up in terms of exploration and other developments. Your sincerely, .............
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