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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trinity Exploration & Production Plc LSE:TRIN London Ordinary Share GB00B8JG4R91 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 0.61% 8.30 8.20 8.40 8.35 8.25 8.25 523,417 11:32:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 48.2 -10.6 -1.5 - 32

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/10/2020
21:34
"communication" = superficial
wwick
21/10/2020
21:33
"divvy" = short sighted
wwick
21/10/2020
17:24
Frustrating is no understatement. Unfortunately short term sellers drive the price down on any rise. This is not adrressed by Trin. They could introduce a divvy to retain investors or a buyback or promote more media and shareholder communication. They are not supporting their own share price so it makes it hard for long term holdrs. The new Trin has now created its own reputation. They said they wanted long term holders but then to be a long term holder has been misery. TXP has retained value and many shareholders. Trin has not. I don’t know when they will wake up to its importance in the long term holders lives and the company’s reputation. They can become hyper efficient and generate cash but also generate a poor reputation for looking after shareholders’ wellbeing. How long does a long term holder have to wait to get their initial investment back for goodness sake?? Trin is in the best shape yet with great prospects and holding up well. But you’d never know it! Great time to buy. Yet another miserable and frustrating time to hold.
nocents
21/10/2020
17:05
Singularly the most frustrating share in my portfolio. Cash looks good. Trading looks good. Geography and government looks good. Does nothing for a year. Luckily I bought equal numbers of txp and trin so portfolio looking great Hoping for money back at 12p plus. Let's see.
glennborthwick
21/10/2020
10:49
You only need look at the outflows from UK equity funds over the past few months. Most funds have to raise cash and will sell when and where there is liquidity almost regardless.
slicethepie
20/10/2020
22:38
Interesting share price. WTI $41.2 $21 above breakeven No SPT No debt Minimal capex as no drilling. $22m in hand High cash generation due for Q4. EOI for Jubilee. Risked Nav and broker target excluding contingent TGAL at 32p!! And share price is at 8.2p?? MM’s=mushroom munchers Where is the true value reflected in today’s Macdonalds fast-food market?
nocents
20/10/2020
10:13
I've been told many times my ramping will not affect the share price. So therefore not will any other comments
aimmafia
20/10/2020
08:13
MM will take 250k shares, could be an interesting day.
mark10101
20/10/2020
07:48
Need to work on your subtlety AM but all in all good deramping. The "surely" wrecked it everyone uses that line.
bad gateway
20/10/2020
07:31
I suspect the mms will try and visit 7.9 today if there are plenty of sells, but I think this will get bought up. It can't go into the 7s surely
aimmafia
19/10/2020
23:23
I have the suspicion that some people want to free up some cash for acquisitions or security. To see BP at £2.04 today was quite something. There are other very attractive stocks out there and also the prospect of holding cash and awaiting volatility. Long term holders are few and far between in this fickle market. Sells today are just normal liberations and expressions of some peoples’ impatience or cashing in on a share which fell to 5.5p and they do not understand its potential. Such are investors and such is the market. Huge amount owned by institutions here and the BOD. Very uncommonin. Today was just expressions of many different reasons for selling...not necessarily anything to do with Trin..just taking profits and moving on. More that go the better. They would only be leaving at the drop of a hat anyway .
nocents
19/10/2020
23:13
Thanks All done
nocents
19/10/2020
22:25
Nocents, meant to say it before but ADVFN let’s you edit posts. Click the edit button in your post header.
mark10101
19/10/2020
22:14
Nocents, high volume day with 2m marked as sells with only 200k as buys. As you say could spring well and truly coiled. Let’s see what tomorrow brings.
mark10101
19/10/2020
21:58
The fact they were happy to take 2 lots of £22k from me in dummy trades says the same. This stock is a sprung coil but will have to wait for whenever the catch is released. All is not what it seemed today.
nocents
19/10/2020
20:13
HH, very gracious of you (naive?). I know people who have had a hard time in their life and they didn't resort to the outrageous , self pitying, vicious, nonsense that we saw on the other bb. He has either bought a fair number or the upturn in TRIN's prospects has left him rather isolated.....either way it's up to you. On the issue of TRIN, their prospects have improved fairly dramatically in the very recent past. The SPT issue is obviously very good but the offshore east coast asset farm out is now a major and immediate factor in evaluating the NEAR TERM prospects. They are now making noises about the west coast which they were going to sell(had sold!!) for $4.5m three years ago.......they wouldn't sell it for that now but they were very strapped for cash. This was long before my time but when the deal fell through they had to raise cash and raise it quick. Jubilee, farm out TGAL, SCADA, west coast development.....lots of cash with possibly lots more to come.
pavey ark
19/10/2020
19:12
The fact they would take a very nice chunk of my holding into the close and the fact we closed perfectly on the ascending wedge support gives me reason to be cheerful from a technical perspective. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
mark10101
19/10/2020
18:58
At the risk of troll-baiting...very likely...I’m interested in why today’s trading was the way it was. Trin has never been in a better position since refinancing!!
nocents
19/10/2020
17:50
The fact they would take a very nice chunk of my holding into the close and the fact we closed perfectly on the ascending wedge support gives me reason to be cheerful from a technical perspective. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
mark10101
19/10/2020
17:24
It’s been a difficult year for most of us and nocents’ appears to have been no exception (he’s previously described how he and his family had the coronavirus). Whilst I’ve found many of his posts earlier in the year difficult to stomach (there was a point when I, briefly, decided not to post anymore on the other thread), he remains an investor in Trinity and in recent weeks his positivity towards the company has returned. In any event, this isn’t the “bickering thread” and I’m sure we’ll be better off here if we concentrate on the positive reasons to invest in Trinity. I’m sure that we can all agree that the share price performance has been disappointing and the current price isn’t where we’d like it to be (although at the same time we have to recognise that if the market perfectly valued companies we wouldn’t be able to make extraordinary profits by investing in undervalued companies), but hopefully we can also agree that Trinity has real value: it has cash, producing assets that are generating more cash and will do so even if oil prices remain low, credible and substantial expansion plans (that are being implemented in the near future), directors who (together with their families and friends) own 40% of the company, and it operates in a stable country; it’s not a shell company that’s raised a couple of million to drill one well in the middle of nowhere that may or may not have some oil in, run by directors with no shares who get paid well if there’s no oil and who take millions if there is. I think the share price will come good (Cenkos values it’s producing assets at 31p and that doesn’t include Galeato or new reserves from existing fields) and if the market doesn’t recognise that value before too long (I don’t mean days, weeks or months - although I’d be more than happy to buy shares one day and see them double the next, successful investing usually takes much longer), someone else will and Trinity will become a takeover target.
hamiltonhill
19/10/2020
16:11
I give it 3-4 working days before the slanderous comments towards the BOD and new investor repellent gets to work
aimmafia
19/10/2020
15:27
Aimmf, perhaps Nocents is today’s seller, he can take no more and so has moved on elsewhere. Very wishful thinking!
nafafa
19/10/2020
15:18
I will be surprised if the buying price gets much better than it is this afternoon. Having made a handsome profit on TXP I sold a chunk last week and have now topped up on Trin. Hope it proves to be a shrewd move, time will tell.
nafafa
19/10/2020
14:46
I am not saying that the share price will rocket but given the situation with TRIN there are many very recent developments that must be taken into account. It is just not sensible to assess the value of a company or more importantly the future value on a spate of selling that is certainly not based on recent developments or any valued judgements. People selling now are working to a far different set of criteria and they may have the right idea but it is wrong to confuse their actions with the long term prospects for the company. Just to set out my position...if anyone cares: I bought on the way down so as is my practice I intended to sell on the way up (50k here 100k there)and I started at 9.5p but that has stopped. BD recently pointed out that he saw the share placing price (15p) as their fist target and I agree with that ( oh, he will be pleased !!). I have a few of these but don't really intend to sell below 15p and even at that it will be gradual.
pavey ark
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