Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
UK Oil & Gas LSE:UKOG London Ordinary Share GB00B9MRZS43 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +3.42% 3.025p 2.95p 3.10p 3.025p 2.875p 2.925p 25,704,867 16:21:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 0.2 -2.0 -0.1 - 110.96

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17/2/2018
08:20
UK Oil & Gas Daily Update: UK Oil & Gas is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UKOG. The last closing price for UK Oil & Gas was 2.93p.
UK Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 2.85p and a 12 week average price of 2.68p.
The 1 year high share price is 11p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.83p.
There are currently 3,668,067,032 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 25,416,585 shares. The market capitalisation of UK Oil & Gas is £110,959,027.72.
15/2/2018
13:56
4691jack: Gizmo (with the Z), last night when you came with the advice "calm down, calm down" was it for ME or for the UKOG share price? The latter seems to have taken you advice, it has Calmed DOWN !!! QED
13/2/2018
11:00
nocrap: my theory and backed up with a post today on lse explains why the stock moves as it does, aim investors in stocks with no institutes means pis are impatient hence the erratic share price movement over last 12 months.up then down almost as fast. but never ever holds!!! institutes dont sell up, they hold if they see the companies they own becoming £2 or £3 billion pound companies from say a £400 mill one.that may take 5 years, they hold. ukog has no profits etc , so traders used the billions of barrels oil in place hype story to promote it, they couldnt wait to find out ukog profits, results, from ukog so bolted to next ramped nanaocap. why are pis so impatient but institutes are patient, simply due to education. i assure you very few folk here read moneywise, subscribe to shares magazine, investors chronical or even understand the website details in 4-traders( superb website for traders and investors) let alone understand what an increase in interest rates will do to the stock market returns. and the damage it can do to stocks that need loans to expand, eg factories, mining, oil, gas, capital expensive. and why stocks that are desktop are the future winners, low or no debt, tiny expenses for huge ROCE.huge target market. also why are the top 5 chatted stocks on lse non earning microcap miners.impatience and lack of investing education by investors, so very very true. basically if you buy ukog or other stocks like this you wont see a stable stock price climb, you will see pis bolt and run or buy in for a few days then bolt again.based on emotion and the lack of ablity to understand a financial statement of the company be it earnings per share, ROCE, profits, revenue, increases, director dealings, bought or sold, main institutional owners, strengths and weaknesses of ukog and the oil industry.
02/2/2018
20:10
nocrap: market cap and free float are important, a small free float causes rapid rise and fall in share price, the price of each share is lesser important, small free float usually means the shares are higher eg in pounds, look at some larger mid cap stocks, they dont have 3.6 billion shares if say ukog was a £100 mill cap with £3 pounds a share watch the big traders disappear, its very hard to trade a stock with a large amount of cash ,few shares free float without spooking the share price. eg JOG stock when a stock price becomes too big eg £50 pounds a share a stock will do share splits to eg double the amount of shares but market cap remains the same , this allows poorer pis to be able to buy more shares, rather than less.it is also a subtle reason for share growth, wal mart had numerous share splits over the years, investors are wating for google or amazon to split its number of shares.!! imo ukog was targeted by big buyers, who can just as easily sell, due the huge free float IMO. the more shares you issue the more dilution, thats why it is far harder for hurricane energy ,siruis minerals to make big fast moves, twice as much shares now in both, IMO huge free float, huge number of shares, penny odd per share, attracts poorer pi investors, thus they buy and sell on emotion very very quickly !! they arent buy and hold institutes
28/1/2018
01:34
nocrap: if you say compare hurricane energy which has been on the go since 2004 it has taken it 14 yrs and still is in aim market with billions of shares with no proper revenue or any profits or dividends ukog has been drilling the weald for only 2 yrs plus , it will be years before anything major happens to seriously do any significant rise, there is just far far too many shares 3.6 billion and counting. if you look back to dana petroleum it started at 6.5p and was sold out at £18 pounds, it took 15 yrs to do it and it had a tiny free float. and oil price was at its highest ever. the prob with ukog it is in the market at the wrong time and has far too many shares also, dana petroleum, sold when oil was $140 a barell, oil wont get to that price ever again soon say professionals. folk here comment on the share price every 15 minutes, do you honestly think they will wait 15 yrs !!!! you should be looking out for and owning stocks or trusts where the directors have a huge stake in the business and hold for that sort of time period, not looking at stocks owned by serial rampers and dumper david lenigas type of mining stocks, he sold out of ukog and others after short periods, i refuse to listen to anything he says or promotes or tweets about !! which also leads to the lack of ownership by stevie, regardless of his closed period chat, he has had over 2 yrs to buy, most good directors own shares from the very start and hold for years and years investors here are short term hype traders and will move on to the next oil, gas, gold story, i seen it in sound energy, echo energy, metal tiger, and greatland gold etc, what hype stock next you may ask. apprentices of david lenigas mentality. if you want really serious gains imo own either computer/AI tech or biotech/cutting edge pharma stocks, these are the only future industries that can go mega huge !! an interview with buffett recently he said if he was starting all over again as a young man today he would own tech stocks only. the prob we have today is most great stocks are 70% owned by institutes compared to 30% pis, that was the opposite when buffett was younger, that means these instititues have the buying and holding power, but when its all pi owned, eg in ukog . it means a few wealthy traders can pump and dump an aim stock easily. as we have seen here, via the large individual buys followed by the sells of exactly the same number of shares, short term manipulation. the trend now is to combine tech with pharma using high speed computing power and AI, this hasnt happened before due to the limits on the processing power of the chips,but it is now available. i know of some unicorns to own, but they dont list on aim they are only available via venture capitalists which i am shareholder in. this means they are so illiquid that they cant be pumped or dumped and only go for sale to you guys yrs later for billions of pounds. via an IPO aim market isnt the way to do it, it never has been the right way to hugely compound over time too much pump and dump, too many traders own aim stocks, and the traders with the most money decide to move the stock up or down, you just cant win on aim imo. ,But the trend today is low capital costs businesses, that can scale up hugely , not old,gas, gold, fertiliser, mining, steel, oil heavy machinery businesses that need huge amounts of capital. not on aim, these capital light businesses can compound their sales very very quickly. the way you see eg spotify, dropbox and netflix grow so fast.no need for planning licences, or millions of £s of capital, green protestors,etc, no hassles,( no crazy discussions about a strip of tarmac or swampies !!) just massive scale up and scale up fast. thats the only way to truly compound your money, not via aim mining stocks, that is an outdated method and rarely works anymore, businesses have moved on, and the requirement for millions upfront isnt needed and they raise smaller amounts via venture capitalists, business angels, the other problem i see especially on LSE is it seems most investors get their stock research from whatever is the most chatted stock and they assume it must be one of the best stocks in the world, tonight on lse they are congratulating themselves for having 400 posts, ( 380 posts of long and strong, 20 posts of any decent analysis of the stock market workings) IMO. what this means they never get to hunt down and research world leading companies and future world leading stocks, they have to get away from the top 5 stocks chatted about on chatrooms, ( mostly jam tommorow miners) and get away from motley fool , twitter, proactive investors. they need to read forbes, trustnet, city wire, the financial times ,money observer websites etc,instead. the best future stocks imo are the ones noone has heard of yet and they arent in chatrooms TBH. and the stocks that dont go up and down madly are also the quietest chatted stocks. read up on betting against beta, how fast moving hype stocks rise and then crash, destroying any decent compounding gains. how many times have you seen a poster on chatrooms say, dont spike, please dont spike, slowly slowy catch the monkey, lots i have!!. folk hate stocks that spike and crash, it ruins any steady gains. whilst low beta smoothly rising stocks with some leverage applied, produce the better returns, they are not as popular with investors hence dont spike, and tend to be undervalued also !!! that was buffetts secret he looked for low beta great businesses on sale and used other peoples money, eg the premiums from geico insurance business he owned to leverage by a factor of 1.6 to 2. what happens today is fund managers try to outperform the index so they load up on spikey growth stocks cos funds cant leverage and need to keep cash for redemptions of sellers. this hurts their gains. BUT investment trusts dont have those 2 problems as the share price is based on underlying assets value hence sellers redemption of the trust doesnt affect the assets price of the stocks owned !!!and they can leverage. to.!! I hope to not see snide comments about this post as it has been factual to the best of my knowledge and eye opening!!. thankyou
24/1/2018
10:24
nocrap: think i will have to go for a lie down, this ukog share price rise is over exciting. thats after i check on my grown ups stocks, to see how many more £billions they are worth. dum de dum de dum
22/1/2018
20:31
nocrap: trapped monk , I was off this board most of the day, no i dont give seminars lol, but i read an awful amount concerning businesses and the workings of the stock market. i also study what makes a profitable stock, what makes a stock a buy and hold, what industries are the future and growing. why some companies create moats, why some companies become monopolies, but my biggest concern is manipulation of a share. this isnt about misleading lies about profit or pension liabiliies eg carillion or cloudtag. its more about what moves a stock, is it institutes or pi traders. yes biggest institutes can move a share price in a multicap if they want, the only way to win is hold long term as the fund managers play it off daily with their buying in and selling up. eg 8% up, then 2% down, then 8% up, then 2% down for years and years. but in nanocap stocks its the power a few big traders have power to move this share price that concerns me, they can move it up or down as they choose imo. a few dozen buyers pi guys buying a couple thousand quid has no power against some few big traders holding millions of shares and constantly dumping them on any rise on a date they choose. they can do the same with buying in. of course the second worry is how much 1c oil reserves does ukog have and what are the flow rates. THE THIRD worry noone has said is WHAT HAPPENS after the flow rates, what next to the share price and if any production of any oil,timescale and costs thats when the sell off starts,imo, no more news, the traders have ridden the story and off for a new story. thats why ftse 250 and ftse100 stocks keep rising, they arent news or hype driven, they are driven by the companies profits and dividends growth. thats why imo you just CANNOT hold aim minnows with no real earnings long term,, it will be more ups and downs, more sell on news that you can keep up with. eg sirius minerals has made no share price profit in 5 yrs,its down overall 15%, its been up and down like crazy, more and more dilution, more convertible bonds. where as even the most basic pensioner no financial knowledge in the stock market, eg owns say a japanese equity fund is up over 300%, you could have placed £100000 and fell asleep for 5 yrs and be in the money. and japanese stocks has a long way still to go imo. sometimes, eg most times, you just have to walk away from aim and aim minnows unless you are the big money traders that are the ones controlling the share movements !!! imo.
20/1/2018
17:15
nocrap: Balldeap we had that chat last week.no thanks. What else is multi and more likely than ukog share price Multipack of maltesers no.multi speed vib.yes Just what all good ladies need. Shall I invest balldeap in vib industry. Seems like its all buzzing in that industry lol.
18/1/2018
15:09
nocrap: why do folk post so much about driveways and fail to discusss the 1c proven oil reserves which ultimately decide ukog share price. why do they discuss flags, viewing platforms, ignorance perhaps..???
08/1/2018
14:46
4691jack: Nice to see that the UKOG Share Price SEESAW is still fully functional! Looks like it's gonna be that way for some time.
08/1/2018
11:36
nocrap: thats not how it works make a lot or lose a little, its what causes it to make money and what causes it to KEEP THE money. you can make more returns with your eyes shut in better profitable stocks, how is that cos they dont collapse.they keep rising and rising and rising. why is ukog share price almost the same as it was 2 and half years ago, do you expect it to keep rising for next 5 yrs. and if not why not. im all for risky companies, new outfits with new unique, products, BUT im not for new companies that CANT HOLD their gains, why, its being pumped and dumped. hence it isnt a gaamble, its manipulation of the share price. do you want to hold a stock like that.
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