Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victoria Oil & Gas LSE:VOG London Ordinary Share GB00BRWR3752 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.675p -2.18% 30.225p 30.05p 30.45p 30.65p 30.20p 30.45p 88,687 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 26.5 -24.3 -23.3 - 43.84

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/6/2018
19:12
Nearly there, just a little bit longer. Great price to buy more. Pile in and let VOG make you rich for obvious reasons. NB: Ignore the pond life
paranoiabluedr
21/6/2018
18:15
Spoiler alert!
sleveen
21/6/2018
17:24
We could also have Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. Starring FOO as the Instrument of Destruction of shareholders wealth. And the mystery of, where has all the money gone.
peterpowell21
21/6/2018
17:05
Here's how it should be done: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_mBUaPsX6o
sleveen
21/6/2018
16:54
6 Scott calling Ahmet
sleveen
21/6/2018
16:19
Markettimer i have posted these numbers on here before and been call a liar for doing so. But it seems a few are very happy the way things have gone here over the years. Share holder decimation, while foo has had wealth creation.
peterpowell21
21/6/2018
14:46
Good work.
dianecarberry
21/6/2018
14:40
I stand corrected big head.
dianecarberry
21/6/2018
14:13
dianecarberry I would suggest that you research your facts more carefully before posting them as it was changed from 10% to 5% Members' power to require directors to call general meetings (sec303 - sec304) The directors must call a general meeting if so requested by the holders of 5% of the voting shares (or 5% of the voting rights if there are no shares). (The figure was reduced from 10% to 5% by the Companies (Shareholders' Rights) Regulations 2009 (S.I. 2009/1632), reg. 4(2). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ "What is important is that the group is able to prove how much support we have as it appears as if we would have more than 5% of the entire share capital of VOG and are therefore in a position to ask the Board to convene an EGM." Markettimer I think you will find it is 10% to get an EGM together. "It is also possible under Section 132 of the Companies Act 1963 for any member of the company who holds 10% of the voting shares to request that an EGM is called."
markettimer
21/6/2018
12:36
"What is important is that the group is able to prove how much support we have as it appears as if we would have more than 5% of the entire share capital of VOG and are therefore in a position to ask the Board to convene an EGM." Markettimer I think you will find it is 10% to get an EGM together. "It is also possible under Section 132 of the Companies Act 1963 for any member of the company who holds 10% of the voting shares to request that an EGM is called."
dianecarberry
21/6/2018
09:44
markettimer the share price was never £109.60, no one ever bought a vog share for £109.60 and you correctly state the highest price was 274p, I appreciate the effects of dilution and consolidation though but its irrelevant going forward, if the "investor group" wants to be taken seriously it needs to focus on relevant issues, you cannot undo the past and unless you've evidence of criminality there's nothing to gain by jumping on a soap box about the past.
fatnacker
21/6/2018
08:27
I should add that the actual highest price traded on the LSE was 274p which is the 10,960p divided by 40 as there was a forty for one share consolidation on November 2014. Due to the share consolidation in order to make valid comparison in yesterdays closing price of 30.90p it is necessary to divide it by 40 to arrive at 0.7725p and then compare that to the all time high of 274p. It is quite staggering that if you had of bought 1,000 shares at the all time high of 274p then you would have paid £2,740 and at yesterdays closing share price of 30.90p your investment would be worth £7.725 which is a loss of 99.72% of your initial investment. I stand by comment that I would classify that as long term share holders suffering? It is very severe share holder wealth decimation by any standards. mt
markettimer
21/6/2018
08:26
I had added banjomick to my filter list so had not seen his post but someone e-mailed it to me so I I thought I had provide evidence to prove my statement was correct. I used yahoo finance to download the daily share prices of VOG from the 21st June 2004 up to 20th June 2018 and then I sorted the share price from high to low and the data was as follows: Date Open High Low Close Adj Close Volume 15/02/2006 10300 10960 10172 10640 10640 80693 26/01/2016 25.790001 26.645 25.542 26 26 113752 It is clear to see above that the lowest high price VOG ever traded at was 26.645 and the highest high was 10,960p Banjomick as lesson of life to you, if you are going to post comments stating that what I have posted is not true and that I am scaremongering then at least do some research to prove that my statements are untrue before you do so. I incorrectly stated that the all time high was £104 pound and this was an understatement as it was actually £109.60. Banjomick I have attached a link as proof should you wish to try and counter what I have said. http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/quote/VOG.L/history?period1=1087772400&period2=1529535600&interval=1d&filter=history&frequency=1d I have been invested in VOG since 2006 and still have a very large holding so why would I post comments that are not true as the VOG Group is only being set up for the mutual benefit of all shareholders. mt
markettimer
21/6/2018
08:25
I should add that the actual highest price traded on the LSE was 274p which is the 10,960p divided by 40 as there was a forty for one share consolidation on November 2014. Due to the share consolidation in order to make valid comparison in yesterdays closing price of 30.90p it is necessary to divide it by 40 to arrive at 0.7725p and then compare that to the all time high of 274p. It is quite staggering that if you had of bought 1,000 shares at the all time high of 274p then you would have paid £2,740 and at yesterdays closing share price of 30.90p your investment would be worth £7.725 which is a loss of 99.72% of your initial investment. I stand by comment that I would classify that as long term share holders suffering? It is very severe share holder wealth decimation by any standards. mt
markettimer
21/6/2018
08:13
I used yahoo finance to download the daily share prices of VOG from the 21st June 2004 up to 20th June 2018 and then I sorted the share price from high to low and the data was as follows: Date Open High Low Close Adj Close Volume 15/02/2006 10300 10960 10172 10640 10640 80693 26/01/2016 25.790001 26.645 25.542 26 26 113752 It is clear to see above that the lowest high price VOG ever traded at was 26.645 and the highest high was 10,960p Banjomick as lesson of life to you, if you are going to post comments stating that what I have posted is not true and that I am scaremongering then at least do some research to prove that my statements are untrue before you do so. I incorrectly stated that the all time high was £104 pound and this was an understatement as it was actually £109.60. Banjomick I have attached a link as proof should you wish to try and counter what I have said. http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/quote/VOG.L/history?period1=1087772400&period2=1529535600&interval=1d&filter=history&frequency=1d I have been invested in VOG since 2006 and still have a very large holding so why would I post comments that are not true as the VOG Group is only being set up for the mutual benefit of all shareholders. mt
markettimer
21/6/2018
07:25
A secret agent needed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hI7vAclaszc
sleveen
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