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Xcite Energy LSE:XEL London Ordinary Share VGG9828A1194 ORD SHS NPV (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.575p 0 01:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -1.69 0.30 5.3 4.9

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20/9/201803:40Xcite Office for sale36
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ramas: XEL bod really should say something regarding the precipitous share price fall BUT the problem is they have nothing to say ... 2 bad decisions when they had control and the outcome would Have been so different... Remember from an oil price standpoint $50 is around the average. Great business plan 15 years out alas not today
simon_self: Caught again, lolololol Liquid Millionaire 21 Nov'14 - 07:47 - 49724 of 51638 4 0 XEL could well be imo a MAJOR share price riser in 2015 mclellan 21 Nov'14 - 07:53 - 49725 of 51638 3 0 I'd certainly hope so, LM. Bentley is a huge field and this price is ridiculous for XEL. but before mclellan 26 Nov'12 - 08:41 - 3097 of 51638 I have been opposing LM's 'rumourmongering' since he started this latest nonsense. I've emailed Dr Teeling about it. ROTFL! CAUGHT RED-HANDED! And rumour has it we need to explore the question, IS BENTLEY STILL COMMERCIAL?
johannsen: It is my opinion that most PIs will be horribly shocked when the consequence of needing farm-in partners, & the equity value that costs, is realised, particularly given the increasingly desperate need of XEL to announce such partnerships. My expectation is that the XEL share price will be c. 35-40p by end Feb 2013, should these alliances be announced by then. The share price is held up by wishful PIs, in a firm with a very high % of PIs. Many are severely underwater already, with no option but to keep buying & ramping hoping for a miracle. Owning the oil is a small victory. The cost of turning it into ready cashflow I suspect will be a shock for PIs. Up until now, this firm has been run with the only real beneficiaries being corporate stakeholders. This will be driven home hard when alliances are announced. The power is VERY much with the dancing partners, & PIs will suffer very badly, in my opinion.
bobsidian: Carla1 Interesting share price pattern for XEL, and one that is all too familiar for those who have been involved with XEL over the course of the last 15 months - a major move higher followed by a sustained share price reverse punctuated by short term counter trend moves. XEL broke above the £1.15 level and has tested the over arching 15 day Simple Moving Average. That moving average capped the upward momentum yesterday. Not so today as the share price was promptly marched higher but only into the £1.22-£1.25 range of resistance developed in October/November 2011. From a technical perspective you would be wanting the share price to move back down and test the supportive nature of the 15 day Simple Moving Average at around £1.16 and the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level at around £1.15. This would appear to be the technical rationale for the share price move since 11.00a.m. today. Interesting to note how the share price has closed directly on the 15 day Simple Moving Average. The uncertainty now may come with the candlestick which has been formed by the share price action of today. The kind of hammer formation developed today has a habit of suggesting the end of a very short term move. But just as the move on 21 September needed to be tested to the downside over the course of succeeding days, so the move of today may need to be tested to the upside to see just how much resistance is offered by the £1.22-£1.25 range. From a positive technical perspective the upside constraint for a further move higher may now be around £1.35 - this marking a continuation of the current level of the downward sloping line drawn through the intraday highs seen in July 2011, February 2012 and more near term the highs of September 2012. From a negative technical perspective if the candlesticks developed over the next couple of days suggest the development of an "advanced block" with the constraining influence being the £1.22-£1.25 range then a retest of the £1 level may be in the offing. All in all, just the kind of technical uncertainty all too often presented to traders to test their near term resolve. But this is just "noise" to those long term investors comfortable with the developing fundamental story that is XEL and quite happy to ride out its short term stomach-churning moves.
bobsidian: carla1 I would certainly not consider myself to be a technical expert on equity markets. There are others who are far more knowledgeable, experienced and adept at interpreting charting patterns and the signals they are capable of giving. As far as XEL is concerned, it is such a volatile share that candlesticks on their own are not enough to stand a chance of divining future share price direction. You really need to view the share price in the context of an array of other technical data which would include key moving averages and Fibonacci retracement levels. However, more often than not the kind of candlestick which was formed on Friday tends to be succeeded by at least one trading session where the share price drifts lower before resumption of the more immediate short term trend. The caveat for XEL is its share price history. There are so many instances with XEL where similar succeeding candlesticks have been formed which have seen the share price rise and then fall or fall and then rise - so many as to render candlesticks too deceptive to be meaningful and decisive indicators for XEL. What is perhaps more important is what happened after the share price spikes of July 2011 and February 2012. And it is the aftermath of those particular histories which is doubtless informing the technical judgement of short sellers. The question for those who adopt a fundamental and bullish perspective is "Is it different this time ?".
wetdream: Comment from 'Hub' on iii re the above article: ---------------------------- 'Why do analysts and the city ignore asset values and instead concentrate on multiples of the share price being fair or not? It beggars belief but lets face it - the city is not what it used to be. The brains went out of it years ago - today's it's replaced by algo's and casino style hedge funds. When a company takes on full asset sale offers - 'VALUE' based on reserves and contingent resources comes into play plus a number of other indicators. The reason why shareholders can expect 3 x or 5 x the value of their current holdings upon an asset sale is more to do with the city's current woeful valuations being employed due to a risk off market and uncertain background. But with oil prices higher than they have been for many years - the end product is what matters most. And oil is not $40pb like it was in the 2009 doom and gloom. It's 3 x that level. Ironically - most sp's today of companies with decent assets are approximately 3 x less lol (see 2007 prices). Cove recently sold for 240p per share. Prior to the sale, the share price was 80p ranges. mmm 300% should not be expected lol! The Cove story gets better especially when showing the city for what it truly is. For instance, when cove first had an approach by Shell and an offer of 190p, the share price had already started to move days before then. In fact, it was nearer 130p. Leaky leaky! When the offer arrived every analyst praised it as a great deal for cove and shareholders should be chuffed. But shareholders (many pi's) knew the offer was cheap. A few weeks later and COVE had an offer of 220p from an indian company. What happened next was just pure day light robbery. The share price raced to 230's on the theory that another counter offer would come from Shell. Then huge wedges got sold off by what looked like hedgefunds and the ii's. Then as if by magic a story popped out of the press that there could be a huge TAX bill from mozambique gov with comparable stories of heritage and Tullow thrown into the mix. The share price dipped to test 180p before slowly recovering to 200p ranges. Google it - you'll find plenty of analysts citing their concerns over the tax issue. Some real pearlers out there on the quotes front. Then unsurprisingly (to some) the tax issue was confirmed as being exactly what COVE had forecast months ago - no change - just the usual 10% or so etc etc. In other words - there was no tax issue - the city made it up. COVE later sold for 240p but did rise to 270's on possible counter offers. So the lesson to be learned here is that analysts will tell you what they want you to hear. The truth is .... in most scenarios, oil companies get sold for similar benchmark values to peers or recent deals. So if KNOC paid round $18pb for Dana, then you can expect similar prices. Sp's have uuck all to do with it. They are just a play thing for whoever has the algo or spread exposure on that stock at any one time. It could be 100p one week and 130p the next. 30% in value can be manipulated by pressing buttons. But when an asset is sold - the price of the asset is agreed and the following share price is then realigned and offered. There is some merit in trying to pitch low ball offers and see if you can get away with it. I think Nautical and Deo both got caught on that one. But Xcite have already created shareholder protection in the form of a ugly tasting pill which double shares in issue should someone try a smash and grab. Beware of analysts and the city in general. Remember that Goldmans (one of the leading players in the markets) called pi's and retail investors 'moopets' (spelling changed as iii don't like the word). Well - pi's are not all moopets and the more games that are played by the city the more transparent their games become. The last two years have been an eye opener for how corruption is very much alive in the city. Dealings with Iran, fiddling libor etc etc. It's an ugly place with no morals. But a shift is taking place imho whereby investors are looking past the broker downgrades, past the small minded analyst notes that fail to stand up to scrutiny. It's a wonder how the FSA continues to award them licences. And to end this post with a little more background on the 'do as I say and not as I do' mantra of the city, try googling stories on indices pullbacks about a week or so ago. The media channels were full off stories about August being a good month and the DOW was due to pull back to 12600 etc etc Goldmans were saying sell equities. (google that one). Then within a week the markets rally the most they have done in weeks. S&P sets 4 year highs etc etc. Mario delivers a big support story that erodes any uncertainty on the eurozone (to some extent). QE3 rumoured to be around the corner. Historically markets always rise in a US election year etc etc. All the good stuff seems to be around the corner yet the media pumps negative stories out there to get a minor pullback going so 'they' can all load up. To many the above is not new. It's knowing the animal that matters most and if you know it then you can live with it. But that doesn't make comments like "shareholders are being warned not to expect a 300% premium" right. It's just another completely misinformed opinion. In a market that is wrongfully discounted - there will always be a correction phase of value coming in first and then a new surge of value added upon the asset sale. As buffet rightfully said - you buy on the company and not the share price. The latter will align itself in time.' ---------------------------------
wendsworth: carla and steve73: Since the RBL this has become a completely different investment prospect. Unfortunately the price for long term holders for XEL to get to that point involved dilution. As you point up Significant Holders are not obliged to divulge . My source is telling me that RBL banks are mopping up shares. Makes sense and if correct demonstrates the strength of the potential going forward. What with positive news expected in a couple of weeks from the EWT, the current strength of the price of Oil, recently announced Tax Incentives for North Sea Oil extractors together with the content of yesterday's RNS ......the XEL share price is heading for a significant re-rating up to the 145 to 150 mark. I'm not convinced of the takeover rumours BUT, if true a move sooner rather than later would seem sensible from a predator's perspective.
wendsworth: pete and mc: This is all about 'timing'. Since the RNS relating to key Board changes the XEL share price has been on an upward curve. I'm told that Andrew Fairclough is a 'shrewd cookie' when it comes to external communications . Don't think it was a coincidence that the Board Changes RNS and the Edison Research Paper bear the same date! His investment Bank background will also be 'key'. It has suited company policy for there to be some 'positive leaks' of late as a stronger market cap will doubtless result in a Farm-in on more preferable terms for investors. As to timing ...'it has to be next week' what I've been told. Apart from the operational update, farm-in etc...there are apparently restrictions imposed in relation to the forthcoming Heavy Oil Conference which takes place in about ten days. I'm not sure what these 'restrictions' are but apparently a company is not not permitted to use the Conference as a means to make a critical corporate announcement.
marauder7: 6 Aug Spencer Freeman ‏@Spencer_Freeman > Last two trading days FTSE 100 is up a total of 152.96p. > Xcite Energy #XEL is up only a total 1.5p even after releasing their Bentley tests. Comparing the growth in pence of the XEL share price with the "pence" change in the FTSE is like trying to add monkeys and albatrosses. It is utter nonsense and madness. Might as well compare the growth in pence of the XEL share price with the volume of methane, in cubic kilometres, farted by cows worldwide in June. Either the author is having a laugh at how gullible people are, or the author is an stupid ignoramus of epic proportions (even making the ignoramuses who regularly post in this thread seem knowledgeable by comparison), or both.
carla1: My Filtered friend lots of research there!! When you going to answer me question YOUR SILENT ON IT !!! Just to remind you I stated XEL share price equates to very nearly asset value and cash in bank EXCLUDING OIL !! YOU SHOUTED ME DOWN AND TRIED TO MAKE A FOOL OF ME,WHO THE FOOL NOW :) OH THE SILENCE !!
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