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Firstly am aware that at the moment am a random stranger but am a futures trader of 34 years (not a make believe youtube one like our Soi 6 friend ) and in addition hold decent portfolio of stocks mainly British Oilers and Energy stocks. I'm quite successful. If guys are interested am happy to put up the occasional share tip. They will be few and far between though. Any stock I suggest I will already be invested or about to.

I absolutely wont ramp a stock on a pump and dump basis I make that clear.  If theres positive feedback to OP I will pop up 1 or 2 but only if there is interest obviously

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What I will do is give an approximate hold time and update share price every month or so in the interim

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I am "playing" little bit the NYSE, very amateurish and never touched things like options or futures. Not a trader, more like a medium / long term investor.

Nothing on any European stock market because of tax reasons. Played a bit the HKG market, but not easy to do it seriously due to lack on general info in English. But I do know a few basics.

 

 

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Few people have shown slight interest so try this one

UK Oil & Gas Investments (ukog)

Ukog are the company who own a large stake in the "Gatwick Gusher" oil find near Londons 2nd airport. The SP has had a turbulent time the last couple years with both good and disappointing news hitting the company but the signs are that they are on the cusp of something big with the already signalled "commercial" status of the well at Horse Hill

Currently undergoing an extended well test and sending daily around 3 tankers of crude to the refinary in Fawley. Approval has been already granted for drilling a 4 well octopus pad at Horse Hill (likely in April) in addition to the existing well with a full production licence having been applied for and expected granted in 2019.

Because approval has now been given for the extension of the existing well test its anticipated that oil revenues will continue daily until full production licence is granted. There are other areas for which ukog hold licences currently which if successful will make ukog the biggest onshore oil producer after Wytch farm oil field in the uk

This is not a share for widows and orphans. In my opinion there is very little downside from the current share price of 1.68p (thats pennies) because of the commercial status already assigned but as with all AIM stocks it carries risks obviously

I currently own 596,000 shares with an average price of 1.54p for clarity

This is a 12 months minimum hold. Plenty more info if you google the company and read up on the RNS reports

 

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For what its worth etc

Shadow Trader gives his opinion for next week -

 

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46 minutes ago, Baldylocks said:

Wish I knew how to have a dabble.

I'd recommend Hargreaves Landsdown as a broker probably the biggest in the country as a starting point. Not the cheapest but for the few pounds extra dealing costs you get the best in my opinion. Was and has been a FTSE 100 company for an extensive time

https://www.hl.co.uk/

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9 minutes ago, RR007 said:

I'd recommend Hargreaves Landsdown as a broker probably the biggest in the country as a starting point. Not the cheapest but for the few pounds extra dealing costs you get the best in my opinion. Was and has been a FTSE 100 company for an extensive time

https://www.hl.co.uk/

I now have an account, thanks.

 

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11 hours ago, Baldylocks said:

Wish I knew how to have a dabble.

Two suggestions and 1 Caution -

1) Consider Index Funds or Exchange Traded Funds (ETF's) rather then individual stocks. You do need to do your homework though on these - look for low cost reputable ETF's that invest in actuals rather then paper.

But more broadly you should come up with a broad plan covering the how, what, when etc.

It sounds a bit daunting initially but also reveals the type of things you should know before committing your hard earnt to the markets. Stuff like how will you measure success or failure. at what point will you say I got this one wrong and sell?

You might want to have a look at some article on the following site. I have no association with them just have been on their email list for some years -

http://www.alphaim.net/

This is a recent article -

http://www.alphaim.net/power_newsletter.html

2) Have a good look around here - Plenty of free article etc

https://stockcharts.com/articles/

Take your time, think about it ?

The caution ? - Consider where we are in the current economic cycle, plenty of Economic Clocks and articles around.

Attached is one from Brit, James Montier from GMO a Boston-based fund manager with $US99 billion in funds under management,  co-founded by highly regarded veteran Jeremy Grantham (another Brit with US citzenship I think).

The article is titled - Late Cycle Lament: The Dual Economy, Minsky Moments, and Other Concerns

Finally I'm just pointing you to general ideas etc nothing more - its up to you

BTW a google Finance link to that Energy referred to by the OP -

https://www.google.com/search?tbm=fin&ei=OJlgXJG4KcHnvASkvb2oDw&stick=H4sIAAAAAAAAAONgecRozi3w8sc9YSm9SWtOXmPU4OIKzsgvd80rySypFJLiYoOyBKT4uHj00_UNK3OMMyxLijJ4AAkYMKg8AAAA&q=LON%3A+UKOG&oq=LON%3A+UKOG&gs_l=finance-immersive.1.0.81i8k1.16280.16280.0.17964.1.1.0.0.0.0.167.167.0j1.1.0....0...1c.2.64.finance-immersive..0.1.166....0.maYMNSSL9-M#scso=_S5lgXMm1JIr_vgT_7IAI2:0

Good luck - please do your homework and preparation carefully.

 

 

 

GMO the-late-cycle-lament-minsky-moments-&-other.pdf

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My portfolio of mainly high tech stocks had a great run into 2018, then tanked 2nd half of last year but has mostly recovered only 1,5 months into this year. 

Always interested in a good tip, especially outside of my field, cheers. 

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On 2/10/2019 at 10:48 AM, RR007 said:

Few people have shown slight interest so try this one

UK Oil & Gas Investments (ukog)

Ukog are the company who own a large stake in the "Gatwick Gusher" oil find near Londons 2nd airport. The SP has had a turbulent time the last couple years with both good and disappointing news hitting the company but the signs are that they are on the cusp of something big with the already signalled "commercial" status of the well at Horse Hill

Currently undergoing an extended well test and sending daily around 3 tankers of crude to the refinary in Fawley. Approval has been already granted for drilling a 4 well octopus pad at Horse Hill (likely in April) in addition to the existing well with a full production licence having been applied for and expected granted in 2019.

Because approval has now been given for the extension of the existing well test its anticipated that oil revenues will continue daily until full production licence is granted. There are other areas for which ukog hold licences currently which if successful will make ukog the biggest onshore oil producer after Wytch farm oil field in the uk

This is not a share for widows and orphans. In my opinion there is very little downside from the current share price of 1.68p (thats pennies) because of the commercial status already assigned but as with all AIM stocks it carries risks obviously

I currently own 596,000 shares with an average price of 1.54p for clarity

This is a 12 months minimum hold. Plenty more info if you google the company and read up on the RNS reports

 

Is it correct their shares were well over 100 GBP per share around 2004? 

Looks a good tip given recent bull run, assuming it's not too late of course, so what would you say the target is?

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No the shares have never been £100. That price is pennies at 1.78 and not £1.78 just for clarity I may not have made that clear previously

Rose a little yesterday. As regards a target 4p will be my first top slice. Target time 1 year but I'd be very surprised if thats not hit before the Autumn of 2019 because of the sheer number of projects they are involved in

Not sure about that second graph as the header for UKOG indicates founded in 2013 in current set up

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17 hours ago, RR007 said:

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No the shares have never been £100. That price is pennies at 1.78 and not £1.78 just for clarity I may not have made that clear previously

Rose a little yesterday. As regards a target 4p will be my first top slice. Target time 1 year but I'd be very surprised if thats not hit before the Autumn of 2019 because of the sheer number of projects they are involved in

Not sure about that second graph as the header for UKOG indicates founded in 2013 in current set up

ukog.png

Ok so they must have been a quid then?

The 1st graph shows the full chart from IPO until now. The second graph shows the last 6 months. 

They're standard graphs from Google for the stock UKOG. 

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4 hours ago, Esco said:

Ok so they must have been a quid then?

The 1st graph shows the full chart from IPO until now. The second graph shows the last 6 months. 

They're standard graphs from Google for the stock UKOG. 

Esco it would appear that prior to 2013 they were known as someone else and not in the oil business whatsoever and seem to have reinvented themselves in winter of 2013

Am not denying what the graph says as such. Important relevant stuff to this thread from this link onwards

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UK_Oil_and_Gas

 

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