What matters to the buyer in the end is the cash flow generated by Equal assets, the next few weeks will be crucial for the company as buyers adjust their price decks to estimate future cash flows.
At this point of the process the stock price is less relevant - not that it is not important- but it is less important than having rising energy prices, no matter where the share price is, a buyer will look at the underlying commodity first when establishing a valuation for Equal proprieties.
As I have indicated in the past, Equal has a large portfolio of assets, thus even if a complete buyout is not achieved, there will be at least a partial divestiture and a restructuring that will have a major impact on the stock price.
The stock continue to trade at very attractive levels and as energy prices rebound, the review advances and the stock declines, the reward/risk ratio is increasingly skewing to the upside.
Nawar.......I've read through your in depth analysis on this company and found this to be a VERY interesting opportunity with this strategic review. Thanks for your work. REALLY sorry you've attracted a nut case stalker.
Why not fogus on you,nawar.Why delete your SA article on this board?
Can we focus on one of your other threads
"Equal Energy violating disclosure rules"
Do you have anything to add about this? Did you report this? That thread was just more bashing for lower prices and you got it!imo Nice Job. When will you be deleting that thread? Soon? Better continue to cover up your trail.imo