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beabaggage 77 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 11, 2014 1:32 PM Member since: Nov 13, 2008
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    Was rather hoping that we bottomed yesterday

    by jsb1949 Jul 11, 2014 11:48 AM
    beabaggage beabaggage Jul 11, 2014 1:32 PM Flag

    oil/ng way down, summer doldrums, cooler weather in ne coming etc. lstmf at 7 is a 6% yield again.. I am sure the 2nd q will be good and maybe some news will drib out soon. I think Canadian ng producers will be better off than US ones as tx/ok can't compete w Marcellus/Utica. more markets for ng in west US from CA. oh well. Bea

  • from July present. on co website-- no real changes but no unpleasant surprises, some good news---2 Haydens wells in Gonzalez County – Successfully drilled and completed and are in the early stages of flowback, still guiding for 6100-6200boe 2nd-3rdq 2014, and capex pretty much done for 2014. mgmt. still buying shares in May, June..

  • no real changes or news from june,stock closed at 3.14CA today on tsx, up into close-- prod guid still at about 6200boe for 2nd-3rdq, some good news, major capex for 2014 done and 2 wells completed in Gonzales Co TX and flowing back! no rate shown. but enuf to maintain guid etc for 2014-2015 at least according to presentation. from presentation...2 Haydens wells in Gonzalez County – Successfully drilled and completed and are in the early stages of flowback. still a spec value hold imo, decent yield for sure

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    added some today

    by jsb1949 Jul 8, 2014 11:28 AM
    beabaggage beabaggage Jul 8, 2014 11:59 AM Flag

    I think it could test $7US soon.. just on technicals- flush out the few remaining long term holders who want to sell.. some others who got in at $5-6 might panic and lock in profits... most analysts still bullish on stock in CA, funds bullish on energy, energy in general and LSTMF underowned by funds, they could be buyers as well. I would add at $7 for the 6% yield and undervalued assets. Sold some at 8.25, I was way up on a 12/2013 purchase and the stock seemed ahead of itself technically. Oil/NG also had big run up, summer selloff now, should stabilize soon. If they keep cleaning co. debt/non-core assets up, it seems a juicy takeover spec as well. long term buy for sure. Bea

    Sentiment: Buy

  • soros pushing PVA sale, argent's ef acres right next to pva's could be positive since buyout or takeover of argent for ef as tuck in acquisition to a PVA acquirer would be cheap now for sure. a lot of minor positives adding up here slow and steady climb from decimating lows w 8% yield while things sort out.

  • beabaggage beabaggage Jun 24, 2014 8:03 PM Flag

    ALL TX OIL/NG/NGL big revaluation w admin decision announced tonight, makes the Eagleford acres even more valuable, possible narrowing of WTI/Brent spread. a big plus for argent for sure. from mktwtch.

    Federal officials told two energy companies that they can legally export a kind of ultra-light oil that has become plentiful as drillers tap shale formations across the U.S. With relatively minimal processing, oil shipments could begin as early as August, according to one industry executive involved in the matter.

    Using a process known as a private ruling, the U.S. Commerce Dept.’s Bureau of Industry and Security is allowing Pioneer Natural Resources Co. of Irving, Texas, and Enterprise Products Partners LP of Houston to export ultra-light oil known as condensate to foreign buyers who could turn it into gasoline, jet fuel and diesel.

    Both companies confirmed they had received the rulings.

    Under current rules, companies can export refined fuel, such as gasoline and diesel, but not oil itself. The Administration’s new approach, which hasn’t been publicly announced, redefines some ultra-light oil as fuel after it has been minimally processed, making it eligible for sale abroad

    Sentiment: Buy

  • another positive for NDRO, maybe more drilling expense short term but the value of all oil in north american just got a big bump!! from mktwatch... Bea

    Federal officials have told two energy companies that they can legally export a kind of ultra-light oil that has become plentiful as drillers tap shale formations across the U.S. With relatively minimal processing, oil shipments could begin as early as August, according to one industry executive involved in the matter.

    Using a process known as a private ruling, the U.S. Commerce Dept.’s Bureau of Industry and Security is allowing Pioneer Natural Resources Co. of Irving, Texas, and Enterprise Products Partners LP of Houston to export ultra-light oil known as condensate to foreign buyers who could turn it into gasoline, jet fuel and diesel.

    Both companies confirmed they had received the rulings.

    Under current rules, companies can export refined fuel, such as gasoline and diesel, but not oil itself. The Administration’s new approach, which hasn’t been publicly announced, redefines some ultra-light oil as fuel after it has been minimally processed, making it eligible for sale abroad

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Question????

    by axeminnow Jun 21, 2014 2:06 AM
    beabaggage beabaggage Jun 21, 2014 8:34 PM Flag

    there will be costs from these wells so dist will be uneven at best. I say Pioneer, drill baby drill, they are the premier player, an investment in future production for us who hold long term. I hope they only declare .02 or .03 in a month, it will drive the losers out who don't understand a perpetual trust in it's infancy of prospects and allow me to add. once the wells are drilled and online, the long term capex is minimal and production goes on for quite a while. ala CRT a great perpetual trust and PBT which is seeing some upswing. by buying on dips and w dist my avg cost here is down to under $11.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    3m more pfd-a shares to be sold into the market

    by beabaggage Jun 20, 2014 12:47 PM
    beabaggage beabaggage Jun 21, 2014 8:26 PM Flag

    yes but you still have to pay the preferred divs of now $22mil a year or almost $2m a month. of course preferred is "equity" vs high cost 11% debt when they took over securities America.. it is a good strategy as long as it does not get out of hand and is accretive to the income statement. as a pfd shareholder I am mildly concerned as they keep driving the pfd down from initial issue price of $25 .. but with company profitable and on an upswing, for now am holding my pfd for great current yield of 9%, better than most high yield and bkln funds, they have to use leverage to achieve this.

  • very low rated notes- bonds and leverage to achieve yield.. the big disc to nav is about the only thing attractive about this now. high yield bonds, bkln's , floating rate notes, all seem toppy to me. on my watch list, if rates spike could present a buying opp at some point.

  • supplemental prospectus filed.. so that would mean 11mil total shares outstanding on the pfd a- proceeds to redeem remaining 11% SA debt of about $40m and for general corp purposes. so they are saving interest expense overall-- but maybe getting greedy w all this pfd issuance?? they can issue up to 25mil of these! now up to 11m paying $2/yr or cost to co of about 8%.. as noted... probably use some to buy back shares too.. I hold pfd, not common, amazes me the financial engineering that goes on in these markets w high yield debt in such demand. LTS seems to be benefiting from all these as investment bankers, oxford lane etc new issues.. they probably push it out thru their LTS and SA advisors.. nothing wrong with that as long as the economy is good...

  • so they continue to issue these 8 percent pfds (.1667 monthly- $2yr paid on $25 callable 5/2018 cumulative pfds) so 5m at issue, 3m more sold into the mkt, that is about wrapped up, 3m more to be sold in the market going forward into summer/fall... total 11mil .. supplemental prospectus shows they will use to pay remaining securities America acquisition debt outstanding of about $40m which carries an 11 percent interest rate. so they will save about 1.2m in annual interest using the pfds. the rest of the issue- assuming they get say 21-22sh for it in the market- or about 25mil - wb used for general corp purposes. of course they could use this to buyback stock. so if anyone is wondering why the yield is so high on this vs other high yield debt or unrated financial pfds- it is because they are dumping shares on the market daily.. I dunno, holding mine, certainly not adding. my cost is around current price of $22 so yield is good on my basis.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Good Positioning

    by capeoilbaron Jun 10, 2014 10:28 AM
    beabaggage beabaggage Jun 20, 2014 12:21 PM Flag

    thanx, Bea.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Next Drop Below $8.50 so says the Charts

    by beststocktobuynow Jun 4, 2014 9:05 AM
    beabaggage beabaggage Jun 19, 2014 3:07 PM Flag

    I think it could test new lows at $7, there is no love here. there hasn't been a bank merger in forever, someone should take this out of it's misery and bid $11, clean it up, drive synergies etc. does not seem like interest rates will be rising anytime soon and they need to earn more on their spread as do most banks. KBE index looks like a double top to me.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Reply to

    Good Positioning

    by capeoilbaron Jun 10, 2014 10:28 AM
    beabaggage beabaggage Jun 19, 2014 2:53 PM Flag

    oilly what do you think of the mgmt. changes do you think they will cut the dist as sometimes when mgmt. changes occur, new CEO's like a "clean slate" I guess we'll see... they need scale, they should buy/merge Twinbutte, manitok and spyglass to really confuse investors! lol.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • comprised of income and cap gains.. merger of old dividend major fund which was mostly reits but did have some other non reit assets and RFI which was reits. about a 10% disc to nav at current 12.41sh, no updated portfolio yet on merger of funds. no leverage used, fees

  • no material news, 3rd gas well in s tx done, 2 eagleford wells still being completed, capex done soon for 2014, 6300boe day 2nd-3rd q still projected, no new debt taken on, line of credit still at 160k so bankers must be on board. no new news on asset sales/jv front to pay down debt. looks ok, stable, up nicely today.

  • Reply to

    PPS

    by cashewking05301 Apr 28, 2014 10:17 AM
    beabaggage beabaggage Jun 12, 2014 3:43 PM Flag

    partially Iraq, partially news coming, apparently some non core assets on the market to continue debt clean up prgm. could be as much as $400mil I am reading on stockhse

  • beabaggage beabaggage Jun 11, 2014 2:12 PM Flag

    me too, I am thinking about putting in a limit to buy order for 200sh or so at 21.25 to maybe as high as 21.50 to capture a downdrafts if it occurs and add a little more . currently about 4% of my portfolio and a little more wouldn't hurt, certainly help overall return.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    CEO Elzner buys 20,000 shares on 5/30/14

    by beabaggage Jun 3, 2014 11:58 AM
    beabaggage beabaggage Jun 11, 2014 2:06 PM Flag

    agree, world oil situation is making north American assets very attractive. you can see this with all the sales and acquisitions of land and rights now. I just hope argent does not give away it's eagleford land, while it is on the fringe of the so called best areas, w new fracking methods getting the oil/ng/ngl out should not be a problem. infrastructure is certainly being built out . this should be a very high cash flow quarter for argent as it restructures and refocuses under Elzner and Bovington leadership. those extra barrels they hope to squeeze out of OK/KS etc. at low cost will be helpful as well.

    Sentiment: Buy

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