Does anyone know what happened in July 2013 when the price fell from 37 to 30.
Now the stock fell from 30 to 20.
On the surface I like the dividend and thinking that this is a short term drop in share price. 40 something to 30 something and now to 20 doesn't seen like short term regardless of the price of oil
I am in at 21.70 and liked the idea of collecting a dividend while this being a possible growth stock back to 30. I think instead I am just passing through. I will hope we spike up to 22 so i can bail.
GLTA and Happy Thanksgiving
hopefully the stock price will start to go higher by then.
With all the good stuff the share price should be going up.
Why would RF give 2 million knowing no contracts would be signed. Giving that much money and being in the position to knowing where IVAN stands in regards to contract negotiations, either it's not over yet or something must have happened to seriously kill the contracts
Not any more. They reduced their dividend from .16 to .135. A whopping 15.6% cut. I was hoping we would get through the year and not have a special end of year dividend.
Got to admit it was a good ride with high expectations with so many failed anticipations and expectations.
Started for me in December 2012 when AES? was to make a decision on Tamarack only to disclose completeness of application has been accepted and continued statements of concern remain open. Each quarter along the timeline was always something to anticipate ending in delays. The latest Q1 2015 anticipation/expectation is too far away sending the stock price lower. Even if there is a small contract signed, it may not be enough for shareholders to recover.
Tax loss selling will begin and lower oil prices will end the need for Ivanhoe energy. Who knows, we may wake up one day, and IVAN has signed contracts becoming very successful
i agree inept and bad luck. I also agree RF will continue to add cash. I have to believe that he knows more than any of us otherwise he would cease operations and save his money. Knowing that contracts are about to be signed and business will turnaround he will continue carrying the company.
The company is not aware of any specific factors, other than information previously disclosed in its public filings, news releases or statements, which would result in the levels of trading activity and change in the share price.
Does anyone think that November is the month for news.
Do you think we will hear of any feedback to the AER from CAPP steering committee that was anticipated to be delivered near the end of the third quarter. How long does feedback take. We would be fired if we missed as many anticipated goals as IVAN does.
Knowing Ecuador contracts is complicated, do you think we will hear any progress.
Is this any different than their quarterly earnings announcement? Does anyone expect any significant information from this? Do you expect the share price to react and move because of this meeting?
Thanks in advance for your input
I expected a better reaction today. Hopefully the boat news will jump start the share price
Marketwired - Oct 22, 2014
Nautilus Minerals Inc. announces that the Company has satisfied the first of the two conditions precedent to its agreement with the nominee of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea (the "State") to secure certain intellectual property rights.
In May 2014, the Company announced that following the State nominee, Eda Kopa (Solwara) Limited, paying US$113 million into escrow for its 15% interest in the Solwara 1 Project up to first production, Nautilus was to secure for the State's nominee certain intellectual property rights and the charter of a Production Support Vessel in order for the escrowed funds to be released.
Mike Johnston, the Company's CEO commented, "Nautilus is pleased it has satisfied the first of the conditions precedent by securing the intellectual property rights required by the State and is now one step closer to securing the release of the escrowed funds. Discussions remain on track with potential vessel partners to obtain a suitable vessel arrangement within the timeframe required under the agreement, which will see the funds released from escrow."
A senior Technical Executive from Ivanhoe will sit on the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producer's (CAPP) steering committee. Feedback to the AER from this steering committee is anticipated to be delivered near the end of the third quarter.