my bet is on GALT, but good luck to ICPT peoples as well (and of course to INO peoples, of whom I'm one)
great report -- does a nice job capturing the exciting growth trajectory that Sundance has going
with the next leg of growth slated to occur without dilution (unless you think McCrady was lying when he announced that--I certainly don't), the share price looks poised to do very well in the coming months
At 1.19 a share and trending upward, many of us who have been here for 2-3 years are looking at going from doubling our long-term investments, which we've done already (roughly .45 to .55 average for many), to maybe tripling them by the end of the year (in my opinion 1.35 to 1.65 is a reasonable range to expect) -- definitely think newer investors are going to enjoy the ride also
ntc I did actually take a tiny bit of profit today, selling about 4% of my position, but this is only the beginning for this rapidly growing company and I plan to be very much on board for the ride upward in share price over the next few years
It was there long enough for me to buy at .78 (after factoring in fees) and at 1.16 that gives me a 66% gain on my highest-priced position for sdcjf
You claimed at the time that you bought at that level, too (must have slipped your mind), so between you and me along, sounds like there was plenty of buying opportunity for anyone who was ready for it
not bad for a dog stock...woof woof
Close at A$1.26
Should be a new US all-time high in today's trading...we shall see
How is that opportunity back in the .70s a few short months ago looking now? pretty pretty good, I think...
Sounds good, tro, love the taste of some fresh fish. As for the brain part, I'm sure we just need to eat more...
Bought near the recent high two days ago. I'm guessing he likes the growing Eagle Ford acreage and the upcoming dramatic increase in boepd (assuming company meets guidance again, as it did last year and then some). Here's his bio--not exactly some schmoe off the street:
Mr. Henry Weldon Holcombe served as an Executive Vice President of Mid-Continent Region at Petrohawk Energy Corporation before its acquisition by BHP Billiton. Prior to Petrohawk, Mr. Holcombe served in a variety of senior level management, operations and engineering roles for KCS Energy and Exxon. He has over 30 years of extensive US technical, operational and managerial experience in some of the leading unconventional resource plays, including the Haynesville, Fayetteville and Permian areas. He has been a Non-Executive Director of Sundance Energy Australia Limited since December 19, 2012. Mr. Holcombe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Auburn University in Alabama.
heh, I'm more of a monster truck fan than a circus fan, tro, so yeah I'll have to pass on it (no accounting for taste ya know?)
now back to being done with this thread and counting up the value of 19.5K Eagle Ford acres...
this is the real stuff right here (except for my bonehead misspelling of the county)
company is on its way toward having a multi-billion-dollar holding in the Eagle Ford
Got anything to say about the value of those 19.5K Eagle Ford acres?
Didn't think so.
Ignore away (but I know you won't)
Enough pointless back and forth -- I am HAPPY the company spends a lot of money on g&a (because it is growing and employing quality execs and workers) and HAPPY that it used dilution ***in the past*** to grow the company (you claim present but have not understood McCrady's announcement)
What matters to me most are the 19.5K Eagle Ford acres and growing, which will be sold for multiple billions and quadruple my present investment (which the company has already doubled from the original)
Done with this thread now
I know, but I enjoy correcting his errors. Sundance is such a good company--makes it fun to watch him grasp at straws (g&a) trying to distract people from the rapid growth going on here. He doesn't seem too interested in talking about the value of those 19.5K Eagle Ford acres, does he?