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Laredo Petroleum, Inc. (LPI)

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63.32+2.78 (+4.59%)
As of 11:58AM EDT. Market open.
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  • K
    Kimchi
    Looking at the charts for the past year, LPI and CPE are the only two companies whose value has declined while WTI has more than doubled. Other companies such as small and medium-sized CDEVs and SDs drew completely different charts. What is the difference between LPI and CPE? I think the impact of short selling is fortunate. Taht's going to rebound soon. But when it comes to governance, the story is different. As the uptrend continues to big oil companies, Canadian heavy oil and sand oil, LPI and CPE investors are leaving, raising questions about the fairness of FCF rather than the limit of patience.
    Neutral
  • R
    Ram
    $CPE conversation
    WTI has broken the triangle wedge formation on the chart. This is very positive for prices now to begin moving up
    $VET $CPE, $LPI, CDEV
    💰💰
  • k
    k
    Is it possible.........hmm.
    The masses don't care if energy company SPs are high so long as gasoline/diesel prices are low.
    But American energy companies would be easy targets, politically incorrect, if their SPs were soaring at this time of high pump prices.
    Just throwing a thought out there.
  • C
    Citizen
    WTI just started trading at a premium to Brent !
  • C
    Culture II
    Feeling good about the next 30 days, cost right about 61, it should be a fun run we go on
  • R
    Ram
    $FANG conversation
    Rattler acquisition going to rattle $FANG in near term dead money. Move out to $CPE, $LPI or $VET
  • N
    None
    Laredo will pay down $85 to $88 million in debt during the 2q-22 approximately. Thus will finally arrive at their high yielding ev/fcf ratio that was always in the future.
  • I
    IE
    Last q, Encap sold a lot -80%, vanguard just a little 5. Blackrock added 20%, plus some banks.
    Hopefully no dilution on sight.
  • s
    scott
    Why not issue the 17 million shares and pay down the debt to zero..then start drilling going forward….the debt and hedging because of debt seems to be the big issue keeping shares low
  • D
    Drew C.
    LPI up 6% today, and still massively undervalued.
  • k
    k
    Gasoline prices rocket to yet another record high............National average soars to $4.48 per gallon but reaches $5.98 in some states as costs soar 40 cents in one month and $1.43 in a year.................but Laredo closes the day at just $60. Woohoo
  • D
    Drew C.
    Zacks is now showing an updated consensus of 2023 analyst EPS projections for LPI. And it's now HIGHER than it was 2 weeks ago! Slightly over $51/share EPS projected in 2023. Not many stocks trade where the share price is nearly equal to next year's projected EPS, but here it is. You can't make this stuff up!

    https://www.zacks.com/stock/quote/LPI/detailed-estimates
    LPI: Laredo Petroleum Detailed Estimate. Get the latest Detailed Estimate from Zacks Investment Research.
    LPI: Laredo Petroleum Detailed Estimate. Get the latest Detailed Estimate from Zacks Investment Research.
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  • L
    Larp
    ok here is the deal. i am sad about the performance but i keep telling myself to stay focus and logical when staying with lpi. writting everything down can help me refocus, might help you guys too.

    here are the facts from the release q1.

    1. lpi got only 23.2m fcf for q1.

    2. lpi management at the call conference said they are still optimistic in getting more than 300m fcf for 2022.

    so therefore mgm still think they will gen 277 fcf in 3 quarters minimum.

    knowing how super reserved the mgm normally speak, this has to be REAL unless market crash REALLY BAD like oil back to 60 or something since lpi already hedged so much of its oils.

    i have reasons to believe that part of the reason why lpi keep lagging is that their fcf is super underwhelming this quarter (correct me if i am wrong)

    if things run normally, lpi will have a fcf of at least 70-90m in q2 in order to achieve the year end goal with confidence.

    since mgm already know a big part of q2 performance as the call was done in MAY, Q2 should be a shinning quarter in term of performance.

    this would be a leaping improvement compare to q1.

    am i wrong in my analysis? please correct me if i am wrong on this issue.
  • D
    Drew C.
    July 1, 2021
    WTI crude oil: $75/barrel
    HH natural gas: $3.68/mcf
    LPI stock: $99.26/share

    May 11, 2022
    WTI crude oil: $105.60/barrel
    HH natural gas: $7.64/mcf
    LPI stock: $58.06/share

    Who would have thought you could buy LPI at $58+, given the above commodity prices? Strange but true.
  • k
    k
    Up nice in pre-market..........+$3.66 (+6.54%).
    I believe......all the oil stocks should be higher than they are, given $100+ oil. But using some form of manipulation, powers that be are suppressing their share prices.
  • M
    Mothra
    I am Buying the stock because they'll have 10K less barrels of Oil Hedged in 3Q and 4Q and Less next year.......BUY!
    Bullish
  • M
    Mothra
    Naturally, I tend to Post much more than Usual on a board when something is on sale like this for NO reason........It is the Only way to get some of you to increase your position. I'm in with more than 4K shares. They'll be reporting above $9/quarter starting in 3Q2022.
    Bullish
  • J
    Johnny
    someone needs to just offer a bid for this company of like $100 a share or something. they could pay for the company in few years with unhedged oil. would literally pay for itself and we could go ahead and get some stock price appreciation while they at it.
  • G
    Grateful
    $CPE conversation
    FYI:
    Options expire on Friday.
    Today could be as good as it gets this week.
    I
    $RIG $CDEV $LPI
  • G
    Grateful
    $CPE conversation
    Gas prices: 62% of Americans plan to vacation, most driving domestically: Survey
    More than 60% of Americans plan to take a vacation this summer, but most will do so domestically, according to a Yahoo/Maru Public Opinion Survey.

    The study of 1,509 adults found that two-thirds, or 62% of respondents, plan to take a vacation between now and September 1, while 38% said they won’t.
    Ines Ferré·Markets Reporter: Fri, May 13, 2022, 2:27 PM
    $CDEV $LPI $RIG
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