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324 Postings, 4287 Tage aktienmonsterAlberta Oilsands, Insider decken sich ein

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Apr 03/08  Mar 24/08  PREMJI, SHABIR  Indirect Ownership  Common Shares  10 - Acquisition in the public market  15,000  $0.640  
Apr 03/08  Mar 24/08  PREMJI, SHABIR  Direct Ownership  Common Shares  10 - Acquisition in the public market  16,500  $0.640  
Mar 03/08  Jan 24/08  Lee, Michael  Indirect Ownership  Common Shares  10 - Acquisition in the public market  10,000  $0.840  
Mar 03/08  Jan 24/08  Lee, Michael  Indirect Ownership  Common Shares   10 - Acquisition in the public market  30,000  $0.870  
Feb 06/08  Jan 28/08  Dust, Chad  Direct Ownership  Common Shares  10 - Acquisition in the public market  7,000  $0.800  
Feb 06/08  Jan 24/08  Dust, Chad  Direct Ownership  Common Shares  10 - Acquisition in the public market  9,000  $0.740  
Jan 24/08  Jan 24/08  Lee, Cindy Mei Yee  Direct Ownership  Common Shares  10 - Acquisition in the public market  3,500  $0.820  
Jan 24/08  Jan 24/08  Lee, Cindy Mei Yee  Direct Ownership  Common Shares  10 - Acquisition in the public market  2,000  $0.800  
Jan 24/08  Jan 24/08  Lee, Cindy Mei Yee  Direct Ownership  Common Shares  10 - Acquisition in the public market  4,500  $0.790  
Jan 23/08  Jan 22/08  Lee, Michael  Indirect Ownership  Common Shares  10 - Acquisition in the public market  1,000  $0.700  
 

06.05.08 09:22

324 Postings, 4287 Tage aktienmonsterna, läuft ja ganz gut

(klar, u.a. dem hohen Ölpreis wegen)
... aber, es scheint jetzt endlich Bewegung in diesen Wert zu kommen!  

10.06.08 12:56
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8451 Postings, 5660 Tage KnappschaftskassenHalt sehr spekulativ!

http://www.cnxmarketlink.com/en/releases/archive/...008/02/c7584.html

ALBERTA OILSANDS INC.
 



Attention Business/Financial Editors

Alberta Oilsands Inc. Announces First Quarter Results and Operations Update
          §    /NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO U.S. NEWS WIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISSEMINATION IN
          §    THE U.S./

          §    CALGARY, June 2 /CNW/ - Alberta Oilsands Inc. (the "Company" or "AOS")
(TSXV: AOS) is pleased to announce the financial highlights of the three
months ended March 31, 2008.

          §    <<
          §    Highlights

          §    -   Pursuant to a private placement, the Company received net proceeds of
          §        $8.0 million in the first quarter of 2008, increasing the total
          §        equity raised to $33.1 million over the previous 15 months

          §    -   Signed a pooling agreement in Hangingstone East that increased gross
          §        leases from 23 sections to 38.5 sections (19.5 sections net)

          §    -   Drilled 34 core holes and acquired 89 kilometers of 2D seismic -
          §        Identified two possible bitumen production projects based on its
          §        winter drilling program at Clearwater

          §    -   Exited the first quarter of 2008 with working capital of $9.5 million

          §    Oil Sands Operations:

          §    Fort McMurray - Clearwater East and West Projects

          §    -   Received approval from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
          §        (ASRD) to core up to 26 core holes in the Clearwater East project and
          §        19 core holes in the Clearwater West project. 15 core holes were
          §        drilled over 5 of the 28 sections in the first quarter of 2008, and
          §        encountered up to 50 metres of gross bitumen pay with excellent
          §        bitumen saturation, porosity and permeability.

          §    Hangingstone East

          §    -   Entered into a pooling agreement whereby our 23 sections and their
          §        15.5 sections in the adjacent Halfway Creek properties were pooled
          §        into a joint ownership agreement. This resulted in our Company owning
          §        a 50% working interest in a 38.5 section contiguous land block

          §    -   Our 2007/2008 winter exploration program included the acquisition
          §        of 89 kilometres of 2D seismic and the completion of a 19 core hole
          §        drilling program designed to identify the channel sands. This program
          §        confirmed the presence of bitumen in the area and the possibility of
          §        two significant north-south bitumen channels.

          §    First Quarter Operating Highlights

          §    The following table outlines certain highlights of our financial and
operating results for the three months ended March 31, 2008:

          §                                                 Three months ended March 31
          §                                                -----------------------------
          §                                                         2008           2007
          §    --------------------------------------------------
          §    Petroleum and natural gas sales                   444,336      1,519,356
          §    Funds from (used in) operations                  (267,248)       605,332
          §    Loss for the period                              (780,434)     1,315,540
          §    Capital expenditures                            5,893,011      3,769,082


          §                                                 Three months ended March 31
          §                                                -----------------------------
          §                                                         2008           2007
          §    --------------------------------------------------
          §    Oil and NGL (bbls/day)                                 50            258
          §    Natural gas (mcf/day)                                  47             52
          §    boe(1)/day                                             58            267


          §                                                 Three months ended March 31
          §                                                -----------------------------
          §                                                         2008           2007
          §    --------------------------------------------------
          §    Commodity Prices
          §    Oil and NGL ($/bbl)                                 91.87          65.77
          §    Natural gas ($/mcf)                                  7.79           6.73
          §    $/boe(1)                                            85.74          63.30

          §    (1) See "BOE Presentation" below.
          §    >>


          §    Outlook

          §    Fiscal 2008 has started with three successful drilling programs. Our 15
core holes at Clearwater East and West projects encountered 15 to 50 metres of
gross bitumen pay in the McMurray formation. We believe from the preliminary
data that we may have two possible 10,000 barrel a day projects in the
Clearwater area. The 19 core holes in Hangingstone East/Halfway Creek
confirmed the presence of bitumen and suggest further delineation is required
to locate the channels.
          §    Our objectives for 2008 are to pursue the goal of bringing the Clearwater
potential project to production in 2011 / 2012 and to advance our Hangingstone
project with our partner in the area.
          §    The Company will file its first quarter management's discussion and
analysis and interim unaudited consolidated financial statements and notes
thereto as at and for the three months ended March 31, 2008 in accordance with
National Instrument 51-102 - Continuous Disclosure Obligations adopted by the
Canadian securities regulatory authorities. Additional information about the
Company, including the audited consolidated financial statements and notes
thereto and management's discussion and analysis as at and for the year ended
December 31, 2007, are available on the Company's SEDAR profile at
www.sedar.com.

          §    BOE Presentation - Production information is commonly reported in units
of barrel of oil equivalent ("boe"). For purposes of computing such units,
natural gas is converted to equivalent barrels of oil using a conversion
factor of six thousand cubic feet to one barrel of oil. This conversion ratio
of 6:1 is based on an energy equivalent wellhead value for the individual
products. Such disclosure of boes may be misleading, particularly if used in
isolation. Readers should be aware that historical results are not necessarily
indicative of future performance.

          §    Undiscovered Resource - In accordance with the Canadian Standards set out
in the Canadian Oil and Gas Evaluation Handbook (COGEH) and National
Instrument 51-101 (NI 51-101) and per the Canadian Securities Administrators
(CSA) Staff Notice 51-321, "Undiscovered Resources" are those quantities of
oil and gas estimated on a given date to be contained in accumulations yet to
be discovered. There is no certainty that any portion of the undiscovered
resources will be discovered and that, if discovered, it may not be
economically viable or technically feasible to produce. "Discovered Resources"
are those quantities of oil and gas estimated on a given date to be remaining
in, plus those quantities already produced from, known accumulations.
Discovered resources are divided into economic and uneconomic categories, with
the estimated future recoverable portion classified as reserves and contingent
resources, respectively. There is no certainty that any portion of the
discovered resources will be economically viable or technically feasible to
produce. "Contingent Resources" are those quantities of oil and gas estimated
on a given date to be potentially recoverable from known accumulations, but
are not currently economic.

          §    Forward-Looking Statements: This press release contains certain
"forward-looking statements" within the meaning of such statements under
applicable securities law including management's assessment of the Company's
properties, production and prospects. Forward-looking statements are
frequently characterized by words such as "plan", "continue", "expect",
"project", "intend", "believe", "anticipate", "estimate", "may", "will",
"potential", "proposed" and other similar words, or statements that certain
events or conditions "may" or "will" occur. These statements are only
predictions. Forward-looking statements are based on the opinions and
estimates of management at the date the statements are made, and are subject
to a variety of risks and uncertainties and other factors that could cause
actual events or results to differ materially from those projected in the
forward-looking statements. These factors include the inherent risks involved
in the exploration and development of oil sands properties, the uncertainties
involved in interpreting drilling results and other geological data,
fluctuating oil prices, the possibility of project cost overruns or
unanticipated costs and expenses, uncertainties relating to the availability
and costs of financing needed in the future and other factors including
unforeseen delays. As an oil sands focused enterprise, the Company faces
risks, including those associated with exploration, development, approvals and
the ability to access sufficient capital from external sources. Anticipated
exploration and development plans relating to the Company's properties are
subject to change. For a detailed description of the risks and uncertainties
facing the Company and its business and affairs, readers should refer to the
Company's annual financial statements and management discussion and analysis
for the year ended December 31, 2006, both of which are available at
www.sedar.com. The Company undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking
statements if circumstances or management's estimates or opinions should
change, unless required by law. The reader is cautioned not to place undue
reliance on forward-looking statements.

          §    The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
          §    responsibility for the adequacy and accuracy of this release.

          §    Not for dissemination in the United States of America. This news release
shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of any offer to buy
securities of the Company in any jurisdiction, including the United States.
The common shares of the Company have not been and will not be registered
under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S.
Securities Act") or any state securities laws and have not been and will not
be offered or sold in the United States or to any U.S. person except in
certain transactions exempt from the registration requirements of the U.S.
Securities Act and applicable state securities laws.






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          §    /For further information: Alberta Oilsands Inc., Suite 2800, 350 - 7th
Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta, T2P 3N9, Shabir Premji, Executive Chairman, T:
(403) 232-3341, F: (403) 263-6702, spremji@aboilsands.ca; or Chad Dust,
Executive Vice-President, T: (403) 538-3191, cdust@aboilsands.ca; Company
website: www.aboilsands.ca/  

08.12.10 16:53

150 Postings, 3314 Tage Staatsfernsehenkann es echt sein

dass hier doch noch was geht ????

Seit Wochen geht s bergauf!  

13.12.10 10:02
hab ich mal wieder den richtigen Riecher gehabt ... tolle Performance ...

und hab heute schon die nächsten 2 entdeckt .... na, Weihnachtsgeld ;-)  

23.07.13 12:10

15443 Postings, 4568 Tage nekroObwohl.........

......der Pofühler seit ein paar Tagen pusht hält sich das Interesse doch sehr in Grenzen.

http://www.ariva.de/alberta_oilsands_inc-aktie/...e_kurse?boerse_id=1
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Mein  MULTIBAGGER Favorit B?? ;-)))))

26.07.13 19:02

1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrückenjackpot 50 Mio für Alberta + 5% Zinsen

los gehts unter Hammervolumen

2013-07-26 11:53 ET - News Release


Mr. Binh Vu reports

ALBERTA OILSANDS FINALIZES FARM-OUT DEAL FOR ALGAR LAKE

On July 25, 2013, the Province of Alberta announced that it is allocating 55,000 acres of Crown lands to the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (Fort McMurray) under its Urban Development Sub-Region initiative (UDSR); as a result of the UDSR initiative, Alberta Oilsands Inc.'s oil sands leases at Clearwater will be cancelled. As a lessee to these affected leases, AOS will be compensated in accordance with existing legislation. The Mineral Rights Compensation Regulation (Alberta Regulation 317/2003) establishes the compensation payable by the Crown for cancelled agreements. Compensation includes at least the following:

Cost of acquiring the lease including annual licence fees and application fees;
Wasted exploration and development expenditures;
Reclamation costs;
Interest of approximately 5 per cent (calculated as Alberta Treasury Branch prime plus 1 per cent).
In the near future, the company expects to receive an official notice of cancellation from the Province of Alberta setting out details of the cancellation.

To date, AOS has spent approximately $51-million in the acquisition and development of Clearwater. Currently, AOS has 211,482,057 issued and outstanding common shares, and as of March 31, 2013, the company had current assets of approximately $6.76-million.

http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C:AOS-2089963
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Jeder ist für sein Handeln selbst verantwortlich. Keine Kaufs-/Verkaufsempfehlung !!!
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26.07.13 19:04
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1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrücken50 Mio. durch 211 Mio shares

macht ca 0,23 cad
und dass ist noch ohne Zinsen

Extremer Nachholbedarf
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26.07.13 22:41
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1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrückenstabil ins WE 0,140 cad

bin auf Montag gespannt
kurz vor Toreschluss über 840000 Stücke im bid

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Open:0.10Prv Clos:0.065High:0.165Low:0.085

Bid:0.135Ask:0.14

Bid Size:842,000
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Yr High:0.135
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27.07.13 02:57
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1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrücken23Mio shares in CAD gehandelt

Hammer Umsatz und stabil. Bis Montag auf eine grüne Woche
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27.07.13 09:20

1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrückenfrom the goverment

offiziell:http://www.bnn.ca/Blogs/2013/07/26/...f-some-oil-sand-companies-.aspx

Alberta may cancel leases of some oil sand companies
Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
3:52 PM, E.T. | July 26, 2013
Canadian, Economy, Energy & Resources, Industrials
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Alberta just made 10 oil sands companies victims of their own industry's success.

Production has been growing so rapidly that Fort McMurray, the oil sands boom town located in the heart of northern Alberta's bitumen reserves, is starting to burst at the seams. About 75,000 people live there today, but by the time Britain's youngest prince graduates from high school (around 2030, assuming ole' George isn't held back) that figure is expected to more than double to 160,000.

The government responded Thursday by sectioning off 55,000 acres that surround what is currently Fort McMurray (more than double the city's current landmass) as an Urban Development Sub Region (UDSR) earmarked for future development. Over the next 20 years, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will gradually buy the land from the province.

The trouble is, Alberta has already leased out that land in 32 pieces to 10 companies looking to develop oil sands projects. Those leases "will be cancelled, effectively immediately," Ken Hughes, Alberta's Energy Minister, told reporters on Thursday evening. Officials declined to immediately identify the companies being stripped of their leaseholder status, but a combination of government and industry sources have confirmed to BNN that the list provided below is accurate.

Only the first two - Value Creation Inc. and Alberta Oil Sands Inc. - have developed their holdings to any material extent (Alberta Oil Sands is in the process of building out a project called 'Clearwater' underneath the Fort McMurray airport). The rest have been more or less just sitting on the land and the government has pledged to pay out all 10 lease losers, which they are legally obligated to do under Alberta's Mineral Rights Compensation Regulation and Public Lands Act, though not all of them may yet know what they've lost.

"Government staff are meeting with energy industry representatives in Calgary today and tomorrow to walk them through this plan," Hughes said.

"They were aware they had leases that could be part of the UDSR. We expect they will be supportive."

LIST OF BROKEN LEASEES

Value Creation Inc.
Alberta Oil Sands Inc.
Cenovus Energy Inc.
Cavalier Land Ltd.
E-T Energy Ltd.
Grizzly Oil Sands ULC
Koch Oil Sands Operating ULC
Laricina Energy Ltd.
Scott Land and Lease Ltd.
Suncor Energy Inc.
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27.07.13 09:37

1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrückenHintergrund von gestern


http://www.edmontonjournal.com/business/...om+grow/8709813/story.html

EDMONTON - Another 22,000 hectares of land has opened up for the expansion of Fort McMurray under a ?milestone? agreement that prevents further oilsands development in the area by immediately cancelling leases.

Mayor Melissa Blake said the released land, which the municipality will have to purchase from the province on an as-needed basis over the next five to 15 years, will be enough to handle a population expected to double by 2030. As of 2012, 76,000 people lived in Fort McMurray.

?For the first time in the history of this region, we will be able to confidently and adequately plan for our community?s future and we will be able to deliver it as well when it?s needed, not long after,? Blake said at Thursday?s announcement. Until now, Fort McMurray couldn?t grow because the province owned the land surrounding it.

?This lack of land has tied our hands when it comes to planning future development, but it?s also led to all sorts of challenges from sparse housing options, limited commercial retail entities and a non-existent space for social profit groups: churches, community halls, store fronts, just to name a few,? Blake said. ?Today that all changes.?

After meetings with the Municipality of Wood Buffalo, lease holders, First Nations groups and the public, the province has agreed to sell progressive chunks of 22,000 hectares to Fort McMurray for residential development. The new development area is more than twice the size of Fort McMurray, but with muskeg, river slopes and a buffer zone, not all can be developed.

The price will be based on fair market prices, Energy Minister Ken Hughes said.

Any price agreement must also take into consideration a new funding plan for infrastructure needs, to be hammered out by summer 2014, where roads, water and utility lines into new developments will be paid for by the municipality, the province and private developers. No infrastructure money was part of the provincial budget, holding up the development of housing lots in two Fort McMurray subdivisions.

?These are big ticket items, any of the infrastructure in this community,? Hughes said. ?We have to be a very strong partnership.?

Starting immediately, all subsurface leases and surface agreements on the 22,000 hectares to be developed over the next 25 years are cancelled if they are incompatible with houses and businesses, Hughes said. That includes leases held by 10 to 15 companies, including Value Creation Inc., whose leases cover a large portion of the land in the new urban development sub-region. The company had plans to access bitumen reserves under the proposed urban zone, then return the reclaimed land to the city, complete with roads and sidewalks, in about one decade.

?We are now assured there will be no development of industry on or under where future homes, businesses and people will be located,? Blake said. The urban development area ?establishes a real market with real choices and allows us to develop at our own pace, responsibly and sustainably.?

All companies with cancelled leases will be compensated based on the province?s Public Lands Act or Mineral Rights Compensation Regulation.

?This was no an easy set of decisions,? Hughes said. ?Clearly this is a very small piece that is the oilsands in northeastern Alberta and clearly people need an urban community that they enjoy, that they want to live in, that they can really celebrate and that includes not having energy development going on right in that community. So these are balancing interests we were addressing and I think we?ve come up with a very fair approach to them.?

Rick Orman, an adviser for Value Creation Inc., said he?s happy the city boundary has finally been determined after years of debate, giving companies more certainty.

?The government strung companies along for four years while they were spending money, not knowing that ultimately they were going to lose their leases,? said Orman, a former Alberta energy minister. ?To me, that?s the biggest travesty is just being strung along for so long.?

Orman also questioned the need to make Fort McMurray two-thirds the size of Calgary.

?To me they say they?re planning for growth to 180,000 people by 2030,? he said. ?It just seems like an excessive amount of land. I will never understand that, but I?m not the minister and not the mayor.?

Orman called the entire deal ?rough justice? for the company.

?Now, what they?ve been told is that ?I?m sorry, but you?re not getting the resource? and that?s rough justice,? he said.

Binh Vu, interim CEO for Alberta Oilsands Inc., said his company is still determining what company leases are affected.

?We are continuing to monitor the situation to ensure that fair treatment is provided,? Vu said through email. ?The legislation provides for at a minimum ? which is an important point to stress ? a refunding of all costs to date on the land that is being cancelled. (Alberta Oilsands) has spent at least $50 million on Clearwater since 2007. We look forward to a fair and timely compensation payment from the government from this new land agreement.?

Companies and individuals with leases and agreements that are compatible with residential and commercial development ? fur trappers who use the land, forestry companies clearing trees, private citizens who are leasing land for cold-storage businesses or wrecking yards ? will be able to negotiate to stay on the land, even purchase it if the work done there meshes with municipality expansion plans. Of 200 surface dispositions on the urban development plot, approximately 150 are standard ones for pipelines and power lines and roads and will be allowed to stay, the province said. Another 30 dispositions will require discussion between the lease holder and the municipality to determine the future.

?It?s the fastest growing community in Canada and it desperately needs room to grow,? Hughes said. ?We expect that industry recognizes, obviously, the benefits of this region and the benefits of having a very livable community in Fort McMurray and that they will help us support this growing municipality that has supported them so much over the years.?

Maps and more information can be found here.

With files from Alexandra Zabjek
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27.07.13 09:57

1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrückenund in Africa sitzt aos auf einer Bombe.

Total s.a. besitzt u.a. einen Nachbarblock

The DRC Blocks comprise over one million acres (gross) covering the Kalemie sub-basin on Lake Tanganyika, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo ? and in the heart of the East African Rift System.  Blocks 5 and 6 are adjacent to acreage held by Total S.A.


http://www.aboilsands.ca/?page_id=353


If any of these things come to fruition I think that the market and our own shareholders will sit up and take notice again and realize that right now they get all of those potential outcomes for free while we sit trading at cash value, with 500 million barrels of oil booked, and 21 million acres of prime exploration ground with 100s of millions of dollars being spent right around it.

http://wallstreetsectorselector.com/2013/07/...sive-oil-discoveries/#

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27.07.13 17:04

1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrückenaus stockhouse

vielleicht ein bißchen hochgegriffen, aber immer noch ein kurzfristiger verdoppler möglich



tmxmoney.com has the current p/b ratio of .452. that's a book value of $0.31/sh. add the new cash that's equal to $0.25/sh and you get a realistic value of $0.56/sh. interesting. btw i got in @0.13 on friday. Xing fingers.
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29.07.13 08:02

1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrückenwird eine spannende woche. erster kurs frankfurt

0,125 mit 65500 stücken !!!
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Jeder ist für sein Handeln selbst verantwortlich. Keine Kaufs-/Verkaufsempfehlung !!!
Im Unterschied zur Straßenbahn wird an der Börse zum Ein- und Aussteigen nicht geklingelt.

29.07.13 12:11

1456 Postings, 3896 Tage apfelrückenrt 0.121. fette umsätze in frankfurt

alle warten gespannt auf can
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Jeder ist für sein Handeln selbst verantwortlich. Keine Kaufs-/Verkaufsempfehlung !!!
Im Unterschied zur Straßenbahn wird an der Börse zum Ein- und Aussteigen nicht geklingelt.

29.07.13 14:03

5644 Postings, 2912 Tage DA_BUADer Kurs zieht wieder an

30.07.13 10:44

5644 Postings, 2912 Tage DA_BUAJetzt kommt Bewegung rein!

30.07.13 11:12

160 Postings, 4049 Tage SFVC56Was geht ab? Any News? Oder warum die Steigerung?

30.07.13 11:56

88 Postings, 2552 Tage GreenVITda wurde eben

ein bisschen von börsennews gepusht bzgl. de ca 60mio schadensersatzzahlung etc.

 

 

30.07.13 12:14

5644 Postings, 2912 Tage DA_BUAAbwarten, wenn CAN anzieht wollen wieder alle rein

30.07.13 12:28

5644 Postings, 2912 Tage DA_BUAIrgend etwas ist im Busch

bei so vielen Umsatz!
 

30.07.13 12:58
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5644 Postings, 2912 Tage DA_BUADas tolle daran ist::

Eine einfache Rechnung! Das Unternehmen hat 7 Millionen Dollar Cash auf dem Konto und keine Schulden. Nun wurde aber bekannt, dass man eine Schadensersatzzahlung von der Provinzregierung Alberta in Kanada in der Höhe von 51 Millionen Dollar (+Zinsen) erwartet. Dividiert man den Gesamtcashbetrag (rund 60 Millionen incl. Zinsen) durch die Anzahl der ausgegebenen Aktien, ergibt sich eine Summe von rund 28 Cent pro Aktie. Der Schlusskurs gestern betrug 0,145 CAD!

Auch ein Laie weiß, dass ein Unternehmen, das schuldenfrei ist wie Alberta Oilsands, ZUMINDEST am Cashbestand bewertet werden MUSS - ergo kurzfristiges Kursziel 0,28 CAD (0,20 EUR) - Schlusskurs gestern Montag: 0.145 CAD. Die 100% sind für mich so sicher wie das Amen im Gebet und stehen für mich fest.  

30.07.13 13:00

160 Postings, 4049 Tage SFVC56Ne den Artikel kannte ich nicht, aber..,

die 100% wären Super, die 10000% sehe ich völlig unrealistisch die kommenden Monate....  

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