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The Company is engaged in the oil and gas exploration and production.
I suspect five years from now HYD will either be bankrupt or bought out. This is a highly speculative stock, and essentially a cheap gamble that Hyperdynamics' new exploration partner (Tullow) will strike a commercially viable patch of oil somewhere in the Hyperdynamics concession off the coast of Guinea (West Africa). The new partner Tullow (and now majority stake-holder in the concession) is a well-known and successful independent explorer in the African oil market. If there's any commercially viable oil in the concession, Tullow has as good a chance as any (and probably better than most) of finding it.In summary: 1) Hyperdynamics is now a passive concession holder (not an operator/explorer) so the cash bleed of the past few years should slow down 2) Due to the sale of concession interest to Tullow, Hyperdynamics has cash on hand equal to ~50% of their market cap and zero debt 3) The operator Tullow is a proven explorer that knows what they're doing and 4) Few publicly traded stocks can give you relatively uncluttered equity exposure to a large exploration concession in an emerging market...I'll take a gamble at $0.61.
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Price action of monthly, weekly time frames is bearish. Chaikin oscillator indicates bearish momentum.
HDY's Sabu-1 well will be a world-class discovery. 3-D surveying is being done on even larger prospects in company's lease concession offshore Guinea. There have been two stoppages on the drilling ship (Jasper Explorer), but there can be no more since the drilling is at target depth. Guinea is a stable government. What more can an investor want?
Recommending this stock due to recent pullback. Stock should hit $4.75 - $6.00 by April.
Some very experienced oilmen have complete faith in theskills and leadership of the on site supervisor. This temporary setback is common to this breed of men, whonow see an unexpected buying opportunity instead of fear.
HDY's success will primarily be determined by discovering a substantial amount of oil of the West coast of Guina. The current delays don't mean anything in terms of the future value of the stock. I believe the first well they're drilling will succeed, but even if it doesn't, HDY still has a chance to make something out of nothing by raising more capital. The company is determined to find oil in that vicinity. My guess is that if they don't find oil on drill site 1, they will find it on site 2.
This company has amazing potential and upside. They have a strong management team that can propel this company from a speculative oil play to an industry leader with time and the proper financing.
When it comes to Hyperdynamics you fools have know idea what you are talking about. Please do some research on the company before you wright an artical about weather or not it is a good investment.
Numbers doesn't matter for this company. There is just one reason this company could be the next 10-bagge and this is finding oil. Perhaps already in october.
Low Public Opinion with High Relative Strength
This is simply overvalued
Motley Fool consistently misreads this company simply because all you are looking at is revenue. It is natural in an oil & gas exploration company to not have any revenue, as you are looking for the oil and gas. Hyperdynamics owns 77% of the concession off of the Guinea coast, and could produce revenue simply by parceling it out. But they are looking for the oil themselves; once they find it, you can expect revenue. They will also be a prime acquisition target. Until then, yes, it is a speculative play, but no more so than a biotech company, a company developing a vaccine or a pill, or any number of other investment vehicles that offer a large reward with commensurate risk. The oversimplifications Motley Fool continues to make in regards to HDY truly make the Fool look foolish. With 750 million risked barrels and 6 billion risked barrels assessed by NSAI, HDY should be getting far more respect in your columns. If you are truly looking to advise your readers to make large gains, they need to buy in before the upcoming 3D results are published.
One question, why would HDY be looking for a drilling partner if there wasn't oil off the coast of West Africa? Simple answer, the oil is there.
With an estimated 1 billion barrols of oil in HDY's control, if you do the math, this stock good be a value at over $100 per share The Gulf of Mexico is now to risky to drill and the coast of Africa with the stable govt of New Guinea will be a prime focus for future oil exploration. I am betting my farm on it!
I have been on this stock for years I think finally it might break out. I have been accumulating and dollar cost averaging for 3+Years
It is completing its 3Dstudy of thepotential oil field. they are havingpositive feelings about the data so far
great management, financing by Blackrock, first drilling within a year, 12 areas in the concession look to possibly contain signficant oil finds (2 super-giant fields), growing institutional ownership and insider buying -- make HDY a rare find, with CEO predicting price increases reflecting 'orders of magnitude' in the next few years.
I have owned this stock for 6 years. When they start to drill and begin to monetize the oil and gas this company will hit 100 a share and split several times in the interim. CALPERS started buying them below 1.00 a share, unheard of for a pension fund. They usually do not go in until the equity is at 5.00 a share! This is a winner. Now they have an oil man at the helm......he is doing all of the right things, and it can only get better. Funds are making the right decision for their shareholders, in getting in at this level. Maureen Weeks
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