Oracle Power (#ORCP) – placing for just £0.5m at 0.17p per share
- 2023-02-06 07:52:55
It is now two years since His Highness, Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum, clambered aboard the jam-tomorrow joke that is Oracle Power (ORCP). News of the Sheikh's involvement saw its shares surge to 1.25p. Last December, he exercised 200 million warrants, meaning he now owns 500 million shares, for which he paid 0.25p each. But Oracle’s share price has flagged a bit of late, as investors have grown mightily tired of its jam-tomorrow coal and gold projects.
To be fair, shares in the company are up by 26% today at 0.43p on news that it has finalised and ended a death spiral. But any company that has to use a death spiral is likely to be shit and shares in this company are down by 39.06% over 1 year, 86.01% over 5 years and 96.65% since its IPO just over a decade ago. Truly a penny dreadful, just the sort of stock David Lenigas likes to ramp. Dave's dog de jour is ...
How insane is this even by the standards of the AIM Cesspit? In late August this year I exposed how Sheikh Ahmed Bin Dalmook Al Maktoum had invested in a placing by what was MX Oil (MXO) got it to change its name to ADM Energy (ADM) in his honour as he became President, saw the shares rocket, and then sold all his shares before announcing he was quitting sending the shares crashing from 20p to 4.5p today. Wind forward to November 28…
Oracle Power (ORCP) seems to have become popular all of a sudden and has seen its share price rise by around 80% in the past week, but as usual some on the bulletin boards seem to be claiming that it should actually be worth many multiples of its current valuation.
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at email@example.com - Today I look at shares in Oracle Coalfields (ORCP), Petroneft Resources (PTR) and Sound Energy (SOU) and setting share price targets for all three stocks.
Shahruck Khan, entrepreneurial chief executive officer of Oracle Coalfields (ORCP), says he is now ‘working towards financial closure’ for the company’s $1.5 billion (974 million) project to develop a potential 1.4billion-tonne lignite (brown coal) mine and 600-megawatt power station in south-eastern Pakistan, following a key consortium agreement with Shandong Electric Power Corporation (SEPCO) of China.