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quote:
Originally posted by bond006:
Peek-A- Boo

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Does anyone know anything about a company called POGI? I know that there is major development in Canada going on right now. I have googled them but not much information except what is on otbcc.com.

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quote:
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Does anyone know anything about a company called POGI? I know that there is major development in Canada going on right now. I have googled them but not much information except what is on otbcc.com.

Go to finance. yahoo. coom and type in POGI.ob
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Good Morning all.

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Dont LOSE more than you can afford to invest....LOL

I'm buying low and selling into the run...

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Thanks Bigpayout. I did but I did not get a whole lot there either. I was trying to see speculation on them. Everyone have a great day!

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Good morning Lil and all the pbls folks lets see green today go pbls
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OK, I hope I can get in today. What do you think a good reentry point and time is? I'm thinking that I'll try to get in on any dip at lunch.
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Due some math this morning by Kelly Leak a good poster on r/b


Some early morning mental math exercise...

Given: 1. PBLS has around a 82% working interest in the KY leases.
2. The cost to drill a well on the KY leases is $18,000-$20,000 per well.
3. Assume the average life of a producing well at 2 years.
4. Oil price at the well head is $55 and remains constant.

Let's see..a well producing only 5 barrels per day for two years will pump out 5 x 365 x 2 = 3650 barrels.
3650 x $55 = $200,750. 82% of that is $164,615. Original drilling investment cost is $20,000. Approximately $145,000 net return above investment cost over the 2year period for only a 5 barrel/day producer.

PBLS has 18 wells averaging 26 barrels per day on pump presently with others undergoing the drillbit and more to be drilled after those are completed. Pretty amazing how quickly the revenues flow right to the bottom line. Cost of monitoring and maintaining the wells is low because of the wells being located in one area and can be serviced by one person.

Just for the fun of it let's say PBLS drills and completes an additional 10 wells on the KY leases over the next 6 months. And they have a average daily production of only 20 barrels per day and oil price averages $60 per barrel at the wellhead.

28 wells x 20 x 365 = 204,400 barrels on annual basis. Equates to (204,400 x $60 x 82%) gross revenue of $12,264,000. Assign a total drilling and annual maintainence cost of $30,000 per well reduces the gross by $840,000 leaving $11,424,000 net. Geez..that's a little over a penny per share earnings using the full A/S of a billion shares, just by using known numbers and some fairly conservative estimates.

From off the KY oil potential alone, PBLS could post earnings of over a penny a share assuming the other operations just break-even. We know that Progas operates in the black, the pit is a sand and gravel goldmine in the making, construction is booming and will for several more years in NOLA, trucking is rolling gangbusters and the pool business will increase as more rebuilding and restoration moves forward in the Gulfcoast area. Pretty safe assumption, IMO, the other segments of the company will also contribute heavily to the bottom line.

But back to KY oil..an earnings per share of just a penny per share with a P/E of 15 makes PBLS a 15 cent stock on that part of the company alone. About 4 times where we are trading at now.
Looks like a pretty good risk/reward situation to me from the numbers. I continue to buy. Later, Kelly

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Warped, thats it my friend nobody can tell you when to get in but it has been the trading cycle of this stock that it dips at lunch so that is the time I would have my buy finger ready.
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NEWS!!!
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Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate Subsidiary Doubles Well Count in Kentucky
Jan 25, 2006 10:00:00 AM
COVINGTON, LA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 01/25/06 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (OTC: PBLS) announced today that the Company's Rome Oil and Gas subsidiary has drilled two new wells on its Rodgers Brothers Lease in Adair County, Kentucky, bringing the total number of wells drilled on the leasehold to four. The Rodgers Brothers Lease is located in South Central Kentucky and is known in the Oil & Gas drilling community as "Flat Wood Field." Executives at the Company noted that additional drilling sites are being surveyed and it is expected that a total of between 8 and 10 wells will be eventually drilled on the lease.

Production on these wells is expected to be similar to the production of the existing two wells. According to Petroleum Engineer, A. G. Collins, "These wells could produce as much as 15,000 - 18,000 barrels of oil each over the life of the wells."

Phoenix President & CEO, Paul Alonzo, commented, "I am very pleased with the exceptional strides made by our Kentucky operations to date. We continue to make significant in roads in terms of increased production capacity on lease assets we believe to have low-risk and high production profiles and are continuing our efforts to locate and acquire new lease opportunities consistent with our plan and philosophy of growth-at-a-reasonable-price."

About Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate

Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, is engaged in the natural resource development, commercial transportation, real estate development and diversified construction businesses. Current company assets included oil leasehold and drilling operations, sand and gravel quarry and mining operations, a contract hauling trucking fleet, diversified construction operations and land development leaseholds. The Company is experiencing significant organic growth in each of these businesses and is aggressively acquiring synergistic businesses in order to rapidly build capacity.

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

This press release contains statements, which may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate and members of its management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.

For More Information Contact:
Mike Mulshine
Osprey Partners
(732) 292-0982

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Good going Jelly great news love you
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Love you too Bond!!!
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Woo hooo! I'm back in!

I got in at .037. Was that a good or bad price to get in? I was gonna wait till lunch, but the news prompted me to act quicker. Darn emotions... I must learn to control them better. Working on it.

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quote:
Originally posted by WarpedMind:
Woo hooo! I'm back in!

I got in at .037. Was that a good or bad price to get in?

My yesterdays specalution with bottom catching went bad and i got in at .036. So your price is still good too...
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Here comes the buyers green green
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Was that a good or bad price to get in?


What are your thoughts? Was it a good move in your mind? Are you happy you bought when you did? If you are happy with pulling thr trigger at this point, then thats all that matters. If I tell you good job, will it make your decision any better? If I tell you you should've waited, will you quickly sell and wait. Dude, you're in the driver's seat, you gotta believe in what you do.

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.037 is a great price!!!! it's the price i paid. lol

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I agree.

Just trying to compare notes, that's all. If everyone tells me it was stupid, it'll cause me to reexamine my actions and figure out WHY it was stupid and IF it was stupid in my eyes. If everyone tells me it was a good decision, then I'll try to figure out WHY it was a good decision now and not later. All part of the learning process.

But I agree that ultimately it's all up to me. And personally, I'm satisfied with my entry price. Just always open to hear diff opinions that's all. How else will I learn?

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Still a little foggy yet this morning prduction per day would be.

22 wells producing 608 barrels a day JUST OFF K.Y lease...
AND another 8-10 coming on line...Only takes 3 days or so to punch the holes guys and 20k each to do so.....

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Grrr. Down again. This is one stock you shouldn't watch too closely. [Razz]

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So, why no run with today's PR?

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looks like we are still infected with flippers and day traders. Because we have been getting a bunch of sales on news the last two times
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Well, I'm guessing it's partly cuz of lunch.

Plus, I think the PR is referring to the initiation of two wells being drilled. The big news will be when they reach the sources.

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ok... Go PBLS!!!!
[Smile]

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For the most part the PR's the last few months have done nothing but cause the PPS to drop. If you notice most of the time a PR is released it drops.
Anyway no worries here. I just sold another stock today and just out of curiosity looked at historical prices. This stock has had no splits, either forward or reverse, once a penny stock now on nasdaq.

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=RGLD&a=10&b=01&c=1991&d=11&e=30&f=1991&g=d

Now look at it.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=RGLD,uu[h,a]daclyyay[pd20,2!b200!f][vc60][iut!Ub14!La12,26,9]&pref=G

Pretty cool huh?

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Thanks mac! That is remarkable... gives me hope [Smile]

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That company was formed in 1981 where it traded for around $4. It went up to about $17 before dropping down to subdollar for about two years, then made its climb to where it is now.

http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/quickchart/quickchart.asp?symb=rgld&sid=0&o_symb=rgld&freq=2&time=20

Here's my favorite: AIP

http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/quickchart/quickchart.asp?symb=aip&sid=0&o_symb=aip&freq=2&time=20

I first learned about it when it was trading between $1 and $1.25, around 1980.

[ January 25, 2006, 12:52: Message edited by: Thorn ]

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quote:
Originally posted by macdrsirules:
For the most part the PR's the last few months have done nothing but cause the PPS to drop. If you notice most of the time a PR is released it drops.
Anyway no worries here. I just sold another stock today and just out of curiosity looked at historical prices. This stock has had no splits, either forward or reverse, once a penny stock now on nasdaq.

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=RGLD&a=10&b=01&c=1991&d=11&e=30&f=1991&g=d

Now look at it.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=RGLD,uu[h,a]daclyyay[pd20,2!b200!f][vc60][iut!Ub14!La12,26,9]&pref=G

Pretty cool huh?

WHAT?!?!?!? You mean I have to wait 15 years to become a millionaire???? HAHAHAHA! Just messing around.

[Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

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Heh. At least it is possible. [Razz]

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We really need some solid volume of the investor type. I my self think next month we get to .065 before mid month. Just my opinion and that will be because of some good pr's if they file a 10 form watch out
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Nice way to end the day, even if it doesn't really matter: .038 after the bell. [Smile]

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we might have a trend reversal here new bottom level .0325 today on news and we closed up very interesting time will tell.
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I'm looking forward to next month. PBLS should pick it up a bit. Good luck to all of here! Keep the Faith.
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