Canada markets open in 7 hours 59 minutes

Vermilion Energy Inc. (VET.TO)

Toronto - Toronto Real Time Price. Currency in CAD
Add to watchlist
23.40-1.13 (-4.61%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
Sign in to post a message.
  • B
    I threw everything I had at it yesterday @ $23.97. Will see if it pays off. Next Earnings will be awesome.
  • K
    10% buyback and $1.8CA fcf in 2022. $2.5 dividend is possible
  • F
    Share purchase plan starts officially tomorrow. Hope they can buy more shares cheap
  • L
    Just used my kid's college fund to buy in large....might be trade school if this doesn't work out.
  • T
    I put a half million dollar in. If recession comes then I put another half million.
  • A
    Ang G
    With VET patience is a rewarding virtue.
  • A
    Vermilion Energy Inc. ("Vermilion", "We", "Our", "Us" or the "Company") (TSX: VET) (NYSE: VET) is pleased to announce that the Toronto Stock Exchange ("TSX") has approved the notice of Vermilion's intention to commence a normal course issuer bid ("NCIB") through the facilities of the Toronto Stock Exchange ("TSX"), New York Stock Exchange and other alternative trading platforms in Canada and USA.
  • T
    guys take a look at the sold future contracts volume for the last two days regarding crude oil, either someone found some oil in the basement or magically ramping up production over night, but also possibly someone speculates heavily against oil price and/or wants to bring down the inflation with violence 😎 make your own conclusions.
  • T
    Just in case if anyone is wondering they are losing about 100 million dollar fcf at wti 95. And also if anyone is wondering the average wti for 2nd quarter is likely around 107 to 110. The current fcf 1.9 cad billion dollar annual estimate is based on wti 100.
  • S
    Added here!
  • V
    Saw VET's announcement on their share buyback scheme. Two thoughts: (1) it is not ambitious enough...only looks to buy 10% of company over period of 12 months? Really - is there some kind of legal blocker to doing more than this? (2) Disappointed that there is no dividend increase. To me this is a shame.
  • N
    why the free fall?
  • J
    Jayde Jk
    @mica, just to give you some advice…. There was a guy on this board who was telling others to sell when VET was in the $6-7 CAD range, the last time he said the same thing was when VET was in the range of $11-12, unfortunately he got burned very badly as VET left without him. Too bad, I liked the guy and we actually had a nice chat in 2020 when he didn't do what he started doing. I and many on this board have told him numerous times to stop telling others what to do, if he wants to sell, short or whatever, that is his business.

    So, my friend, do what you want, but stop telling others what to do. If you want to short, that's your business, but honestly, I, and I believe many on this board don't believe a single letter you've written, because people who make money in the market do it for themselves without announcing it to others. Anyway, I wish you good luck.
  • B
    P/E of 4. Best in class
  • A
    the great thing about NCIB is that these shares will be cancelled, i.e. evaporated, less liquidity of shares for shorts to borrow from.... did I hear the words "short squeeze". we will see a visceral impact in SP along with o&g macro. I fully expect 40 to 60USD share price in 18 months
  • P
    Would you think it can be double by year end assuming oil and gas price stay high as now?
  • s
    Lets hope Vermilion doesn’t go too low these oil companies with low E/P are starting to get bought up Let’s hope Vermilion has repaired itself enough to fight off any take over bid. Any private or public company with a billion could be a real threat
  • D
    Dr. Zillman
    Well...looks like the media and the market have decided the Great Depression v.2 is around the corner.
  • J
    Bloomberg presently talking about the strong fundamentals of oil and gas. Problems with Europe supply chain. Remember Freeport’s gas facility is hampering exports of LNG to Europe and Russians are cutting back/off supply .
  • V
    In the mid to long term, what oil price is high enough for VET to be minting money while still low enough so that lots of new supply does not come online? I'm thinking it is somewhere just below $100. This current pullback in oil prices globally might just prolong higher prices over the longer term. Still long VET.