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Akko fórum 2024. 04. 29. 10:50
Ha ez megindul, akkor nem kell nagyítóval nézni mikor hova kötik le... Ugyanaz a csapat, mint az Autowallis-nál volt - szerintem az eljárás is hasonló lesz. Összerakják a hátteret szépen csendben és akkor állnak elő vele, amikor minden készen áll. Bájos volt olvasni, hogy mi mindent lehetne kisbefektetőként elérni, ha összefogunk, felszólalunk stb. - 80-85%-a a papírnak biztos kezekben van, semmi, de abszolút semmi esély bármilyen érdemi javaslatra. Ezt el kell fogadni és vagy várni, aki benne ül vagy eladni - ez türelemjáték, mindenféle garancia nélkül. De ha elindul, akkor egy nap alatt fog 100 Ft-ot emelkedni, de lehet többet is!
Akko fórum 2024. 04. 10. 14:24
Én úgy néz ki el tudok menni - az elmúlt 3 évben mindig ott voltam a közgyűléseken, plusz néha bementem megnézni a részvénykönyvet is. Ugyanakkor nagy illúzióim nincsenek, hogy mire vagyunk kisbefektetőként képesek... Belibeg egy kiscsaj kosztümben, mint múltkor és nála van a részvények 30%-a! Max kellemetlen kérdéseket lehet feltenni, amit Prutkay unott arccal fog hallgatni és még unottabban valami semmitmondó választ ad rá. Ilyen téren nekünk nem terem sok babér... Ha van valami tervük és lendületet kap a részvény, akkor max realizálhat mindenki nyerőt ott ahol kifullad a kockázattűrő képessége.
Akko fórum 2024. 03. 22. 14:32
Közgyűlésre ki fog jönni?
Financial Forecasts 2024. 03. 01. 20:19
okta ticket követi valaki? Szép jelentés után szinte hibátlan C vagy 3 hullám alakul! 
Financial Forecasts 2024. 03. 01. 04:41
Az igazgatóság vásárolt be. Nem adták el 8,80-nál,kivéve a CFO-t és most még rávettek. Remélem tudnak valami jó hírt. 
Financial Forecasts 2024. 02. 06. 13:55
RIG témára reagálva... Nem tisztem védeni a részvényt, de szerintem nem ennyire sötét a helyzet. Alább egy jó összefoglaló:
Transocean: Improving Liquidity, Deleveraging, And Potential Profitability Summary
  • Strengthening the balance sheet is a top priority for the company.
  • Deleveraging efforts have restored value to equity holders.
  • The company has completed key transactions to improve liquidity and refinance debt.
  • The stock is trading near 52-week lows.
  • Oil is far too cheap, given the current situation in the Middle East.
  Jeremy Poland Transocean (NYSE:RIG) stock price has been really struggling in the last couple of months. Despite the Red Sea crisis, oil prices have not exceeded the $100 mark. Brent is just in the $80s as I am writing this. The recent fleet status report and the quarterly earnings results disappointed the market, although these were not all bad news. So, RIG's stock is trading near 52-week lows. In this article, I will discuss the upside factors, RIG's valuations, and any key risks surrounding the company. My previous article In my previous article, I explained the debt exchange announcement and also commented on the recent quarterly earnings results. I explained why the results were not all bad news: the fact that Transocean's clients were willing to pay a premium on the company's services relative to peers, the high utilization ratios, and more possible contract announcements. The debt exchange organized by Transocean did not only lead to share dilution but also to improved financials, including the company's better cash position. But let us go to bears' key arguments. Bears' key arguments Amongst the key arguments that most Transocean bears mention are the following:
  • Challenges with profitability
It has been mentioned many times by different authors here on Seeking Alpha that the recent quarterly earnings were not quite impressive. This would in turn threaten Transocean's 2024 profitability. But this is not true.   Seeking Alpha In fact, most analysts expect Transocean to earn $0.22 per share in 2024. Indeed, it does not sound like too much money. But it is really good for a company that has been recording negative earnings for a while. Data by YCharts Moreover, earnings are expected to rise further.
  • Too much debt
Another argument mentioned by many bears is that Transocean has a heavy debt load. I would not argue with that. But the most important thing is that RIG's debt is manageable. The management has substantially improved the company's liquidity profile. For example, the revolving credit facility was extended to mid-2025. Certain bonds were exchanged as well. Four secured notes with improved amortization worth $1.175 billion were refinanced. $25 million of 2.5% senior guaranteed exchangeable bonds due 2027 were converted into RIG shares. I wrote about Transocean's debt exchange in my other article. $101 million of the outstanding 2025 and 2029 exchangeable bonds have also been equitized. And the management expects to decrease the debt to approximately $3 billion. The cashflow-producing ability of the company's current fleet supports long-term company debt of about $4 - $4.5 billion. The stacked rigs are obviously not taken into account. So, if the debt is lower than that, the extra cash flows can easily be shared with the company's shareholders. Moreover, a fleet of 25 - 30 ultradeepwater rigs requires a breakeven average day rate of $275000 - $300000. Free cash above this level could be used to repay debt. Even if the company finds it hard to pay interest on its debt (it may only happen in a few years' time; it is highly unlikely to happen in 2024), its management has already organized many debt exchanges, reducing the debt load and the annual interest paid. So, the debt load is well manageable, given the positive cash flows and the positive net results expected in 2024. Moreover, the offshore sector's recovery should also make Transocean's debt sustainable in the years to come.
  • No rig reactivations
The question of whether Transocean would reactivate its cold-stacked rigs often gets asked by analysts attending Transocean's earnings conferences. RIG's CEO, Jeremy Thigpen, normally says the company would do so only if it is profitable to do so. Many bears say that it will never make economic sense to reactivate rigs. In their opinion, this means Transocean's potential revenue and profit growth is highly limited. Indeed, if no more rigs get reactivated, then the company will be unable to substantially increase its backlog. Although Transocean's fleet is the largest in the industry, its utilization is less than 50%. So, most of the fleet is cold-stacked. I agree with the bears that if the oil prices and the offshore sector decline, then there will be no incentive to reactivate the cold-stacked fleet. But in my view, the company's potential reactivation costs are somewhat exaggerated. In one of the last earnings conferences, Thigpen named a number between $75 million and $125 million. Even if the actual costs are somewhat higher, it will still make economic sense to reactivate rigs if the day rates for deepwater and ultra-deepwater ships move further upward.
  • Overvaluation problem
Another popular bearish argument is RIG stock's overvaluation. I will compare Transocean's valuations to those of its peers in the "Valuation" section of this article. However, right now, Transocean's stock is lingering near 52-week lows. Data by YCharts So, the overvaluation problem seems to be less of an issue than it used to be at the end of September when the stock was worth almost $9 per share. Upside factors
  • Red Sea crisis
The Red Sea crisis seems to be largely underappreciated by the entire oil market. Everyone seems to be concerned with high levels of oil production in the US and many central banks' rather restrictive policies. Investors are afraid of oil demand destruction due to economic conditions. But it is really premature to say that the oil supply is very secure. For example, it was announced that the US Congress was demanding that Joe Biden strike Iran after three US soldiers were killed in Jordan in a drone strike claimed by the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, a militia group backed by Iran. The point I am making is that the situation is escalating, while many market players are simply ignoring this.
  • Offshore drilling market's recovery
Most authors and analysts admit the offshore market is recovering at a fast pace. For example, even the Bank of America predicts the market for offshore drillers is promising much more upside potential than onshore drillers.
  • New contract announcements
New contract announcements can also obviously push prices upward. For example, in December, Transocean announced a minimum 540-day contract for the Transocean Barents with OMV Petrom S.A. in the Romanian Black Sea at a rate of $465,000 per day, excluding additional services. The day rate is quite high and proves the offshore sector's recovery. But more contract awards are likely ahead. Here is what Jeremy Thigpen said during the earnings press conference: The company is discussing "follow-on work for the Deepwater Atlas upon completion of its current contract." The management is "already having conversations with numerous customers regarding additional 20-K programs, many of which are not expected to start for up to three years, once again demonstrating" the "customer’s belief in a prolonged upcycle. The Invictus is currently competing for multiple local campaigns, including one that" will most probably "require a high hook load seventh-generation drillships, the available supply of which is very limited." In addition, Transocean's CEO expects Brazil, Africa, the Mediterranean region, and even Australia to provide plenty of contract opportunities for the company.
  • Deleveraging
As I have mentioned above, Transocean has been very creative in retiring its debt. In some cases, it managed to do so without issuing more shares. Ideally, the management aims to decrease its debt to $3 billion. So, it means the debt will get easy service, the profitability will rise, and the company might even share some profits with its shareholders either in dividends or stock buybacks. Valuations to peers As I have mentioned before, RIG is not very expensive compared to its peers. This is particularly obvious if we compare RIG to Valaris (VAL). Below, I have inserted diagrams comparing RIG's stock to those of its peers. Data by YCharts Data by YCharts Data by YCharts If we look at the company's valuation multiples and compare those to its peers, we will clearly see that RIG is not profitable now, unlike other companies in the sector. But in some respects, Transocean's stock is not much more expensive than its competitors. This is especially true of Valaris. RIG is much cheaper than VAL in terms of EV/EBITDA, P/S and P/B. In fact, RIG is cheaper than many of its competitors in terms of P/S due to the fact that it is not profitable right now. However, this too shall pass. As I have mentioned above, the company is expected to earn a positive net income as early as this year.   Seeking Alpha Indeed, RIG's stock might not be as cheap as some might want it to be. But it is not particularly overvalued, especially given its leading position as an offshore driller. Risks First of all, Transocean is not a cash cow just yet and has some debt to manage. Very conservative investors might prefer to stay away from it and buy companies with an AAA credit rating. But RIG is a very sound bet on the offshore's recovery. In other words, there are solid gains to be made. Leveraged companies can appreciate much more than those carrying very little debt. Obviously, the extra debt is an additional risk if the recovery is not as fast as expected. There could be no gains but losses to be made. This is possible if there is a recession risk. Many countries, most notably China, are facing an economic slowdown. But central banks usually intervene when the economic indicators deteriorate significantly. So, it is not impossible that we will avoid a global recession in the next couple of years. Moreover, as many Seeking Alpha analysts have mentioned before, offshore drilling requires long-term investments and reasonably long contract awards. That is why short-term economic fluctuations will likely have no major impact on the future of offshore oil. Another risk is that of an oversupplied oil market. US onshore drillers seem to ignore the capital discipline and the obvious interests of their stockholders and produce too much oil and gas. OPEC+ members, however, are rather reluctant to oversupply the oil market. So, it is likely there will be some sort of balance here. Conclusion Transocean is the leading offshore driller. It has the largest fleet. Although it is a leveraged business, investors can gain a lot, thanks to the fact that RIG's stock can rise substantially on any piece of good news. Unlike so-called "blue chip stocks," high-debt companies' shares can either drop substantially on any bad news or soar on any positive announcements. The company is expected to turn profitable this year and has no significant debt maturities in the near future. RIG is a very good bet for investors betting on offshore oil's recovery. Finally, the stock is not overvalued compared to peers, especially after the recent price correction
Akko fórum 2023. 11. 28. 20:18
A valós közkéz nincs több 4-5 millió részvénynél! De lehet, hogy annyi sincs... A többi egy bizonyos üzletkörhöz tartozó cégek kezében van, akik egymás között cserélgetik időnként, hogy a forgalom meglegyen. Ez nyilvános adat amúgy, csak egy közgyűlésen bele kell nézni a részvénykönyvbe.
Akko fórum 2023. 11. 27. 16:54
Mindkét mozgóátlag (180 napos 230 Ft, 360 napos 237 Ft) szépen összesimult, tehát ha valamit akarnak lépni (pl. kötelező vételi), akkor ez kedvező kiindulási alap.
Akko fórum 2023. 11. 27. 14:11
Majd beletanulnak a lelkes fiúk is, hogyan megy az Akko-nál :) Amúgy egy érdekes papír, óriási potenciállal, ami nem feltétlenül a Neo eredményéből adódik. Én 3 éve tartom és követem a részvénykönyvet. Szvsz a valós közkéz kb. 15% - azzal megy a ficergés, de a többi biztos kezekben van. Ez akkor fog elindulni, amikor elindítják, nem pedig amikor a kis hazai spekahad megcibálja - azokat max. leveszik egy kis apróra.
Akko fórum 2023. 11. 26. 12:07
Hirtelen megjelent itt pár eddig nem látott ember, aki gyanúsan egy irányba kommunikál... 
Financial Forecasts 2023. 11. 16. 13:33
” Rig utilization on floaters remains high (95%) this year, and will be up to 100% in 2024, he said. Summing up the operating situation for offshore contractors, Mackenzie declared, “After eight years of winter [financially], cash flow is coming!”
Financial Forecasts 2023. 10. 30. 16:18
Inkább csak örül a piac, hogy se Irán, se Katar, se már komolyabb arab termelő ország egyelőre még nem tett félre nem érthető lépést Izrael ellen. Nyilván szóban elíténi a gázai offenzívát egy dolog, de a szájkarate nem hatja meg a tőzsdét ezek szerint. A szíriai és cisz-jordániai rakétázások meg úgy tűnik nem lépték még túl az ingerküszöböt. 
Financial Forecasts 2023. 10. 30. 12:48
10/27/23: Transocean Insider Shares Traded
Number of Shares Bought Past 3 Months: 5,935,188
Number of Shares Sold Past 3 Months: 453,429
Number of Shares Bought Past 12 Months: 124,715,629
Number of Shares Sold Past 12 Months: 3,198,996
Total Shares Traded Past 3 Months: 6,388,617
Total Shares Traded Past 12 Months: 127,914,625
Net Activity Past 3 Months: +5,481,759
Net Activity Past 12 Months: +121,516,633
Akko fórum 2023. 10. 05. 16:09
A reptér üzemeltetését egy cégnek szándékozik kiadni a kormány - a tőkeemelés, amire készült az AKKO pont ilyen mértékű lenne. Ezenkívül pont beleillik a Neo profiljába. Ez nyilván spekuláció, de az is érthető, hogy titokban tartják annak a cégnek a nevét, aki ezt a lehetőséget meg fogja kapni. Az Akko pont ideális jelölt lenne!
Akko fórum 2023. 10. 05. 15:26
nem, de amíg nincs kész a háttér, addig árkontroll van
Akko fórum 2023. 10. 05. 14:36
a reptér
Financial Forecasts 2023. 09. 19. 13:02
Napos grafikonon a 67,105-ről induló 1-es hullám 84,355-nél korrigált és akkor a 77,641-ről induló 3-as hullám valóban mehet 110 fölé akár. Ami szintén fontos, hogy a 2022. márciusi csúcs óta csökkenő trendből is kiléptünk szeptember 12-én!
Akko fórum 2023. 08. 15. 17:45
Hajlanék én is erre a magyarázatra, de ahhoz túl sovány ez a két nap (igazából másfél)... Tegnap 73m, ma pedig 122m... 250 Ft-os átlaggal 800.000 rv, miközben 33.355.200 rv van összesen... Ezzel sokan nem tudtak kimenekülni, az árról nem is beszélve!
Akko fórum 2023. 08. 15. 16:32
az nagyon olcsó húzás lett volna...
Akko fórum 2023. 08. 15. 09:49
Anno én így szálltam be, bár én 3.500-as célárat hallottam :) megtartottam a 2/3-át a pakkomnak - nem hiszem, hogy 300-400 körül fejezi be a megkezdett ívét...