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It has really improved like other oil stocks. They cut their dividends. Balance sheet has really improved. Vermillion is not perfect, with more debt, less cashflow growth, and it is only growing from higher commodity price. It will only work if oil prices continue to go up. Not his favourite.

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He wouldn't own this name. There are too many assets globally and it is over leveraged. It's hard to maintain focus and cost controls globally. He would prefer a more focused company.
He owns it. He bought it in the $20 range. Everything has been hammered this week, so you have to be forgiving of some names. If Vermillion doesn't pick back up to the $20 range, he would be worried. It's a well-run company that is better than some in the space.
He’s not bullish on it. All oil and gas stocks are showing the same down-ward trend. He doesn’t see a lot of volume so he would avoid this stock. If it drops below $18.50, get out.
Cash generation is improving, dividend yield and stock buy backs is improving. Share holders want a return through dividends or buy backs. It's at 14% yields.
Wants to like it, but hasn't seen any reason to. They made an acquisition of Spartan in Saskatchewan to diversify their asset base. The fall of Canadian energy has weighed down on the stock price. Wouldn't buy it today and would buy pipelines instead. They pay a good dividend and doesn't foresee it being cut.
A good, well-run company with a sustainable dividend, but you don't want an oil company paying a big dividend. Rather, they should invest that money in drilling.
They have both foreign and Canadian oil assets. Investors like the former, but less so the latter. She hasn't bought Canadian oil companies because of takeaway capacity (lack of pipelines). That said, Vermillion is better-positioned because they hold assets outside Canada.

Chart shows it was in a slowly dying down trend, and had a nice break out at the beginning of the year. It then pulled right back. Stocks can swing around a lot. No pension manager or large institution is going to trade a $2 stock. You are generally at the mercy of retail investors. Sees a weakening pattern and at best it looks neutral. If you made some money, he would consider moving on to greener pastures.

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Vermillion Inc(VRML-Q) Rating

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What is Vermillion Inc stock symbol?

Vermillion Inc is a American stock, trading under the symbol VRML-Q on the NASDAQ (VRML). It is usually referred to as NASDAQ:VRML or VRML-Q

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On 2020-06-11, Vermillion Inc (VRML-Q) stock closed at a price of $4.