West Texas Resources signs Joint Venture Agreement

Frisco, Texas, June 29, 2018 (Globe Newswire) — West Texas Resources (“WTR” or the “Company”) (OTCBB:WTXR) announced today that the Company has agreed to a Joint Venture Agreement with Miller Oil Properties, Inc. and D-Mil Production, Inc. (“Miller Companies”). WTR will acquire certain non-operated working interests in properties which are currently owned by non-operating partners to the Miller Companies.  These properties are located in Oklahoma and Texas and operated by the Miller Companies.

Under terms of the agreement WTR acquires most of the non-operated working interest in the properties which are located in south central Oklahoma and north Texas. The properties currently comprise working interests in nineteen (19) wells, ten (10) of which are wells that are currently waiting on re-completions and/or work overs.  As part of the Joint Venture Agreement, WTR will fund the development of Proved Behind Pipe Reserves and Proved Shut-in Reserves on these ten wells. The total estimated capital required to carry out the development plan is $423,500.00. Purchase and Sale Agreements (PSA) for the non-operated working interests have previously been negotiated by the Miller Companies and are in hand. WTR will pay $250,000.00 to acquire the non-operated working interests under PSA. Hunter Stuart Energy Advisors and Ponderosa Resources Corporation, who provided financial advisory and petroleum engineering services will be paid a sum of $100,000.00 upon closing of the PSA, fifty percent (50%) of this fee may be paid, at the option of WTR, in WTR stock based on the closing price of WTXR common shares on the date of execution of this agreement.  Closing of the PSA is subject to WTR’s ability to raise the required capital to acquire the working interests. Continue reading

5 Benefits of Stock Trading with Long Term View

Both short term and long term trading can be effective trading strategies, however, long term trading has several significant advantages. These include the effect of compounding, the opportunity to earn from dividends, reduction of the impact of price fluctuations, the ability to make corrections in a more timely manner, less time spent monitoring stocks.
1. Compounding: Time is an investor’s best friend because it allows for compounding effect to take place. Compounding is the mathematical process where interest on your money in turn earns interest and is added to your principal, and if the stocks or equity mutual funds are selected carefully, it can give very good gains over longer time frame.
2. Dividends: Holding a stock to take advantage of payouts from dividends is another way to increase the value of an investment. Some companies offer the ability to reinvest dividends with additional share purchases thereby increasing the overall value of your investment. Additionally, dividends are more a reflection of a company’s overall business strategy and success than volatile price fluctuations based on market emotions. Continue reading