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    by romrrs Jun 27, 2014 9:36 AM

    Wow nice find! I agree I think SFY is super cheap and we just need to wait it out.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    article

    by romrrs Jun 27, 2014 9:36 AM

    "What is Chen Selling" By The Energy Report

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    by romrrs Jun 27, 2014 9:36 AM

    What is the title of the article? I don't see anything, I am on the email alert from SFY and the shares are doing anything either.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • seekingalpha has story on SFY. Very bullish

  • Reply to

    Short Interest has been decreased at June 13, 2014

    by halap5 Jun 26, 2014 2:39 PM

    Lower...yes, but still high. Higher than any stock I've been invested in, percentage wise.
    Good earnings could really squeeze these guys.
    If we are going to show a profit this quarter, why wouldn't they be running for cover already?

  • Reply to

    Short Interest has been decreased at June 13, 2014

    by halap5 Jun 26, 2014 2:39 PM

    Short interest is at the lowest lever since February 14, 2014.

  • Settlement Date Short Interest Avg Daily Share Volume Days To Cover
    6/13/2014 15,462,641 973,800 15.8
    5/30/2014 15,991,077 1,160,861 13.7
    5/15/2014 17,560,249 2,354,963 7.4

  • Reply to

    This stock is going to be well over $35

    by halap5 Jun 12, 2014 3:24 PM

    World peace is in terrible condition, sectarian war is spreading in IRAQ, LIBYA and Nigeria. Iran and Turkey are involved, this is dangerous, if Iran sends their militias to Iraq, or if USA and Western countries bombs to Sunni militias, Saudis and Qatar may get in the war or cut their oil productions. Ukrainian peace deal is fragile, therefore oil may go well over $150, and entire world economy might collapse. In my opinion Swift Energy is very safe investment under all these conditions, they have very productive fields at South Texas Eagle Ford, Louisianan Lake Washington and Colorado Niobrara. I do not want to pump the stock however since I have experience at Eagle Ford and Niobrara, I believe this company is in excellent condition, and I believe share price is going to well over $35 sooner than most expected.

  • This is an excellent, very profitable company. Annual revenue is going to be close to a Billion dollars in 2014, I believe Statoil, EOG or Anadarko is going to buy it over $35 per share. Good Luck Longs.

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    Depreciation & DEPLETION

    by muckahoy88 Jun 25, 2014 7:51 PM

    Hey not to beat you over the head on your stupidity, but your idiotic comment about the Louisiana properties possibly being worth nothing is hilarious. Read the SEC filings and you will learn that oil production is currently occurring on these properties and SFY has the mineral rights to about 100K acres of land. So worthless? Ha, thanks for the laugh.
    No wonder you have numerous thumbs down. Nothing but nonsense.
    Good entertainment though.

  • Reply to

    Depreciation & DEPLETION

    by muckahoy88 Jun 25, 2014 7:51 PM

    You are too funny and illiterate. Read my first response to you.............SFY is currently profitable and NG is around $4.50. I guess I had to state the current price since you aren't capable of putting two and two together. Oh well, shows your research capabilities.
    I have a nice profit in SFY currently and look forward to a greater profit in the near future.
    You are entitled to your opinion as I am mine. Facts show my opinion is factual versus your dribble.
    Good luck with your short.

  • Reply to

    Depreciation & DEPLETION

    by muckahoy88 Jun 25, 2014 7:51 PM

    Look who's calling the kettle black! Of course I know what you meant by
    deletion. I singled it out because it demonstrates impreciseness, a fatal flaw
    in the stock mkt. You express yourself poorly. I didn't ask for advice. I know
    what depletion is. Your lack of understanding is your undoing. The co is NOT
    doing fine. A little better maybe. But loading co up with debt is NOT paying
    off, just digging a bigger sink hole.Sorry to bust your balloon but truth is you
    are living in a dream world hoping for the best.. Who knows what sale of La.
    property will bring - if anything? Why did they buy it in the first place? Frankly
    I'm a big a gambler as the next guy, but I can't know what I don't know.
    Now, for the 3rd & final time do you wish to answer my question. Re-read
    1st post again-carefully. If you wish to answer ok. If not don't. No riddles please

  • Reply to

    Depreciation & DEPLETION

    by muckahoy88 Jun 25, 2014 7:51 PM

    Wow! My post was nothing but nasty. Your response pretty much shows a lack of intelligence with your name calling and all. Anyone with a pea for a brain would know "deletion" was a typo for depletion.
    SFY is an O&G exploration company and sometimes you need to spend a little money upfront to make some in the future. The nature of the business. Yes, their spending has not resulted in increased revenues but that looks to be changing with the latest exploration and production results. They are addressing their debt level with the recently announced JV and hopefully a soon to be announced sale or JV of their Central Louisiana properties.
    You can put whatever credence you desire in The Street. I don't much follow their dribble.
    SFY is operating profitably and will continue to do so based on recently announced production news.
    Give your name calling a rest. It only shows your stupidity and immaturity.

  • Reply to

    Depreciation & DEPLETION

    by muckahoy88 Jun 25, 2014 7:51 PM

    I'm invested in this stock & don't need non-answers from imbeciles. What do you
    mean by "reading up on depreciation & deletion", what's deletion anyway? This co not making
    enough CF to support capx. Since 2006 debt up 259% & REVENUE yr end 2013 is LESS
    than 2006. The Street, Cramer's online financial report just came out with a frightening review
    of SFY. Their rationale is ok but fails to take into account current developments. Who are you
    anyway to say my posts are "nonsense" Why?I don't make wild predictions on future 'stock
    price nor berate posters. My questions are legitimate & not intended to be argumentative.
    You not only didn't answer my question but are nasty too boot. Get lost rectum chsm.

  • Reply to

    Depreciation & DEPLETION

    by muckahoy88 Jun 25, 2014 7:51 PM

    Your post is nonsense as usual....SFY is operating profitably. I suggest you read-up on depreciation and deletion since you don't appear to have an understanding. Also read-up on the latest production results and you'll see SFY is doing just fine.

  • Last few yrs total a staggering 40%+ of revenue. In fact 3/31 qtr was 43% & fy2013 44%.
    Right now running about $250m/yr. Since it's a bookkeeping entry is this accurate? If so
    co would have to invest at least this much just to keep up. In fact co has been investing much
    more. Something is not right, mainly selling price was much too low, or wells deplete too fast,
    or both. Low NG price is the main culprit. Need at least $5mcf to be profitable. Thoughts?

  • Good points accross the board...
    Especially on the inability to short shares physically held.
    In a way, I agree with the notion of not being able to short shares with sell orders but when we bounce on earnings, I would hate to have a sell order in at a meer $20.
    Maybe a sell order at $50 is more like it!

  • They never expected $175 Million in CASH from Indonesia.
    They never expected USA to export eagle ford light sweet crude.
    They will be shocked at the cash Swift generates from the Louisiana sale.
    They will be shocked at the production of natural gas and oil from the eagle ford acreage.
    They won't believe natural gas prices will be north of $6 MCF at some point this year.
    They won't believe crude prices will stay over $100 for remainder of 2014.
    The shorts could have covered under $10 this year, but most didn't.
    Show the short maggots no mercy. If you own SFY, place automated sell orders in at $20+ per share.
    Shares with sell orders in place cannot be used as house share ammo by the shorts.
    Demand physical delivery of shares in non-retirement accounts. Shares in YOUR hands cannot be shorted, unlike house account digital shares at brokers.
    Buy more shares of Swift Energy and let patience and book value $24 overcome the greedy shorts.

  • Quality Eagleford Oil good for export and close to Gulf, Yeah!!!

  • Reply to

    Swift Bonds

    by curious1xxx1 Jun 25, 2014 11:37 AM

    SFY won't go belly up. A nice yield even with the premium you paid

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