"OPEC is likely to confirm its output target of 30 million barrels per day given that its strategy of defending market shares is bearing fruit," said Commerzbank analyst Carsten Fritsch.
Doug who? A threatening email. Oh you mean the one that the sheriff has or is it the DOD or NCIC. You remember those threats correct Allen. What a fool you really are. Come on lets rehash some old posts. It appears this is all you can remember after another shot of wisdom juice.
Look how that shot of courage brought your wonderful self out of the shadows. S good ol Shot of courage helps you, does it not Allen. Pee brain literally.
You have to have a shot of courage juice before you even get up in the morning. Then you disappear to go sleep it off , only too to start all over again. Poor Allen c=just can't stay away from your shot of courage. Now go catch that train the hobos are waiting for you.
Man where is blackie did you give them the day off Allen. Hey you finish off that bottle yet because it sure appears that way. You know Robby sounds a lot like you and your other personalities. Stumbling and stammering about the board asking the same stupid questions with out an answer back as you so well do, Allen.
Wondering why LINN's buy out price "?", if it should happen, is so low. Your gullible feeble minds Just can't grasp the fact that this management team is not doing very well/ And that nice .1024 distribution isn't helping you 2 out against the SP falling. Hey cent/Allen you still buying on the way up like you said you like to do? Just the opposite of what others do. How is that working out. I am sure Robby will give you some tips. Now have another shot of cour-cour-courage
OPEC will meet on Friday (June 5, 2015) and most doubt that a production cut will result. If that is the outcome, expect the recent rally in oil prices to end badly. If producers cared about their investors and shareholders, they would be slashing production by shutting in wells. That might help oil prices rebound sooner and then, they could sell the oil at a profit instead of losing money while celebrating their own ingenuity.
Oh boy another with a bad attitude and a pickled brain.
Robby has anyone ever told you that you really are full of sheet.
If not here you go. You are full of sheet................
Certainly, GPD, the units' price would collapse. There'd be a godawful rush for the exit on record high volume, as most MLP investors are in it for the income and are probably unaware of the degree of risk they're taking. However, (1) if the cash flow that would otherwise go to the distribution were directed to reducing debt, and (2) the price of oil powered up to close to 80, then Linn would become a really interesting longer-term play. But it's asking a lot.
And they recommended a buy when LINE was in the high 30s. Also keep in mind that Zacks focuses on earnings when the relevant metric for an MLP is cash flow and DCF.
Oh brother opie boy. Why don't you give lying a break and tell the truth once in a while?
A basic understanding of Yahoo's email constitutes being "Mr. Technology"? The bottom line is that you told a stupid lie and got caught.