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You lost all your money in the stock market dude. Why would I want to beat you up too? I feel sorry for you man. Just look at your anger from being long WLL all the way from $92 LOL
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Can you make the trip?
You have been laughed at on every board on yahoo over the last 3 years. You rode WLL down from WLL LOL You are called the psycho stalker lol
A 10% move like that definitely has me fearful of shorting anything related to oil. Sold all shale puts this morning. I'm done with oil for now unless it's a bank like BOKF that will be affected by the oil crash. Good luck.
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I doubt the bank will cut the revolver, but it might not be increased from $2.5B to $4B that CLR desperately needs. If oil and NG prices stay around this level, CLR will either have to issue more shares or go bankrupt.
Mostly short covering. Once it's over, oil will drift down again.
Was it because of this secret meeting with venezuela with opec trying to get them to cut production finally? And to exacerbate things........Hedge funds and other large speculators had last week amassed the largest short position in US crude oil since March. As of Tuesday, they held paper positions betting on lower prices equivalent to more than 191m barrels of oil, but traders said they had moved to buy these back as equity markets stabilised. So if it was all on the ven/opec meeting and they don't cut, oil back down. A 10% one day pop in oil really concerns me being short. I almost went long some front month uso calls on Thursday and wish I would have. $14 calls went from 30c to $1. Those same calls were FIVE CENTS on Wednesday.