US jet fuel production and stocks rose last week even as implied demand fell to one its lowest levels since 1995, US Energy Information Lowest demand for Jet fuel since 1995, yet airline traffic is way up. Must be mush more fuel efficient jets and refiners gouging airlines in despartiion. Delta was smart to buy that refinery last year.
ADSU was just upgraded to a $2 price target by Everest Stock Market Research, add this one to your watch lists immediately we could see huge gains tomorrow morning. The last alert they put a price target on went up over 3000% same day!
Taking the OILWELL off my desk, and I'm dusting off my huge DAL cup to replace it. Hope the refinery
really helps out the bottom line.....18" seats...why not have people pay more for a bigger seat?
Well Crammer can fit in one...but there's only one of him. I guess the Brain can too. GLTA.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Good thinking. The " booking window" is the time when booking takes place compared to the travel date. It seems to be increasing which, as you say, is a function of demand and also traveler confidence in the economy.
The merger will likely lead to slot purchase gains to Delta as well as allowing them to raise prices on routes where either LCC or American withdraws.
Nice action on DL today.
DL Diamond Medallion/Million Miler. I observe the following
(1) flights have never been this packed - domestic and international
(2) flights are booking up far earlier than before
(3) oil is falling and will fall further into 2014
(4) I bought some DL today based on #1, 2, 3, and Cramer
A huge bidding war is taking place for agricultural companies in Australia and New Zealand. Shares of Australia's oldest dairy company Warrnambool Cheese (WCB.AX) have gained 107% in the last two months from $4.50 to $9.30 with 3 companies bidding for them and Japan's Kirin just disclosing a 9.99% stake. Australia's Bega Cheese (BGA.AX) soared 41% in October and are up 168% this year. Australia's Freedom Foods (FNP.AX) soared 34% in October and are up 399% this year. New Zealand's Synlait Milk (SML.NZ) is up 71% from its July IPO price. New Zealand's Synlait Farms just received a buyout offer from China's Shanghai Pengxin and is up 180% this year.
PGG Wrightson (PGW.NZ) could become the next agriculture stock to explode, PGW is the largest seeds companies in New Zealand and Australia - and is also in the dairy livestock business, farmer irrigation business, and the wool business - with wool prices soaring 47% this year so far. PGW's fiscal 2013 wool EBITDA was up 124% and its fiscal 2013 water EBITDA was up 108%.
Agria (NYSE: GRO) saw this trend coming years ago and in 2011 its 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary acquired a 50.22% stake in PGW. On Thursday/Friday of last week, PGW brokeout to an 8-month high and GRO's stake in PGW currently has a market value of $1.92 per share. GRO bounced off of its 50-day moving average of $1.25 on Wednesday and bounced to $1.40 on Friday, breaking its 20-day moving average. GRO still has a lot of catching up to do and looks ready to soar 37% to $1.92 per share this week! A bidding war could potentially ensue for its PGW stake before long. Disclaimer: We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell until it reaches much higher prices.
Where is RocketBoy? Commander of Space ship? Finally, he's dream of conquering space is real!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The fundamentals are fantastic - the falling oil prices, the new transatlantic joint venture just when the British/European economy is strengthening and all the other things Cramer outlined.
Yet, this board is full of misfits, halfwits, the disaffected, and the irrational.
my six. I'm making a mint tonight. Me and Jimmy gonna hit Sizzler tomorrow and get stuffed on there all you'z can eat brunch.
Movin' on up.
just ask Jimmy. Every time he tail gun's me I let 'er rip. Been doing it since I joined the mile high club while on a charter working a World Series game. The ball boy showed me he could handle his bat as well.
Up 10% since that post. Another 10% to go before EOY to hit our increased PT of $30 this year. LOL
yours are really lame comments...
He sold 400k shares incl family trust shares, "Garson" is not how the french queeeaahs spell garcon, he has many more shares to sell at higher prices and more incentive shares coming annually, and the stock is not "posed" to drop -- instead, it is poised to rip past $30.
The chart is anything BUT cooling... in fact, ignoring the excellent fundamentals supporting the rise, the chart is looking almost parabolic today...even on a proper log chart. so no, it is "not stopped its rapid rise" [sic] and it certainly has yet to level off, and isn't posed for anything but hot on short stochastics. it is called a trend higher bub... you ride trends like waves.
And as for making your own "judgementals", that is the funniest of the many spelling and syntax errors in your thread. LOL