Nothing but sellers, waterfall in to the close. So much for the pump job, that money is wasted too. I guess they will have to resort to futures tonight to get this market up.
Exmo, hello! I should have followed your trades...I'd be sitting on $400k right now. Debating on paying off the mortgage or sticking with my little piggy greedy mentality...waiting for a triple bagger from here.
Yes, Obama won the election because the alternative was Romney. So Obama was the lesser of two evils. That's not saying much. I don't think you leftys will be bragging much in 2 years after the midterm elections.
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I tried to make a point reatard!But..3 trillion times the "congrats" and 5 trillion times "predictions" ( like he has inside information and instead accumulating,he shares this information with total strangers :O)) ! :o)) Now go away,take your pills and change your aliases!
We finally agree on ONE thing S, that's the same idiot, Mad, Bad, Horizontal and Sas. He has many more like Klarafoods, that one he's a black female. this j #$%$ dooesn't stop. just ignore all of them, I have, he's useless.
Useless just like HEK!!!
Did you sell yet and move on Simeon? can you see that HEK is a overpriced company with zero profit or rev. Dead money, move on, cut your loss and find a better company!!!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
I hear ya,I was having a great year,Got smacked with Pay,I'm glad they pre announced I would have bought more,I had 3800 shares average price $29.11.Had the chance to sell AH yesterday in the $24's but thought it was overdone,then i saw the numbers later and knew it would be hit hard with downgrades today,If you live in the US its hard to see what this company is doing in Europe,I'm still holding but it will take a long time to get back up to $30.
Mod, still checking in here, but would not sell any of this right now. Spent the last two days listening to the Enercom O&G conference. Found three new companies to follow in the Mississipian Lime which I didn't know were there, they are, PQ, EQU & EMP. All the companies who are in the ML were very positive on the calls. CHK was also positive today on their CC on earnings. All this has to be good for SDCJF and the others I have in the ML. Good luck to all longs here.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
True. But the single LED fluorescent has not been commercialized. let's see what happens when it is!!
Industry groups appeal high-ethanol fuel case to Supreme Court
By Ben Goad - 02/21/13 02:26 PM ET
A coalition of industry groups asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to reconsider a lower court’s finding in favor of the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2011 decision to allow sales of the high-ethanol fuel blend known as E15.
In a petition to the High Court, the American Petroleum Institute (API) and several groups representing the food industry are seeking to overturn January’s ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The appellate court sided with EPA’s permitting the sale of E15 – gasoline with 15 percent ethanol, rather than the standard 10-percent blend – for cars made after 2001.
The oil and gas industry contends E15 is harmful to cars built to run on standard fuel and has warned that it could damage millions of vehicles. The argument is based on testing commissioned by the oil and auto industries.
“Had EPA stayed within its statutory authority and followed proper procedures, it would have waited until ongoing E15 testing on engines and fuel systems was completed before allowing the use of E15," said Bob Greco, API’s director of downstream and industry operations. “Then it would have discovered that E15 is not safe for millions of vehicles now on the road.”
The Renewable Fuels Association, a leading proponent of E15, offered swift rebuttal following Thursday’s filing.
“Good luck with that,” RFA president Bob Dinneen said. “We now know why gas prices keep going up and up – to fund unnecessary Big Oil lawsuits to protect their monopoly on the fuel market.”
Currently, E15 is not widely available. But the biofuels industry is seeking to meet rising blending targets established by the renewable fuel standard (RFS). The blending mandate requires refiners to blend 36 billion gallons of biofuels into traditional transportation fuels by 2022.
Industry groups say the E15 is only one of several underlying problems with the new standards and has called upon Congress to repeal them.
The E15 ruling was also criticized by food industry groups, which charge that it would hit already struggling American families in their wallets.
“The DC Circuit’s decision could not have come at a worse time – in the dead heat of August, as the most devastating drought we’ve experienced in the last 50 years drove corn prices up nearly 40 percent in a matter of weeks,” recalled Louis Finkel, executive vice president for the Grocery of government affairs at the Grocery Manufacturers Association. “The decision effectively increased demand for a crop that was already in extremely short supply, thanks to Mother Nature and an unworkable RFS policy.”
Dinneen, of the Renewable Fuels group, challenged that contention, as well.
“I wonder if food prices will spike as well to cover the cost of this Supreme Court challenge?” he questioned.
Bill Griffeth always acts amazed that the market is down. Like it must be some kind of mistake. Love to deliver a drop kick to his little rat face!