"First, there are a few interesting things to consider when speculating on a bounce in natural gas.
Natural gas currently trades just around $2.50. If we look back on the long term chart of natural gas, the time spent under $2.50 has historically been limited. Over the past 15-years, each of the four times the commodity spent time below $2.50, it followed with a rebound back above $6.
Also, with coal still representing the majority of fuel used to generate electricity, there are forthcoming new Environmental Protection Agency rules that will force power companies to switch from coal to natural gas as early as this summer, creating instant demand for natural gas.
Finally, perhaps the greatest energy trader of all-time, and self-made billionaire T. Boone Pickens, has recently said he thinks we will see $6 natural gas again.
If he’s right, and natural gas bounces back to levels last seen just over a year ago, many small and mid-cap natural gas stocks are in position to triple, by returning to levels these stocks traded when natural gas was last $6."
I can't - you, Hastert and all the little children are taking up the entire sandbox we hear...
everyone knows it will be inferior, on every metric. that is the only way they can get the price down to the level they claim it will be. you are un-employed parasite, probably drawing SS disability for some sort of "depression" or other mental disorder that keeps you from being able to hold a job.
At iHub by Alias “dmcc” He is not appreciated and
therefore frequently get banned by his primitivity !!
When I took my initial position in ALTR on Apr 30 at 41+, the largest OI positions were puts at higher strikes. I bought anyway, but it gave me pause. Poor devils... I guess they were just kneejerk traders with little understanding of the reasons for the deal, probably just saw a bad looking chart. So now I have little faith in the option chain correctly predicting future stock price.
frey)guy17/sfrieberg_88's brain is full of feces, but it is the bank of rational thinking. What does the word rational mean? The bank of rational thinking believes China hates Ariad. IGNORE works great for the feces-filled bank of rational thinking? LOL! I am ignored by you. So you cannot see my poss. LOL
How does something "disappear" while being readjusted
down barely (8.78-7.49) = $0.71 ... hmm.. get real...even
at $7.49 a stock price of $ 42.50 is ridiculously priced at
less than 6 PE....
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