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  • salipenta salipenta Feb 11, 2011 9:04 AM Flag

    ouch the excruciating pain Snarfysnarf must be in.

    Snarfy, I've read your well thought out posts and will concede that you may have a point. However, sometimes stocks trade aside from their fundamentals for a variety of reasons. Look no further than netflix which has probably bankrupted many shorts who read the financials and see thru the smoke.

    LNG is at a turning point in the NG industry and the barriers to entry in their industry is significant. They are the front runners and will survive. Fund managers will invest based on their potential future earnings. I'm sure you've seen that many times.

    As far as their debt goes, they will either gain extra financing or perhaps issue new shares. I do not see any dilution as significant because investors will be willing to pay more than the current share price once the DOE renders that decision in March.

    I am long and will add on any dips. I usually buy companies with solid financials but in this case we are talking about a game changer in the NG industry. Best to you.

 
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