I was confused when the trading stopped for 45 minutes. Management stated that they would announce after the close, but I guess they are sick and tired of short selling swine.
A debt free WG is worth a ton. Once again, the company has brought somewhere in the neighborhood of $.35 to $.50 per share to the bottomline by paying down the debt. Revenues were off the hook at $534 million for the quarter far exceeding expectations, and GAAP earnings are close at hand. My analysis says the core drivers of profitability and revenues will be left in tact, and debt will be completely erased soon.
A move to $10 to $14 per share is close at hand..................GLTA longs. Short sellers? Burn in hell!
Our time is now/approaching...............WG is positioned well to participate in the ongoing North American energy boom. It will last for a decade or two, with some nearterm high volume activity.
This bodes well fo the long position from a valuation standpoint. Soon the company will be debt free,
and even with Nigeria, the net naked enterprise value is under $500 million. In other words, 25% of 1X revenues. WG will begin to show real bottomline performance in the next two quarters.
It's unavoidable now...................the stock goes higher. Watch for brokerage upgrades.
Our mistake might be, not holding for another 12 to 24 months where we might see $18 to $34 per share...............check that, not continuing to buy at this level.