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  • foo_star foo_star Feb 4, 2013 8:22 PM Flag

    next newbuild

    due any day I'd say. a couple were pushed back from december into 2013 ostensibly to get them the younger model year. Also I like the improved volume we've been seeing. If we report an earnings beat then the volume could be sustained and we may be off to the races. Or not.

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • thanks for keeping track of the delivery dates, Foo. We seem to melting up on slightly increased volume. Its a reminder than ANY increased buying in this name will push it up quick, because of low float. SOME day, it will go over $5. Then there will be more inst. interest, and it could jump to $7-10 really fast. IMHO

      I'm in for the long haul, to put it in shipping terms. I kind of feel like I'm on a long and boring voyage. Hope there is profit sharing for the crew when we get there!

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      • Yes, been a LONG time too and it is nothing but boring blue water as far as the eye can see. Can't wait to see some green waters.

        The worm is turning though. This has ALWAYS been a "2013 and beyond" story. Now that we are getting past the warm-ups and into the real game, things are where they need to be. We are chartered up at modestly profitable rates for the near term and can raise rates as the market firms up and the cycle kicks in. It would be nice if the stock had a fawning institutional following like another product tanker company that I know, but I guess you can't have everything.

      • I came in on the drop we had recently. Plan to hold longterm, collecting the dividend alone the way.

 
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