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  • helpmepark helpmepark Jan 15, 2007 9:04 PM Flag

    What is a good entry point ?

    I have some mony to inwest and don't know wether I should.
    What would be a good price to pay for 100 shares?

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    • can watch ROBTV on line at absolutely the best business channel, i love it!... great commentaries..... oil, gold, gas, large caps, small caps, Canadian, US and global companies...highly recommended
      Under the Programs you will find Market Call or SqueezePlay (my two favorite programs) when you go there click WATCH PAST VIDEOS
      then look for Market Call Tonight with Michael Hainsworth and SqueezePlay with Amanda Lang and Kevin O'Leary

      then you may play for example Yesterday program (very interesting gold outlook)
      7:00 PM ET
      Market Call Tonight with Michael Hainsworth
      Canadian Mining Companies and Gold
      Paul van Eeden, president, Cranberry Capital
      or today
      7:00 PM ET
      Market Call Tonight with Michael Hainsworth
      Canadian and U.S. Large Caps
      Brian Acker, president and CEO, Acker Finley

      or chose some other one, I don't known how far back you can go (I'm watching everyday on TV) as far as I can see at least one week back is possible.
      Everybody love this channel.

    • Quicky - Can not get ROB TV. Reception not that good here in Houston. I think that in the past high oil prices always led to inflation which in turn got the Fed rasing rates which in the end crashed the economy and destroyed the demand and prices came a tumbling.
      Why higher oil prices have not ignited inflation this time is still some what of a mystery. But the Fed has certainly been raising rates and causing another mystery, the time duration of this inverted yield curve without causing any apparent ill effects so far.

    • Good points made, randy.
      There is one more point I heard on ROBTV:
      Every time oil dropped 20%, a recession followed.
      Your last post actually deserved a new thread.

    • Whomever you are since you seem to love conspiracy. Here are some facts or at least something to consider when trying to do the impossible which is to predict the future pricing of energy.
      Does the following foreshadow an OPEC split?
      The saudis seem to think that there is no reason to panic over current oil pricing. Is this perhaps the first shot in an economic war against Iran? Look what Ahmadinjad has been up to.
      Now if Bush can get the King, who with at the ranch he is on a hand holding basis, to co-operate with him in his ecomomic boycott attempts against Iran he can also take out Chavez. Without high oil prices Ahmadinjad and Chavez are both toast and so is financing for alternative energy ventures. Bush wins the King wins and in the end oil wins and higher oil pricing will return.
      This economic warfare path is a much better path to take than going straight to war if it can work. The trick will be to get Russia and China to go along with it. Straight to war is straight to high oil prices and a world wide recession not to mention the lives needlessly lost.

    • I read this yesterday by quickybuck:

      ""You seem to come crawling out of a hole during lunch time.
      Go back and eat your lunch and have a good crap and maybe,
      only maybe you posting @#$% here goes down the toilet.""

      Then I checked it out and he is very right.
      You must be very sick that is what your comments tell me.

    • I am sory I asked this question.
      You always come out at lunch time to stir up shit.

    • In next few days you may see $1-$1.5 correction here but you may not, IMHO this is a very good entry point for mid-long term investment, I'm totally loaded at this level, my next target price is $54 - $56 and $1 down here won't make any different at this point.
      Just watch next two trading days and make your own decision but if price will rise with out any correction then you better act fast, good luck!

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