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Chesapeake Energy Corporation Message Board

  • danjason2002 danjason2002 Jan 8, 2007 3:17 PM Flag



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    • 70 in DC ya say? Huh, that'd be nice - we won't be getting that here in MKE, actually talking snow for a change and highs well below freezing - Yippie - finally winter (and not just excited because I am long CHK).

      As far as builds go, that assumes that there are no big hurricanes that cause supply issues and there is not a big heat wave causing a whole lotta AC usage - remember NG becoming more and more of a source of electriciy generation.

      As many say on this board and I agree with, this current place is not good for traders but a great opportunity for investors, and I typically like to be an investor. Lost a couple hundred bucks trading some Jan. calls I bought a couple of weeks after the secondary announcement (oh well, you win some you lose some).

    • Although I have nothing against Aubrey, I think CEO's are totally over paid! This a big joke on shareholders everywhere. It's obscene how much compensation they get. The Home Depot was the limit. We all ought to raise hell about it. That Ahole ceo got almost a quarter of a BILLION when he resigned! That's BILLION.

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      • You forgot to add that "Ahole" presided over Home Depot when it got it's proverbial tail in the wringer...yeah, no question he was a keeper all right...I couldn't be more in agreement that most CEO's are just members of the "Good ol Boy Club", ie it's a rigged game with the members looking after each other at the expense of the shareholders...

        Least Aubrey, hubris notwithstanding, seems to be a good CEO from an Operation's standpoint...if we could just get him and his stooges to quit diluting, we might just get "well"...

    • where do you see him buying lately?

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