Listen, I've got to make Chili so I only have a second. I just want to point out that normally on a big, big day like this many are tempted to take some off the table and that's okay ... profits are profits and you've earned them if you invested early ... I just want to warn you about two things ... first, do not go "all out" because that would just be silly ... this is a potentially explosive situation (literally, ha!) ... and, the second thing is the Senior Notes are about to get listed and the underwriters will likely "encourage" the company to put out some good press to move the notes ... just don't get caught on the wrong side ... you may wake up tomorrow and this will be trading at $7+ ... glta
Good point.. I made the mistake over a year plus ago when HPT lowered their rent sold at $7 after it moved up from $5 just to watch it continue the next few days all the way to $12!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and that was when they had many issues to deal with unlike they do today...
yes...I have not sold a single share for fear of missing what is inevitable. TA could go parabolic very soon, especially since earnings are due out soon, plus possibly the Shell Natgas deal.
It all goes back to the Warren Buffet quotes we discussed earlier, “Be Fearful When Others Are Greedy and Greedy When Others Are Fearful” and “Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.”
The trick is to figure out which one applies on days like today. Once again, I would just like to point out that the company is about to list $100 million in Senior Unsecured Notes on the Amex tomorrow ... the face value of these notes is roughly 64% of the current market cap for the entire company ... the underwriter's would like to move these notes quickly ... the company will be highly encouraged to help them ... now, I'm not sure what type of positive news the company is ready, willing, or able to share with the world ... it may be a Shell Project update ... it may be news on an acquisition ... but, it's likely coming soon ... glta