Your posts were right on.
But if you expect oilman to ever admit he was wrong, you will be waiting for something that will not happen.
He has no integrity. When cornered, he will always attempt to distract by some method or another, but he will never concede.
He owes apologies to so many people for the wrong he has done, but we should not expect it.
Well, I am certainly not trying to get in the middle of your war with Oilman, and the "wrong" you seem to be talking about is definitely different than his minor logical blip I was trying to point out this morning. I greatly appreciate the fact thatt both of you are believers in your stated views. I think all the board readers and posters gain from a discussion of facts supporting both views, but I dislike the personal vendettas that seem to arise and then, over time, consume the regular discussion of events. I dont see any negative in pointing ot shortcomings of logic based on facts (like I tried to do with the enterprise value consideration that Oilman appeared to miss this morning) because that is how we all gain perspective, and oftentimes I miss a point myself along the way. But the personal attacks, vitriol, and caustic sidebars dont add anything. Simply put, I like discussion vs name calling, so my request to you Valueman is to put a feather in your cap for being right today on the disappointing news, but please TRY to get back to your usual level-headed discussion of events (when you arent spending time calling Oilman an idiot). He too seems overpassionate in his remarks, but you have to admit, he has done more homework on acreage location, well flows, and operational dynamics than most around here have and he should not be dismissed as an idiot who "caused others wrong." We are all responsible for our own investments. Good luck and keep posting. Lex
I think the reality here is understanding what HK is, at this point in time. It seems most are investing because of Floyd Wilson....this is a consideration, because he is a winner, but this is not the same as his last venture.
I own 7500 shares, and I'm down some bucks at the moment. However, allot of this selling today was emotionally driven..if you let emotion drive your investment strategies...you can't make money. This is not a short term play, unless you're a trader.
One has to think Floyd knows what he's doing...wouldn't surprise me to see some money come into the stock tomorrow, or it could retest the lows.
It's going to be a volatile ride, that's for sure.