You could be a billionaire and I wouldn't want to trade with you. If the price for being as rich as you say you are, is to be as much of an #$%$ as you truly are, then No Thanks. Shorts like you are the parasites of the world, and if you value what comes after this life -- you better not be calling people "fool" as often as you do. Has consequences for @#$holes like you.
No, what's childish is some #@#hole short rubbing every long's nose in it. Be happy for your win and move on -- only greedy people need a pint of blood from the losing party in addition to their gains.
I'm sure there are some smart shorts that are looking to cover without creating too much of a stir. The Brexit thing is keeping the trading in check today-- but the big news this morning was that the Saudis want to bury the hatchet as far as the price wars go... but again, it's gotta be more than shorts covering....4 million shares is a lot to be short, but more than 10 million shares have traded since the peak roughly 2 weeks ago, which in and of itself means there MUST be a big deal going down. I also bought into CRR since I think the oil sands industry is in for some relief. I think CVEO and CRR are both long-term big winners. Don't invest in finding gold, invest in the guys selling the shovels. I think that's the best way to play oil here now. Good luck to ya!
I'm not sure about the timeline-- but CVEO was (and still is) a US-registered company in TX-- could it be that with the incorporation in Canada that it must also have Canadian holdings/investors by law before the incorporation can happen? Dunno, but that might also explain the upgrade-- Howard Weil is located in New Orleans, but Scotiabank is the 3rd largest bank in Canada....
Agree with the notion that there's big buyer and a big seller that have decided to do the transaction on the open market... over 10 million shares have exchanged hands since the peak back. If most is from one seller, it would have to be from Fidelity to an unknown buyer, I think. Somebody is building or outright buying a 10% stake.
So Liz, how many aliases are you using? So far I have counted 3, but it does seem very convenient to blame Yahoo for you wanting to take to the hills, now that everybody knows you're a fraud...
...or is that that you really are an overweight Long Islander in a tacky green vest on Wall Street, playing the part of a not-so-ordinary Hausfrau, but you've been found out because your mannerisms don't match the schtick you've chosen?
Is this for real? How are we going to make it to a billion dollar valuation, Liz? How is that going to happen, Larry?
It starts off at, like 1.83
Thanks Liz, oh, I'm pretty sure you're "Lola" all the time. having fun at the show? Is JP Morgan hustling as many people there as "your company"
It used to be for Liz, Steve, Don, Dallas, but noooo more! Squeezed all the money out of the newbies--now they want you to buy other garbage, newbies, so that you can lose even more money.