They can survive and do well ... the media, as well as the idiot board have conspired to foul things up ... need some time and this will be a winner again
Many ETE shareholders appear to be as delusional as the ETE CEO K Warren. Pretty pathetic. They should be forced to pay for ETE's wrong way deeds, IMO. ETE has shown their ignorance in trying to buy WMB, when they really should never have tried, in the environment which was present.
Very strong buying and this is the end of the quarter ... some must want to make sure it is on their books. Technically, it is looking better and better
WMB has a better future than ETE, with new projects. Doesn't matter what ETE does, though I would prefer WMB stays independent and collects some reimbursement from ETE for their inappropriate deal setup. Media BS makes it look like WMB is in trouble ... not so!
Have a nice life!
It is not as if the yes vote will make the deal happen ... it WILL NOT, because ETE does not have the wherewithal to close the deal. All it does is light a fire under K Warren, which is the right thing to do. If he wants to kill the deal, he should be found to have to pay the penalty ... or offer a different deal to WMB, which would then have to be voted on
It was very clear the deal was not going to happen, I did not vote. Did not want to tie up my shares ... it has paid off. Been adding since post close Friday
He is trying every avenue he can to make the deal go away ... in a way, it is hilarious, but since we are WMB shareholders, it is not funny. The latest counter suit entails saying WMB should pay for obstructing the deal and not helping to finance it. I wonder what today is going to bring??
Yes, Harehau, in the long run, what one does, does get remembered. Note ETE is just up over 1% today and not much yesterday. I see this as a reversion back to more reasonable levels for WMB, after getting sold off and shorted hard, because of the drop in crude and convoluted mess caused by ETE
He is so full of BS, but I give him an "A" for trying. Saying ETE is no longer talking to WMB and WMB owes ETE a breakup fee ... does it get more delusional than that ... or am I missing something?
Very good news ... in total 6 directors are resigning. Harehau called it ... this is what needs to happen to begin getting WMB on track. It will eventually perform far better than ETE. Good riddance to the dirt bags!
These two managements are going to knock each other out ... would be nice if they did and we got some new people
Story says they tried to oust the CEO and failed
WMB should not want to close the deal to become one with ETE. WMB will go down, if it happens. Maybe not in the long run, but in the short run, it is bad. WMB better alone
Coal usage is being replaced by nat gas for electric production by utilities ... has to be good for pipelines, like WMB. All this deal #$%$ will fade away into the rearview mirror