Wally, butter2butter, hockey? Minor league for a perv like you. Bacon is laughing "all the way to the bank".
Better late than never I guess. Maybe sentiment improves if OCN improves? (that's a rhetorical question mark)
I told you I wouldn't ignore you. I was supposed to be on your "ignore list." As for people who can receive Yahoo messages but not yahoo finance I find that hard to believe. As for people who have money to invest or are invested but don't know when the dividend dates are but rely on you is looney. It's a public forum and if I see your clutter I might point it out. But if this is your "business" perhaps your own website or chat room be more appropriate. Your stuff is as brilliant as babs pointing out the stock has fallen.
Wrong again bacon and beef and any other of your multiple personalities you chose to have your thoughts. Repeating press releases, dividend dates, still stupid no matter how many of you do it.
Yup, Bacon, Beef, Barmitzvuh, it wasn't you. True to form your redundance is not lost on yourself. I read the press release and your reiteration. And now a conspiracy theory.
The Apple mention makes as much sense as Ron Johnson saying JC Penney reminded him of Apple. Totally weird - both comments from you and Ron. Last year there was a nut on this board who floated the notion Saudis were smart, had a plan, and would pick up the pieces (like AWLCF at $15/share). He wishes he could buy more but 'he is loaded up here' - no kidding!
I think oil is too emotional of a commodity in terms of price prediction. And, while the type curves of shale wells is widely known it's hard to dismiss the high levels of debt many US oil companies have taken on. I believe it was Merrill Lynch (or some other major brokerage) who estimated the cost of production in the US at $45/barrel. Also note the development this spring of wells being drilled but waiting to be fractured (based on price). With less rigs operating it is also possible the cost of drilling falls and brings down the cost of production with it. In short there is no shortage of overhead supply. The situation of low oil prices can only be mitigated by a strong increase in demand.