You need to go back and re-take 6th grade grammar, moron...it's "too often" not "to often". PS: you are not only stupid, you are delusional...I have NEVER told anyone to buy, to sell, or to hold, much less telling them to sell at 50, Gad, you are such an imbecile!!!
Ed, it strikes me as the mark of a real coward to call people enemies (in this case shorts/bashers) just because they have a different perspective than you. Far too many of us took a bath on this stock when Hession took over to be calling them names. Haven't you ever heard "respect your elders"? lol
Yea? Remember Cove comparisons? I repeat...we know nothing...best of luck to all longs, especially moderates/realists who have been through the wars.
Cant blame all that on Phil...the pumpers who claimed to know everything about the oil and gas markets, the value of condensates and the asian markets were to blame for the delusion as much or more than Phil. We just learned to ignore them like we learned that we don't have a clue where this will end up or when. Just revel in the strong upward movement
yea, you fear anyone who speaks the truth, unlike people who say "here comes 50" in what time period, fraudster junior? Your like a Ken Cooksam, except with a bad attitude. And you think IOC hitting 50 would stop me from calling YOU out? Just shows how stupid juvenile you are. Now if it got back to 60 in the next month, I'll stop complaining. I dip hope it goes to 50 in the next month, but I won't hold my breath...I'm getting tired of waiting for the later, later...always later and boo hoo, bad oil and gas market excuses. Just remember, Binkbanker went to his grave thinking IOC would turn the corner and get to those 120+ valuations "soon" That was over a year ago, if I recall. So if you want to pick on anyone who has unrealistic expectations, either good or bad, you are in for a long wait. Oh, that's right...Bonk has been right all along. So stuff it, meancodyjerk.
Buy all you want...that is not going to make it go up any faster. The only thing that matters is what the large institutional investors are doing and they look at Hessions words AND actions and that is why we cannot even get back to the low 60's. I at least give Hession credit for talking positively about IOC's future value. That's better than he did for most of his reign. Maybe if he had had a great message for the market when we signed the deal, we would not have lost so much of our hard earned money. Total certainly did their job of damping down IOC stockholder hopes. And because of this AND the oil and gas market realities, we cannot get a sustained rally going without money in the bank.
Hey finger...there is always some excuse. And if the timing of the deal in a declining oil gas deal market was an issue, Hession should have gone with Exxon
Hey Gerald...quit calling us losers...it already hurts when you ARE a loser, but to be then called one by a fellow in the same bucket...well that is just too much reality for one day. Well, I have hope again, so guess the risk seems worth it once more...lol. And congrats on the self-deprocating humor. It speaks well of you and any humor on this ugly site is a good thing. Now get to work and get some of that positive mojo working for us. I think we all deserve a POSITIVE kick in the butt for a change to reward patience and loyalty. I guess others are more loyal than me, but hey, I'm more loyal than IOC deserves, so gimme some good luck.
You must be a total moron, meancody....it's HIS thread. It may be negative, but he is not adding a slant to anything, unlike YOU, #$%$!!!
Of course it is especially impossible for ANYONE (including those on this or the SHU board who might claim some unique insights) to predict IOC's short term or daily movements. As often as not they are 180 degrees opposite of what one might product based on "news", or more general industry or market movements. But few seem to predict this stocks movements medium or long term either. Bonk and Raiseyou are the only ones that I can think of whose timing seems to be better than average. Feel free to stand and claim me, me, if any of you validly have been able to "play" or day trade this stock. But as long as the 6 years I have tracked IOC, it was a little more based on rumor in the phil days. Now that Hession has arrived with what seems like his "no insights" communication strategy, it just feels like we are adrift and subject to games and whims on a daily basis. I do yearn for stocks that correlate better with their industry, with analysts ratings, and with seemingly relevant "news", but not this stock. At least we are able to commiserate with our fellow longs or in my case, a long who has turned into a medium (long with significant in's and outs. Best of luck to you/us as oil and gas prices seem they will continue to solidify.