Small caps and energy seeing a surge in inflows lately. Is this just s-term buying on the dips or is it more of the same?
Interestingly, a separate report from BofAML's chief investment strategist, Michael Hartnett, issued a caveat that the flows could be "ETF creation for new shorts," implying traders trying to push momentum in a space that they then seek to bet against.
It's anything but. It's months of total negative results sir. Who loves constant negative returns all the while watching the overall FED led stock market go straight up? Give me a break. I'm very disgusted and have absolutely NO idea where XCO will be price-wise in the future. Nor does anyone else. You I'm sure have a much more optimistic opinion and hopefully you'll be correct but XCO's industry is not where the funds are flowing. NG prices are stagnant at best. Due to an over supply of the stuff. Will this scene ever change? I have no idea. Maybe you truly do and that's why you don't see things as negatively as some of us. It's possible.
You're not very smart now are you son? If Russia gets really PO'D and decides to drown the world alike in NG then prices will drop precipitously. Which in turn will reduce Asian imported NG pricing from the USA. Like daaaaaaa.
I don't know about $2.35 but would note rule anything out in this industry. Nothing is going our way. Winter report yesterday on the Weather Channel sounded much colder than today's other report. But the Weather Channel lives and breathes negative BS. Just go on their website any day of the week. They'll find something negative to rant on. And the Saudi attempts to thwart our oil shale industry is not helping matters.
But he's been correct. Shorts win until either NG industry gets more favorable supply/demand scenarios or a merger is consummated with XCO.
File you negativity George. Ebola is great for headlines to achieve ratings. That's all there is to it. Too bad you're one of those they're appealing too.
Everything is going against us sir. Now even the Saudi's. Supply/demand as a result of fracking is killing our chances of price appreciation. Probably for a very long time I'm afraid. Exporting you might bring up? Yeah it's coming but it takes much time and serious amounts of monies to set up facility. I know for I follow these projects. I own a few LNG shares.
Tapped out with this company. You can thank our State Dept whom (only an idiot would overlook what has happened here) struck a deal with the Saudi's to keep oil flowing even though we're awash in the stuff. Putting the hammer down on old Putin. And the big outfits were tipped off. And shorted everything energy related. Nice world isn't it?
Will he put NG into play and depress the price say down to $2.50 and put all of America's shale players in jeopardy? He very well could. He knows we want him DOA in any way/shape/form. Even if it means conspiring with the rat Saudi's.
What I'm =itching about is inside info is being bought by these big outfits which we don't have privy too. And they act on it with derivatives with their deep pockets. Hellooooooooooooo
Agree 100%. When you have the US Gov conspiring with the Saudi Gov to kill Russia oil and related entities will bore the brunt of this onslaught of too much black gold floating around. Simple math here for those willing to deal with reality.
Of course they are. They're smarter than anyone here and that's why they're the ones making a ton off our backs. The trend is your friend trading 101 motto. DON'T buck the trend. Back to under $2 after this market resumes its descent.
As far as I can see. They'll short it again and try some more. Why not beat it to death is their motto. Only a merger will screw these jerks into the abyss. And I don't see too many reasons to buy XCO.
NOT to ratchet down oil production even though demand is now waning. Reason? Put the hammer down on Putin. We swung a deal that ISIS would be taken care of. And the brokerage outfits were tipped off to this discussion and put oil plays into the toilet. Manipulation and insider trading 101.