I disagree sir. UAL's FA's are far superior to Continentals. That's a foregone conclusion. The CEO is a Continental man and that's why he must GO. UAL has all the routes they need to make for one great airline. How many 787's forthcoming? They're on the right track but the guy at the helm is a total zero.
Agree 100% ckmanley23. A buddy of mine wife works for Chicago Bridge & Iron. She's currently an analyst for them working the LNG facility which will be up and running shortly. She has told me more than a few times Ross's name keeps appearing in conversations within this industry of exportation of LNG. I've owned LNG for over a year now and believe me it has performed magnificently on the anticipation of enormous profit margins forthcoming to this company.
XCO doing so to 400 of its older wells. How long does this technology last? Research ongoing regarding this concept but it does fetch unattainable resources. Any good news is welcomed news as of late.
Do you know by any chance how many flights and passengers UAL moves in one day? Their scheduling is constantly changing to represent passenger demand and market ticket pricing.
Yep. Well stated man. The one aspect being totally overlooked is the quality (or lack there of) of the new Harleys. Cheap all around. A real disgrace. Just look at the rear tire of a new 1200 Sportster. My bicycle tire is wider than theirs.
Agree. Nothing from him when the price was north of $6.50 a while back. Nothing. I can hear what eight... is posting here. An ex employee sounds about right.
Flat broke. Can't even afford Stroh's anymore. And certainly can't buy a new POS Harley nor the parts for their old units. Baby Boomers have left for good. Looks like HOG is toast. Just as I predicted many a moon ago.
Ditto with the gun makers. Their loyalist simple minded morons are broke too.
NG stocks getting murdered again today including our darling, XCO. No relief in sight with the supply exceeding demand by a wide margin. And yes, XCO is in trouble regarding monies for exploration costs.
Only question not answered is how much oil and NG are under XCO's property?
Utilities, railroad companies and the trucking world switching overt to NG for their energy source. Good news indeed. Except this oil shale new world is really putting a hamper on prices due to an imbalance in supply/demand. Is Ross and others just waiting for this equation to balance out? Could very well be the case. Patience is not one of my virtues. Maybe Ross is not a victim of such flaws???
Agree. Driving down the price is in his best interest so as to buy the joint on the cheap, split it up and keep his fingers crossed for some saps to take it off his hands.
Older women next door (whom I take care of her lawn for and other little things) son-in-law sold his RV to some guy from upper state New York. He and this guy turned around and bought 4 18 wheel Mack trucks with flat beds. Currently hauling pipe for the pipelines that are being built to transport the very stuff you're referring to. Making $250K every 3 months. Demand exceeds their capabilities right now.
Agree beta....One positive. Utility entities mandates to switch over to NG vs coal. In the long run can't hurt NG supply/demand equation.
NO buyout so forget it. Got into too early a simple explanation for Ross and Company. It night be just that. All the while NG is DOWN 5% YTD in pricing. And the small caps are DOWN 2.4% YTD. Not much to get positive about.
Agree 100%. Except these fat cats will lose their #$%$. Unless they know something the rest of us do not regarding a hidden agenda like the land is worth much more then it's being booked at?In that case they take it over cents on the dollar after BK then reap all the benefits selling the undervalued assets.