I could see visions of sugar plum fairies dancing in my head. I think my jar of sugar plums may have become psychotropic after its sell-by date. The cat took one sniff and won't come down from the roof since then.
You're not carrying a message from anyone, you're fantasizing it and spreading it. Like most predictions based on superstitions, it'll be right some of the time.
This morning I read my tea leaves and they said that DDD will cross $112 sometime [as long as it prints $113 sometime]. Anyone can see it if they know what to look for and if they have a chemical dependency on various controlled substances.
Obviously your understanding of tides, damaged boats and investing is positively Titanic. Keep your life jacket within reach.
I'm long both LINE and LNCO, but knowing that that puts me in league with a cretin like you is a little frightening.
If you live in the EU, a thug named Mario Draghi might take the money out of your account without asking. In the US a thug named #$%$ Cheney will openly sneer at you if your bank account isn't in an off shore tax haven.
Well as Motley Fool puts it:
"The 34% premium to the original deal seems excessive, but it's more important to focus on the full cost of the deal rather than just that equity component. The original deal totaled $4.3 billion structured as LNCO equity and assumption of Berry debt. The adjustment of the ratio slides that up to $4.9 billion, which is really only a 14% increase over original terms. The slip in LNCO shares is the real culprit that's driving dilution here."
It's too bad that Hedgeye and some authors on Sucking Alpha launched a short attack which cheapened the shares of LNCO, the currency for the merger, but it seems that BRY is proving to be more valuable than was implied with the original offer. Cheaper and fewer shares offered would have been nicer, but the deal still seems reasonable based on several metrics.
Are you James A. Kostohryz trying to prop up your short-lived career in mud slinging?
"...pointing out both sides"
You haven't pointed out both sides. You've only demonstrated how being a perpetual loser can make you into a bitter old thing prone to hormonally-challenged hissy fits.
"LOL 25 cents a quarter LOL"
That's almost as much as the allowance mom and dad give you after they sell the beer cans found in the front yard to the recycler, isn't it?
This morning, UBS increased its price target on shares of Linn Co. (LNCO) to $33.75 following the company’s increased bid for Berry Petroleum (BRY). In the report, UBS increased its EPS estimates and maintained its neutral rating. Shares of Linn Co. were giving back some of yesterday’s gains, falling 1.8% so far.
"Oh, the game isn't over yet. that's why I am still here."
" ... and I'll be glad to capitalize more on numbskulls like you"
Exactly how do you define "capitalize?" "More??"
And then there's this idiot: Regarded Solutions Who wrote:
"As detailed with amazing accuracy in this must read article, by perhaps the brightest contributor on any website, James A. Kostohryz, any investor must think long and hard as to why it is worth owning shares of LNCO"
... in his screed entitled Holding High-Yield Dividend Stocks Too Long Could Wreck Your Portfolio
Well if he's like the other Sucking Alpha "writers" who claimed LINE and LNCO were going down, he'll claim he's still right and everyone else is just failing to see what he alone can.
Seriously, look at this one: "Linn Effectively Admits To Misleading Investors And Announces Key Accounting Changes" by James A. Kostohryz. This doofus is still right and everyone else is wrong in his teeny brain.