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born2win_2000 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 27, 2015 5:05 PM Member since: Oct 14, 1999
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  • born2win_2000 by born2win_2000 Jan 27, 2015 5:05 PM Flag

    $67 per barrel production cost for sand tar. That's the stuff from Canada, which supplies the most hydrocarbons to the US. The US currently imports 940 million barrels from Canada and about 480 million barrels from the Saudis. The next largest suppliers are Mexico and Venezuela... Our biggest energy supplier is Canada, and their cost structure is higher than the Saudis. However, the transportation cost is higher for Saudi oil. Mexico and Venezuela need at least $75-$85 per barrel to feed their people and pay interest on their loans. Long story short is that oil WILL NOT stay at $46 per barrel for an extended time. I am more convinced than ever that the oil companies are selling for much less than their intrinsic value. Companies like Exxon and Chevron are currently making a ton of money in their downstream/refining business, which compensate for the weak upstream/exploration business. XLE is a great buy here. I see it doubling within 18 months. Please do your own homework before investing.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • born2win_2000 by born2win_2000 Jan 23, 2015 11:50 PM Flag

    JNJ will make about $16 billion in 2014. JNJ made $13.8B in 2013... They sale essential products like baby shampoo and Tylenol. Their net income is what drives the stock price. You get paid a sensible 2.7% dividend annually. Sleep tight and let the dividends ride. Put a part of grandma's retirement money on this great American company. Take advantage of the dips!

  • The world is ending. I am buying ore shares.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • spits out a sensible dividend, help cure a bunch of diseases, produces a ton of great essential products, and will help put your kid through college. This is a great American company. God bless America!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • born2win_2000 born2win_2000 Jan 22, 2015 2:36 PM Flag

    Yeah, sector rotation into high quality oil companies like XOM and CHV, which means buying XLE, collect a sensible dividend. Buy low and sell high! Preferably from your retirement account. The rig count is verifiably dropping, so that will remove many barrels from the market; moreover, transportation cost will go up, which all leads to higher oil prices paid by the downstream refiners, which means higher pump prices, which means higher net income for companies comprising XLE, which means a lower aggregate P/E ration, which means a much higher XLE share price, which means share price appreciation for XLE shareholders, which means a fat wallet when I sale at the top, which means more toys for me, and a bone for my wife.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • load up on XLE and thank me later... and get paid s sensible dividend whilst waiting for the ride up!

    Sentiment: Buy

  • born2win_2000 by born2win_2000 Jan 22, 2015 12:15 PM Flag

    and will continue to generate a very good profit. The AXP stock is a bargain here. A big chunk of corporate expenses are charged to AXP cards, and the people doing the charging get perks. Another blue chip on sale is MCD. Buy these great American stocks when they go on sale.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • born2win_2000 by born2win_2000 Jan 22, 2015 12:37 AM Flag

    I believe MCD stock is a good buy here. A few menu tweeks and the stock will be at new highs, and no MCD is not a radio shack story, you can't mail order a big mac, McRib, fries, coffee and ice cream cone. When my buddies and I are done with basketball practice, MCD is a fav spot to grab a bite. The cheese burgers and apple pies are like crack!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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