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btjacobs21 15 posts  |  Last Activity: 19 hours ago Member since: Jun 6, 2009
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    Called IR

    by btjacobs21 Feb 10, 2016 6:36 PM
    btjacobs21 btjacobs21 19 hours ago Flag

    Can't deny that I was an idiot to hang on to this stock. With that being said everytime I called, until recently LINN IR kept selling the smoking mirror of "we are hedged through 2016" so we are good. They also kept saying the purchase of berry was a great one for them, then a good one, now they are saying it wasn't the right thing to due.

    My bad and my loss, but just giving other with money in the stock a heads up which I wish I would have gotten and dug into myself.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Called IR

    by btjacobs21 Feb 10, 2016 6:36 PM
    btjacobs21 btjacobs21 19 hours ago Flag

    I don't disagree that I was a fool to buy this stock, hind sight 20/20 right. You don't have to believe me, but do your own due diligence and call them yourself. Of course they are not going to tell anyone they are going BK, but again when I asked why they aren't releasing an article like CHK saying they aren't the IR person could have deflected, but instead reiterated that if oil stays low we are not in a good position and restructuring is an option in the near future. When I asked what near future meant he said he could say. This was the same guy that told me 3 weeks ago that if oil stays low through the summer it wouldn't be good for the company. Only thing was a week and a half after that conversation they retained counsel to look at strategic alternatives.

    Again that tells me that their timeline is much shorter than others. But at the end of the day you make your own decisions as I can admit that I was blinded myself and wish I had called earlier. Or at least done my research on the CEO better as that would have saved me a ton of money. Expensive lesson for me.

    Again feel free to call and I better you will have the same sentiment I did after talking to them, but your money you call.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Feb 11, 2016 9:14 AM Flag

    I will make a deal with you. You sell today, give me half your investment in $ and I will kick you in the balls. By doing this I will save you a lot of agony as opposed to you losing everything. I guess the silver lining is that it won't take long for that to happen. Call the IR dept and they don't even refute a restructuring is in the near term plan. At least, CHK is clawing and scratching and still fighting to do what can be done and comes out and says BK is not in the plans.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • btjacobs21 by btjacobs21 Feb 11, 2016 9:08 AM Flag

    Talked to a clown at Linns IR dept today and they all but confirmed they are going to restructure. I called 3 weeks ago and they said the outlook is not good if oil stays low through the summer and a week and half later they issue a statement they are exploring strategic options. When I called them out today he basically said he could respond and defend BK was not an option. I asked why they couldn't release a statement like CHK where they said BK was not an option at this time and the IR guys said they did not want to giveaway mixed message to shareholders, read between those lines right. I asked why the CEO who is by far and away the worse one in the country is getting. 6.7 million dollar payday when shareholders are suffering and his response was that he couldnt speak to it but "Mark Ellis is a good guy", what a joke. When I asked what the game plan if oil went down as it has only been roughly 16 months and he said they really didn't have one. So basically the mgmt team led by the worst CEO was so arrogant and/or ignorant to believe oil was always going to be at $100 a barrel. What a bunch of bafoons. I told him that I bought the stock based on the company selling their their company was hedge through 2016 and his response was "i understand your frustration and not sure how to respond".

    i fell for this companies runs around and lost over 85K and now licking my wounds. I know my info is late, but feel free to call and verify what i am stating. You will be as upset as me.

    Good luck everyone.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Called IR

    by btjacobs21 Feb 10, 2016 6:36 PM
    btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Feb 10, 2016 10:01 PM Flag

    Yep exactly. Guy was a clown, but what else could you expect with a company run my Mark Ellis

  • Reply to

    Sold this POS

    by shineola_98 Feb 9, 2016 10:47 AM
    btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Feb 10, 2016 6:38 PM Flag

    I sold my remaining shares today too. My thinking was exactly the same. $700 in my pocket is better than $0. I put it in uwti and figured if oil goes up make a few bucks back. If not at least it won't go BK like LINN will in a few months at best.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • btjacobs21 by btjacobs21 Feb 10, 2016 6:36 PM Flag

    Talked to a clown at Linns IR dept today and they all but confirmed they are going to restructure. I called 3 weeks ago and they said the outlook is not good if oil stays low through the summer and a week and half later they issue a statement they are exploring strategic options. When I called them out today he basically said he could respond and defend BK was not an option. I asked why they couldn't release a statement like CHK where they said BK was not an option at this time and the IR guys said they did not want to giveaway mixed message to shareholders, read between those lines right. I asked why the CEO who is by far and away the worse one in the country is getting. 6.7 million dollar payday when shareholders are suffering and his response was that he couldnt speak to it but "Mark Ellis is a good guy", what a joke. When I asked what the game plan if oil went down as it has only been roughly 16 months and he said they really didn't have one. So basically the mgmt team led by the worst CEO was so arrogant and/or ignorant to believe oil was always going to be at $100 a barrel. What a bunch of bafoons. I told him that I bought the stock based on the company selling their their company was hedge through 2016 and his response was "i understand your frustration and not sure how to respond".

    i fell for this companies runs around and lost over 85K and now licking my wounds. I know my info is late, but feel free to call and verify what i am stating. You will be as upset as me.

    Good luck everyone.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Brake Up Fee?

    by e_tras Feb 8, 2016 4:41 PM
    btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Feb 9, 2016 9:04 AM Flag

    WMB can pay a break up fee of 1.5 mil. ETE does not have the option to pay. Only hope is WMB shareholders vote it down which the market wants. Breakup fee was confirmed with both Companies IR. I strongly encourage each shareholder to call WMB IR and emphasis the displeasure of the merger to hopefully get both companies back on their own 2 feet so they can start moving north again.

  • Reply to

    WILLIAMS VOTE

    by citetez Feb 8, 2016 7:41 PM
    btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Feb 8, 2016 8:08 PM Flag

    Currently with SEC which they do not give a date on their decision, but from IR confident they would give a response in the next few weeks. From there the shareholders will vote. They have 20 business days to respond so basically a month. We will hear the outcome by end of March for sure. After talking to WMB IR he seems more perssamistic of a deal actually going through due to the CFO/CHK issues with the 2 companies. He stated that previously the mgmt of WMB was strongly in favor and now more and more waffling. When asked why don't they just call the deal off he stated that some shareholders want to vote so they want to give them that right. I asked if the the common shareholders had enough votes to even make a differenc and object to the merger and he said he wasn't sure, but he did know that more and more institutions that hold shares are much more opposed to it than before.

    I know that was a long read so let me give you my take based on it. By moving Jaime Welch to a different position it was a small sacrifice to get the deal axed. If he truly was a negative impact on the company they would have fired him, which they didn't. They reason why they didn't wait until earnings was so the shareholders could react and voice their displeasure of the merger. I don't think either companies want to proceed at this point and truly believe it will not go through, and definitely not through at the current terms for sure. Earnings for both will give clarification, but I think we are a month and a half away from that outcome.

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    Will move up by dividend date

    by promiselandblackgold Feb 1, 2016 9:30 PM
    btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Feb 3, 2016 10:55 AM Flag

    It will end the session much higher than its lows. I wouldn't be surprised if it ends in the green either. All that's happening today is the shorts are manipulating to get people scared to have them sell their shares ahead of the ex-div date. They will have to cover their positions by the end of the day for sure.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • If you love seeing this stock climb and the shorts getting squeezed can I get a HE** Yeah.

    By the way our friend Brian Nelson crawled back into that hole where we came from, not to be heard from again. Author of such amazing literature as Bye Bye MLP & Time may be running out for MLP, what a fool. Brian buddy I thought the MLP model was dead or is that rock that you crawled under to heavy to respond. Look at it this way your 15 minutes of fame lasted longer than anyone expected or even thought was possible.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Devastating article by Valuentum

    by bunchnut Jan 19, 2016 4:33 PM
    btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Jan 19, 2016 4:41 PM Flag

    If the investors are bei scared off by that clown they shouldn't be investing. Brian Nelson is a joke and that is why he writes for Yahoo and not working for a fund. If he was he would have been arrested multiple times for market manipulation. Mark my word once this stock goes the other direction (and it will) he will vanish like a fart in the wind. Until that happens he will continue to collect his 15 minutes of fame. Don't for a second let that clown deter you from making a good long term investment.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Jan 18, 2016 6:01 PM Flag

    Is this accurate? If so why isn't everyone doing it? Always love to see the shorts get squeezed.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Dec 22, 2015 10:00 AM Flag

    Not sure why this should matter. Just look at the other co. that cut their distribution and how they responded after (they all rose) as that is what the market wants apparently. With that being said if they don't cut you are getting a 10%+ distribution on both ete and etp, how is that a bad thing? Cut it don't cut it these are both double potentials in the next 12-24 months if not sooner.

    Now with all that being said I do believe Kelcey Warren in this space and his business well before Richard Kinder and definetly before Brian Nelson who claim too fame is calling out KMI and not trying to keep his 15 minutes going. All we are seeing if hedge funds selling off for tax reason and these companies will start going up from here. The only reason not to invest is if you think they will start giving away oil and ant gas for free, but I all think we can agree that is not going to happen.

  • Reply to

    Why is this thing droping so hard ?

    by britash9090 Dec 14, 2015 2:36 PM
    btjacobs21 btjacobs21 Dec 14, 2015 3:35 PM Flag

    Tax losses selling at year end is a big reason. Also investors are staying on the sideline until nat gas/oil start moving up. Those same investors will put their money back in and this stock will go up as quick as it came down. This stock doubles in 2 years, maybe even 1.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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