And FCX will once again be $40-50-60 someday.... disappointed I'm down in this perfect storm for FCX, but no panic. Hoping it doesn't stay down to long of could be acquired.
MU remains on of THE BEST tech performers past several years and these are buying/adding opportunities and they are chipping away at market share from all competitors in every space.
You'll be ok on these. Exit day drifts a few years from your original plan but hang in there. Maybe XOM buys them in several years for 15-20 ; - )
Good points/facts made by you and by stockmaster. No doubt that if they were to have better focus, accountability, and execution we'd be talking a whole different ballgame on PPS. At the same time if they were all completely horrible they wouldn't be winning awards at in the first place. Trying to look at the glass half-full rather than half- or almost empty. My life is happier that way. - Best to you, too.
Appreciate the factual reporting. Like I aid before, I'm bak in this again for +30-40%, so as not to be piggy and risk roundtrips that can happen on any stock. Still, +50.89% would be better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. - Thanks. Enjoy your weekend!
You've been in this much longer than I have. I do hope that you and all longs will do well with this one. Must must this is a funny one. Seems of late that our MHR is on a tight rope... with a pot of gold a one end and a black bottomless rocky pit on the other. Let's hope leadership doesn't slip and that of they do that they have a safety harness up their sleeve that we don't yet know about. Cheers!
You either believe MHR will survive this tsunami or not. If you believe they will and will thrive... then by all means add some. Perhaps 20-25% of what you planned to add now and 20-25% more on any positive news about selling property, about pipeline, reducing debt, solid sustanined moves up in price of oil and Nat gas, refi debt.... whatever. And by some nice tech company like MU and AAPL or an interesting bio with an approved drug in a huge market if you like risk... such as KERX in 11-13s when they price their offering tonight. Or better, yet... save for a rental property and diversity out of this #$%$ shot of a market ; - )
The eight years banking/investment banking experience and selling companies hopefully helps. No guarantee, but better that not having the experience.
Why the attitude? Its just fun discussions. And nothing that hasn't been kicked around by many others. Again, I'm not suggesting anything is imminent or probable... simply that the possibility exists and cannot be entirely discounted. I've been in MU since 5s. I have a good friends that I've worked with and some that are still with Intel and one that has been heavily invested in Apple from nearly their lowest lows and who has never sold a single share. While we've only talked about this briefly, none of them calls this "BS" as you do.
Whatever. Best to you.
INTL and AAPL are the two most likely to acquire MU if someday. Not saying its probable, just that its possible. And this has been speculated before by Russ Fisher Seeking Alpha (I believe) and in some reputable trade journals.
Shorts are coming out of the woodwork... Sneaky Alpha articles, talking heads, etc. No matter, this will create opportunities for educated longs to add and new investors to enter or add at more attractive price.
...and some high 4's. Looking forward to my third +40-60% profit with KTOS. To others looking to do the same, ignore the useless and childish noise that is embedded in this board like a virus.
Best to all the others!
I'm simply stating they have a number of options for savings to help weather this storm that aren't being focused on here. Of course I agree, selling assets and issuing more stock from a position of weakness is never ideal. Still these are options and are better than worst case scenarios. Sometimes its darkest before it goes completely black, but most often it gets darkest before a new dawn. Like many longs here, I was disappointed with MHR's PPS long before the bottom fell out of energy, but I didn't throw in the towel then and I'm not throwing it in now on this or any of my other energy holds. In past, I've had a few companies I've owned go to zero. I admit that, but I have never had a pick that's been mine go to zero. MHR was not my pick, but I have added after long since firing that advisor.
The jury is out with MHR and numerous oil companies. Like many companies in this and other markets... once magnitudes larger, more established, and more profitable than MHR... they went BK, so yes it can happen. We'd all benefit from more facts and less fear-mongering. All I am certain about from my trading history, through other crashes in energy, is that the vast majority, with the exception of one.. 1.. ONE, went out of business. All of the others not only recovered, but thrived to record highs many times over. I stay diversified, so even if MHR goes to zero, I take comfort knowing I own others that I remain very profitable on in energy. And I take comfort owning companies such as AAPL, MU, Lockheed, CELG and others that are far less risky and have served me well. - Best to you and all longs
You shorts are something... No mention of oil properties that could be sold in a fire sale. No mention of headcount and short-term CAPX cuts. No mention of pipeline's value.
SNTA hasn't exactly been lighting things up on the PPS or trial fronts the past few years.
I was in out in 2010-2013 with some nice profits, although I did not own a ton of shares.
Glad about changes at CEO and her two recent hires. They appeared to be necessary. See what they can do.
More importantly what are likelihood of success with their research and drug development???
Fo whatever the reasons, many people just don't understand this is THE NEW Micron and not their father's Oldsmobile. Every mister my Sammy and others are opportunities for MU to grab a little more biz from their customers. If MU stays down too long INTC or AAPL might take a run at them. In any event, these are opportunities to buy. MU and AAPL are two of the best techs you can own.