I still believe what you said, HFC is the chosen one for the big rally. Fundamental has not changed. In fact all ratios are super cheap with solid ROA ROE. HFC will rally to meet the energy averages. Metals had their party already, crude had their party already.This time refining will have party to meet the averages. Refining will kick in this Q higher than any industry
It makes more sense to buy a stock and industry that it hit rock bottom like oil refining than any other industry. I am firm in HFC for the big rally. BABA has been rising from 66 to current, that's a lot already. I bet correction will come to baba at 70. But HFC correction will come at least to above 35 to meet BABA and its industry. HFC is ready to kick in
buy a stock from the bottom heading north. Why buy stock that it's already in overbought territory. Buy HFC and UPTREND IS SETTING. HFC has solid fundamentals and cheaper ratios than any other profitable stock
1st resistance is done. This puppy is heading north. Accumulation is happening. Shorts are covering gradually. Mother of all squeeze will come eventually. No mercy to shorts
HFC is breking 1st resistance at 27.50..heading 30 today. Cheap cheap. Volume accumulation is building. shorts are covering
BREAKING OUT RESISTANCE AT 27.53...HEADING 30 TODAY. This is goof pick like Buffett style
I am adding HFC instead. Squeeze is building the same as DVN at 23. It will catch up to DVN in the end
HFC is the only refining stock of waking up and catching up on industry ...heading to 30. It reminded me tsla in the beginning . Tons of days to cover. Buy it now
HFC is cheaper than peers in all meanings. Lower P/E, P/S and solid REO ROA. What are the shorts thinking ? correction to at least 40
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I agree. HFC is taking off and it will close above 30. Cheap refining stock ever.
new breakout and new high above 27.50. It's heading 30. More accumulation than BABA at 66
Buy HFC , refining stock with solid footings. Buffett bought refining shares today due to correction and cheap industry so far. HFC has lower P/E than peers and solid ROE and ROA...