Thank you very much. These 2 auto makers are an excellent example and
subsequently, SDRL and RIG/NE would also be different companies.
Having taken a loss on SDRL in a regular account late December,
does anyone have an opinion if buying a similar stock like RIG or
NE before 31 days are up would trigger the IRS' wash rule?
Why is everyone so sure the Saudi's and OPEC will not cut production? It sounds
logical the foreign producers want to hurt the domestic USA producers. But can
they afford to?? If for some reason they do cut, watch these stocks take off.
I recently read an article about all of these oil and gas
pipelines that are either building now or scheduled to be
built in the next few years. Which companies, outside of
the steel companies etc. are the main builders of this
Indeed, we conservatives did lose with Obama's re-election. But so did the liberals.
The only difference is the liberals don't know it yet. But they will soon find out. You
cannot continue the build-out of the nanny state forever and one day, perhaps sooner
than people think, those chickens will come home to roost. Need proof?? Just look
east to what's happening in Western Europe. Bottom line: if we keep on the same
path that the liberals and Democrats are paving, the standard of living will be significantly
reduced, mostly for those who are the lowest wage earners, who just happen to
be the ones who voted for Obama overwhelmingly.
You're probably right, but don't hold out hopes for a Romney win. More and more, we are
becoming a nation of less educated voters, and who do those less educated and ignorant
voters vote for? Yes, Obama. He and his handlers know this better than anyone which is
why the cards are stacked against Romney
The Pig countries of Europe too will never repay their debts, or at least
most of them. The Germans know this all too well.
Does anyone have an opinion on if selling CHK at a loss and buying
another similar company such as DVN, UPL, ECA and maybe COP
within 31 days would trigger the wash sale rule. I'm sure there are
plenty that have taken losses on CHK lately. Thanks
This is a question I've always had. If there is all this shale oil and gas
in the USA, doesn't it stand to reason these deposits are also available
in other large land masses such as China and Russia etc? Of course, there's
no infrastructure in those countries, but one thing is for certain. There are
also no environmentalists or lobbyists to influence politicians to ban
pipelines etc. If they deem it good for their countries and economies,
they will do it. All this said, there should be a good market for years to
come for USA LNG exports.
yes, but how often does a spike in volume actually mean a takeout is
around the corner? Not very often. But I'd like to be wrong!!
You are 100% right, but NOT politically correct, and we all know that
millions of voters, the media as well as Obama and his handlers prefer to
focus on soundbites, and not the facts.
You could very well be right as for now, the republicans do not seem to
have their act together. For those of you that have children and are
concerned about their future, another 4 years of Obama and maybe even
a democratic congress should make you gravely concerned. The irony is
the USA may indeed look good the next few years, but that's all because the
rest of the western world (not Asia) is a total mess. Unless we have fundamental
changes here in America (read that sacrifices by everyone) we are on the road
to being Greece and Italy (and California).
Not too well, which in the long run is hugely negative for the USA.
The Republicans need another Reagan type, and that person just isn't
out there, at least not yet. Santorum will get destroyed if he gets the
nomination. And another 4 years of Obama will further build up the
nanny state. The only saving grace is Europe is so much worse off we
can still hang in there for awhile. Repubs: get your act together and
find a candidate who knows what the hell they are doing. Not much time
Sure, nat. gas is in the dumper now which has hurt stocks
like UPL. Isn't it a no-brainer that eventually, (and possibly much
sooner) the USA will start to finally begin a long term
approach to using more nat. gas than coal and oil? It seems
if gasoline goes to $5.00 per gallon and higher, there will be an
outcry to get going on increased usage of nat. gas, which has to
be good for companies like UPL. Even the national politicians
might even wake up from their slumber on this subject. Thoughts??
Why the Republicans don't make energy independence, especially when
the USA now has it within it's means to make that more of a possibility
it beyond comprehension. $5.00 a gallon gas this summer and fall will
make Obama's re-election virtually impossible.
Including me, but I hope this isn't BS. Why does this stock surge so much
just because some TV commentator mentioned it positively? I actually
thought the gal on fast money raised a good point about a possible earnings
warning (even though it's a ways off). DIdn't WLT disappoint severely not
long ago? I don't own the stock.