I would just hold COP here (holding 200sh) (small-fry) also hold FEN, fyi, it's a bascet of MLP's, it tracks AMJ closely.. get some before dividend announcement in a week, FEN pays about 6.3%...
At 20:00 Wed, Pemex reported that the fire on the platform was suffocated and denied reports that there was collapse of structures.
He said the fire did not cause a spill at sea, since only a hydrocarbon runoff, which was contained by specialized vessels was recorded. He also assured that the impact on production will have minimal impact.
1 dead, 45 injured, 300 evacuated, 8 boats putting agua on it...
I told you all resistance is 64, I think it's better to hold here, I DO NOT think Iran will make a viable deal, if this is affecting oil price, that negociation with Iran is DOA, they will not agree, so forget it and hold COP here.
It's always ok to take profits. I think COP will test the $65, then /if 66, I just decided to hold 200 shares for this eventual outcome. GLTA, dirt.
resistance is 64 where hit about 3-4 times, me thinks will get thru and then it's $65= 50-day sma, if clears, 66 is done deal. Holding 200sh now.
looks like a hammer candle today, check it out (bullish) or this 4-day head & shoulders sinks our ship breaking neckline next week would be dire indeed fyi
. In FY 14, HP paid out DIVIDENDS totaling $2.44 per share, up from $0.87 per share in FY
13. Based on Capital IQ consensus estimates, HP is projected to pay out dividends of $2.76 per share in FY
15, or a payout ratio of about 65%. We believe that this is a sustainable level for HP given sizable recent
spending on newbuild units and a likely pause within the industry until crude prices recover to prior normal
levels in the $90/barrel to $110/barrel range. We are not optimistic that such prices will recover to normal
levels in the near term given strength in crude oil supply in North America and a weak demand environment.
January 29, 2015
06:04 pm ET ... S&P CAPITAL IQ KEEPS HOLD OPINION ON SHARES OF
HELMERICH & PAYNE (HP 57.46***): We cut our FY 15 (Sep.) EPS estimate by
$0.45 to $4.26, and FY 16's by $0.98 to $3.42.
the poneytailed CNBS options manipulators were surely targeting 64 to exit calls, they are #$%$ of Earth