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chass999 25 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 10, 2014 10:37 AM Member since: Jun 15, 2012
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    Long term remission

    by math.esar Feb 20, 2014 12:34 AM
    chass999 chass999 Feb 20, 2014 8:32 AM Flag

    Thanks, I'm one of them. My scalp is covered with flakey scales, as well as all the crevices on the body, anywhere the skin overlaps. Cornors of my eyes, sides of my nose, cornors of my lips, armpits, belly button, private parts. I use steroid creams to keep everything in check for years now and am afraid to use anything else due to possible side effects. I'm not only an owner of shares, I'm hoping for THE CURE.

  • chass999 by chass999 Feb 20, 2014 8:01 AM Flag

    Since Jan 27 of this year. Started buying at 37.98, then on down to 34.16. Started with buying 98 shares and now own 1070, making 7 purchases. Looks like to me we have a short term triple bottom in at around 35.49. My goal is 2000 shares and I will be having all the dividends from the shares I own rolled back into more shares each quarter. As long as they at least maintain their dividend, with my program of rollong my dividends into more shares, I'm better off the lower the stock price goes, allowing my dividends to purchase more shares each quarter. So for the next couple of years I would rather the shares stay around the 35 dollar range , rather than start heading back to the 45 dollar range, which is more than likely to happen within the next 3 months. I guess I really don't give a !@#$. which direction it goes.

  • chass999 by chass999 Jan 22, 2014 2:05 PM Flag

    I started buying after reading NRM Holdings added 500,000 to their portfolio, now owning 3,625,000 shares and INTREXON added 2,000,000 shares, now owning 8,675,268 shares. If that isn't a bullish sign I don't know what is.. anyway I'm added to my portfolio, too! Now own 7,850 shares on my way to 10,000.

  • chass999 by chass999 Feb 10, 2014 3:55 PM Flag

    I caused this drop by buying 1500 shares at 1.27. That was it's cue to drop like a rock. Happens to me all the time and I'm use to it. Sorry you had to go thru the pain.

  • company that is putting money aside to pay their shareholders special dividends and to purchase more shares of their companyy on the open market? I want to invest in those other companies also.
    Here's what my 1600 shares of SDRL is now providing me in my IRA.
    Tax free dividends and the ability to withdraw from my IRA after I retire $522.66 a month without having to touch the principle. Since I haven't retired and am having all my dividends rolled into more shares each quarter, the amount of money I will be able to withdraw should grow even higher. If you can imagine owning 3600 shares which would allow the dividends to purchase 100 more shares each quarter until you retire, then go for it! Imagine it first, then set about doing it!

  • chass999 by chass999 Mar 14, 2014 9:20 AM Flag

    to keep running higher after breaking out of a year long consolidation between 5 and 6. I'm looking for a run up to 9 or 10

  • chass999 by chass999 Mar 24, 2014 2:57 PM Flag

    I was completely out having owned 211,000 shares. I sold it all on the way up, bought some more around 37 and 42 on dips ,sold at 54 and on up to 92. I was in at 8 and 12 cents, started selling at 14 all the way up, buying some on dips and selling again. My profit totals a little over $31,000 after having sold everything. If I did everything right the profit at it's highs would of been closer to $131,000, but I never do anything right and I just started buying back, some at 42, some at .3999. I once owned at stock at 2 bucks a share, watched my profit grow in that stock till it reached $159,000 in profits. I never sold and watched it go to zero. That will never happen to me again.

  • chass999 by chass999 Mar 20, 2014 1:29 PM Flag

    625 shares yesterday at $9.32 and overnite I'm down $972.00 at $7.534. What is even worse, I can't bail out for another 4 business days for the account to settle. I also own SDRL that has gone down for about 2 weeks straight except for the last 2 days. Why is it up the last two days..cause my dividend will be buying more shares at the end of the day, Now the divy will purchase the shares about $1.50 higher. And Friday, of course I'll see the stock drop $2.00. I hate the !@#$ market.

  • chass999 chass999 Feb 24, 2014 2:17 PM Flag

    I think it is acting (trading) just like it did between 1.90 and 2.04, before it took off to 2.60 to 2.75. So, I think it is going to keep trading between 2.55 to 2.70 or so, then (since the trend is your friend) it runs up to 3.35 to 3.50.

  • I could of hoped for in my quest of owning 2000 shares. A rise in dividend , coupled with a lower stock price.
    The only adjustment you need now is between your ears. Think not of how much your portfolio is worth, but how much income is being produced each quarter from your portfolio. Understanding the blessings of your dividend purchasing more shares each quarter, at a higher dividend yield, goes a long way to aid you in your retirment years.
    Of course I'm adding at these levels, but I'm also hoping they remain around here come around the dividend pay out date of March 20th.

  • chass999 by chass999 Feb 25, 2014 4:43 PM Flag

    today giving me a total of 1500 shares at a average price of 35.81 a share. The current loss I have in the stock will be erased with the first dividend. It will be alot easier to add more shares to reach 2000 if the stock continues to hang around 33-35 a share. Hopefully it stay down here till at least after the 20th of March payout date.

  • chass999 by chass999 Mar 4, 2014 1:31 PM Flag

    Looking back on SDRL's dividend history and seeing that all of 2014 is booked at 94%, and the CC stating that they are starting a fund to give shareholders a special dividend, and noting they have done this in the past on December 4th 2012,(1.70 a share divy) I predict, looking through my crystal ball, that in Dec 2014 a special dividend that doubles the current 98 cents will take place. Be there, or be square!

  • chass999 chass999 Mar 19, 2014 7:45 AM Flag

    It will be up today and will be again tomorrow so the dividend being rolled over into more shares will make us pay higher for the shares. I look for a drop after the 20th after all the dividends have been reinvested.

  • higher the past two days just to sell the shares to the dividend roll-overs, make em (me) pay a higher price for the shares. Stock should be down over a dollar tomorrow.

  • chass999 chass999 Mar 24, 2014 10:58 AM Flag

    it's breaking out of an asending triangle

  • chass999 by chass999 Mar 14, 2014 12:40 PM Flag

    They have recieved 25,000 from the drillers. This is the first sign that this stock can double overnight

  • Reply to

    divy history

    by chass999 Mar 4, 2014 1:31 PM
    chass999 chass999 Mar 4, 2014 1:57 PM Flag

    thanks for the tid-bit

  • Reply to

    so Up or Down tday

    by dkwinc41124 Feb 19, 2014 6:57 AM
    chass999 chass999 Feb 19, 2014 7:25 AM Flag

    Methinks the Bears own this stock

  • chass999 by chass999 Mar 15, 2014 12:22 PM Flag

    Here’s how I see it with latest 8k filed on 3/14.
    The driller got the money together and paid NORC the $25,000 to get started on the drilling of the first well. And 2 months from now the driller will be paying NORC an additional $15,000 a month for the next 9 months, with a balloon payment of another $210,000 paid on or before 3/14/15. So, NORC will have received from the driller a total $370,000by the year end date of 3/14/15. After this, NORC will be paid by the driller an addition sum of $1,015,000 within the next 12 months. With success from this well, if indeed it is successful, NORC will also be receiving a 35.60% of net revenues from the well.
    NORC will then be receiving (2 years down the road) another $1,015,000 from the driller, plus a working net interest in the 2nd well of 32.80%. And the same for the 3rd. If the driller exercises other options they have before them (not detailed in the 8K) the total income net interest to NORC will become 20%
    The monies thru this all process will be used by NORC for further expansions of property for more wells.
    Even with the rise of 20% in the stock price from 20 cents to 24 cents, the two year horizon looks pretty good for such a low priced stock. I’ve added already and probably will again every time the stock doubles from this price (I prefer to average up rather than down).

  • On the 20th. I currently own 2300 shares. That's over a $2,200 divy that's gonna be rolled into more shares. I realize it would really be better for me if the stock was selling under 35 on the 20th., since I'm in the stock for income, not capital gains. So, go lower will ya?

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