I see TPG taking this thing over around 4 bucks a share. That was their plan all along, and Ward tried to tell us.
Gimme 8 bucks in a buyout
TPG is sitting there with a stunned look on their face. Pop gun Mississippian wells, along with the DOR rust bucket that very few folks want to buy. Gimme 8 bucks.
The IRS is probably reading this about now, delivered to them by Yahoo. Let's see. You won $23,000 dollars, which is a 100% taxable event. Based on your opening post, you didn't really lose any money, (you need a place to invest your winnings). but requested a form from the Casino which allows you to claim fraudulent losses you really didn't have. Sounds like the IRS would like to meet some folks like you frog, along with the Casino crew as witnesses.
I believe we are good buying below $4, but another 15% share dilution would not surprise me. It is in the DNA of Wilson to use the public marketplace to raise cash, and it is legal
Recent buying by insiders like Obut and Cusack, who cleaned up on the Petrohawk buyout, is indicating that they feel like they are going to do it again. I rode the first BHP buyout to a house in Vegas, and now I need one in Florida..
I am at the breakeven point on SD. No reason to change horses this late in the cycle. Down on ECA, UPL, and HK, but I don't think I will lose. NG and Oil are a fairly good place to place a bet about now, I think. Might even add to UPL.
The results of the Miss is what is bugging this #$%$. Sell the DOR and clear up the debt, before Oi his 70 in mid 2014
I think he can bring this thing to 30 on his own in 12 months, but i would take the money now, and buy another like SWN.
About flat on Thursday. What we need is a massive Arctic freeze to set in on Miami or about a week.
B, that is what I fear as an NG equity investor. When I posted this on other boards two years ago, most replies stated that I was nutty. The panic has yet to sink in on some of these dry gasssers. They will not play the game of "Shut-in at wellhead", or reduced flowrates. I still think oilier ECA will get it together, however. Divestiture or outright sale of acreage will lower the debt levels
Did you wager that it would go to 18, with a few hundred $20 puts, or the selling of 22.5 calls? If you just guessed that it would drop, and didn't back your mouth with your money, your opinion is worthless to you, and us. I think UPL will be back in the 20's by year end and have bought down here at 18.90
it doesn't take much volume to drive rhis stock one way or another. For a moment there, I thought NS was going to buy out NSH to avoid having to pay out dividends to its GP. I would take 28 and call it a fun day.