"Perhaps the most enduring sailing superstition is that it is unlucky to begin a voyage or 'set sail' on a Friday." Bassett, Fletcher S. (1885), Legends and Superstitions of the Sea and of Sailors in All Lands and at All Times, S. Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, ISBN 0-548-22818-3
Vigor, John (2004), The Practical Encyclopedia of Boating, McGraw-Hill Professional, ISBN 0-07-137885-5
Okay, the bizarre quote from Wikipedia is from left field; however it reminds me of this contango argument where the price has dropped so fast that by the time it arrives it costs more to unload than to order new.
Here we are on a Friday and the share price has leveled out and seems to be turning. Doesn't really mean anything, but how would you find out if there is a lot more unloading than loading, on a given day. Maybe a week of Fridays can be arranged. Can they (Big oil?) raise the price on Monday as a strategy? Ooooooooooo- scary.
Cramer, has very good grammar and I think he is superior to other pundits. You should listen carefully before ignoring what he said. Since I am ignoring what he said; what's up with the futures being sold against it? NAT corporation seems to have high standards of safety and code compliance. But is there a financial trap out there somewhere?