but you said in a previous message....HZNP will go up 100-200%.
" just hold for a bull market to return in the next 12-18 months during which time stock like HZNP will probably go up 100-200% (catching up for lost time in the bear market where pps might stagnate or trade in narrow range for 1 year or more)
you shorted 60,000 shares and "sailor" will attest to it, did you mail him a copy of your million plus Trade Confirmation?
W/O you, everyone is clueless. Are you from "Planet of the Narcissists"?
So, you think its going up 20-30% after the ER? Why do you think the CEO is so concerned about shorts that he's going to "burn them" but only retail shorts? I suppose you weren't a retail short because you know what and how the CEO thinks, heck you must be the only guy who knows it all from every side, you're even on a First Name basis with the CEO. What more proof could anyone else want about how smart you are, you even own 50,000 shares, a mere 850,000 worth. I'm only gonna do what you do from now on, you have convinced me, just please tell me when you are going to, Or are in the middle of purchasing the next 12,000 shares.
Thanks in Advance
Does that mean the Pumpers on Drugs could be prosecuted for the False statements they make posting daily here, Or just the Pumpers not on drugs posting daily here? How smart are they manufacturing False statements?
What is the point of your stupid post? BTW I'm not short, I'm just following this company to see when it turns around.
Brent oil traded near $28 a barrel as it extended declines after international sanctions on Iran were lifted, paving the way for increased exports from the OPEC producer amid a global glut.
Futures lost as much as 4.4 percent in London, slipping to the lowest since November 2003. Iran is beginning efforts to boost output and exports by 500,000 barrels a day now that restrictions have been lifted, Amir Hossein Zamaninia, deputy oil minister for commerce and international affairs, said Sunday. Saudi Arabia’s Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said prices will rise, and that market forces and cooperation among producing nations will lead to stability.
“There is ongoing negative pressure on oil prices from oversupply,” Ric Spooner, a chief analyst at CMC Markets in Sydney, said by phone. “Iran is not new, but we’ve arrived now at the point where sanctions have been removed and it’s going to be a key focus for the markets over coming weeks. The question is how much supply can come online in the short-term.”
Brent capped a third annual loss in 2015 as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries effectively abandoned output limits amid a global surplus. Iran, which was OPEC’s second-biggest producer before sanctions were intensified in 2012, is trying to regain its lost market share and doesn’t intend to pressure prices with an export increase, officials from its petroleum ministry and national oil company said this month.
Brent for March settlement dropped as much as $1.27 to $27.67 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange and was at $28.65 at 11:55 a.m. Hong Kong time. The contract slumped $1.94 to $28.94 on Friday, capping last week’s decline at 13.7 percent. The European benchmark crude was at a discount of $1.56 to West Texas Intermediate for March.
The Bloomberg GCC 200 Index plunged to the weakest level since March 2011 as every benchmark gauge in the region fell.
“Oil breaking below $29 oil price has urged more investors to sell," said Talal Touqan, the head of research at Abu Dhabi-based Al Ramz Securities.
Qatar’s QE Index tumbled 7.2 percent, the most since December 2009, and Abu Dhabi’s ADX General Index slumped 4.2 percent to the lowest level since November 2013. It has declined 23 percent since a peak in July. Dubai’s DFM General Index lost 4.6 percent in the highest trading volume this year.
Oman’s MSM 30 Index fell 3.2 percent, the most since December 2014, and Kuwaiti stocks also dropped 3.2 percent to the lowest level since May 2004. Bahraini equities slipped 0.4 percent.
While Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi is optimistic that market stability will return, it will take time, he said at a news conference in Riyadh on Sunday.
Bonds across the Gulf region slumped on Friday. The yield on Saudi Electricity Co.’s April 2043 securities surged 32 basis points, the most on record, to 6.93 percent. In the absence of dollar-denominated sovereign debt in Saudi Arabia, some investors use the company’s bonds as a proxy because the state owns more than 70 percent of the energy operator.
The yield on Qatar government’s debt due January 2020 bond climbed 14 basis points to 2.97 percent, and the rate on Dubai’s notes due April 2029 increased 23 basis points, prices compiled by Bloomberg show.
Iranian shares rose to the highest level since August, according to data on its website. The nation is seeking to attract at least $30 billion in foreign direct investment over the next five years, President Hassan Rouhani said in a televised speech.
The stock gauge tracking Israel’s oil and gas explorers rose as much as 5.1 percent after companies reported potential for an additional 8.9 trillion cubic feet of gas at licenses offshore. If gas is found, it would make it the third-largest discovery in the nation to date. That may help Israel become a regional energy hub and generate billions of dollars for the state, according to the nation’s largest investment house.
The TA Oil & Gas Index closed 0.6 percent lower, while the TA-25 Index declined 0.4 percent.
A major gas find would boost Israel’s “energy independence and increase the competition in the market,” said Noam Pincu, an analyst at Psagot Investment House Ltd. in Tel Aviv.
Mideast Stocks Plummet as Iran Plans to Boost Crude Expo
Abu Dhabi shares tumble, enter so-called bear market
Mideast Stocks Plummet as Iran Plans to Boost Crude Exports
Iranian stocks buck regional decline as sanctions eased
Stocks across the Middle East tumbled as the easing of sanctions against Iran raised the prospect of a surge in oil supplies to a market already reeling from the lowest prices in more than a decade. Shares in Tehran gained.
Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul All Share Index dropped 5.4 percent to its lowest level since March 2011. Abu Dhabi’s ADX General Index fell into a so-called bear market. The Bloomberg GCC 200 Index, which tracks 200 of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council’s biggest companies, traded at 9.5 times estimate
Tehran to immediately add Half Million Barrels/Day followed by another Half Million in 30 Days putting more pressure on Oil.
Australia Down 1.5%
New Zealand Down 2.22%
Nikkei Down .52%
We may have a lot to catch up too come Tuesday.
Nothing wrong with that, great to be in cash as everything around is crashing. Crashes, unlike Corrections take much longer to unwind just like a bear market. When you are ready to start buying again, it will sure be at much better prices than those who have been holding the last 6 weeks, last 3 months, last 6 months. Your wisdom will make you another fortune, no rush to get back in on any bounce, there's plenty of time till the markets begin to come back, won't be next week that's for sure.
I don't think he will stay in the race. He's accomplished his mission getting the issuses that concern him the most to the forefront. Do you really think he's going to give up his $400 million/yr income, for a $400,000/yr position, leaving his RE Empire in the hands of blind trusts or even his most trusted daughter, leave and risk a 10 Billion RE Empire. He doesn't need anymore money, nor does he need any connections. I doubt it very much, and he will be in it after April. He will have gotten his messages out and accepted by many, looks like enough for the right GOP candidate to garner his support, which is what I've thought all along. He'll throw all his support to his choice, maybe it will work, maybe it won't. But I don't think he will really want the job, he already knows he could win, and thats probably satisfying enough along with getting his points at the front. JMO
Just saw that. 5 for 7 is getting better.. The heavy price I refered too is 10 years from now when Iran has the capability. Not now or 5 yr's but 10.
I didn't really care for seeing the 10 American Sailors on their knees with hands clasped behind their heads. That didn't look good to me at all.
We might never hear the truth from the "Officer in Charge" as to how they were treated. The speech he gave looked very BS and under stress. No doubt the Obama Admin will have those Sailors Silenced. At least no doubt in my mind. 4 for 7, And, 4 for 7, must be a new supermarket promotion I'm not familiar with.
Sure they got released, the world bought them with a very heavy price we will all live to regret.
can you set an alarm on Yahoo for when its actually Done and Posted with Press release from Both Companies. LOL I'll turn the Volume up so I wake up. Back to bed, its 2:50 am.
Oh yeah Europe Opens in 10 Minutes.
He knew 35 years ago and shows us the comedy of it all then, as it is now. Amazing.
Cut and paste it exactly in your browser, its on Youtube.
Alan King's The Middle East Story, 1980's
which would put CMG at a PE of 20, but that's based on High Earnings Estimates from last year. It is possible if the earnings estimates are revised downward, the PPS will fall even further over the next 6 months.