I wonder if Rube ROn will make a comment for the board. Given the institutional ownership at BRY I bet it was not close.
Might be wrong.
Hence, BRY is worth at least $60 (20-25% upside with no fundamental downside). Recent increase in bid supports this fact and makes BRY a buy even if the deal does not get executed (better outcome for the shareholders).
They are really falling down.
Median household income was
$51,017 in 2012, not statistically
different from the 2011 median
($51,100) in real terms, 8.3 percent
lower than the 2007 (the year before
the most recent recession) median
($55,627), and 9.0 percent lower
than the median household income
peak ($56,080) that occurred in 1999
(Figure 1 and Table A-1).5
One would be correct to point out the far superior economic growth of the Bush years did not improve average household incomes.
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I have no idea what you are trying to express. Neither do you. ;).
How does buying up the gp interest help common owners?
Citizen Kane: Declaration of Principles
Not to fairly inform but to protect 'their rights'.
Why Citizen Cain is a classic but not for the reasons taught by our high priest collectivist academics.
Just can not man up and admit you were wrong?
You know full well there was not change in methodology just terminology. You know full well the figures are consistent and comparable. Otherwise management would have had to explain the changes. Wait I take it back you did not know. Now you do. Accounting 101 GAAP. You can add it to your list of required course work.
I am sure Stag the Corn MOnster can get you a temp job at the haunted house. Children of the Corn 20.
"What was missing from the report was a look back on Q1 and Q2 numbers using the "new" DCF methodology. Would those .9x coverage numbers suddenly become 1.0x. I think most here understand that this 1.0x coverage is courtesy of the new formula more than improved performance."
Spain's wind turbine manufacturers are laying off workers and farmers who installed solar panels are facing ruin as austerity policies afflict the long-coddled green energy sector.
What the socialists did was offer waves of tax credits to the crony capitalist in their coalition of power. The power companies had to charge retail customers based on coal and natural gas prices. The difference in rates was made up as borrowings by the utilities.
So there was an insane bubble in solar corruption with the true cost hidden by debt. Yes, such a bubble is highly stimulative; in the short run, and caused irrational asset inflation.
Now the collapsed Spanish economy is dealing with the reality of the asset bubble. Also electricity rates which makes their economy completely noncompetitive.
Not only have little people been wiped out by a retro breaking of contracts and promises about their roof top ''distributive' alternative energy but now the government is going to tax them.
Which set off the other credit bubble which was banks financing this insanity.
You really think you should be posing as any sort of economic outcome?
No you shouldn't so rather than embarrassment the choice of existing in no shame results in tantrum and vengeful anger.
Your behavior does not hurt me. It does however greatly hurt you. A very great deal.
Good for you rlp'd maybe you will get better
"much of what I posted here is simply untrue"
It would seem to me the SEC is trying to force a 'public' reduction in free cash slow.
Problem is there is nothing which is clear and easy to demand. The statements fairly reflect actual results.
SEC we want Distribution cash flow to include this or that.
LINE we do not agree so we will not use the term.
As it is not unreasonable, on to something else.
If there was anything materially wrong we would have known a long time ago.
Obamacare may be struggling to get out of the gate, but its ground troops are doing all they can to help. Local enrollment workers, tasked with explaining the complex health care law, are figuring out ways to help Americans sign up for insurance, even as the website remains broken.
At stake is the very success of the program, which could suffer long-lasting damage if the flaws at HealthCare.gov are not fixed fairly soon.
With the website acting glitchy, enrollment assistants are offering sign-ups by telephone, setting up appointments to try the site again and carrying on with their educational events.
"Potential enrollees get to a certain stage where they're not able to move forward because of an error message," said Dizzy Warren, who is the community outreach manager at Michigan Consumers for Healthcare in Lansing. "We can't honestly confirm how many people have actually been enrolled."
If HealthCare.gov isn't doing better by the middle of November, consumers could start getting disillusioned.
Huffy Puffy Post - Collectivist propaganda outlet.
The 'problem' with the community collectivists doing manual sign ups is the adverse selection. Those that get manually signed up will be poor unemployed. Americans who probably do not understand that due to high deductibles they still can not afford to see a doctor.
What a mess and political hammering will not save it but rather weaken what structure there is further.
The incredible duration of the SEC 'due diligence' is stunning. As many have noted, the S4 reflect no material changes.
The wide and inefficient discount to LNCO remains proving trading is not efficient.
rlp'd as usual posted information out of context so it is completely useless. What assumptions the $29 price target is based on is the critical reference.
LINE is a good team that screwed up. BUt ethane rejection and pressure problems are issues they are capable of working around or through. Coming into quarterly reporting they have a nice tail wind with ngl prices and oil prices. Also an update on guidance for the acquisition.
In the end analysis if management executes and establishes clear guidance above 1 coverage it should set off a virtuous cycle. Eliminating the large risk discount on operations. Sooner or later the SEC has to finish their 'Due Diligence'. But if coverage guidance is above 1 the time initiative returns to LINE and management.
Good fortune all real individual American Investors.
well rlp'd you are certainly the board investment and economic ratbag.
Based on your unwillingness to learn the basics and the defective uncivilized character to never admit your mistakes.