Well they think I am notsosimple11 so what do you expect. He was their main obstacle to having board control and still is. LMAO...Little people like Chicago, Howard and maybe a couple of others feel that other successful investors are taking away from their glory of touting success. For them the best way for them to bring someone else or me down to their level is to trash them! Notsosimple11 or I or anyone else for that manner should only worry about them and maybe if they would they could be a better investor. The Howard and Chicago's and their associated ID's are total examples of failure. His $19 by the 19th just an example of many. It really appears as if they have a problem with success, especially when they keep bringing it up and challenging that concept.
Natural gas can be exported through a process converting it to liquefied natural gas. LNG is natural gas cooled to very low temperatures reducing considerably its volume, making it practical, from a physical and economic perspective, to transport gas over long distances. The two main ways of transporting gas over long distances are pipeline and LNG shipping. In some instances only one or the other is viable, as LNG ships cannot operate on land, and pipelines are prohibitively expensive over long sea distances. A growing emergence in disparity between location of natural gas reserves and the nations that consume natural gas has resulted in a rise in the percentage of natural gas traded between countries, to 31% from about 16% about two decades ago, a trend that should continue to persist going forward
As production continues to increase the U.S. may become soon a net exporter of natural gas. As U.S. natural gas prices are much cheaper compared to the rest of the world, the opportunity to sell natural gas to foreign countries is huge. (GLOG) , (GLNG) is a way to play this.
Cheniere Energy (LNG) another opportunity. There are also many other ways to pursue these investments in the LNG field Currently offering solid growth prospects and a high-dividend yield of 5.6%, the company does carry a higher debt limit which can be a negative as far as investing goes. This means for an investor one must do the DD to trade this stock. A closer look would indicate that with the long term contracts, the high debt should not be an issue.
As always with any investment there is risk. The information presented here has been gathered from various reports and articles from the internet. This is not a solicitation to buy or sell, but is provided to give you some insight as to how I invest in Dividend paying stocks.
Good luck going forward with your investments.
Looks like you rocked their world... What is it they say? O' yeah, "I've fallen and I can't get up!"
They will claim anything because you see that's the way they are, even when they lose.
Their problem, only they can solve and really they do not have the ability to solve.
We know he is here as he seems to have a thing about the thumbs down thumbs up thing and at least for me thinks it really means something. Chicago seems to think the same and all of his other ID's for that matter. Personally I found out that ignore works better for me as I do not have to read their garbage they broadcast. .
But when a person cannot defend his remarks especially on a day of remembrance and is afraid to use his normal ID you know he actually does not care about those who lost their lives. I am almost sure he set up the new ID because he knows I have him on ignore and he believes that Notsosimple11 is actually me. Luckily there are enough sober souls on this message board that feel differently than them.
Aloha from Timbuktu
Could be some kind of STD or maybe a fascination of some sort. Maybe picked it up from the Howard connection as Howard seems to have the same affliction, and has discussed 2500 dollar #$%$. They seem to live on the extreme sexual side of life. But I am not to judge anyone on their preferences or ideas, and it is based solely upon what they have posted. Sadly they prefer to use such expressions to influence their perceptions about a certain situation or discussion.
Well the 19th is here! No $19 for EMC. Looks like Sam missed again on this one. Hope he shorted it as he lost his backside. What does he not understand? Losers seem to compound their problem by believing they know everything, when in reality they have a lot of learning to do.
Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE: PXD ) is exiting its Alaskan oil operations and it's taking a loss to do so. The company simply sees better opportunities in Texas. The fact that it's sitting on what it believes to be the world's second largest oil field certainly doesn't hurt.
Pioneering the Alaskan frontier
For Pioneer, Alaska represented just a drop in the bucket compared to its vast potential in the Spraberry/Wolfcamp in the Permian Basin. Its production in Alaska has steadily fallen over the past year as it has gone from 4,875 barrels of oil per day in the second quarter of 2012 to 4,209 barrels of oil per day as of last quarter. At the same time its Spraberry/Wolfcamp oil production has grown by more than twice its total Alaskan output.
This is why Pioneer's decision to exit Alaska makes a whole lot of sense. It can grow so much faster in Texas where it has a massive scale position and a large runway of future opportunities. What it is lacking is cash to invest in that growth.
In the sale of its Alaskan assets, Pioneer is picking up two streams of cash. First, it'll take a $550 million cash infusion from the buyer. But in addition to this Pioneer will now be able to reallocate the cash it has been investing into its Alaskan operations. This year the company had earmarked $190 million of its $2.75 billion capital budget to the state. All that cash can be reinvested to its Texas oil assets.
The Market seems to think this is a good move PSE / PXD both up big time today. Looks like the so-called shorts bought the big one today.
Notice all the thumbs down. Must be a reflex action as it is very telling how he believes that a thumbs down actually means something. All it means really is that he read the messages.
Have a good day all!
Poor spanky, I wonder which idiot posted him as an alternate.....My guess Howard, as he appears to be a little daft anyway. But we all know he has a closet full of ID's...Chicago as well but I believe Howard is the main source.
As stupid people tend to hang out together as they can relate to each other.
The old thumbs down trick, works every time. They were caught but for the life of them afraid to admit they were caught. Of course I wouldn't be able to see their message unless I wanted to, but it would be grayed out.
Not a big deal but
I WAS ABLE TO RECTIFY THE ISSUE BY DOING A LITTLE RESEARCH
SEEMS THAT MY FRIEND AND YOUR FRIEND CHICAGO REVERTED TO USING HIS OLD ID ON THE 13TH. WHAT I DID NOT UNDERSTAND WHEN IT WAS FIRST DISCOVERED WAS WHY WHEN IT WAS ON IGNORE WAS WHY I WAS SEEING IT.
THERE IT WAS chicagoormichigan INSTEAD OF chicagoormichigan111
LOOKS LIKE HE IS AFRAID THAT I HAVE HIM ON IGNORE AND HE WANTS TO PROVE HE IS NOT. WHILE I USUALLY DO NOT LOOK AT MESSAGES BEYOND 3 HIS MESSAGES SURE STOOD OUT.
HOWEVER I HAVE FIXED THE PROBLEM.
What's funny about all this is that our new POSTER SPANKY also appeared about the same time as his old ID......
Just a thought......
Watch him enter with some bright story or excuse again trying to cover up his non-mistake. Probably will say someone is trying to copy his ID when we all know he has used it before.
As the gray messages point to success. Remember Friday the 13th of Sept. An important day in his life.
UPDATE: Topeka Capital Downgrades Pioneer Natural Resources as Valuation Presents Limited Upside
Dwight Einhorn, Benzinga Staff Writer
September 16, 2013 9:08 AM
In a report published Monday, Topeka Capital Markets analyst Gabriele Sorbara downgraded the rating on Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE: PXD [FREE Stock Trend Analysis]) from Buy to Hold, and lowered the price target from $200.00 to $195.00.
In the report, Topeka Capital Markets noted, “We are downgrading PXD to Hold from Buy, as shares present limited upside to our revised price target of $195 (from $200.00 previously). PXD shares have appreciated 46.6% since our March 27, 2013 initiation, above its peers which are up 22.5% on average. Following the recent outperformance, we believe PXD is sufficiently valued on 2014/2015 EBITDA generation and relative to RNAV. While we believe PXD stands alone as the premier player with more than 700,000 net acres prospective for the Wolfcamp shale in the Midland Basin, the current valuation awards a paramount premium to the group. Further, the numerous catalyst wells with 3Q13 results add no incremental value to our RNAV and growth upside, given our production and RNAV valuation model factor in a ramp to 50 horizontal rigs in the Midland Basin by 2018 – also presenting execution risk, in our view.”
You will notice the target is $195. a premium to its current price of $183.
Those of us who have paid attention will be able to reengage with the stocks at a lower price
remembering that PSE will follow the PXD shares.
Hopefully this is information you can all use.
Their problem is me. Ignore is a problem they cannot fix. Goodbye!
This is just Too Easy
A typical post by Howard, but really makes no difference as either is still an idiot.
Poster created today...Again a Howard trick..But easy to ignore, so now I have one more ignored on what seems like a never ending list.
I see rollingstone took someone to the cleaners and ...kind of funny when you think about it.
Ran out of stupid claims. Could it be that they are still trying to recover from their beating in the markets?
Stand by for some more stupid remarks coming soon to a message board near you.
So your assumptions are based upon a sell of EMC shares without knowing the direct reason for it. OK,; everyone can assign their own reason so yours is based upon your feeling and not fact.
So 3par was a butt kicker to EMC. I suppose you can say that about any competitor or former competitor of EMC. So let's look at the 3par results and why HP did not continue that quest that 3 par started. Didn't work.
So I have just alluded to why your assumptions are incorrect. So let us look at a bigger picture. There are many companies that have some technologies that are currently better than EMC. Why is that? Well most are newer companies and their current technologies are built around one or two concepts built on improving the storage and transfer of data. While maybe still totally unproven they introduce it to the markets and within 4-6 months all competitors have a version of those technologies or an improved version. Because the original companies devoted all their resources towards one or two products they now do not have the resources to further develop them and are hoping for a buyout.
Declaration of dividends - Usually this is done one or more times a year when the company's financial results are declared and the company has made handsome profits/revenues.
To declare dividends for any other reason is your version and does not affect reality, but if you believe so OK.
Your lack of tax knowledge has been displayed through your messages. Being unable to use standard tax tables to reflect someone's tax liability depending on incomes is a giveaway. Being too general and not specific enough reveals only a general knowledge.
Finally for you to continue to say the EMC is in trouble without the FACTS to support it is again your opinion.
Do you really think that the customers of EMC would jeopardize their business by buying old outdated unreliable equipment? Their sales continue to not support that concept. VMW....Well they OWN VMW, so what is the problem?