Jeffrey, due to my wife's brain injury and subsequent disability, I don't have the time to devote to researching stocks
Lost 90% of my money because of
Getting an understanding of some mechanics of market maker and naked short selling
Naked" Short Selling
In a "naked" short sale, the seller does not borrow or arrange to borrow the securities in time to make delivery to the buyer within the standard three-day settlement period. As a result, the seller fails to deliver securities to the buyer when delivery is due (known as a "failure to deliver" or "fail").
Failures to deliver may result from either a short or a long sale. There may be legitimate reasons for a failure to deliver. For example, human or mechanical errors or processing delays can result from transferring securities in physical certificate rather than book-entry form, thus causing a failure to deliver on a long sale within the normal three-day settlement period. A fail may also result from naked short selling. For example, market makers who sell short thinly traded, illiquid stock in response to customer demand may encounter difficulty in%
In the best areas of the Marcellus it costs $1,100 per lateral foot to drill a well and they supposedly recover or have an EUR of 2.1 BCF/1,000 feet. So a well with a 5,000 foot lateral costs $5,500,000 and has an EUR of 11 BCF. Total Return on this well with NG at a buck would be $11,000,000. Subtract out Royalties and Taxes of say 25% and the driller will get back 8.25 Million. Around 70 percent of total production will occur in the first 3 years netting the company $5,775,000. Corporate overhead, interest, depreciation, etc. need to be accounted for as well. It seems probable to me that this best of the best type well would not be profitable with NG at a buck.
And I have some serious doubts about getting EUR of 2.1 BCF/1000 feet - a very select few wells will produce at this level if any.
EOG is the only shale driller that I know of that has been positive cash flow in thei
Facebook is full of fake accounts, many of them are opened by pedophiles and by people who use fake names to troll and pretend to be other people. I attempted to report obvious fake accountd and Facebook never disabled them.I don't think advertisers are getting their monies worth considering that most adds are anoying and most people I know have never mentioned that they saw a new product on Facebook or were made aware of something because it was in Facebook. From what I see snapchat and instagram and taking away share from Facebook with t
So ...roughly, device only needed to be around for approx 2 years for stability data and a single late stage trial. So call it 3 years. It can actually be quicker as UNS often state the materials in contact with the fluid path are all known materials so stability data should be a no brainer.
But of course just because a device doesnt have to be used in all trials and the whole clinical program; doesnt mean that the pharma and the device company are not
All my winners I owe to these guy
Nonsense! To say dividend is safe for 2 yrs ignores the cash crunch that SDLP faces beginning in 2017 as their fleet rolls over, at rates likely to be 40% below current contracts.
Nonnsense! To say SDLP is buy as if the prospects for the share p
Tiny hands bug me but 25 shares is amazing. Well, at least they are interested I just hope they learn.
Stops saved me bing on EXAS (profit) and CERS (loss). The EXAS profit covered CERS netting me about $20! Whoopie! I may move into oil. Need to stud
I wouldn't be stunned as these small cap stocks with no institutional support, dividend or revenues for that matter are going to have wild swings. This would appear to be the time though to place a bet on this stock as approval of the epi-pen could garner some institutional support. With the small float this stock could shoot up. Although what I would%
Two alerts for returns of $1700%
Got this alert from Ultima
The codified IRS regulations define that a REIT "must distribute at least 90% of its annual net taxable income (excluding capital gains) to shareholders". The three important concepts are 'at least 90%', 'taxable income' (not EPS) and 'annual' (not quarterly or semiannual but the annual amount). For a 'pass through entity', such as a REIT; the only relationship EPS has to the dividend is the relationship to taxable income. These considerations are why even though they can payout more than 90% they usually hold back to allow some flexibility for the annual total.
That said; consider these Treasury (IRS) Regulations:
Under §Section 858, a real estate investment trust may elect to treat certain dividends that are distributed within a specified period after the close of a taxable year as having been paid during the taxable year.
Now consider/consume this:
1) §Section 857(b)(9) provides that dividends declared