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foo_star 42 posts  |  Last Activity: 22 hours ago Member since: Jan 19, 2001
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  • Reply to

    When the dust settled

    by suuumguy Jul 8, 2014 8:36 AM
    foo_star foo_star 22 hours ago Flag

    Thanks for calling me moron, and then calling me childish. Gosh you're your own worst enemy. Go ahead, disappear for 6 months. My annual returns don't care how I spell dividend.

  • Reply to

    HOW FAR DO WE GO?

    by milo70kid Jul 15, 2014 3:38 PM
    foo_star foo_star 22 hours ago Flag

    And FWIW, bought 100 Jan 2015 $12.50 calls today at 15¢. Hoping they'l be attractive later this year either as straight sale or useful as cheap hedge against potentially going hard short again. At 15¢ it'd be cheap insurance. Had bids in for the Decembers (.10), Januarys (.15), and next January (.20) - these hit so I canceled the rest.

  • foo_star foo_star Jul 21, 2014 11:09 PM Flag

    Keebo, cat may be out of the bag on SDLP. Nice move in going there early. I just bot SDRL calls (ITM leaps) today. Jan 2016 $35 calls at 87¢ nominal time premium, so on short term strength could trade out, else still 18 mos to run. Good to see them stocking up on cash before newbuild contribution requirements weigh any further, IMO. Yes, dropdowns to come. Would be nice to see Saturn & Tellus booked.

  • Reply to

    HOW FAR DO WE GO?

    by milo70kid Jul 15, 2014 3:38 PM
    foo_star foo_star Jul 21, 2014 10:43 PM Flag

    I closed out my few Jan 12.50 calls I'd sold for 1.20 earlier, at cost of .20 today. Also some of my Jan $10s at .55. Not buying stock yet, and still net short but a bit less so. When the time comes I'll be buying shares and then hope to be able to sell calls against them once the puppy rebounds near the end of the year.

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    LR1 Tanker to be used for First Condensate cargo

    by el1genio Jul 16, 2014 9:54 AM
    foo_star foo_star Jul 21, 2014 10:37 PM Flag

    LR2 tankers at 2-month high spot today. Overall product rates healthy, VLs in the toilet.

  • Reply to

    When the dust settled

    by suuumguy Jul 8, 2014 8:36 AM
    foo_star foo_star Jul 21, 2014 10:33 PM Flag

    Bot 40 $35 Jan 2016 calls at 87¢ time premium today. Putting my $ where my mount his. Oops, suppose Kafue will ding me for 'bot' vs bought. ROTFLMFAO. (Or should I spell that out for you too, kafue?)

  • Reply to

    When the dust settled

    by suuumguy Jul 8, 2014 8:36 AM
    foo_star foo_star Jul 21, 2014 10:30 PM Flag

    One post in 3 mos and you use it for that? Now are you gonna criticize me for saying 'mos' instead of months, or 'gona' instead of going to? I use 'divi' or 'divvy' when I feel like it and plenty of highly respected posters do the same. I've been posting as long as you have. Checked your profile - established 15 years ago. You been under a rock?

  • Reply to

    Anyone adding shares today?

    by bigbear.2010 Jul 8, 2014 12:51 PM
    foo_star foo_star Jul 10, 2014 7:26 AM Flag

    I bot more 2016 $40 calls, doubled my options position. Paid 1.70.

  • Reply to

    Dividend here is now 6%

    by oropan45 Jul 9, 2014 2:09 PM
    foo_star foo_star Jul 10, 2014 7:21 AM Flag

    Hope you're right. Yesterday's drop hurt. NNA is my biggest single holding. SDRL is number 2 FWIW.

  • Reply to

    Why is NM dropping?

    by dean2013 Jul 8, 2014 1:10 PM
    foo_star foo_star Jul 10, 2014 7:19 AM Flag

    My thesis is that with spot rates so severely depressed rigth now, panas at near $5kpd only and having been lower if you can believe it, and with so much of the core fleet on short term charters either very recently expired or expiring this summer, that the next earnings will be low and with not much good to report in terms of new charters. That'll be the cover/buy opportunity. Then comes the seasonal strength late in the year and a better 2015 shaping up (per FFAs and the MArsoft report that went public as part of the GNK BK proceedings) so better charters being inked by late 2014 and so, opportunities to sell into the strength. In the meantime keep an eye on the NSALI spinoff prospects, and potential ship buys: AF just raised another 115m of fresh powder so a well received deal could be shown at any time. I covered part of my short at 9.12 since it arrived timely for me. Still short, trying to be patient. Could do with an update to the fleet status report.

  • foo_star foo_star Jul 1, 2014 8:45 AM Flag

    FCEL website doesn't show anything newer than 30 April wrt UI. PR from then begins: "April 30, 2014
    FuelCell Energy Awarded 5.6 Megawatts of Ultra-Clean and Efficient Fuel Cell Power Plants by United Illuminating for Renewable Distributed Generation Development

    Contracts Executed for a 2.8 megawatt Power Plant in Bridgeport Connecticut
    Second Connecticut Site to be named in the next 30 days
    DANBURY, Conn., April 30, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq:FCEL), a global leader in the design, manufacture, operation and service of ultra-clean, efficient and reliable fuel cell power plants, announced another utility-scale award for two 2.8 megawatt DFC3000® fuel cell power plants by United Illuminating (UI), part of UIL Holdings Corporation (NYSE:UIL). One power plant will be located in Bridgeport, Connecticut as part of a distributed renewable power generation project that also includes a solar array. The second installation will be located within the UI service territory at a site to be named in the next 30 days. "

  • Reply to

    39.99 do I hear 40?

    by foo_star Jun 20, 2014 10:03 AM
    foo_star foo_star Jun 20, 2014 10:15 AM Flag

    I put some Jan 2016 $40's up for sale at 2.85. That's twice what I paid. Still holding 38s and straight shares. GL.

  • foo_star by foo_star Jun 20, 2014 10:03 AM Flag

    cool beans!

  • Reply to

    Good News! UC Irvine.

    by thegreycorner Jun 20, 2014 8:48 AM
    foo_star foo_star Jun 20, 2014 9:48 AM Flag

    I see the attractiveness of owning a long term, solid cash flow asset. Maybe they could set up an MLP and drop down these assets to the MLP after attaching long term PPAs, and the MLP can attract capital cheaply enough to make it work that they can pay the parent near full value. I own NM, they have an MLP in NMM. I own SDRL, they have SDLP. Etc. So with some financial engineering it could make sense. In the case of NM or SDRL, the brains at the helm are very good at financial engineering. In the meantime FCEL can sell the asset with the PPA so some other group that can rustle up the cash up front so FCEL can monetize the rev stream.
    Today's PR says" FuelCell Energy is developing this project and expects to close on permanent financing on or before the commercial operation date of the power plant. The medical center has entered into a multi-year power purchase agreement to buy the electricity".

  • Reply to

    Good News! UC Irvine.

    by thegreycorner Jun 20, 2014 8:48 AM
    foo_star foo_star Jun 20, 2014 9:26 AM Flag

    UC Irvine has some panache for sure. On the financials, FCEL seems either more able to move first and arrange financing later, or is actually feeling forced to risk owning it a while themselves in order to get something out the door and a PR. Maybe some of each. They're not cash strapped and it's a small deal. They clearly do intend to get financing arranged - they cannot afford to end up owning many of these outright nor have they suggested they wanted to.

  • Reply to

    Stock Price

    by milo70kid Apr 29, 2014 1:19 PM
    foo_star foo_star Jun 16, 2014 3:56 PM Flag

    Wow, pop to 10.30+. Time to prep for moving short. Actually, just made a small move short, if we top 11 I'll be making a substantial move. Bulk FFAs for Q3 and Q4 are above spot now but below where we should have expected per seasonality & sentiment, and stock price. NNA doing nicely and with some geopolitical developments to back it up, but the NNA contrib to NM is perhaps being overstated. Way long NNA, just edged towards net short NM. GL trading.

  • foo_star foo_star Jun 2, 2014 8:39 PM Flag

    So far, hard as I've tried, I find nothing from SDRL talking about Rosneft taking a stake. They're free to buy shares, and free to talk, but I have to take these things with a few grains of salt, particularly when there are who knows how many translations / parties between the words spoken and what I read. Earlier reports were faulty in that it was actually NADL under discussion vs SDRL. I'm all for Rosneft taking a stake - it's a buyer for a stock I hold. Control is another thing. FWIW, I own essentially equal shares SDRL & NADL. Have some $30 Jan 2016 calls trading at intrinsic value - expect to convert to shares before ex-date next coupla days. Sold the rest of those (which I can't afford to exercise) today. Also have Jan 2016 38s and 40s :)

  • foo_star foo_star May 27, 2014 8:36 PM Flag

    Rare I get to say Play_tow may be optimistic, but: SDRL Benign Environment newbuilds may not do anything for NADL, Rosneft may pay in-kind to an extent in form of onshore rigs. OTOH, JF still solidly shrewd and any subsequent sale of NADL stake could net a nice premium. Heck, NADL trades as high as 10 in AH (SDRL up too). At 3am SDRL will post the Q results. That'll be tomorrow's story. As someone else already said (on iV?) SDRL results for Q may be tough to evaluate given consolidation items but interest will be high on Rosneft, also Saturn & Jupiter. Happily I'll get to see the early morning release before becoming otherwise engaged. Will miss the live CC. Look forward to all your comments.

  • Reply to

    Rosneft eyeing Seadrill stake

    by kyosti.kiiski May 26, 2014 11:18 AM
    foo_star foo_star May 27, 2014 8:22 PM Flag

    Believe Rosneft is going to pony up onshore equiptment vs all-cash consideration. Contracts on same. Also on the existing offshore rigs. Really not sure how much cash NADL will net, much less SDRL. I'll reiterate, has anyone seen SEADRILL say they expect Rosneft to take substancial stake in SDRL? Taking 25% of NADL costs very roughly half a billion. Of SDRL would cost probably 5 billion at absolute minimum, and going to near 50% as has been posted in press, certainly a premium, say $15B ?? So far I personally have not seen SDRL talking about Rosneft doing more than the NADL items. NADL makes most sense for Rosneft as, to put it bluntly, they're way the hell up North. Disclosure I bought a little more NADL today (though now I feel I was timid) and some more Jan 2016 $40 options.

  • Reply to

    Stock Price

    by milo70kid Apr 29, 2014 1:19 PM
    foo_star foo_star May 27, 2014 9:56 AM Flag

    This time I'm happy you were mistaken. GL. Fun with SDRL and NADL this morning.

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