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goodguy24xxx 7 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 22, 2015 7:59 PM Member since: Aug 20, 2007
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    From the Secretary General of OPEC...

    by twelve12pm Jan 21, 2015 11:10 AM
    goodguy24xxx goodguy24xxx Jan 22, 2015 7:59 PM Flag

    I am only looking at the chart, pal. My comments have nothing
    to do with reality. However, in my humble opinion.............

  • Reply to

    From the Secretary General of OPEC...

    by twelve12pm Jan 21, 2015 11:10 AM
    goodguy24xxx goodguy24xxx Jan 21, 2015 5:53 PM Flag

    I am not savvy enough to be called a "chartist," but if you take a look at the chart for WHZ, it
    may appear that the tide turned somewhere during the last week of Dec and the first week of Jan.
    That being the case, if it may be true, one can draw a line on the chart and see that the price
    of WHZ may return to somewhere in the 10 to 11 dollar vicinity sometime around March 21 or
    about three weeks after the next divi. Let's all see whether that in fact happens. I think I will
    put my tokens on that happening. You heard it here first. All bets are off, however, if Iran gets
    the bomb.

  • Reply to

    What does this thing do?

    by arfmooocat Jan 21, 2015 2:58 PM
    goodguy24xxx goodguy24xxx Jan 21, 2015 5:17 PM Flag

    bombs away. look out below.

  • Reply to

    What has or hasn't happened?

    by twelve12pm Jan 8, 2015 12:41 PM
    goodguy24xxx goodguy24xxx Jan 8, 2015 2:48 PM Flag

    twelve, you probably stumbled upon what is actually going on, i.e. "nothing." Yes, the Saudis
    decided recently to hold the line and not pull back on production. Yes, we have seen fracking
    for some time now. Yes, our own shale oil production has figured in the mix. All of these things
    have been ongoing for some time now. Note that some subtle things have also been happening.
    The Russians are gasping for air now that the price has fallen, which has not gone unnoticed by
    the Saudis. The Venezuelans have staked their economy on the price of oil being over $100
    a barrel not unlike Russia and other low-lifes like Isis have been set back on their heels because
    they were taking advantage of the higher prices. The U.S. likes the drop in oil price because
    gas is getting cheaper at the pump. The Saudis like the fact that Russia is gasping for air.
    And Iran is also gasping some now. Seems the free world likes the status quo at the moment
    because all of the "bad guys" are sucking wind. What is not to like? Oh, that's right. We
    folks who hold WHZ are getting anxious now because a higher price of oil keeps WHZ pps higher
    on the market. The best thing for any of us holding WHZ is to simply be calm and wait for the
    winds to take the oil price back up a bit. WHZ will then climb a bit and we will all resume
    watching our TV soap operas and planning for retirement in the Bahamas. Life is good.
    Be happy.

  • Reply to

    Pure Income..

    by marmadon2003 Jan 6, 2015 5:42 PM
    goodguy24xxx goodguy24xxx Jan 8, 2015 11:54 AM Flag

    agree with mobe. the simple answer is look for yield. also look for a divi.
    but as with life, there is no simple answer to your question. if you want to
    experience more than pure chance, then become a skilled and knowledgeable
    trader.

  • Reply to

    This Amazes Me

    by innsbrooklad Dec 2, 2014 10:11 AM
    goodguy24xxx goodguy24xxx Dec 8, 2014 12:22 PM Flag

    you are right there. go figure.

  • Reply to

    WHY WOULD SAUDI CUT PRICES

    by davecharles2901 Dec 4, 2014 3:08 PM
    goodguy24xxx goodguy24xxx Dec 8, 2014 12:19 PM Flag

    you are correct about Russia and Iran. we are talking big stakes games. the Saudis are in this
    for their lives. the U. S. "gains" in that it checkmates Russia and deals a severe blow to Iran
    that may bring them to the bargaining table on the nuclear issues. 40% of Iran's economy is
    based upon the price of oil being above $90 a barrel, so they lose as long as it stays below
    the $70 mark. yes, it impacts our concerns about WHZ, but when the decision is made to halt
    production in Saudia Arabia, for a period of time, it will mark the nadir for WHZ pricing. that
    is when one may consider backing up the truck and hauling in as much WHZ as one can fore
    it will be upward after that no doubt. --- at least until the 2021 timeframe when it is supposed
    to go to zero. as far as U.S. shale efforts, the supposed cut off price of oil is around $40 when
    the cost of extracting becomes more than the gain envisioned. only after that point, if the
    price should continue to drop will you see movement to shut down the U.S. industry in that
    regard. the solar and wind industries will collapse of their own pricing after that. they will be
    way over priced when that happens. even the #$%$ on the left will not be able to keep your
    tax dollars flowing into those expensive markets.

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