"Seems like your not big on thinking or planning."
Right Abdul. And I'm also lazy. It's a lot of work picking the peanuts out of the elephant dung.
This link goes to a pretty good analysis of the various macros.
Or both. Sounds like someone with info or a hunch regarding a SLCA buyout of HCLP. Last thing you want when you are destitute is a bunch of cash on the books like HCLP..... someone will buy you out. lol ...
Seems like a lot of strategy just to hedge a risk. I love being a small investor, I can just pull the trigger anytime I want to and no strategy is needed.
Debt is ok if they use it for accretive purchases. It's not like money can get any cheaper. And what better time to add to the business,,, probably the soft market facilitates their acquisitions.
But that's the point, whacking a whole sector leaves an opportunity for longs to strain the babies out of the bathwater. Oversold and overbought are relative concepts with 100% of everybody wrong....
I'd say the funky was the drop for no obvious reason. Too bad too, the greedy fkers like me moved into the neighborhood. Anyway, it always seems good stuff that gets shoved under water for no real reason tends to make me money.....
The promised land of 30 never arrived so I went ahead and turned on my vacuum cleaner. Hope you don't mind if I grab what I want now instead of waiting. As a group, shorts are predictably unreliable and never deliver as promised. I'll just be holding my nose while the vacuum gets up to speed here....sort of like a jet, huh.....wussy in the beginning but wait till you get pushed back in your seat during take-off.
So yea, some ws pimples probably erupted over the non-deal happening and , haha, it's lessen time. I've never actually owned this one before so this'll be fun....like catching knives. Something to tell the grandkids about.
That sounds like some recovery has taken place. So I finally bought some this morning. It of course will be your fault if I scrwd-up. LOL .... Anyway, shares under $10 sound pretty cheap. If indeed the crack spread is working for us, then pop into the teens is probably eminent. At $10 I suspect there is a good chance of having my cake and eating it too.
Just guessing, there is probably some overhang coming from the quick pop off the bottom in February. And also probably some interested parties who helped prop up the unit price while the wind was blowing which now need to carve back their position with things coming back into focus. Anyway, it was a no-brainer at $20 and still a reasonable investment at $26. Just needs a bit more time to digest a big breakfast. The fundamentals are self-evident.....
Alon also announced today that its Board of Directors has declared the regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.15 per share. The dividend is payable on June 6, 2016 to stockholders of record at the close of business on
Refining won't slow down on account of not being profitable. But that doesn't mean I'd own it currently. You ever hear about what happens when the power goes out at a glass factory? Can't imagine rebooting all that plumbing full of solidified glass. I wouldn't own that either....even if it got real, real cheap. Might be the case here, getting cheap and not much is going on. I wouldn't say the pe will go to 2 since that is ridiculous, but at some point metrics just don't matter and there are better places to be.
Just waiting for da gummerment to say ok. Right? And it would be way to much to ask of such an important company ceo to give us a clue as to what to expect and when. It's very important to keep it a secret so only GS and a few insiders know what is going on. Can you imagine if shareholders knew anything?
Anyway, they obviously are in hiding since they let Costco go to Visa. Maybe next time... 30 years from now. Being over the hill personally, I can safely say paychecks are more important then success, so I'm not whining about them missing out on a Costco contract. Or am I?
Pretty idealistic advise... buy and die. Might be a bit difficult to time it right if you are not near the end. I bought my 95 year old mom a bucket full of EPD recently. That probably guarantees she will outlive us all.
Anyway, I'm glad I've bought and sold my MLPs as conditions have changed and live to die a different day.....
Moving up certainly could not be due to the impending dividend announcement. Nor any positive business development. The market just does not operate on such idealistic principals.
Not to mention 12 million shorts can't all be wrong at the same time.
Shelley C. Chapman was sworn in as a United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of New York on March 5, 2010. At the time of her appointment, she was a partner in the law firm of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in the Business Reorganization and Restructuring Department, where her practice included the representation of debtors, creditors, and other parties in interest in major chapter 11 cases and out-of-court restructurings.
Judge Chapman received a B.A. with distinction in all subjects from Cornell University in 1978 and a J.D. from Harvard Law School, from which she graduated cum laude in 1981. She served as an editor of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.
Prior to joining Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in 2001, Judge Chapman was a partner at Sidley & Austin and served as an Adjunct Professor at Brooklyn Law School in 1985-86. From 2001 through 2007, she served on the Board of Directors of inMotion, a non-profit organization that provides pro bono legal services to indigent women and children in New York City, primarily in the areas of matrimonial, family, and immigration law, serving as Board Chair from 2004 to 2007.
Prior to her appointment, she served on the Executive Committee of the UJA-Federation of New York's Bankruptcy and Reorganization Group and on the Advisory Board of the ABI New York City Bankruptcy Conference, and has been active in Cornell University and Harvard Law School alumni affairs.
Judge Chapman is a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy and a member of the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges. She is currently serving on an advisory committee to the ABI Commission to Study Chapter 11 Reform and is the Judicial Chair of the ABI Mid-Level New York City Conference. She also served on the 2012 NCBJ Education Committee.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Shelley Chapman in Manhattan Tuesday said Sabine should be able to reject the contracts -- with HPIP Gonzales Holdings LLC and Nordheim Eagle Ford Gathering LLC, an affiliate of Cheniere Energy. At the same time, she said she didn’t want to decide an underlying legal dispute “in a binding way.”
noise. Or maybe the shorts who have been hammered dog meat lately are rebelling and ganging up on stocks they like. Talking heads were trash talking shorts just this morning so maybe shorts are having a little hissy-fit. Or maybe just one big fund decided to take the profit on the pop from 20.