shhhh. You got that right. In fact, think about who ran it up. Same people that bought low, ran it up to over $3....sold at a profit....and then sold some more (shorting) and are driving it back down. Then at some point they buy that back and repeat.
Can't beat 'em, join 'em!
not testy....I would just say that the daily and weekly fluctuations are not important. Day trading is for losers who want to be like the suckers they show on TV. With the stupid tax code, I would never sell a stock I owned in less than a year and go from the 20% bracket into the 39.6% bracket...for me that is.
Anyway, lets get back to important discussions like RINs, legislation, feedstock, buybacks, and of course.....I almost hate to bring this up............the synm plant. (ouch). Its like an albatross.
the insider buys realize. I wonder...and worry a bit....when that insider buying stops. Maybe when they get that big check next year for the retroactive tax credit, they use the money to buy up the rest of the shares.
so what? Its their income. The feedstock costs did not go up during this same period. That goes right to the bottom line, about 100 million to the bottom line if it stayed like this for a year. Its a big deal.. Odialt.....post feedstock costs at same time you post RIN values please.
you are a fool. The price of any stock can only go one direction...out of two. That's a 50/50 shot genius. You lost. That means someone won. Try doing the opposite of what you think.
look at the 5-day. Do you really think the train has left the station? Nice passive pump bestchie....but you have to get up much earlier than that to fool anyone. As you can see, or anyone can see with eyeballs, there are buying opportunities every day, day after day.
yeah...so much volatility. LOL. No one cares about AA but the holders of the stock through their 401ks. Their PE ratio is still over 21, way too high. See you in the $6's. Anyway, if you can't beat em join em! Don't just sit around and wine about it. I am guessing you are an employee or AA or an ex-employee of AA. There is a much bigger world out there mandi. Get away from this sector.
go look at the BP stock price then and now. The real issue will be if CEO resigns, not just because of this, but other cost cutting measures and overall performance. Someone has to fall on the sword. Then what? Split up the company? Selling assets? Not good for a long time.
You know something will give...whether it be a story of problems at producing fields (increasing water cut due to ramped up production), war, increased demand vs supply, etc.... I think most agree in 10 years the oil price will be higher, not lower. Dividends will be paid. A very good long term investment with a nice regular dividend.
And that is the problem. Not a high flying quick money making stock. Problem for some that is.
I doubt it. They will be filthy rich for life one way or the other. They sold a heck of a package to ol' Joe Public, eh? Never any earnings, always "looking to the future", relying on state and federal subsidies.....what a game. They must have learned some of this from Bezos.
Hope none of you guys gave these salesman some of your hard earned money. If you did....well....as they say, " a fool and their money are soon parted".
don't worry, the earnings and ultimately the dividend will put in a nice floor. That and all that cash. What? Oh wait....my bad, wrong message board.
correct. We all know that. That is what this stock and risk and lawsuit are all about (in a nutshell). Huge upside. If "proven".....buyout.
holy cow....came back to board after years and same ol names still here....crying and wining. You lost boschetti......move on. Don't be a doosh.
think yinvestor. Look how many shares are out there. How many are insiders. It is up to them to stop them from being borrowed and shorted. They do not. why? Because it allows them to buy back more of the company for less. Eventually they will have it all.
So the way to make money on this stock may be to trade it...not hold it. Also to short it....then buy back and go long...same basic thing. One day they will take what is left for $10. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news....but that is what has been happening, what it looks like, and probably what will happen.
are you talking about the demand of feedstock subsidizing the feedstock suppliers? If so.....I bet I know their next purchase. A little diversification would be nice...kind of like big oil have refiners as well as Exploration & Production.
nice Jim. Wish I had more "dry powder". Let me ask you an opinion......when would you think of selling (profit taking), even if to get back in at lower price......as it seems very volatile now. Heck, just look at the low yesterday to today. 20% move.
Kind of a personal question....so no biggie if no reply.
Well.....they are up here in the very northern part of Washington....Seattle. Pretty cool facility. Access to water, rail, truck. Good place to ship from. Good buy. Regi is proving to be pretty good at buying facilities. Interesting play. Lets see if they get that producer credit in future. That would be big.
By the way, how do you like the 15% swing this morning when those sold right away based on earnings...without reading that it was compared to last year with the BTC whereas this years data does not have it in there yet. I bet Regi bought more shares today. They still have about 1 million shares to go to fill that declared quota.