I haven't seen mrpev's recent figures, but even with $40 oil we should be getting about $6 worth of proven oil and gas liquids for a $2 share. And these are not under the ocean or locked up in cracks in shale and in a country not torn up with civil strife. Perhaps that's why so much insider buying.
Shift from red meat should help a bit. Although prices are currently low, producers of vegetable protein have far more global competition than producers of fish protein. That makes MHG's consolidation prowess all the more valuable.
Different here gad. I sold my MPW and went to HCP because the former has huge negative levered free cash flow and a monster payout ratio. Besides, the latter is still selling under the 200 day avg whereas MPW is 6% above last time I looked.
Has that ever been done before? Seems like a costly method, especially if massive pumping needed in high water table.