and Miller is increasing production
what is not to love?
I dont see the gloom and doom in the earnings - as a long term investor I like what I see
but what do I know....
I didnt know when I posted this that is would get a little silly that day
I have been adding DORLN and for a long term hold should be easy $$$
I added on the dip but I added on the rip too (whoops)
not at all worried though - this is a $5 stock easy
I am no expert and am new to AXAS but to me it was just over sold
I came in after the great earnings and so you had a pop of new people like me - then it re-traced and now we are getting back to a decent pps
I think this will be over $4 before the new year
what I dont get is why anyone would now pay over 8 cents?
isnt the bar set at 8 cents max until some sort of resolution or BK?
I follow Phil Towns methodology of "stockpiling" - I know it sounds like a gimmick but it is just value investing more or less
I am "stockpiling" Arsenal Energy because I think it is under valued - looking to add under $5
I am primarily an investor and dont consider myself a trader. I have been able to trade in and out of DRL with a profit every time so far. I know timing is hard to do and I dont want to get left behind when the choo choo leaves the station. My trading with DRL has been some luck and just buying when it gets silly.
Long term I think DRL is an easy double.
Anyone think we could see the low 16's again - that is my no brainer / hit the buy button #
well during a recent house cleaning (to get un leveraged) I picked one of my flowers
I sold NHLD at almost a double - thanks to big dumper at 20 cents or so
this would be a happy story of an investment that went well - I made money
but i still lament the fact that NHLD is a great company and I see value at this price point still
is NHLD still a buy at .50?
thanks in advance
MILL is my largest holding but I have been adding AXAS - Abraxus
Michael Filoon wrote an article on Seeking Alpha where he said
"Abraxas has been divesting its non-op assets. This is all part of its transition from a non-operative to operated producer. About $40 million of its Bakken acreage was recently divested. I believe the strong operated results will push Abraxas to shed more of these assets quicker"
*Can anyone help me out with what a "non-operative producer" is?
also how do this contrast with MILL as far as Miller Energy buying assets?
where the assets MILL bought "operative"? is MILL an "operative producer"?
thanks in advance
LONG AND STRONG MILL with over 50,000 shares
thanks for the welcome and I wont be the only one
the "Panic Value Report" is a small newsletter with a great track record and he just added Petro America as a top pick
new to this board but long PTAXF
To me this looks like a real hidden gem - great earnings! I only own 16,000 shares and looking to double that
anyone have an intrinsic value on Petro America ?
I was long TAT and got out with a small profit
looking at it again at 77 cents - isn't "#$%$" priced in?
it looks to me like the market expects nothing decent to come out of here so from 75 cents I think the only place to go is up?
I know most longs despise TAT but if you could establish your position at 75 cents wouldn't you see things differently?
if this blind squirrel finds an acorn we should be above where it is at today