you just post the same garbage. What you posted does not at all refer to me accurately. you just generalize your propaganda. And the fact you post 3,190 times in 2 months proves you're the actual whacko, which everyone knows is true
i meant 2013 CNBC gave South Dakota #1 State rating in USA for economics.
Look it up you ignorant, Obama booty kissing, liberal hippies!! It is another fact you want to deny & spin
What?? As if Democrats aren't associated with the most voter fraud overall in history?? You're so full of hypocrisy!! ...And in regards to Bush 2000 election, the fraud you claim is not backed by any real evidence, other than liberal biased tainted diatribe!!
Wow, what a spamming loser!!! Imagine the countless hours spent posting idiotic propaganda. imagine the # of posts per day average!! 3190 posts in 2 months!!!! What a lunatic!!
The export factor is quite a while from affecting Nat Gas. Maybe in next 1-2 years at the earliest, otherwise exports aren't going to affect Nat gas back to 12 area. In fact, history shows us that exporting commodities into the world market long term helps balance out prices lower. We will not ever export much more than we would demand here anyhow, so I don't buy into the idea that exporting nat gas (LNG) will drive up prices a lot over long term. There may be short term spikes as reactions from such export news in future on occasions, but nothing long term supportive. Increasing energy production here in combination with eventual exports will be good for nat gas & oil prices. I would be more worried about Govt regulators & EPA, things like that to affect energy higher.
Rig count is often a distraction & over exaggerated in regards to the swing trade here. Is it a factor? Yes, but over focused sometimes. Many other things affect nat gas production, and movement of contracts by speculators. Anyhow, don;t let the rig count distract you from looking at DGAZ now or soon for scale-in. DGAZ an opportunity i think for short term swing trade.
And TLR is not following suit with other Jr miners/explorers (VGZ, THM, BAA, GSS, AUMN, JNUG, others). However, I think if gold breaks out and has a run for summer, I think TLR will pop to at least .20's or higher for a trade (while today near .11-.12). And eventually when they get a permit to advance forward with mining set up, then this could be a .50 stock in a heart beat.
I took start position @ 2.55-2.56 approx for DGAZ. i'll be happy to slash & burn for 1-2 more scale-ins on DGAZ if it drops more. But likely this week near 4.80 we saw peak (trade resistance) on nat gas @ 4.80. But if it stretches out to more overbought levels toward 5.00, I'll add much more of DGAZ.
Looking to sell DGAZ 2.95+, maybe 3.30+ this summer
Who's the maggot that thumbed me down?? As usual, a lot of riff-raff dirt bags on these boards, who go out of their way to thumb down a guy (as little children like to do), and with that said, I posted totally reasonable, hence undeserving of thumbs down
You're funny. You don't even know me. If you actually read my posts about trading these stocks, you'd see I'm not a pumper, just a short term swing trader commenting on opportunities on recent dips in these stocks. Are you not capable of knowing the difference?? Or are you instead too caught up in your psychopathic rantings on msg boards all day long??
Any stock is worst stock if you buy it too high (or if you don't take the profitable trade when it is happening)!! Blame yourself & learn from it.
PMBS is a great buy here near .001 in my view, as I've been waiting for weeks (as posted at this board here many times). A great day trader's stock, but also a stock with potential that could get back to .005 or .01+, so anyone complaining now about owning too high should wait until this stock reveals itself with more time & should also be buying it down at .001 levels for avg down.
Traders have been viewing the injections of nat gas as 'not enough' to recoup last season's withdrawals by next Winter, so traders are bullishly pumping up nat gas when ever weekly numbers are not very huge injections.
surprised on the down side, and why DGAZ got killed this morning! Now testing recent area support near 2.69-.2.70. Nat Gas is acting bullishly freaky for this time of year, but I can't help but be inclined to buy DGAZ soon anyhow, especially if we get any lower beyond today
so you are valuating TAS around .60-.70? That's effectively what you said back in April based on 1.15-1.20's share price. Half of that you might buy near .60's? Just reminding you of your own words.