He may be right, today may be another ugly day for fro. I am suggesting perhaps gaps are being filled. Either way, I am invested and patient.
We may see another financial melt down due to this, all the loans, bonds, etc. will default when shale producers close shop.
It won't reverse today, sorry. My crystal ball is better than yours.
Oil has gone down for one reason, the OPEC team wants to crush American shale production. Also, Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal promises oil will never reach $100.00 again. Why?? I already told you why. How?? OPEC can produce 1 barrel of oil for U.S. $10..00 a barrel and still be profitable while shale cannot do it for less than U.S. $60.00 a barrel. And stop worrying whether or not FRO will pay a dividend, worry about them paying off debt first, ffs. Which should not be a problem.
It's not going to happen this week. My crystal ball is better than yours.
Please, kind sir, kindly Google Taqiyya. You will get a better understanding of Obama's motives.
Then, he needs to close off our borders and shut down all 30+ Islamic Paramilitary "Micro countries" strategically spread across the U.S. and Canada like Islamberg, New York and Holy Islamville, South Carolina, just to name a couple.
No, I didn't. I said that the ships mentioned in the article are not owned by Frontline anymore. Then I posted the VLCC's Frontline has in their fleet. Then I said they must have sold them, meaning, the ships mention in the article, but not on the list, must have been sold, sorry for the confusion.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
2.10 is my close prediction, time will tell. GL. I am neither short or long, I am invested.
Moron?? O.K. then google this "Frontline Sells Three VLCCs as 2015 Looms" And elaborate how much of a moron I am after reading it. GL :)
VLCC as of December, 2014
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Type Vessel Manager Flag Built Hull S.Dwt Yard
VLCC Front Century ITM MI 1998 DH 311 189 Hyundai
VLCC Front Vanguard ITM MI 1998 DH 300 058 Hitachi
VLCC Pioneer 2) Seateam IoM 1999 DH 307 000 Samsung
VLCC Front Circassia V.Ships NO MI 1999 DH 306 009 MHI
VLCC Progress 2) SeaTeam IoM 2000 DH 307 000 Samsung
VLCC British Purpose 2) BP IoM 2000 DH 307 000 Samsung
VLCC Front Scilla ITM MI 2000 DH 302 561 KHI
VLCC Pride 2) SeaTeam IoM 2000 DH 307 000 Samsung
VLCC Front Tina 3) V.Ships DE LIB 2000 DH 298 824 KHI
VLCC Front Commodore 3) V.Ships DE LIB 2000 DH 298 620 Hitachi
VLCC Front Ariake Thome IoM 2001 DH 298 530 Hitachi
VLCC Front Page Thome LIB 2002 DH 299 164 Hitatchi
VLCC Front Falcon Thome BS 2002 DH 308 875 Samsung
VLCC Front Stratus ITM LIB 2002 DH 299 152 Hitatchi
VLCC Front Hakata SeaTeam IoM 2002 DH 298 465 Hitachi
VLCC Front Serenade Thome LIB 2002 DH 299 152 Hitatchi
VLCC Front Force Thome Cyprus 2004 DH 305 422 Hyundai
VLCC Front Energy V.Ships NO MI 2004 DH 305 318 Hyundai
VLCC Front Endurance 1) V.Ships NO MI 2009 DH 321 300 Daewoo
VLCC Front Kathrine 1) V.Ships UK MI 2009 DH 297 000 SWS
VLCC Front Queen 1) V.Ships UK MI 2009 DH 297 000 SWS
VLCC Front Eminence 1) V.Ships NO MI 2009 DH 321 300 Daewoo
VLCC Front Cecilie 1) Seateam HK 2010 DH 297 000 SWS
VLCC Front Signe 1) Seateam HK 2010 DH 297 000 SWS