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j0hn_chambers 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 22, 2014 9:49 AM Member since: Mar 15, 2006
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  • Thats is a really big bet.

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    FPP

    by hauleyray Aug 30, 2014 7:13 PM
    j0hn_chambers j0hn_chambers Sep 3, 2014 5:18 PM Flag

    explain "further increased revenues are improving and their unproven reserves" shouldn't they already had a bump in revenues. Maybe you can explain why revenue are stagnant after drilling several wells and unproven reserves meaning the next well will be different.
    IVAN was 7 a year ago and now its under 2. It bounced for a day and created bagholders like us. CHECK IVAN CHART ITS A DISASTER

  • j0hn_chambers by j0hn_chambers Aug 29, 2014 8:18 PM Flag

    If you too are bagholders for the majority shareholder family and the mediocre management please rate this with a thumbs up.

  • Possible senarios:
    1) Someone depserately needs to sell 2000 shares has to figure out how to sell without stock dropping 30 cents just by presenting true ask size. They sell in chunks of 100 shares.

    2) Level 2 is meaningless if demand is zero. Yes throughtout the day demand was zero.

    3) Great companies don't trade 1,665 shares. Someone would recognize greatness and snap up shares.

    4) ARGYLE WHAT PE DOES THIS GREAT COMPANY DESERVE? I will either buy or sell based on your justification for the PE you believe it deserves.

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  • j0hn_chambers j0hn_chambers Aug 28, 2014 4:31 PM Flag

    Reading this paragraph from your post copied and posted below I realize you are obsessed and delusional about FPP. Truth is no one can say "There's 0% chance that I am wrong" or "I am willing to bet my life that FPP has been purposely manipulated down the past few months.". I can't say with 100 % with certainty that this isn't manipulated but if you invest once in a while you will be wrong. I believe you are wrong about the manipulation by external forces but have you considered insiders trading quietly to cause minor ripples in the stock price? This is a thinly traded stock that level 2 may be misleading, Level 2 maybe showing avoidance by participants which can be confused for manipulation.

    I am not going to beat this to death. I am willing to bet my life that FPP has been purposely manipulated down the past few months. There's 0% chance that I am wrong. I watch level 2 quotes every day and I know what is happening is blatant manipulation. Nobody believes in conspiracy theories because most of the time they are wrong. I am not wrong.

    Argyle BACK TO THE QUESTION YOU REFUSE TO ANSWER:
    What is a fair PE for a stagnant company. I said 20 is generous and poor ole FPP deserves our generosity. Lets face it they have over promised and under delivered for the last 10 quarters. Forget the promises and look at the quarterly earnings tables.

  • j0hn_chambers j0hn_chambers Aug 28, 2014 10:53 AM Flag

    The price was still going up in May but that's when I started complaining about highly suspicious trading

    That is insider trading, as insiders find out it's a lousy quarter they let friends and families know its time to unload. This is so thinly traded that a 10,000 sell at the market could crater the stock they sell as quickly and as quietly as they can.

    Argyle you claim to be a stock guru, question what PE should FPP have? I say 20 is a fair PE for a company with no growth.

  • Peak earnings and sales were in Q1/2012 after first well with Cimarex. XEC seems to be avoiding drilling last well by giving excuses.
    Since first wellseveral wells have successfully drilled and severals wells have been worked over (workover program), but somehow revenues have been stagnant for a couple of years.
    Debt has been creeping up and cash pile has been stagnant.
    Every well's initial production described by management as amazing better than the last well, but overall revenues stagnant.
    PE is 38 not exactly cheap. Question what is reasonable for company with stagnant sales.
    So called manipulation is how thinly traded stocks behave. Many people avoid these stocks because they are difficult to get in and impossible to get out.
    On top of all that signs of insider trading.

    If you ignore the company's narrative with each earnings & drilling report and just look at SEC filings data you will see STAGNATION,

    With everything I've written who believes a buyer is in the wings?
    Who believes someone is doing everything possible to keep PE at 38.

    I do give thumbs down to moronic posts and thumbs up to reasonable factual posts. I expect friends and families will be thumbing down at this post. I for one only care about getting out of this junk with a small loss or a small profit. Management is incapable of giving us monster surge in stock price.

    If I was member of the Reaves family I would demand they find a partner/buyer ASAP.

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