I wouldn't broadcast my intent to sell at a future date. I'd tell the world after I sold. So if david is smart, he's really buying here.
anything could happen, but this is a keeper imho. low cost production and strong finances. Someone will take them out one day.
Bechtel-but there might be some anti-trust concerns.
With commodity prices collapsing everywhere, the dividend is highly suspect, imho. BHP will do what it considers best for the company. Don't be surprised if the dividend is cut. Next divvy would be normally paid in March with an ex date in early March and a declaration date of about February 15-20.
Look at the proportions of gas vs. oil for the two. DVN bought into the oil business at the top. CHK is still a gas co.
EOG is the best of breed, it's no wonder it's holding up (relatively). If it does tank, that will be the sign of capitulation for the sector.
the recent episode of "Stalker" has 39.37 minutes of showtime and 20.23 minutes of commercials.
The commercial time continues increasing everywhere. Why bother watching the show?
WLL is one of the few frackers with declining production costs. Hopefully they can improve operations at KOG.
book value is meaningless for an e&p company. The largest asset represents money already spent to drill. Expect a major writedown of those assets at year-end.
You need to focus on ebitda, debt, and reserves
There's no need to be rude in your comments. I'm truly interested in how you determine "best of breed"
And I didn't give you a thumbs down.