Yes, itflies, soldoutloser is budfears, kadenstorm, welbie100, capt?, and others are ruined it. All they know how to do is to insult and name call those that disagree with them or offer thoughts that don't fall in line with theirs. Sad such folks inhabit the earth.
Not only are you the biggest piece of schiiit in the universe besides you buddy Obama but you can't write a legible sentence. The toilet paper to which you refer is your brain.
So you call me an a-- hole for quoting a news letter? I guess that makes you the biggest piece of schiiit in the universe, other than Obama.
A newsletter than, in fact, advises buying KOG but states they are not going to be a buyout candidate. I think he might be right. I think they would have been bought out already if it were going to happen. Why would they wait for the price to go up to offer if they wanted them? They would not. The industry knew there was good oil in the lower levels from other drillers when KOG was still in the $8's. No offer was made.
Very interesting Chocolate Dog. One's timing is pretty much everything. I have done extremely well with his recommendations. GEL, MWE, DBE, ATW, SLB, AMJ, just to name a few are all up about 50% along with lessor winners. Certainly a couple of losers too. But by and large I have done very well following him.
So, if it makes you feel better or worse, he recommends KOG. From your standpoint that makes KOG a loser and from mine a winner. We shall see.
expert, Dr. Kent Moors who publishes Energy Advantage Newsletter. He says its time to look at some of the smaller to mid size players who have NO chance of being bought out. A quote:
You see, the big boys cannot possibly entertain
developing medium- to smaller-sized fields. Their
overhead and project requirements are simply
too high. At these volumes, they just can’t make
It is a long article about such, but that is the main quote. He then goes on to name 5 such companies that won't be bought out.
Crzo, Kog, Mhr, Pdce, Wti.
So, I have hoped and thought we would get a buyout one of these days, but this guy does not seem to think so. He thinks these are good companies to invest in though, but that it will be a long slow road to increased prices, but worth the time and money to invest.
To bad is was not KOG. But when one figures what they paid for production I guess they would be giving about $4.8 billion for KOG. Take out KOG's debt and then divide by the shares and I believe (doing this quickly and roughly in my head) to about $10 a share for KOG. Hope I missed something or I am seriously disappointed.
is certainly good to see. Maybe we can see a rally in the oils tomorrow.
So you think that by the third quarter of 2014 KOG could be trading at a price LESS than what it traded right after this quarters earnings? That means in one year they would be trading for .10 less than post earnings high this past quarter based on your low end estimate.
That is certainly not what I wanted to hear. Hope it is better than that.
To be fair, 10% is a correction and 20% is a crash. KOG is nearing the 20% down mark since post earnings high. Call it what you wish, but it is ugly and very unexpected by me.
I had been hearing the the patch that oil was going to $90 and reported such here, only to be ridiculed and called stupid. But it appears that is the case and maybe that is the problem. Many of the small oils will be in a world of hurts profit wise with oil trading this low. I think that is hitting the shares of all these small oils.
much sucks. Maybe the drop in oil pirces. Getting worried KOG is going to drop back to the $10's or less.
action of this stock since hitting it's recent highs. Will start nibbling at $3.99 and buy down to the $2's again.
I really can't believe anyone gave you a thmbs down on this totally factual post.
Good thing Buffet owns trains or Obama might make hauling oil on trains illegal. Anything to hurt the USA.
Once the mistake is made it is too late to take it back. A blind man could see Obama's true stripes if paying attention. One SHOULD pay attention before voting for a president IMO. If they don't, they get what they deserve. Sorry if this offends you.
title is "How to become FILTHY RICH while bankrupting shareholders".