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letxequalx03 46 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 16, 2014 3:36 PM Member since: Sep 13, 2007
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  • letxequalx03 by letxequalx03 Oct 16, 2014 3:36 PM Flag

    If cadmiumj shows up and starts pumping it again, run for the hills! He is always the 100% certain sign of a total collapse.

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Oct 2, 2014 3:40 PM Flag

    How about a hundredth of that? Long term, WLT bagholders will be lucky to get a buyout at .50 cents. I rmember all these same lame posts for PCX and JRCC coal companies when they were in the 3 to 5 per share range, and then plummeted to BK and pennies.

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Oct 2, 2014 1:11 PM Flag

    That's what they said about JRCC and PCX just before they went BK and dropped to zero, LOL! I remember the thousands of bagholder posts exactly like this one. I wonder how bagholders feel about being in teh worst possible investment of all time, during the best bull market of a lifetime when ALL OTHER sectors have gone up massively with unprecedented gains since 2007?

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Oct 2, 2014 1:08 PM Flag

    How could shorts be burned when they already made so much off you bag holders, and moved on to greener pastures?

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Oct 2, 2014 1:07 PM Flag

    I remember all the morons who said this as PCX Patriot coal dropped from 30 to approx zero, and same with JRCC. WLT, ACI, ANR all on the path to the same fate. BK. Bondholders as a massive dscount will eventually own the company and profit. Bagholders, (as always), will be laughed into oblivion. Keep hoping though!!!! We've been hearing about those '1000% returns for three years now as coal miners have lost 95 to 99% of their value.

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Oct 2, 2014 1:05 PM Flag

    How could any short be 'scared' when they already took all the money from you bag holders in the 99.5% drop WLT has had over 3 years? The only shorts that will remain in WLT will be discount buyers of bonds who will short the common, and don't give a ratsazzz whether the common rises or falls going forward.

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Oct 2, 2014 1:00 PM Flag

    With WLT having gone from 140 three years ago to 2 now, shorts will be long gone with their massive profits long before 'met coal starts rising', there is nothing left here at 2 and change that would attract and retail shorts. And of course with met coal demand still currently in plummet mode, and Obama's EPA continuing their massive war on coal (and their war on America), there is no hope for any turn around anytime soon. Enjoy the bounce today, because now WLT is only down 137.70 over 3 years instead of 137.90 over 3 years!

    Or expressed another way, a LOSS of ONLY 99.4% value over 3 years instead of 99.55%!!!

  • Reply to

    coal stocks will run up in OCT

    by bankruptallcoals Sep 29, 2014 3:41 PM
    letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Oct 1, 2014 4:07 PM Flag

    LOL! You're off to a fine start all right. Who are you , cadmium? Only he invests 100% of his capital on margin in the worst sector play with the worst losses possible during the best bull market in history.

  • Reply to

    Short Squeeze, up 7%!!!!

    by letxequalx03 Sep 30, 2014 3:21 PM
    letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Oct 1, 2014 4:02 PM Flag

    Oops, that short squeeze was sure short lived! Up 8% than down 8% next day equals LOWER than before! ANR will be BK before it is all over. Ditto BTU and ACI.

  • Reply to

    Short Squeeze, up 7%!!!!

    by letxequalx03 Sep 30, 2014 3:21 PM
    letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Oct 1, 2014 3:08 PM Flag

    ".. Coal will run and when it runs it is a 10x. You idiot.."

    Yep, right on track for 10 bagger for you bagholders all right! LOL. Insanity is the definition of doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Like buffoonboy cadmium and all you other bagholders.

  • Reply to

    Short Squeeze, up 7%!!!!

    by letxequalx03 Sep 30, 2014 3:21 PM
    letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Sep 30, 2014 4:02 PM Flag

    Don't worry, we understand your angry bitterness and unhappiness. If I had invested in coal LIKE YOU, in complete ignorance of Obama's EPA and what they would clearly do to you once an ignorant electorrate put them in power, I too might feel unhappy about what was done to my rear end sans lubrication.

  • Reply to

    Short Squeeze, up 7%!!!!

    by letxequalx03 Sep 30, 2014 3:21 PM
    letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Sep 30, 2014 3:33 PM Flag

    I am thrilled! I have made a fortune during the best bull market of a lifetime, being in tech stocks, Biotech, index ETFs, Treasuries, and even energy (LNG). If that counts for 'moronic' compared to bag holders in coal,,,,,,,,, which was the worst investment play possible during the best bull market of my lifetime,,,,,,,,,, then I hope to continue to be as moronic as possible!

    I am retiring on my gains, early retirement, taking about half my profits off the table since stocks are going well into oversold territory now. So glad to be a moron and not a brilliant investor like the 'bagholders' in coal. May I be a 'moron' for life, just the same as previous.

  • letxequalx03 by letxequalx03 Sep 30, 2014 3:21 PM Flag

    Wow look! Short squeeze! Up to 2.43! Now ANR is only 63.57 per share less than what it was 3 years ago instead of 63.78 less than where it was 3 years ago!!!! Long term longs must be thrilled!

  • Reply to

    China Demand for Coal Collapsing

    by letxequalx03 Sep 15, 2014 10:48 AM
    letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Sep 26, 2014 12:33 PM Flag

    "..That's SHAMEFUL rumor. The English version contains incorrect numbers.."

    REALLY Buffoonboy? Then explain THIS story about Met Coal at a six year low, partially due to declining demand in China. Or are you going to do your usual absurd spin with the numbers and pretend coal demand and price is really UP because only YOU know how to interpret the 'real' numbers. You know, like you did when you said silver was 40% higher than it actually was, or when you claimed auto sales were UP in teh great collapse of 2007,2008 when they actually were dropping like a stone.
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    Metallurgical Coal Price Declines to 6-Year Low
    By Tim Loh Sep 25, 2014 11:48 AM PT

    The quarterly benchmark price for metallurgical coal dropped to a six-year low, according to Doyle Trading Consultants LLC, amid a global oversupply of the steelmaking ingredient and a slowdown in Chinese demand.

    Australian coal producers and Japanese steel mills agreed to a fourth-quarter price of $119 a metric ton, down a dollar from the third quarter, Grand Junction, Colorado-based Doyle Trading said in a report today.

    The settlement dashes hopes for a rebound in metallurgical coal, which is down 64 percent since reaching $330 a metric ton in 2011. U.S. coal producers will have to continue focusing on cutting costs and potentially idling more unprofitable mines, said Daniel W. Scott, an analyst at Cowen & Co. in New York, said in a note today

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Sep 25, 2014 3:36 PM Flag

    "..Bought plenty of ACI to my heart's content at $4.72 today..."

    To add to your JRCC on margin at 25 and your PCX on margin at 25. Now both worthless. Oh wait, you buy on margin looking for triple digits. Oops, your 4.72 shares cost you more than a 100% loss. AGAIN

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Sep 25, 2014 3:34 PM Flag

    "It was good a good sign that paid bashers immediately gave me three negative stars.
    Nothing more need tobe said today. I am keeping all my coal shares and will add more on the next dip..."

    LOL! Those 'paid bashers' (as if), could get .001 cents a post and they'd be richer than you will ever be with your record.

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Sep 25, 2014 3:32 PM Flag

    ".. At the end of day when ACI reaches near triple digits I will be the one laughing."

    Hey buffoon boy, now that you lost 300% of your capital on margin, since these posts from more than a year ago, in your 'all eggs in one basket' coal plays, are you still laughing? The only good advice you have EVER given is to tell 'weak longs' to sell so you could be be alone in your quest to be the worst investor with the worst losses of all time.

  • letxequalx03 letxequalx03 Sep 25, 2014 3:30 PM Flag

    What happened to that 'bullish demand' from China when ACI was more than double where it is now buffoonboy?

  • Hey cadmium buffoonboy, still glad you voted for Obama now that his EPA appointees and leftist agenda have robbed you of every dime you ever saved, invested, earned, or borrowed? Time for a 'rewire' job on your neurocircuitry buffoonboy, because the wiring in your brain now is non functional.

  • Hey buffoon boy cadmium, what was that you were saying again about an imminent coal super cycle that only you had figured out and everyone else was too stupid to see? Weren't you just telling us about the exploding demand in China and all? Oh yes, you have been singing that same song for 3 plus years now. Never have I ever come across anyone that could be such a complete 'kiss of death' to a sector and a company. You destroyed PAL, EXM, then PCX, JRCC, and now ACI, ANR, and WLT. Only YOU could pick the worst investmebnt of all time during the best bull market of all time, and put all your borrowed and leveraged money into it on margin. Nice job buffoonboy!

    Metallurgical Coal Price Declines to 6-Year Low
    By Tim Loh Sep 25, 2014 11:48 AM PT

    The quarterly benchmark price for metallurgical coal dropped to a six-year low, according to Doyle Trading Consultants LLC, amid a global oversupply of the steelmaking ingredient and a slowdown in Chinese demand.

    Australian coal producers and Japanese steel mills agreed to a fourth-quarter price of $119 a metric ton, down a dollar from the third quarter, Grand Junction, Colorado-based Doyle Trading said in a report today.

    The settlement dashes hopes for a rebound in metallurgical coal, which is down 64 percent since reaching $330 a metric ton in 2011. U.S. coal producers will have to continue focusing on cutting costs and potentially idling more unprofitable mines, said Daniel W. Scott, an analyst at Cowen & Co. in New York, said in a note today.

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