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Go to Seeking Alpha website, write the ticker LNG and you will find it there...
Easy money as we said. A 50% gain in a few days....and while shortie kids were playing, thinking that
technicals only counts.
Only issue left is if the deal will be announced on Monday, or if it will delay some days....
Jeroen Dijsselbloem @J_Dijsselbloem · 2 hours Ago
PM Tsipras and PEG Dijsselbloem agreed today to ask the institutions to engage with the Greek authorities to start work on a technical (1/2)
The similarities you provided are valid, but there are also many significant differences.
Russia is still a much stronger rival than Turkey but they will not take more than Turkey. After all, no one really tried to make Turkey to step back. On the contrary they got some help from US to do what they did...
-So, to make a strong popular (almost lifelong) leader like Putin of a strong country to step back a little from a country which belonged 100% to Russia's "vital space" is an achievement.
And what matters is that both US ans EU made that, so my comparison to a new Prime minister of a small country which is in need wants to show how easy is at the end, to make Tsipras compromise.
It is a complicated issue and I can't give you a specific answer.
As it seems for now, there is no need for that.
We will see more about it to Q4 I think.
As I told you I'm not here to pump, dump, bash or anything else like these kids doing.
The latest news from Germany shows that it will be a delay in the deal. It's possible that Greek ADRs will
fluctuate as I wrote yesterday.
I hope NBG will go down today in Athens SE, so I can buy there or here more. Here is the "bearish" news:
"Media reports citing a six-month extension of the Greek program generated a lightning quick denial by German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, who spoke after the G-20 meeting in Istanbul today.
According to Bloomberg, Schaeuble said such reports are “false.”
A plan to extend Greece’s current bailout program by six months -sans the attached austerity- circulated on Tuesday, ahead of Wednesday’s Eurogroup meeting, with the MNI news agency quoting Brussels “sources.”
According to reports by financial agency Deutsche Boerse, the Commission will propose a reduced primary surplus target of between 1.5% to 2%, while the European Central Bank (ECB) will accept Greek bonds as collateral again, or so the press report claimed."
The deal is done by 99%. An extension is on the cards with some points of Greek government to be accepted. There will be some ups and downs, but what I was trying to contribute here is that there is no Grexit, and investors/traders should have in mind that.
If you want to find the original article, search for the title of my post above, it's the same with the article's title.
I wrote that analysts do not believe in Grexit possibility. Another poster argued that most analysts say the
Some people confuse SERIOUS analysts with a couple of television stars.
I wonder, do these posters know Edmont De Rothschild? Do they realize for what they talked about?
As I can't post a link here, I quote a part:
Even once the eurozone entering new countries (such as Lithuania), others may leave said in its analysis of 12 January, the Edmond de Rothschild.
As he explains, the first thing that should be borne in mind, it is not linking the risk of default by Greece and the exit from the eurozone. While a stop payment is relatively manageable, a Greek exit from the euro could unleash the worst economic disaster in history.
"The right believes that Greece should proceed in default of its debt payments. Already did this in 2012, but the debt ratio to GDP ratio stands at 179%. Everyone agrees that this level is unsustainable. The Merkel knows this so the comments that a Grexit is impossible, more like a political statement rather than an economic fact. Some have forgotten, but why a Greek default was organized in 2010, was to save the big European banks (mainly German). Since then, they have reduced their positions without causing major damage. "
From 2012 onwards, continues Rothschild, Greece's debt is mainly in European institutions and the IMF. To reduce the Greek public debt between 60% -120%, SYRIZA would propose a payment default for two thirds of the (debt) of the official sector. "Here is the problem of Greek debt is political."
Hi Maria, as I wrote the deal is done and soon both stocks will react. These ADRs have gave many opportunities for trading the last two years and I think trading is a good strategy.
For the long term, I think Eurobank will survive, but the question is how many new shares will be
issued (and how many R/S will occur in the coming years). I believe they will dilute a lot in the future.
You read some blogs and newspapers and you think you own the absolute truth.
The question is if you are so ignorant or you are a shorter with a hidden agenda.
Varoufakis said that 70% of the previous deal is already accepted, no one in SYRIZA party has reacted and he is still very very popular in SYRIZA voters AFTER his statement!! (More than he sholud be in my opinion).
Bottom line: EVERYTHING you wrote is WRONG 100%. THE DEAL IS ALREADY DONE.
I don't intent to waste more time to debate with you. Those who bought NBG yesterday will make a very good gain in less than a month.
Firstly I work for the Greek "Ministry of Interior". So, I know very well what is happening here.
In the foreign affairs, there is nothing like "we are sooo tired". It is a game of interests.
As for the foreign policy, Greece will provide veto only IF they exit Eurozone. FYI, exit Eurozone means to exit the Euro, NOT the European Union. For example, Bulgaria has its own currency, not Euro, but it is a member of EU (European Union).
If Greece and its lenders do not achieve a deal, then Greece will be a problem IN the EU.
Lastly, you are wrong about the European voters: both French and Germans at percentages of 68% and 70% respectively believe that Greece must stay in Eurozone, according to last weeks surveys.
...with communists, aliens, etc, some facts:
1.Technically there is no way to be forced to the exit of Eurozone or European Union. Greeks only can go to their own currency if they vote for it, still there is no way to do it.
2. There is already a deal for the 75% of all issues related with the Greek debt.
3. At Eurogroup of 16th, they will have a deal, or a 5 to 8 months extension to negotiate the remain 25%. Both will make NBG to explode.
4. All European analysts agree that the cost of a new deal with Greece is lower than the cost of a
disagreement, for all their lenders.
5. Those who buy today will gain much, but the question is if the next 2-4 days lower prices will occur so
buyers can gain more then by adding.
Nothing else to consider here. Easy money, really.
Both dropped a lot.
I want to have positions to all oil related sectors and to big and small caps.
Despite the bearish analysis about PDS (http://seekingalpha.com/article/2798515-reasons-to-avoid-precision-drilling etc), investors should consider if the ongoing price drop has priced in ALL the negative scenarios. I think this stock is reaching oversold territories now.
From the oil producers I prefer the low cost, with no much debt and cash in the bank: PTA.V is one of them. Read the SA articles about this stock.
Other catalysts to buy this stock is: the depreciation of Colombian Peso and of CAD, while Pta.V sells in USD BRENT prices. The new about the measures the Colombian government will take soon to strengthen the oil industry. The strongest fundamentals PTA.V offers in comparison with all its Colombian, Latin American, African and Asian peers (also confirmed in SA articles).
From the nat gas weighted a interesting idea is QXP.V: recently investors bought shares at C$0.40 and the stock trades at C$0.35. Keep that thry bought at that price AFTER the oil price drop and the collapsing in energy stocks.
The trend started about 2 weeks ago and continues today. The gap widens more and more.
BRENT is up 1% today reaching $49, while WTI is down 0.2% reaching $44.3
-PTA has nothing to do with WTI of course. PTA's pricing is in Brent.