want a chance at big spikes in sp
big boys and dividends are boring to me; works for you no prob, enjoy
ain't skeered of some volatility and some long times in the doldrums
when the gold rush comes it's worth the wait
that's about it
Your posts add value to the board; nevermind the clown commentators who add nothing to it but their griping (with no better substitute)
we will know the flow rates soon
haha, spot on--what truly sad and contemptible jobs (or, if not, weird obsessions) these message-board bashers have
have never seen one give a straight answer to the question, "why are you here?" I can only assume they are motivated by altruism. Pfft.
Folks, this is an extremely prestigious place for INO to have the results of its study published
wow, Journal of Infectious Diseases is published by Oxford University Press
OUP is no joke!
ancient history to anyone who actually bothered to read the 10Q when it came out a month ago, but it's obvious the excerpts from it are highly selective and slanted to emphasize the negative and ignore the positive
He conveniently neglects to mention, for example, that revenue and EBITDA were up significantly YoY
The negatives on which he focuses are due to a loss on derivative contracts from 2013 and the absence in 2013 of some advantageous gas derivative monetization that was still available in 2012
Neither of those elements is going to make or break the company. The comments conveniently paper over the fact that the more important numbers in the 10Q (revenue, operating income, and EBITDA) are trending in the right direction YoY.
The 10Q tells us the company is profitable. Now we wait on Lillibridge and EFS numbers to see whether it will become more profitable.
Thanks for that tidbit. Hmm, wonder what portion of that $4.7 billion value was assigned to the Rocky Mtn assets. Hope Shell will be interested in doing further transactions with East...miracle me, Pegula!
Haha, thanks piroost, I appreciate your company! Agree that they have the balance sheet to withstand the current adversity, just have to be patient.
I've been crushed on my Entek (Green River Basin in Colorado) investment to this point, but plan to wait it out; Sundance has been very good to me, even at current share price--have great confidence it will be a big winner in the years to come; don't own any other Aussie-US stocks
I'm amazed, but the lower the better as I wait for the cash to buy more...have full confidence in the company and in eventual return of sp to its highs and beyond
chipper is keeping track of orders from star website--GNC/Amazon are not factored in, I don't think
ntc, well I agree with you in that I would rather not have had the placement at all, but yes, I guess we part ways in that the placement does not at all shake my confidence in SEA management or my optimism as to where the share price will be six months and a year from now...I would actually welcome a short-term move lower to the .70s or .60s or wherever, as I am looking to buy more in July when I get a little cash infusion
Thanks, good read. Whether or not GE and Abtech ever have any dealings, GE's confidence in the market potential created by a move toward increased environmental regulation of fracking bodes well for Abtech in the long run.
Well, good luck to us. I am more optimistic about where the sp will be in six months and a year, but neither of us really knows. At least we are both confident it will go up. That is something in this market.