I have to say that this technology looks like a real winner. I really am not "techie" so I am not one to render valid judgment, but I will buy the stock if it becomes available......... Do you know if this co. is trading?
p.s. I am also long SWIR
Marvin, is it possible that TPLM may be in a negotiation stage and therefore required to limit communication? Just wondering.
qquintel--your experiences sound familiar. I too am in KOG and way under water. What did you do with your KOG? I'm thinking seriously of selling off at least 2/3.
Marvin I am assuming that your haven't yet had a reply--not even a form letter- from TPLM. This looks like a bad omen. Hope I am wrong, but I am getting fairly disgusted with oils in general. I also own KOG.
Marvin I am reading into your statement that TPLM doesn't give a whit for their investors as long as they take care of themselves. sort of sounds like our congressmen. if i find that is true i am getting out of this stock.
any input would be appreciated.
fabricone1: hope you are correct. however, i am very concerned with the unemployment (which is estimated by some to be around 37% which sounds scary), and the effects of affordable care which may really cut down on expendable income. i like you view better.
who are these people? and how do you know beforehand that a "buy" is being issued? hmmmm.....
short interest looks about average for a Bakken oil stock. i don't really see a problem. of course it is possible that the sky may be falling.
Rigdowntex: I have seen so many reasons put forth by "experts"as to why oil is going down, but I notice several of the valid ones have been omitted:
1. Alien invasion
2. Meteor strike that wipes out the entire population
3. Worldwide pestilence
4. A huge leak in the Bakken which results in the oil leaking into China.
These seem to me to be much more valid than some of the "prognosticators" have put forth.
p.s. I am somewhat worried about that "leak" theory.
I don't know how to interpret that. looks like KOG is trying to raise some money. Hope this isn't an omen of problems. I was going to add to holdings, but for now I think I will hold off and look at TPLM.
I seriously doubt if drilling or delivery is being overall severely impacted. May be wrong, but don't trust the agendas of some posters here. Wouldn't a slowdown of drilling and/or delivery actually push the prices higher? JMO. That being said, I am surprised that anyone is still holding a short position at these prices. This stock is not going to zero!
Is anyone considering a "what if" war in the Middle East? I'm wondering what if the Saudis get in a military action with Iran? Or for that matter, what if others get into it with Iran? The Iranis seem to insist on spitting into the wind and it soon might return to them. The odds seem fairly high altho the extent of actions is unknown.