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midav2752 17 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 18, 2014 8:39 PM Member since: Jul 31, 2007
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  • Reply to

    Breakeven Quarter

    by matsci2001 Jun 18, 2014 6:09 PM
    midav2752 midav2752 Jun 18, 2014 8:39 PM Flag

    when is jcp going to "break even".

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Russia's Reply To Obama Sanctions

    by gcuttter777 Apr 30, 2014 12:05 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 30, 2014 4:44 AM Flag

    Hey Cutter, that's kinda funny but look at the alternative............the republican response from that side of the isle include Corkers "he hasn't gone far enough". It's a difficult situation but I think the sanctions are relatively moderate with the notable exception of Exxons partnership in some wells in the artic that they have a lot of money sunk into...............not a billion but a lot and the potential has been in the 100 billion range. That hurts us as it will if they boycott making and buying FORD automobiles.

  • midav2752 midav2752 Apr 29, 2014 3:28 PM Flag

    And Freddy................I do understand how stressful it is renting in a trailer park during tornado season so............don't worry about offending me, ok?

  • midav2752 midav2752 Apr 29, 2014 3:22 PM Flag

    Ouch Fred! dumbo? Look, don't be sore at me just because I go along with the majority of the country that know that Bush and his republicans were "regressive" (almost to the great depression regressive) and it just looks like democrats (who whipped your butt not just once but twice) are progressive. Sort of like a hobo watching a train speed past. And I go to a church that believes in both God and being charitable..................not the angry #$%$ you are.

  • ..............for making racially insensitive remarks...........and being a all around #$%$ wipe.

  • Reply to

    WHY IS ETHANOL PUT IN GASOLINE?

    by ding0o_o0 Apr 29, 2014 12:27 PM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 29, 2014 2:40 PM Flag

    What? did freddy write? His is the only opinion I have on ignore. He is devoid of shred of judgement, refuses to believe the majority will never agree with him. He should be locked up, but not for his gross stupidity but for mouthing his stupid opinions.

  • Reply to

    WHY IS ETHANOL PUT IN GASOLINE?

    by ding0o_o0 Apr 29, 2014 12:27 PM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 29, 2014 1:11 PM Flag

    Ethanol is NOT a political issue (although anything is political to republicans when they don't have a majority) it is a oxygenate that raises the octane in gasoline formulation. The reason ethanol is used is it is safer for our drinking water and now with the current infrastructure cheaper to use than all other oxygenates that have been used previously. Anybody can figure out that more pipeline has to be laid south of Cushing, Oklahoma to accommodate more oil (dilbit) than what the Flanagan South pipeline due to be completed this summer will be capable of delivering. That oil will already "drown" poor Cushing in Dilbit

  • Reply to

    OT: Ford Flops!

    by ah673000 Apr 25, 2014 8:25 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 29, 2014 7:39 AM Flag

    So you fella's change the tax status of your investments for what.................$ 0.35 a share?

  • Reply to

    OT: Ford Flops!

    by ah673000 Apr 25, 2014 8:25 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 29, 2014 7:06 AM Flag

    Again...........a question can not be up for a vote. (for those too stupid to know how to express themselves with anything but a grunt)

  • Reply to

    OT: Ford Flops!

    by ah673000 Apr 25, 2014 8:25 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 29, 2014 7:03 AM Flag

    So Texas is not a great state? That's the only opinion I submitted for those who like to "vote" on messages. The rest is not conjecture but fact or a matter of record.

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    OT: 52 week high today?

    by ah673000 Apr 28, 2014 8:50 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 29, 2014 6:59 AM Flag

    I didn't bite then and it would be foolish to own it now with the loss of such a asset as the wells in the artic. Exxon is essentially in business with a Russian not allowed in the U.S. If that relationship mends..............then XOM would be well worth owning at these levels because the potential of billions in oil from the well they have already invested a sizable sum..........not a billion but close................but the oil potential is 1000x greater.

  • Reply to

    OT: Ford Flops!

    by ah673000 Apr 25, 2014 8:25 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 26, 2014 12:47 PM Flag

    Hey, how do you like the great state of Texas governors "new look"? You know...........the dark rimmed, (I'm basically a intellectual type) glasses. You think the public will buy it?

  • Reply to

    OT: Ford Flops!

    by ah673000 Apr 25, 2014 8:25 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 26, 2014 12:33 PM Flag

    AH, I don't remember calling it an easy double. I said it was in the position VLO was 2years ago. That does imply a double (which it will when all it's soldiers are standing up). What soldiers you ask...........well, (1) China still has manufacturing plants to put on line, they will be in 2015 (2) all pensions are not fully funded, they will be in 2015 from both rising interest and aggressive paying into the fund by the corporation, (3) all the new models haven't been distributed ,ie the new mustang in Europe, the all new fuel efficient all aluminum ford f-150, the lincolns in china. (4) Europe is scheduled to be profitable in no sooner than 2015 (5) the Russian drama will have played out by 2015, (6) next winter might not shut down business as tight as the record setting first 2 months of 2014........................I'm sure you would have done better if you had invested everything in DENN when I recommended it and everything in CPST when I said last year it was safer than VLO or HFC.(for the record VLO added 20% only once and HFC to a tortured route to 18% from when I stated that but CPST tripled its share price before dropping to $2.20 from .84) .

  • Reply to

    No Keystone

    by dealindave2000 Apr 19, 2014 11:46 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 21, 2014 10:32 AM Flag

    See what you did AH. You stir up all the looneys on the board like fred Jackson (if it isn't a alias of yours) who keep stating that another 800,000 barrel a day line into cushing would reach the gulf. In a few months cushing will be drowning in dilbit from the Flanagan south. The American people would benefit from lower gas prices at the pump. We, however, are paying the refining cost of this Canadian #$%$ at the pump while oil execs are contemplating building half az refineries to give the sweet crude our land produces a once over and export it. Don't you yo-yos dare call that a economic boon "for" America. #1 The price at the pump could be much lower for refining our sweet crude instead of the massive investment it takes to refine Canadian crapola. get it? What job has been created from the construction of the Southern XL? RIGHT NADA.

  • Reply to

    No Keystone

    by dealindave2000 Apr 19, 2014 11:46 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 21, 2014 8:27 AM Flag

    I say you don't understand anything. It will NOT create ANY permanent jobs of any sort. It would be finished like any other pipeline and then those jobs go away ............unless it springs a leak like the Pegasus or Bison............but we really can't count cleanup jobs ......should we? So the jobs argument is just a lie. Then the secure part....................you haven't even acknowledged the existence of the Enbridge line that will soon be dumping 800,000 barrels a day on Cushing,OK. That's more Dilbit than the Southern Keystone can pipe to refineries. So what happens.......the sweet stuff our country is producing will get a quick once over and exported and we americans pay for refining Canadian #$%$.

  • Reply to

    No Keystone

    by dealindave2000 Apr 19, 2014 11:46 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 21, 2014 6:39 AM Flag

    What is the most hilarious aspect of "the keystone issue" is republican refusal to use the "clean air" argument to press for it's construction. For those who care less about taking sides than understanding the truth..............pipelines are much, much cleaner than rail. Republicans are so indoctrinated by their own propaganda.........putting down anything green or clean as "treehuggin" that they refuse to use the "clean" argument even if it would advance their cause.............which is a little murky anyway since the Flanagan South will provide 800,000 barrels a day a good portion of will have to be stored in Cushing when it's construction is completed this summer. And the "jobs" argument? Another pipeline won't add anything to the thousands of rail jobs both in constructing and operating rail lines and would be only a temporary blip in jobs that would go away (as would a number of rail jobs) as soon as it was completed. Thing about pipelines..........they last with very little supervision. So all in all........it's funny episode. No lie republicans have generated from their mis information machine has such a element of humor.

  • Reply to

    No Keystone

    by dealindave2000 Apr 19, 2014 11:46 AM
    midav2752 midav2752 Apr 21, 2014 4:54 AM Flag

    "A Political Animal" unlike AH and Dealin of course. Yes, AH is right, it is a political decision because the most "jobs" have already arrived in the form of rail jobs that outnumber the few jobs that a pipeline employs by 100 fold. And the biggest reason is that when the Flanagan South is completed in a few months the oil in Cushing will be "landlocked" again, even with the Southern XL completed. To add another 36 inch line would flood the state of Oklahoma with dilbit unless more refineries are constructed to handle this "oil".

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