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mooseonaplane 163 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 23, 2015 4:07 PM Member since: Oct 16, 2009
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  • Reply to

    S&P downgrades BTU

    by wo112813 Jan 23, 2015 12:16 PM
    mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 23, 2015 4:07 PM Flag

    dstone, this is no doubt a market driven entirely by momentum stocks, the Wall Street darlings continue soaring higher, the one's that have been blackballed are slammed. The problem is obvious, this charade is void of any logic, fundamentals. But this insanity is all rather predictable in a world of currency wars, the Central Banks endless QEs, money printing. The free market has been murdered, price discovery is dead. The U.S. dollar can only go so high before it begins to damage our economy, and inflates foreign debt denominated in our currency (over 9 trillion dollars outstanding) to unsustainable levels. Very concerned about Russia and other emerging markets. We are fast approaching the breaking point and when it does finally collapse it will make 2008 look like child's play.

  • Plenty more upside on the way.

  • A lot of amateurs being flushed out.

  • At first blush one would think a fall in oil and ngas prices would be good for a refining and transportation company the result of an expected rise in demand (lower price) and a drop in input costs. But based on the rather severe drop in ONEOK stock price, which has coincided with the collapse in oil prices, I am questioning that theory, there must be some type of negative correlation. One could simply argue this is a case of the baby being thrown out with the bathwater as the entire fossil fuel space gets slammed, which I would buy if you choose not to look at a longer term chart of ONEOK stock price. ONEOK traded in the $10 range for quite some time before the spike beginning in 2008 that has brought us to these levels. My question is has this stock pop been driven solely by the mania of the perceived new oil and gas paradigm in the United States, the recent huge venture capital inflow? And if this is indeed the case I see a danger of ONEOK returning to mean which translates to a much lower stock price if the deflating of this oil and gas bubble continues as capital flows move in another direction.

  • It will be a very large mistake to buy on the dips the next downturn. The Central Banks have no more cards to play, it's over. The failure of Europe QE next week to move the market higher will be the beginning of the end. The dominoes are lined up and will soon begin to fall.

  • mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 16, 2015 4:25 PM Flag

    Thanks for the warning.

  • Reply to

    Currency War Heats Up...Tipping Point Is Near

    by mooseonaplane Jan 16, 2015 1:44 PM
    mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 16, 2015 3:39 PM Flag

    As I stated, the Swiss want to deter safe haven buying of their currency by charging interest. It will be interesting to see how that works out. Also the Swiss Central Bank, now that is not purchasing Euros, will be buying U.S. dollars. My larger point is this...A rapidly rising dollar has been the precursor to quite a few major emerging markets blow-ups in the past, including the Asian crisis 1998, Russia the following year, Mexico peso crisis 1982. Expect plenty of volatility in the future, much of which will not be good in my opinion.

  • Reply to

    Currency War Heats Up...Tipping Point Is Near

    by mooseonaplane Jan 16, 2015 1:44 PM
    mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 16, 2015 2:25 PM Flag

    The Swiss made their move in anticipation of European QE next week, they felt it was a losing game to continue to be have their currency pegged to the Euro. Keep in mind the Swiss along with most European countries are in an outright deflationary environment. The Swiss understand a rising currency will only add to their deflationary pressure hence the reason they are now charging depositors .75 percent. You pay to keep money in their banks. This makes the U.S. dollar even more valuable, and driving more investors to our shores. Hence the reason the U.S. dollar will continue to rise.

    This is a double edge sword as far as the world economy is concerned. Emerging markets hold over $9 trillion in U.S. denominated debt. A rapidly rising dollar essentially increase those debt obligations. This is a huge negative for economies already in deep trouble.

    The question, what is a rising U.S. dollar net effect? I view it as an overall negative. I prefer gold as a safe haven in this environment.

  • The surprise move by the Swiss Central Bank is U.S. dollar positive. A rising U.S. dollar will have serious ramifications on a number of fronts including damaging the domestic earnings of those who do business overseas but by far the most troubling consequence will be found in the emerging markets where substantial debt loads are denominated in dollars. A rising dollar will serve to magnify those debt obligations, placing even more pressure on moribund economies, raise the specter of default, weigh down an already troubled banking system, and eventually negatively effect the entire credit market worldwide.

    The world economy is losing faith in the Central Banks misguided policy of endless QEs, money printing. History has proven time and time again the devaluing of currency does not bring prosperity, quite the opposite. Today's market move up will be short-lived, still time to buy gold and gold stocks.

    This message brought to you by the "Stop Finster Foundation", seeking to quiet those troubled individuals who have an annoying habit of posting nonsense daily.

  • Reply to

    I See Big Problems Ahead

    by mooseonaplane Dec 23, 2014 1:10 AM
    mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 15, 2015 8:13 PM Flag

    I have tried my best to warn my dear misguided friends on the BTU message board of the impending currency crisis, but sadly my words of caution have fallen on deaf ears. It is not too late...Cash, Gold, Gold stocks.

  • mooseonaplane by mooseonaplane Jan 15, 2015 4:29 PM Flag

    We have a lot of shameless pumpers on this message board spreading misinformation and lies in their vain attempt to pump up a stock down over 60% in the past year alone. Not a good idea to invest in a company whose debt is rated JUNK, a company that suffers huge losses each qtr, possesses growing negative cash flow! Whose bonehead Mgt has entered into a price war with much larger companies owning much deeper pockets, excellent credit ratings and vastly superior networks. Sprint stock is a pathetic joke, only for those who choose not to do their homework or are blinded by the lack of critical thinking skills.

  • Reply to

    Radio Shack filing BK will sell stores to Sprint

    by vetfrc Jan 15, 2015 3:35 PM
    mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 15, 2015 3:45 PM Flag

    You have answered your own question. Sprint's bonehead mgt even considering purchasing Radio Shack stores is a good indication of the poor decision making that has plunged Sprint's stock over 60% in the past year. Also not a good idea to enter a price war with outfits that have much deeper pockets, and bonds that are not rated junk.

  • Of course if Chase did and lost $Billions, Dimon will cry, scream and cuss about regulation.

  • Idiot Finster Has Road This Dog All The Way Down, Ridiculing And Lambasting Anyone Who Disagreed With His Moronic Posts. And For Some Bizarre Reason Laughing Throughout The Catastrophic Plunge. A Brief History Of The Demise Of A Fool And His Money.

    Sept 17, 2014..."Who Sold At $13.80?" Followed By The Girlish "Ahahahahahaa".

    Sept 29, 2014..."Who Sold At $11.88?" Followed By The Girlish "Ahahahahahaa".

    Oct 8, 2014..."Who Sold At $10.58?" Followed By The Girlish "Ahahahahahaa".

    Dec 9, 2014..."Who Sold At $8.01?" Followed By The Girlish "Ahahahahahaa".

    Jan 13, 2014..."Who Sold At $6.64?" Followed By The Girlish "Ahahahahahaa".

    Yep the morons sold according to Finster so smart guys like him could purchase BTU on the cheap. What makes this tragedy, or should I type comedy, even more laughable the dolt continues to cheerlead for BTU even today. One would think he would be hiding in shame. Seriously, can anyone be more painfully wrong than Finster?

  • Another world economic collapse such as 2008 is a small price to pay to keep the Jamie Dimon criminal bank running.

  • Sept 17, 2014 with BTU trading $13.80 Finster posted BTU "Had Nowhere To Go But Up!" A mere 4 months later BTU is trading down over 50%. One would think this brainless buffoon would hide in shame yet Finster continues to post his inane drivel, desperately trying to call a bottom as BTU relentlessly tanks, having the audacity of calling others morons for cutting their losses followed by his patented teenage girl laugh...Ahahahahaa. We know Finster is a liar (falsely claiming to be a CPA) and we are also very aware Finster is a belligerent fool who has ridden BTU down to these lowly levels. I guess every message board has it's clueless clown we can all laugh at but why is Finster so obsessed with homosexual thoughts?

  • Reply to

    Who sold at $11.88.....ahahahahahahaa

    by finster989 Sep 29, 2014 3:41 PM
    mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 13, 2015 4:21 PM Flag

    Does anyone else notice a trend here?

  • Reply to

    Who sold at $9.98......ahahahhahaha......

    by finster989 Oct 31, 2014 4:47 PM
    mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 13, 2015 4:15 PM Flag

    A fool and his money are soon parted...

  • mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 13, 2015 4:14 PM Flag

    More laughing???

  • Reply to

    Who sold at $13.80 yesterday? Ahahahaaha

    by finster989 Sep 17, 2014 9:40 AM
    mooseonaplane mooseonaplane Jan 13, 2015 4:12 PM Flag

    Yet he continues to laugh...

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