Wow, does that stock screener predict the future and show all of those oil stocks that you like paying a greater than 15.5% distribution for the future 12 months? That's quite a tool much like you.
You are incorrect the distribution ttm to the current price calculated to 15.5% when posted & where are all these places you know of paying that distribution?
I apologize if you couldn't detect the sarcasm in my post. Because man there are so many other options to score a 15.5% distribution or dividend in the market.
It was a 5.5% increase that seems very good to me. and 8% of the shares repurchased @ current prices. I am little confused why it closed down.
Seriously do you know how much electricity the whole country of costa rica generates annually? Do you know how small costa rica is physically? It's a little smaller than the state of west Virginia. And the power production for the whole country is less than the state of New York Generates.
So with that trend 71 more years to have renewables get to 50% of the market. Your sentiment of sell for a company with a p/e of 17.26 makes a lot of sense.
So with the share price down so far, how is the cash and cash equivalents up higher then captain obvious? If what you say is completely true shouldn't there cash and cash equivalents be down significantly? No response necessary as what you say doesn't even make sense.
So you think the solution to this is to "strong sell" Because that definitely is going to net current shareholders a big return. What is this investors liberation movement you speak of? I think I would be careful about drinking any kool aid at any of their meetings. You obviously have no understanding of how companies in the energy sector operate, why don't you check out Duke or Ameren or any other power generation and distribution corporation and you will see that the dividend here is, if anything, lower than the rest of the industry. So why don't you go spout your drivel to them.
I'm sorry but does your neurotic ranting have a point behind it? In the future when you make a post or tell a story it would be helpful if you have a point. All I have seen you post is pointless, unrelated doom and gloom. Your last post was a snippet complaining about REIT payouts. FYI GXP is not a REIT.
They did not post for face, I would love them to post for face as I own quite a few of them they posted for $1.00. Each bond on this issue is $1000. If the trade posted for $100 That is equal to 100% the $1.00 trade equals $10 for every $1000 bond. So with that trades value at $30,000, that = 30 bonds or a $300 trade. not really big news. But anything up is good.
You assume they have 6 million barrels in storage, do you have that documented anywhere? Because just because you have a storage capacity of 6 million barrels doesn't mean you have 6 million barrels in inventory.
The Partnership enters into commodity swap contracts through crack spread swap agreements with financial counterparties to fix the spread risk between the crude oil the Partnership purchases and the refined products the refineries produce for sale. Through these swaps, the Partnership will sell a fixed differential for the value between the selected refined product benchmark and the benchmark crude oil price, thereby locking in a margin for a portion of the refineries' production. The physical volumes are not exchanged and these contracts are net settled with cash. From time to time, the Partnership holds various NYMEX positions through a third-party clearing house.
The table below summarizes our open commodity swap positions as of September 30, 2014. The positions are primarily in the form of crack spread swap agreements with financial counterparties, wherein the Partnership has locked in differentials at the fixed prices noted below. As of September 30, 2014, the open commodity swap positions below were comprised of approximately 89.3% for distillate crack swaps and 10.7% for gasoline crack swaps.
Circuit city declared bankruptcy on November 10, 2008, They filed under Chapter 11 originally and then went chapter 7. The Stock was removed from the OTC on September 28th 2011. So not quite three years that they traded from the date they filed. Blockbuster has been trading for over four years since the original bankruptcy declaration. And obviously the movie gallery bankruptcy and the borders bankruptcy, both of which took less than a year from filing to stock cancellation. Dead judge or live judge, if there is no value here it should have been cancelled long ago.