Bear, we are depending on you to give us the "full report". We are await your next bear report!!!
I am with you on the share count, have a bunch. Really don't like the downward movement like anyone else. Don't have an interest in selling just to sell.....so here I am.
What are you saying bear? You have been harping about the shady business connections concerning cvrr and now you load up again? Are you a glutton for punishment or just fattening up for the usual winter hibernation?
Are you talking about cvi or cvrr, you seem to intermix the two. One is the holding company the other the refiner.
I know you know the difference but you don't seem to separate the two. Now, which divvy will be $.50-.60 cvi or cvrr?
Bear fwiw, zacks has had cvrr cvi and uan as strong sells for a couple of weeks now could have been longer. I agree they sure nail the coffin shut after the fact.
for just about an even trade you can swap uan for nuan and end up with a possible triple according to the latest gossip involving Icahn and his move on the company. Realistically I may separate a few shares and do just that. More upside if the political morass is ever evened out. That's my thoughts
fwiw. By the way I'm holding too many shares of uan to paying dearly for it.
Renewable energy firms tumble and oil refiners rise on reports that the EPA is considering scaling back legal requirements on the use of ethanol next year amid complaints from refiners that statutory mandates would exceed their ability to blend it into fuels without putting engines at risk.
One proposal the agency is considering would mandate 15.22B gallons of renewable fuels in 2014 instead of the 18.15B established by a 2007 law, Bloomberg reports; the agency may call for the use of 13B gallons of conventional corn-based ethanol and 1.28B gallons of biodiesel.
Oil industry proponents say escalating requirements of ethanol to be added would force them to sell fuel blends exceeding 10% or export gasoline, i.e. "hitting the blend wall
Interesting thought process, I too bought a bunch at a higher price but am hesitant to double up so to speak.
Not interested in selling, just biding my time now, the market's time frame is different than the day to day
instant gratification we live in.