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  • Of course no pimper will talk about it
    Tmt says there's big concern about iron ore
    In another report it says oversupply of tonnage is way too big

    Even idling didn't help last week they idled 60 capes to push the prices higher now it's lower than where it was lol

  • mystocks24 mystocks24 4 hours ago Flag

    Great
    Please sell and move

  • kem60 • May 31, 2014 10:28 AM Flag

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    I am sorry for all the abuse you take on this board. It's clear you are far more knowledgeable than any of the trash talking idiots. Anytime you want to discuss this company rationally, feel free to email me at this handle at the site we are on and maybe we can set up a discussion group away from the noise. KEM Less

  • w.jim43 • Sep 26, 2014 5:18 PM Flag

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    No kem, wrong again. I will not say I shorted @22 I was late to the party. Started @ 18 and change down to 15. Obnoxious yes, but creepy? I beg to differ. My post were to discourage buying, whitch they "successfully" did. Hence $10 range. My posting were not intended to make people feel bad... More

    Reply to 18.33 bid. LOL at haters and "shorts" No soup for you by kem60 •Apr 25, 2014 6:02 AM

    bg4value • Apr 25, 2014

  • Reply to Looks like Bloom Lake is going to be sold. No Phase 2 by kem60 •Nov 19, 2014 6:08 AM

    believe_it987 • Nov 19, 2014 7:06 AM Flag

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    Kem,
    You are an idiot..find something else to do!!! Leave the heavy lifting to the pros. Sheep Protector can no longer keep a watchful eye on you..You have been warned countless times but failed to listen.
    Sad but true
    Sheep Protector

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

    Reply to I rather imagine the shorts are waiting to lay a smackdown on this no matter what happens bykem60 •Jul 29, 201

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    Reply to Power of Short Covering a Heavily Shorted Stock by w999surf •May 16, 2014 12:33 PM

    redhaw_2000 • May 16, 2014 12:42 PM 

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    kems,
    Boy do you know it. Incredibly awful.

    Reply to Pay absolutely NO attention to this BAC nonsense by kem60 •Sep 3, 2014 2:12 PM

    hft_lover • Sep 3, 2014 2:20 PM 

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    Kem....are you mad at Me, CLF, BAC, or all of us three?

    Reply to Look at the performance of Market Vector Steel by booleansearcher •May 26, 2014 9:53 PM

    booleansearcher • May 27, 2014 7:30 AM 

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    kem - a little civility please -- he was not mean in his response just wrong. Boolean

    Reply to w.jim now DOWN on CLF short position. LOL! That takes REAL talent! by kem60 •Sep 9, 2014 9:20 AM

    w.jim43 • Sep 9, 2014 9:36 AM 

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    Kem, take a few DEEP breaths, calm down, then explain to me how I'm down if I shorted @13.90.
    Thank you

    Reply to Here's why it's down every day. by kem60 •Apr 22, 2014 4:22 PM

    southbuckeye • Apr 22, 2014 4:28 PM 

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    kem: Friday will be the first day of trading after earnings are announced after the close on Thursday. This will be Fridays mover, one way or the other.

    Sentiment: Buy

    Reply to No need to cover till the cl

  • Reply to klemp0 said CLF would NEVER trade below $13.60 by ohtaegun •11 hours ago

    kem60 • 10 hours ago 

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    find it. I dare you. It never happened

    Reply to klemp0 said CLF would NEVER trade below $13.60 by ohtaegun •11 hours ago

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    show me where I said that and I will paypal you $500 on the spot
    you delete your posts beach
    But l remember that foo

  • Sure he does much less ethical than whole food ceo

  • From $9 to $6
    Where's your $10 call

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    HOWARD GOLD'S NO-NONSENSE INVESTINGOpinion: He called $50 oil, now he says it’s going lower

    By Howard Gold

    Published: Jan 27, 2015 7:00 a.m. ET

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    Oil industry is in early phase of correction, fund manager says

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    Last November, when I was trying to figure out where oil prices were going, I spoke with Shawn Driscoll, manager of the T. Rowe Price New Era Fund PRNEX, +0.06%  , a mutual fund that focuses on natural resource stocks.

    Brent crude LCOH5, +2.28%  was trading at $80 a barrel, and there was speculation that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries would halt its slide by cutting production at its upcoming meeting, scheduled for Thanksgiving Day.

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    Driscoll was having none of it. Oil, gold, and other commodities, he told me, were in a secular bear market that could last another decade. He said oil would bottom out around $50 over the next 10 years.

    Actually it took less than 10 weeks, as Brent traded under $48 a barrel on Monday. I usually don’t revisit columns or sources that quickly, but events have moved so fast I decided to catch up with Driscoll again.

    Right off the bat, he acknowledged being surprised by the suddenness of oil’s price drop.

    “We expected Saudi Arabia to cut, frankly,” he told me in a phone interview. “Once Saudi Arabia didn’t cut production, it became clear to us there was a problem.”

    Both supply and demand were heading in opposite directions more drastically than he expected.

    “Underlying demand got a lot weaker, Libya came back, Iraqi volumes have been pretty good,” he explained.

    We spoke last Friday, the day after the pro-U.S. Yemeni government had fallen and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia died and was succeeded by his 79-year-old half-brother Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud.

    Yet despite these new uncertainties in the world’s most volatile, energy-rich region, Driscoll’s view remains unchanged: look out below.

    He explained that $40 a barrel is the top of the industry’s operating cost curve — the price at which individual wells break even after they’ve been drilled and are producing and below which operators shut in existing wells.

    So, does he think Brent will fall below that $40 magic number? “I do,” he told me.

    Why? Whatever political or competitive motives may be behind Saudi Arabia’s refusal to cut production, the world is awash in oil.

    “There’s still an overwhelming glut of supply in global markets,” Stephen Schork, president of Schork Group in Villanova, Pa., told Bloomberg News.

    No wonder Wall Street firms have been falling all over each other to predict ever-lower crude prices: Goldman Sachs is looking for $40 Brent and Bank of America Merrill Lynch says crude futures could fall to $31 a barrel in the first quarter, lower than they were during the financial crisis.

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    “The job of correcting markets when they’re oversupplied is to find a price that destroys the oversupply,” Driscoll told me.

    That destruction is just getting started. Oil services company Baker Hughes’ count of the number of oil and gas rigs in use in the U.S. fell to 1,633 last week, its lowest level since August 2010.

    Also, last week Baker Hughes BHI, +0.61%   itself slashed capital expenditures by 20% and eliminated 7,000 jobs, following oil majors BP BP, +0.22%  and ConocoPhilips COP, -0.43%  and services giant Schlumberger SLB, +1.04%  . Continental ResourcesCLR, +2.58%  , the biggest player in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale, has cut capex 40%, while Suncor Energy SU, +1.51%  , which operates in Canada’s oil sands, has slashed jobs and spending, too.

    “Our industry is clearly in the early stages of a down cycle, the same sort of cycle we enter once or twice a decade,” Baker Hughes CEO Martin Craighead said on a conference call.

    This downturn may be bigger than that. Driscoll thinks it has a lot in common with the mid-1980s, when crude prices plunged by two-thirds in less than six months and “it took nearly two decades for oil prices to rebound to pre-bust levels and remain there,” The Wall Street Journal reported.

    That’s why he thinks crude in the $30s would be a good trade in what’s likely to be a brutal, secular bear market. I own the Energy Select sector SPDR ETF XLE, +0.31%  and may buy a little more as a very long-term investment at that price level.

    If crude falls below $40, Driscoll said, “I don’t think we’ll spend a long time there; I think the normal oil price will be around $60-$70.”

    Asked about billionaire Saudi inv

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    HOWARD GOLD'S NO-NONSENSE INVESTINGOpinion: He called $50 oil, now he says it’s going lower

    By Howard Gold

    Published: Jan 27, 2015 7:00 a.m. ET

    SHARES 181

     

    89

    Oil industry is in early phase of correction, fund manager says

    Getty Images

    Last November, when I was trying to figure out where oil prices were going, I spoke with Shawn Driscoll, manager of the T. Rowe Price New Era Fund PRNEX, +0.06%  , a mutual fund that focuses on natural resource stocks.

    Brent crude LCOH5, +2.28%  was trading at $80 a barrel, and there was speculation that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries would halt its slide by cutting production at its upcoming meeting, scheduled for Thanksgiving Day.

    "" style="box-sizing: border-box; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 14px; vertical-align: bottom; background-position: 0px 0px; background-repeat: initial initial;"

    Brent Crude (ICE EU) Mar 2015Brent crude oil20122014Source: Marketwatch

    UK:LCOH5

    $40$60$80$100$120

    Driscoll was having none of it. Oil, gold, and other commodities, he told me, were in a secular bear market that could last another decade. He said oil would bottom out around $50 over the next 10 years.

    Actually it took less than 10 weeks, as Brent traded under $48 a barrel on Monday. I usually don’t revisit columns or sources that quickly, but events have moved so fast I decided to catch up with Driscoll again.

    Right off the bat, he acknowledged being surprised by the suddenness of oil’s price drop.

    “We expected Saudi Arabia to cut, frankly,” he told me in a phone interview. “Once Saudi Arabia didn’t cut production, it became clear to us there was a problem.”

    Both supply and demand were heading in opposite directions more drastically than he expected.

    “Underlying demand got a lot weaker, Libya came back, Iraqi volumes have been pretty good,” he explained.

    We spoke last Friday, the day after the pro-U.S. Yemeni government had fallen and King

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    why kill the goose

    by mystocks24 Jan 4, 2015 6:11 PM
    mystocks24 mystocks24 6 hours ago Flag

    Bump

  • Why do you keep pimping bk scams but bit other legit companies

  • Reply to

    new symbol THLD loaded up average $3.4155

    by mystocks24 Jan 21, 2015 3:05 PM
    mystocks24 mystocks24 9 hours ago Flag

    Up and running

  • jrmills0014 • Sep 12, 2014 10:47 AM Flag

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    Start listening to audio + kemmy..

    Even thou, half of Drybulkers have already gone BK.. And rest are headed.. Seems someone still has ability, to push a button and drive them up or down? audio + kemmy may be in the loop? I know I sure can't understand how this POS, is still selling for over $3.Start listening to audio + kemmy..

    Even thou, half of Drybulkers have already gone BK.. And rest are headed.. Seems someone still has ability, to push a button and drive them up or down? audio + kemmy may be in the loop? I know I sure can't understand how this POS, is still selling for over $3..

  • Reply to

    Start listening to audio + kemmy..

    by jrmills0014 Sep 12, 2014 10:47 AM
    mystocks24 mystocks24 10 hours ago Flag

    Bump

  • mystocks24 mystocks24 10 hours ago Flag

    Bump
    Jr is the master

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