Greece has absolutely NOTHING to do with oil, and yet they hung the lie out there yesterday that one is impacting the other. And it is just sheer trash.
IF Greece has that much of an impact on oil, then you would see China, Russia and the West literally going to war to get what Greece has, while it is up for grabs.
Always the same trash from wall street. Sell the lie, bury the truth.......
Yep. Oil is the most manipulated item on the face of good ole' Earth, without question.
When you factor in what the banks and speculators did to the price of oil between 2005 and 2010 ($100 + barrel price), AND what they have done to the price in the last year, it is just pure theft. Wholesale THEFT.
Anyone who claims that they know where the price of oil is going is either a fool or a liar. Even the arabs.
When you step back and look at what these thieves have done in our life-times, it makes what Enron did to California look like honest, up-standing, plain business.
Apache's summary page shows a headline about, some new oil surplusses and then Yahoo is running the smokescreen below. So which lie is the true lie that is making oil and APA go bug-whacky???
The equities markets are a cesspool built on lies.....
U.S. oil prices skid nearly 8% The benchmark U.S. crude oil contract tumbled the most in five months as the crisis in Greece, coupled with ongoing volatility in Chinese markets, spooked traders.
What the heck was that?????
That is just, absolutely criminal!
They cranked APA up to $58.85 for less than 3 minutes, possibly less than a minute.
And then they followed it by cranking it down to $56.89 within the next 3 minutes, possibly within the same 3 minute interval.
Now, who can possibly trade THAT kind of psychotic move, EXCEPT for people that know that the move is coming. This is criminal, for sure. FINRA???? Where are you people?????
Here also, I offer this from Zacks:
Apache has a large, geographically diversified reserve base, balanced exposure to
natural gas and crude oil, and multi-year trend in reserve replacement and production
growth. A pristine balance sheet helps the company to capitalize on investment
opportunities and strategic acquisitions, thereby further improving growth visibility.
Undoubtedly, the slump in oil prices have taken a toll on Apache's stock price but it
has also made valuation significantly cheaper than most of its peers. Finally, the
company's major restructuring initiatives and cost cutting measures should enable it to
improve its future earnings performance.
Target Price: $66.00
Seems like a larger amount of effort than necessary to say, "I'm in". But that's fine, whatever works for you.
You're not alone, let's just say that.
You are aware of the buyout rumors? Of course there is potential in that, but I would not ascribe it a high percentage (at all), at least until someone even moderately credible comes forward to say that x and y parties are discussing z prospects. Cramer is NOT that credible, though he never seems to shut up. I think that he tries to throw people off the correct track for (obviously) selfish reasons. I digress.....
The price is "right" for owning this issue despite any other reasons. There are several open gaps which offer potential on this stock and company.
Hold, watch and wait for now........
No, I'm pretty sure he's wrong.
And I'm pretty sure that your statement of "private and clandestine" is wrong too.
In fact, I looked it up. Bill and Hill don't even make the list.
Check it for yourself brother. == The 10 Most Elite Secret Societies In History
Look, they aren't perfect human beings (Bill and Hill) but they didn't start a war on fabricated intelligence that ended up killing 100,000+ innocent Iraqi civilians or create a notorious torture prison into a household name (Hello, Abu Gharib).
If you want to talk about guys with skeletons in their closets, watch a documentary on Presidents Johnson, Nixon or on Herbert Hoover.
Could we please get real here or "table" this altogether please?
All of that is great, but.....
Yeah. This really ISN'T the place for it. Maybe you'd like to write it up into a nice little report and send it off to the Republican National Committee? I'm sure that they would LOVE to use that and research it further; but they are probably to busy off planning another foreign war in some land that no one can pronounce the name of.
Besides, I think that there are far worse and more dangerous villains running about the world.
She is more dangerous to her husband's infidelity campaign than anything else (really).
Thanks for stopping by though. :-)
It was checked into my account as of 3pm.
It was bigger than the last dividend paid in January, so I'm pretty happy about that.
Now if GSK goes into the 50's this year; that would be pretty "special" to me. ;-)
Think happy, long term growth thoughts. ;-)
OK. It's THERE.
It's where (specifically)?
First of all, which book is it in?
The Annual Summary 2014 booklet?
The GlaxoSmithKline plc Notice of Annual General Meeting: Thursday 7 May 2015 at 2:30pm?
I've looked through both and I cannot find any reference to the dividend in either one.
I do own shares, and how often do you read me here "bashing"?
My point is that, the ONLY place I see this topic being mentioned is right here on this thread of the MB; and, I'm sorry, but that is in no way, concrete proof that a payout of some dividend is going to happen (other than the regular dividend, which should appear tomorrow). It's just hopeful talk of something that would be nice to have (I admit that).
So where is this coming from, please?
I don't know where any of this is coming from.
I have the voting package for the AGM, on May 7th; and in both of the booklets which I have, it isn't mentioned anywhere about the payout of a special dividend at any time in 2015. Neither Gent nor Witty even mention it in their one page summaries in the Annual Report for 2014. I'm pretty confident that if there were a special dividend to be paid to shareholders, one of these guys would mention it somewhere as part of the voting package.
So, where is this coming from about a special dividend?
Because, as far I as can determine, it doesn't exist.