Have always wondered why d-heads like you continue to linger here when you say you're out. I guess you found religion and feel you've been designated by God to lead us down the right path.
Do you really feel you're gonna make a difference on a message board, 'your shortness'??
Why don't you explain it factually?
"It was announced on October 10, 2008, that McClendon sold approximately 33.4 million shares, approximately 90% of his stock in Chesapeake Energy for $16.52 per share to meet a margin call after the drop in the U.S. stock market that week.The stock had been worth as much as $74.00 per share in the year prior to the sale, a loss of nearly $1.92 billion."
Hey, schm-ck, if you're down on the stock now why don't you just f-g leave? If you made money on the stock when you were a bull, then good for you.
You're not making any money by warning everyone to sell. What you are doing though is being transparent enough to show me you're short the stock.
Why don't you just split, fool??!!!
"Statement from REG President & CEO Daniel J. Oh on EPA's Proposed 2014 Renewable Volume Obligations
"AMES, Iowa--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- "We are disappointed by the proposed numbers that are not consistent with the goals of the EPA, the White House, nor Congress when it created RFS2. Nevertheless, REG's lower cost multi-feedstock business model, network of biorefineries and terminals, and strong position within the industry should allow us to continue to succeed as the markets inevitably adjust to reach a new equilibrium. The proposed numbers do not reflect the positive results the biodiesel industry has provided in terms of record production levels of advanced biofuels, job creation, rural economic development, energy and food security, and environmental benefits. We will continue to advocate with our industry partners for logical increases in the biomass-based diesel and overall advanced biofuel RVOs through the public comment period. Without such increases in the RVO our Nation will be deprived of present and obvious benefits."
"The Environmental Protection Agency on Friday proposed smaller requirements for biofuel use in 2014, trimming targets for corn-based ethanol for the first time ever and setting ethanol use at 15.21 billion gallons, just under 10 percent of motor fuel and 14 percent lower than targets established by Congress in 2007.
The agency’s proposal angered farm groups, corn ethanol producers and supporters of biodiesel, but it mollified oil companies, which have long argued that if the content of ethanol in motor fuel exceeded 10 percent — known as the blend wall — it might damage cars, motorcycles and lawn mowers. Groups representing ethanol makers say that mixing significantly higher levels of ethanol with gasoline would not harm vehicles.
“Facts are facts,” said Stephen H. Brown, vice president for governmental affairs at the oil refiner Tesoro. “They’re so stubborn even this administration has to accept them.”
“They’re capitulating to the oil companies,” Bob Dinneen, president of the Renewable Fuels Association, said of the administration. He said EPA’s proposed targets would hurt farmers and violate the spirit of the renewable fuels standard Congress adopted. “The RFS was about forcing marketplace change,” he said, “and EPA is giving the oil companies a get of jail free card.”
Sorry, but I'm not in an upmanship game over here or in any other venue. I'm long REGI and I'm here to keep abreast of things (e.g., news, knowledgeable posts, etc.) That's it. When I see an obvious basher I'll occasionally respond to that basher's post for the purpose of making other longs aware of any distortions or untruths about a stock, as I did yesterday on the SD board.
I have a feeling you've felt the same way about others. ;-)
Can you anticipate how many pumps you'll be posting today?
I think you need to go back to REGI and continue pumping away. One suggestion though: When you post something written by someone else, use quotation marks.
Well, if it bothers you that much, you could always sell. I prefer holding onto a great stock. Doesn't bother me who else is holding.
I have nothing against you. However, your incessant pumping is a bit too much at times. You're also posting information that any diligent investor should already be aware of.
You're incredibly amusing..........
I stick around this board (actually, 'bored') because of you.......
Does Yahoo give out yearly awards for the best message board pumper? If so, I nominate you.
Yeah, I know quite a bit about it. I also know you're posting dated sh-t.
I wonder what your mother would have done during her second month of pregnancy with you if she found out you were gonna be a stupid person.
"THE ANALYSIS: Wedbush's Craig Irwin called Renewable Energy's quarterly performance "impressive," saying it easily topped his estimates.
The analyst said in a client note that the company seems well positioned for strong adjusted earnings and growth by reinvesting its cash flows into the expansion efforts needed to meet increasing demand.
Irwin raised Renewable Energy Group Inc.'s price target to $18 from $17 and maintained an "Outperform" rating."
By the way, doodyhead, Mr. Market seems to be quite impressed with the report, as evidenced in a/h trading. Oh, and did you listen to a fantastic cc?
Okay, having said that, I'll ask you the same question that others ask when responding to idiots like you:
If the stock sucks, then what are you doing here? Are you G-d's messenger? Did G-d send you here to make us longs see the light?
"I didn't see the rationale for the downgrade (unless I am missing something here)."
Well, maybe one of the things you're missing relates to what you said below:
"Earning and positive guidance will easily take them over 16."
You know the earnings and positive guidance is a given??? How come Stifel doesn't know that???