You wonder too much, hair brain. Play today's game. Anyway, go a Google search if you're so interested in HK's history.
No, you're misleading the message board with your dumb imagination......
The rest of the world knows that your post re. Suntrust Robinson is b/s...
As I said previously, get real! Maybe get a life, too.
Another one of your lies. Do you come up with this stuff in your dreams? Get real, man!
BTW, don't give us this "no copy paste" routine. You (general) can copy and paste very easily. In this case, the reason you can't copy and paste is cause there's nothing for you to copy and paste.
Here's a copy/paste for you that's real:
"news via Reuters: Financials in Companies • Nov 21, 2013
Nov 21 (Reuters) - Penn Virginia Corp : * SunTrust Robinson raises target price to $16 from $15; rating buy"
Note the date.
"HOUSTON, Texas - June 20, 2014 - Magnum Hunter Resources is pleased to announce that Gary C. Evans, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation (NYSE: MHR)(the "Company"), will participate today in a television interview on Fox's After the Bell. The program is expected to air at 3:00 p.m. CDT. The interview will possibly cover a broad range of topics concerning the oil & gas sector and future commodity prices, including details regarding Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation's ongoing operations in the Marcellus, Utica and Bakken Shale properties, the Company's recent $150 million capital raise with Relational Investors and the outlook for future crude and natural gas exports. Individuals unable to view the Gary Evans conversation with Fox's After the Bell can access the interview via the Magnum Hunter website located within the Presentations/Conference Call menu."
Hmmm.....I notice you didn't state you position on the stock (i.e., buy, sell, hold, etc.). Care to share your sentiment? :-)
"Penn Virginia +3% on Stifel upgrade • 8:54 AM
Penn Virginia (PVA) +3% premarket after Stifel upgrades shares to Buy from Hold with a $23 target price after a recent pullback.
Improving oil volume growth in H2 2014 should turn shares around, and the $313M convertible preferred offering completed earlier this week allows for the acceleration of high margin oil volume growth in 2015, making the name even more attractive, Stifel says.
The firm also likes PVA's 15-year inventory in part of the Eagle Ford oil window, accelerated 2015 drilling activity via the convertible offering's proceeds, and an expected narrowing of free cash flow outspend over the coming years."
"I'm wondering if more is at play, however."
I haven't a clue. However, the next mover for us will be the operational update. Any idea when that will come out?
"Penn Virginia recent pullback overdone, says Imperial Capital
Imperial Capital views the recent sell-off in shares of Penn Virginia as overdone. The firm believes the company's private offering of convertible perpetual preferred stock will enable it to ramp production in the Eagle Ford. Imperial keeps an Outperform rating on the stock with a $20 price target."
" I never lose been a winner my whole life."
You sound more like a loser to me. A loser in every way imaginable.
I don't like to interact with losers, so I'll have to make you disappear by putting you on 'ignore'.
Now why would some fool give me a thumbs down for agreeing with a prediction by another investor? A prediction, by the way, that's probably on the mark.
100% on the mark with your comment!!!
And there are those who say 'Mr. Market' is on the level. Yeah, right!! This stock has been trading poorly since around the middle to the end of May. Of course, the 'privileged ones' knew what was going to happen. On the other hand, the little guy (i.e., US) didn't know squat! And yes, as you said, the company is just as culpable. Will they ever investigate ALL these people and one day level the playing field? I doubt that very much.
In the meantime, be prepared to start the day off in the 13's. We're already there now.
Hey, PVA, thanks for appreciating my loyalty!! Don't forget to keep that straight face during those presentations.
Disclosure: Until now, I always clicked on 'buy' with a smile of confidence on my face. I'm not smiling any longer.
"A large covered-call trade is looking for a limited range in Penn Virginia.
A block of 2,425 December 15 calls was sold for the bid price of $1.85 today, according to optionMONSTER systems. The previous open interest was just 5 contracts, so this is clearly a new position.
Just 30 seconds later, a print of 242,500 shares of PVA traded for $14.39. So this is a covered call , with the trading betting that the stock will hold between $13.15 and $16.85 through the end of the year. (See our Education section and my recent column on this strategy in our Advantage Point newsletter.)
PVA is up 0.91 percent to $14.39 in midday trading. The oil and gas company was below $5 in mid-September but at a new high just above $18 a month ago."