So you've been posting negatively for sometime now about the stock. However, not once have you stated what your current position is. Are you still holding? Have you sold? Are you now short?
I guess your editor took the day off. As a result, you had to write this cr-p yourself. Seriously, what country are you from? Don't they offer ESL classes for people like you who want to come here to reap the benefits of the Medicaid system?
Just found this post to 'willhuasw' on the GDP board:
"floydslittlebrother • 1 hour 33 minutes ago
willhuasw, 11 hours ago you posted...
"many small shales with billion of debt like HK, GDP, PVA are going down down down with no return with its multi-billion dollar debt raised to buy reserves at peak price and now only worth pennies on the dollar for the same land and reserves, meanwhile debt servicing and negative drill cashflow with hedging expire in Q3 will turn into death sentence for those shales."
4 days ago on July 17 you posted "Just bought 80,000 shares at $1.80 to $1.85 range, great time to load"
So your saying you bought 80,000 shares of a company with a death sentence.
willhuasw = Member since: Apr 8, 2015
willhuasw your a two-bit liar. Less"
"Conventional wisdom holds that institutional investors, particularly mutual funds, automatically unload all holdings of stocks trading below $5 a share. As a result, finance executives may worry that wholesale institutional selling could put further pressure on a teetering share price. If a stock lingers too long at that level, sell-side analysts may drop their coverage, making it even harder bring a company to investors’ attention.
Although it’s true that many institutions will not hold stocks trading below $5 a share, this is not universal. Many investors regard a good-quality company trading at a low share price as a buying opportunity. For the company, the trick is to stay on the radar screen of the appropriate investors and to keep the communication flowing. This can be a rough task, of course, when staffing is tight and resources in the investor-relations department are already stretched to the limit."
He's obviously short the stock or getting paid for his posts. However, if he's actually short PVA, does he really think he could move the stock down on a message board? I would venture to say that the total number of shares held by people who read this message board could be measured as a spit in the ocean.
You're really pathetic! So I guess you're the self-anointed seer. You're the great prognosticator.
How about telling everyone here what your ulterior motive is for posting your anti-PVA sh-t. Other than making everyone on this board aware that you consider PVA to be a strong sell, have you ever stated your true reasoning for lurking here? Are you short the stock? Are you working for some entity and getting paid for every post? Do you seek praise here for your predictions? You know, the kind of praise that you've probably sought you're entire pathetic life, but have never received?
Why don't you display some honesty by telling everyone on this board why you post here?
Truth is, I don't think 'honesty' is in your vocabulary.
Why don't you consider enrolling in an ESL class. They're a fantastic tool for immigrants. You know, like you. Or are you an illegal??? lol
"We are sitting ducks now"
Not any longer for me. Like 'contraband', I'm out. No more pain.
My sympathies are extended to the longs here. I hope the stock rebounds.
"The Iranian nuke deal, without doubt, the nadir of American foreign policy decision of the last 100 years...."
That's an understatement!!
And now Iran is pushing for an end to the U.N. arms embargo on them. Don't fret, Ayatollah, our President has no problem with that (sarcasm).
Addendum: Someone recently asked me if I could think of any positive to say about our illustrious President. My response was, "He gives great eulogies."
To make matters worse, I just heard on CNBC that OPEC raised their production.
What country are you from? You need someone to write for you, or at least proofread.
Wrong......The piece was dated June 3, 2015. Google it.
Here's an excerpt:
"Penn Virginia (NYSE:PVA)’s share price traded down 3.5% during trading on Wednesday after Barclays lowered their price target on the stock from $5.00 to $4.50, Analyst Ratings Net reports. Barclays currently has an equal weight rating on the stock. Penn Virginia traded as low as $4.74 and last traded at $4.75, with a volume of 1,656,055 shares. The stock had previously closed at $4.92.
Several other analysts have also recently commented on the stock. Analysts at Imperial Capital lowered their price target on shares of Penn Virginia from $9.00 to $7.00 and set an “outperform” rating on the stock in a research note on Thursday, May 21st. Analysts at SunTrust reiterated a “buy” rating and set a $10.00 price target (down previously from $11.00) on shares of Penn Virginia in a research note on Tuesday, May 19th. Analysts at RBC Capital reiterated an “outperform” rating and set a $7.00 price target (down previously from $8.00) on shares of Penn Virginia in a research note on Thursday, May 14th. Finally, analysts at Canaccord Genuity lowered their price target on shares of Penn Virginia from $9.00 to $8.50 and set a “buy” rating on the stock in a research note on Wednesday, May 13th. One research analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, six have issued a hold rating, six have issued a buy rating and one has issued a strong buy rating to the company. The company has an average rating of “Buy” and a consensus target price of $9.73."