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oilly2bed 210 posts  |  Last Activity: 4 hours ago Member since: Mar 26, 2013
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  • oilly2bed oilly2bed 4 hours ago Flag

    Quite a Spread..............6 cents to $3.....................based on??????????????
    a gut feeling???
    intuition??
    a birdie?

    Right there ya have it folks......................................
    No Products.............No Revenue.......................Patents!!!!!!!!!
    A Patent Partner w/ an Eternal License at NO COST yielding.................No Revenue................No Products

    crAPPLE macRumour$..............taking $ucker$ where n00ne has ventured bef0re.............why.....................it's.............................Intergalactic..........LOL

    Sentiment: Hold

  • oilly2bed oilly2bed 10 hours ago Flag

    apple-speck-tin unable to pull trigger in crash..................
    Blames others for Inability to Trade................

    Compares an auto maker to a bio-Refiner.
    Unable to think straight.

    Rants a Lot...............
    No control of Emotions...............

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Who Demanded a Continued 16% Yield have finally run out of Ammo. An 11% Yield is OK while the Balance Sheet gets squared away.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    ECA Begins a Move

    by oilly2bed Aug 22, 2014 1:02 AM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed 11 hours ago Flag

    bump

  • Reply to

    ECA Begins a Move

    by oilly2bed Aug 22, 2014 1:02 AM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed 11 hours ago Flag

    Building Cause @ $22.80.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • oilly2bed oilly2bed 12 hours ago Flag

    Then you do not care about shipments OR back-log. So follow the Charts & the Quarterlies. You will know AFTER they Break-Even & Turn-a-Profit & that's OK too. In Fact, it is t00 risky until the d0 Turn-a-Profit so sell now & watch the news and come back later (or not). You can buy all the GE & IR you desire. No point in beating the bushes here.

    Ain't that right????

    Wait..................your $h0rT.................and only care about DOWN-side..............I gettit.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Russian artillery units in Ukraine, NATO says

    by llong54 Aug 22, 2014 2:50 PM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed 12 hours ago Flag

    Hilarious. The Ukrainian Russians surround & capture the Kiev armour & the Kiev soldiers. Then NATO calls the captured equipment "Russian".

    Meanwhile 50%+ of the population on the eastern side of the Dnieper wants to speak & conduct their business in Russian. They won the last REAL election when everybody got to vote but a putsch in February-March installed the current "regime" in Kiev. Then the putschists held their rump "election" in the summer EXCLUDING most of "the Russians" in the East of Ukraine (you know -- the people who LIVE THERE).

    Moscow is about 450 mi. from Kiev as the crow (or missile) flies. The fact that the neo-clown NATO hawks would like to place "defensive" missiles there is a recipe for disaster. More than 1 million Russians & 350,000 Germans died at the Battle of Kursk in the Summer of 1943 just about 1/3 of the way between Kiev & Moscow. If we do not quit screwing around with Putin he will roll-up the Ukraine in about a week. The Ukraine is broke, the lenders are desperate, the troops are losing the will to fight, but the "Chocolate King" & the Slime Minister will keep pushing this Bee Ess until they are lined-up & shot.

    A neutral Ukraine (a la Austria) west of the Dnieper is about the BEST THING the west can hope for. The inviolability of borders is a GD joke after shrub & the neo-clowns made their "War of Choice" in Iraq with no UN sanction. We've re-drawn borders in Palestine, the Sudan, and now "Kurdistan" in Iraq just in recent times. The old Soviet Unions borders were re-drawn in 1992.

    An analogous American deal would be if the US broke up but most of the country held together & the SW (S. California-Az-NM-S Texas) was a newly "independent" nation. Then the government there declared that anglos HAD to speak Spanish & stop being "merkins". One can only imagine the result. And if Moscow offered to put "defensive" missiles in the New State as part of the Trans-Pacific Treaty Organization (TRAPTO) WAR would be imminent.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Santa Fe's progression

    by edesatn Aug 27, 2014 2:43 PM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed 12 hours ago Flag

    It's CANarc (Canadian Arctic Exploration I expect) not CONarc.

    Your history is good. I looked at AZCO a time or two back-when but got that old mafia mining feeling. Sort of a "How did they turn Jimmy Hoffa into concrete thingy". Arizona is the Bonanno Family retirement home.

    ALL of the mines that were halted in WWII for War Production were mining great grades compared to the typical grades now. THAT is what Pierce understood. And it is true across the board. But the old works (mostly) have to be de-watered and re-entered & this is no small task. The SW Corner of NM is uniquely endowed in these regards & I am pretty certain that the Endeavour Silver Management knows how to best return these deposits to production.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • oilly2bed oilly2bed 13 hours ago Flag

    Yoke Bio-Mass Base Load to Solar/Wind & you have as near to fully-renewable power as you can get. Only Geo-Thermal or Hydro Base Load compete on a carbon credit basis.

    All it requires is efficient forest management. The great fires of the West are NOT good resource stewardship or efficient forest management. Better to return that carbon to the environment for electricity than just let it go up in smoke. Clear-Cutting fire breaks which facilitate selective forest management with groves of old growth & burn-patches (chiefly natural) would be good stewardship. The current hodge-podge of clear-cut or no timber is just stupid. It is not a Policy OR a Plan. It is a Disaster.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Earnings & Guidance

    by oilly2bed Aug 10, 2014 9:42 AM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed 14 hours ago Flag

    That California Operations really threw me. They have no California Operations. They have Operations in Pasadena, TEXAS. Pasadena......................now I get it. They still project Pasadena losing $10 MM in the back-half of 2014..............that is the Guidance.

    1. The ROI on the Investments will come in 2015 although the work will be done in 2014.

    2. I believe the likely move in Pasadena will be Grain Export @ the Bulk Terminal with product back-hauls to the grain belt. This will circumvent the need to separately charter rail stock to deliver to the grain belt so that being "frozen-out" of the market by transportation will not happen again........in 2015. The export market for AS is effectively dead if the Dollar keeps rising..........but the domestic corn-wheat-beans belt will need premium product. This will mostly turn into revenues in 2015 also.

    So I'll be happy with the development and the 2nd Half Payout at ~$0.82.

    Of course, this will not satisfy Mr. Griggs & the ponderers of d00m.......................but what the heck would??

    oilly

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    What news is causing this spike?

    by jgtg35 Aug 19, 2014 2:15 PM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 28, 2014 2:09 PM Flag

    Particularly if you do not understand how & when to Sell & Buy.

    You should short a bunch here, griggsy, if u believe yer own el toro poo-poo.

    LOL

    Sentiment: Buy

  • oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 27, 2014 10:31 AM Flag

    I was long out-of-pocket. Mother-In-Law went Blind (mostly). The tale of the old management of SFEG (as with so many juniors) was one of pipe dreams, poorly executed & timed production decisions, a falling Gold Price, poor decisions about financings (Gold Streams are JUST AWFUL), re-financings, re-re-financings, obscure book-keeping, dilutions, re-re-re-financings, more dilutions, fibbing about progress, threatening lenders, threatening employees and, lastly, being unwilling to face reality.

    I finally sold out the last of my $0.77-$1.12 positions in June 2012 @ $0.67 after it was clear to me that Pierce was only concerned with production to make HIS 1% NSR Bear Fruit no matter if he ran SFEG into the ground or not -- and I could not reconcile production with the SEC Filings. In my experience when one cannot reconcile what one is told with what one can figure out (or if you cannot make sense of something) in the Investment Sector (too complicated, vague or indecipherable) then it is time to Hit-the-Road (even if you are losing money at the time.

    I sure thought we would test $0.0962..................so I sold 1/3 above $0.20. So Far...............No Dice.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Sold out today.

    by jam4112006 Aug 26, 2014 9:31 PM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 27, 2014 10:13 AM Flag

    RTK has always been the Largest Shareholder. RTK has managed RNF from the start to maximize RNF Distributions.

    The UAN Chart is very revealing as to whether RNF is an outlier to the Nitrogen Industry.

    RNF will Yield ~10% going forward, at this price, with no business improvement.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Is IPI a lithium play?

    by silentcinder Aug 3, 2014 2:57 PM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 25, 2014 2:22 PM Flag

    No. They are a Potash Company.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    dist.

    by caleagle2000 Aug 24, 2014 4:01 PM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 25, 2014 2:19 PM Flag

    Expect Financials Release in September.

    Expect Divvie Announcement in October. Payable in November.

    Look at their SEC Documents.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 25, 2014 2:11 PM Flag

    Let me get this straight. You think that a putative $200MM share buy-back program can be used to SELL shares @ $15 to "certain parties"?? How might that work??

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    dist.

    by caleagle2000 Aug 24, 2014 4:01 PM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 25, 2014 2:00 PM Flag

    The Trust will announce it's Quarterly Financials & the Next Distribution in September (I think). Go to the web site. Look at the Dates of the Last Releases. Add 3 months. Since thet never have accounting "issues" the releases occur like clock-work.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    LQMT Positives

    by bob10697 Aug 25, 2014 12:05 PM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 25, 2014 1:46 PM Flag

    They need ONE Revenue Generating Part with Gross Sales @ $1.5 MM/Quarter & a 40%+ Margin. Until then it is simply a wild speculation with an interesting technology.

    Share Issue is their only "Product" so far under Steipp & while the Gross Margin is nearly 100% it is not a method of Building a Successful Company. But it does confirm the "Greater Fool" Theory.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Institutional Investment Conference

    by jaxx105 Aug 22, 2014 12:53 AM
    oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 23, 2014 4:09 PM Flag

    Well if they weren't Institutionalized before...................they will be after they Invest.

    LOL

    Sentiment: Hold

  • oilly2bed oilly2bed Aug 22, 2014 12:11 PM Flag

    The putative default (actually a court in the US delving into International Relations & Sovereignty Issues) will only strengthen the hand of Peronists like the Kirchners. The idea that a judge in the pocket of the Hedgies will bring "justice-in-capital" to Argentina while attempting to strangle their domestic economy is #$%$ on its face. This actually will worsen conditions for every foreign operator in the country.

    Sentiment: Buy

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