Well i think that the big boys got all the free shares about three months ago now they gets free trading all day. The only time people buy or sell 100 shares lots all day is option trading and i could not agree more with mm making us dance like puppets. sold 1000 shares on thur. should have sold two weeks ago.plenty more first on monday i guess
I have been tied up in meetings this week and unable to get back to a backlog of investor calls. I do not have an IR staff to assist me with questions from stockholders such as yourself nor do I have an assistant that could help bridge that gap at the moment. My apologies for not getting back to you earlier.
We are working diligently and currently expect to release 2014 earnings on or before March 14, 2014. When we have a definitive date, we will issue a public press release to the market and information will be available in the investor relations section of our website regarding such.
Thank you for your continued support.
Global Geophysical Services Upgraded by Thomson Reuters/Verus to
Energy How the US shale boom will be felt around the world
Text Size Published: Friday, 14 Feb 2014 | 2:33 AM ETBy: Mark Haefele, Global Head of Investment at UBS Wealth Management Twitter
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New shale extraction technology is ushering in an era of lower energy costs in the US that will have an impact around the world.
Lower energy costs mean downward pressure on inflation and manufacturing costs, which will mean more money left over for consumption and investment in the US and overseas. Policymakers and investors who dismiss technologies like shale extraction as niche developments need to consider their longer-term implications.
(Read more: US shale revolution leaving Europe in the cold)
Extracting oil and gas from shale rock through hydraulic fracturing or fracking has already transformed the US energy landscape. Along with enhanced energy storage and innovations in alternative energy, shale extraction is holding energy costs down. The strong shale supply has helped keep US West Texas Intermediate oil prices lower than non-US Brent prices since late 2010, according to the US Energy Information Administration. Since 2004, WTI had typically traded at a premium of $1 to $3 a barrel.
The impact of lower energy costs on US economic growth is not some one-off that has already been fully priced into the equity market. Over the longer term, the multiplier effects could be even greater. Lower energy costs mean US manufacturing becomes cheaper and the US becomes more attractive as an investment destination. This will become an even more significant factor if US non-financial corporations invest even a fraction of their vast $1.8 trillion cash reserves and start employing more US workers. Higher employment also means higher consumption and potentially more employment. Shale can contribute to a virtuous circle of self-reinforcing recovery in the US.
(Read more: Shale boom may create jobs in nonfracking states: Report)
Overall, we estimate that shale could add 0.5 percentage points a year to US gross domestic product (GDP) growth over the next 10 years. Official figures put US annual GDP at $17.1 trillion in the final quarter of 2013, meaning that if the shale boom were to add 0.5 percentage points to GDP in 2014, it would create an $85 billion economy from scratch.
Over the longer term, other technologies could help reinforce shale's positive effect. Additive manufacturing or 3D printing could save more than half of US manufacturers' energy use, according to the US Department of Energy. The combination of rapid manufacturing innovation and low energy costs were key factors in America's industrial revolution during the 19th century and could hold similar promise in the 21st.
anybody know whats pushing this today volume is way up
2) Global Geophysical Services Global Geophysical Services Inc. has a current share price $2.80. The consensus analyst target price is $5.57. That gives us a “street projected return” of 100%.
Wow that guy really knew what he was talking about 9/10/2013 just 5 months ago cool back to the 52 week and all time LOW what the heck is management doing almost criminal
Barrington Research maintained a Speculative Outperform rating on Global Geophysical Services (NYSE: GGS) with a price target of $4.75. Comments follow news it has entered into a cooperation agreement with Seismic Equipment Solutions whereby SES has committed to acquire and market the Company's AutoSeis® high definition recorder ("HDR") systems to the seismic equipment rental and leasing market.
In connection with the signing of the Agreement, SES placed an order for an AutoSeis HDR nodal system comprised of 20,000 single-channel units and other related equipment. SES took delivery of this $9.5 million equipment order on Dec. 30, 2013. Separately, Global, the Company's parent, entered into a short-term rental agreement with SES to use the AutoSeis recording system purchased by SES.
"While the common equity of GGS has been under considerable pressure, we have noted that given the forecasted true cash flow and the capital structure of the company, the stock is significantly undervalued, in our opinion. This development with Autoseis, Inc. is viewed positively and is expected to benefit fourth quarter results, as well as be beneficial to GGS going forward," said analyst Rudolf A. Hokanson.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
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Global Geophysical Services, Inc.(NYSE:GGS) +14.9% premarket on news that Seismic Equipment Solutions agrees to acquire and market GGS’s AutoSeis high definition recorder systems to the seismic equipment rental and leasing market.SES also places an order for an AutoSeis HDR nodal system comprised of 20K single-channel units and other related equipment; SES took delivery of this $9.5M equipment order on Dec. 30.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Well its next week or did you mean next YEAR kind of wish that i never saw those three letters GGS. I talked to tim from IR and he still contends that we are a turn around story sure hope he is right.