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  • technical dream

  • rchites rchites Feb 6, 2015 8:49 AM Flag

    sorry wrong board as this belongs on ( NES) board.

  • Its going to kill more shorts as they best wake up

  • the stock is just now heating up to a massive buy signal with technical, cash, shorts and P/B ready to Flag pole to new trading ranges in heaven.

  • rchites rchites Feb 6, 2015 8:27 AM Flag

    Are there bears left who are not worried? Total option volume in Nuverra topped 7,800 (Jan 23- the stock went to 40% short). , compared to a daily average of just 122 for the last month. After the last week you would think they would be running for cove. After the stock doubling in 5 trading days you would think they would wake up. . A few were brave enough to short WEDSNESDAY(Nov 4 ) in the weakness. The smart ones saw the opportunity to cover and did so. In a report published Thursday, Imperial Capital analyst Scott Levine reiterated an In-Line rating on Nuverra Environmental Solutions (NYSE: NES), and raised the price target from $2.00 to $4.00.

    In the report, Imperial Capital noted, "We are maintaining our In-Line rating on NES, and are raising our one-year price target to $4 from $2. Our price target is 16% above the recent share price. As a leading provider of environmental solutions to the oil & gas industry, we believe NES is well positioned to benefit from increased E&P spending on environmental services within a number of U.S. shale basins.
    The bottom line is OIL will not stay under the price of producing it for ever. The world will not stay depressed forever. Whether it be WAR, STRIKE or terrorism providing the catalyst Oil will return to a normal range. The company, which provides environmental services to the oil and gas shale industry In a report published Thursday, Imperial Capital analyst Scott Levine reiterated an In-Line rating on Nuverra Environmental Solutions and raised the price target from $2.00 to $4.00.
    In the report, Imperial Capital noted, "We are maintaining our In-Line rating on NES, and are raising our one-year price target to $4 from $2. Our price target is 16% above the recent share price. As a leading provider of environmental solutions to the oil & gas industry, we believe NES is well positioned to benefit from increased E&P spending on environmental services within a number of U.S. shale basins.
    Nuverra Environmental Solutions has lost more than 83 percent of its value in the last year Institutions own 38% of this stock and the stock seams unbelievably cheap with cash now and a 17 dollar book. Many funds now are considering the sector with share with a good price to book value. Blackrock has created a fund dedicated for speculating on these oil industry plays. NES price is only 1/10 of the book value and bottom feeders should take note.

  • rchites rchites Feb 5, 2015 5:58 AM Flag

    I expect another run again today

  • Reply to

    Daytrading the oil futures market

    by bonetraill Feb 4, 2015 11:30 AM
    rchites rchites Feb 4, 2015 1:05 PM Flag

    Try the 3X etfs...15% moves

  • Reply to

    Think its rigged now?

    by bonetraill Feb 3, 2015 2:30 PM
    rchites rchites Feb 4, 2015 5:49 AM Flag

    Its all rigged by KOCH, Blackrock, BUFFET, and a dozen others including the FOX of WAllstreet. If you are with them life is good ,against and its rough. Once in a while they get to greedy or the disconnect is to obvious. LIKE NOW!

  • Reply to

    strike kills over supply

    by delldudelives Feb 2, 2015 12:40 PM
    rchites rchites Feb 3, 2015 9:56 PM Flag

    Rig Count
    The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223 last week, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks.
    The United Steelworkers union that represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants began a strike at nine sites in the biggest walkout since 1980. A full walkout of USW workers would threaten to disrupt as much as 64 percent of U.S. fuel production. Shell and union representatives began negotiations amid the biggest collapse in oil prices since 2008. A massive call out of the workers of 200 different sites could be devastating and supplies could so dwindle. Union Goals
    The refineries on strike can produce 1.82 million barrels of fuel a day, about 10 percent of total U.S. capacity, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The United Steelworkers union, which represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants, They span the U.S., from Tesoro Corp.’s plants in Martinez, California; Carson, California; and Anacortes, Washington, to Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s Catlettsburg complex in Kentucky to three sites in Texas, according to the USW’s statement. More refineries are standing by to join the sites on strike, according to two people familiar with the plan who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public. A notice allows workers to prepare for a walkout and doesn’t necessarily mean a strike will occur, according to the union. The remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, the USW said. Remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, according to the union.
    Speculators who bet against crude missed out on the biggest rally in 31 months, as a record decline in U.S. oil rigs spurred speculation that production will slow. “The momentum is now starting to look bullish,” Phil Flynn, a senior market analyst at the Price Futures Group in Chicago, said by phone Jan. 30. “The drop in the rig count and spending is going to substantially reduce oil production later this year into next year.” The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks. Oil production growth should be flat or declining by May or June unless there’s some substantial recovery in oil prices,” James Williams, an economist at WTRG Economics, an energy-research firm in London, Arkansas, said by phone Jan. 30. Long Range- “If these low oil prices delay investment, or investment decisions, the world will be in a problematic situation in the next decade,” Maria Van Der Hoeven, executive director of the IEA, said in an interview in Abu Dhabi. “We are laying the groundwork for much lower production in a year or two,” John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy, said by phone Jan. 30. “The market is going to have upswings from time to time.”

  • Reply to

    Sorry Shorts!!!!.Wrong time to short oil stocks.

    by rospim Feb 3, 2015 10:37 AM
    rchites rchites Feb 3, 2015 9:52 PM Flag

    the union could call workers of 200 companies out in the field. Then the surpluses would be gone. Oil would go through the roof

  • Reply to

    short?

    by salvadorxavier788 Feb 3, 2015 11:15 AM
    rchites rchites Feb 3, 2015 9:50 PM Flag

    Rig Count
    The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223 last week, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks.
    The United Steelworkers union that represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants began a strike at nine sites in the biggest walkout since 1980. A full walkout of USW workers would threaten to disrupt as much as 64 percent of U.S. fuel production. Shell and union representatives began negotiations amid the biggest collapse in oil prices since 2008. A massive call out of the workers of 200 different sites could be devastating and supplies could so dwindle. Union Goals
    The refineries on strike can produce 1.82 million barrels of fuel a day, about 10 percent of total U.S. capacity, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The United Steelworkers union, which represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants, They span the U.S., from Tesoro Corp.’s plants in Martinez, California; Carson, California; and Anacortes, Washington, to Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s Catlettsburg complex in Kentucky to three sites in Texas, according to the USW’s statement. More refineries are standing by to join the sites on strike, according to two people familiar with the plan who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public. A notice allows workers to prepare for a walkout and doesn’t necessarily mean a strike will occur, according to the union. The remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, the USW said. Remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, according to the union.
    Speculators who bet against crude missed out on the biggest rally in 31 months, as a record decline in U.S. oil rigs spurred speculation that production will slow. “The momentum is now starting to look bullish,” Phil Flynn, a senior market analyst at the Price Futures Group in Chicago, said by phone Jan. 30. “The drop in the rig count and spending is going to substantially reduce oil production later this year into next year.” The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks. Oil production growth should be flat or declining by May or June unless there’s some substantial recovery in oil prices,” James Williams, an economist at WTRG Economics, an energy-research firm in London, Arkansas, said by phone Jan. 30. Long Range- “If these low oil prices delay investment, or investment decisions, the world will be in a problematic situation in the next decade,” Maria Van Der Hoeven, executive director of the IEA, said in an interview in Abu Dhabi. “We are laying the groundwork for much lower production in a year or two,” John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy, said by phone Jan. 30. “The market is going to have upswings from time to time.”

  • they are on a rolling 24 hour notice and 200 companies could be affected in 24 hours. Shorts could lose it all. OIL will spike.................

  • Rig Count
    The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223 last week, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks.
    The United Steelworkers union that represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants began a strike at nine sites in the biggest walkout since 1980. A full walkout of USW workers would threaten to disrupt as much as 64 percent of U.S. fuel production. Shell and union representatives began negotiations amid the biggest collapse in oil prices since 2008. A massive call out of the workers of 200 different sites could be devastating and supplies could so dwindle. Union Goals
    The refineries on strike can produce 1.82 million barrels of fuel a day, about 10 percent of total U.S. capacity, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The United Steelworkers union, which represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants, They span the U.S., from Tesoro Corp.’s plants in Martinez, California; Carson, California; and Anacortes, Washington, to Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s Catlettsburg complex in Kentucky to three sites in Texas, according to the USW’s statement. More refineries are standing by to join the sites on strike, according to two people familiar with the plan who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public. A notice allows workers to prepare for a walkout and doesn’t necessarily mean a strike will occur, according to the union. The remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, the USW said. Remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, according to the union.
    Speculators who bet against crude missed out on the biggest rally in 31 months, as a record decline in U.S. oil rigs spurred speculation that production will slow. “The momentum is now starting to look bullish,” Phil Flynn, a senior market analyst at the Price Futures Group in Chicago, said by phone Jan. 30. “The drop in the rig count and spending is going to substantially reduce oil production later this year into next year.” The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks. Oil production growth should be flat or declining by May or June unless there’s some substantial recovery in oil prices,” James Williams, an economist at WTRG Economics, an energy-research firm in London, Arkansas, said by phone Jan. 30. Long Range- “If these low oil prices delay investment, or investment decisions, the world will be in a problematic situation in the next decade,” Maria Van Der Hoeven, executive director of the IEA, said in an interview in Abu Dhabi. “We are laying the groundwork for much lower production in a year or two,” John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy, said by phone Jan. 30. “The market is going to have upswings from time to time.”

  • Rig Count
    The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223 last week, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks.
    The United Steelworkers union that represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants began a strike at nine sites in the biggest walkout since 1980. A full walkout of USW workers would threaten to disrupt as much as 64 percent of U.S. fuel production. Shell and union representatives began negotiations amid the biggest collapse in oil prices since 2008. A massive call out of the workers of 200 different sites could be devastating and supplies could so dwindle. Union Goals
    The refineries on strike can produce 1.82 million barrels of fuel a day, about 10 percent of total U.S. capacity, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The United Steelworkers union, which represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants, They span the U.S., from Tesoro Corp.’s plants in Martinez, California; Carson, California; and Anacortes, Washington, to Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s Catlettsburg complex in Kentucky to three sites in Texas, according to the USW’s statement. More refineries are standing by to join the sites on strike, according to two people familiar with the plan who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public. A notice allows workers to prepare for a walkout and doesn’t necessarily mean a strike will occur, according to the union. The remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, the USW said. Remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, according to the union.
    Speculators who bet against crude missed out on the biggest rally in 31 months, as a record decline in U.S. oil rigs spurred speculation that production will slow. “The momentum is now starting to look bullish,” Phil Flynn, a senior market analyst at the Price Futures Group in Chicago, said by phone Jan. 30. “The drop in the rig count and spending is going to substantially reduce oil production later this year into next year.” The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks. Oil production growth should be flat or declining by May or June unless there’s some substantial recovery in oil prices,” James Williams, an economist at WTRG Economics, an energy-research firm in London, Arkansas, said by phone Jan. 30. Long Range- “If these low oil prices delay investment, or investment decisions, the world will be in a problematic situation in the next decade,” Maria Van Der Hoeven, executive director of the IEA, said in an interview in Abu Dhabi. “We are laying the groundwork for much lower production in a year or two,” John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy, said by phone Jan. 30. “The market is going to have upswings from time to time.”

  • In 24 hours the shorts could lose it all. Rig Count
    The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223 last week, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks.
    The United Steelworkers union that represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants began a strike at nine sites in the biggest walkout since 1980. A full walkout of USW workers would threaten to disrupt as much as 64 percent of U.S. fuel production. Shell and union representatives began negotiations amid the biggest collapse in oil prices since 2008. A massive call out of the workers of 200 different sites could be devastating and supplies could so dwindle. Union Goals
    The refineries on strike can produce 1.82 million barrels of fuel a day, about 10 percent of total U.S. capacity, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The United Steelworkers union, which represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants, They span the U.S., from Tesoro Corp.’s plants in Martinez, California; Carson, California; and Anacortes, Washington, to Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s Catlettsburg complex in Kentucky to three sites in Texas, according to the USW’s statement. More refineries are standing by to join the sites on strike, according to two people familiar with the plan who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public. A notice allows workers to prepare for a walkout and doesn’t necessarily mean a strike will occur, according to the union. The remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, the USW said. Remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, according to the union.
    Speculators who bet against crude missed out on the biggest rally in 31 months, as a record decline in U.S. oil rigs spurred speculation that production will slow. “The momentum is now starting to look bullish,” Phil Flynn, a senior market analyst at the Price Futures Group in Chicago, said by phone Jan. 30. “The drop in the rig count and spending is going to substantially reduce oil production later this year into next year.” The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks. Oil production growth should be flat or declining by May or June unless there’s some substantial recovery in oil prices,” James Williams, an economist at WTRG Economics, an energy-research firm in London, Arkansas, said by phone Jan. 30. Long Range- “If these low oil prices delay investment, or investment decisions, the world will be in a problematic situation in the next decade,” Maria Van Der Hoeven, executive director of the IEA, said in an interview in Abu Dhabi. “We are laying the groundwork for much lower production in a year or two,” John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy, said by phone Jan. 30. “The market is going to have upswings from time to time.”

  • Rig Count
    The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223 last week, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks.
    The United Steelworkers union that represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants began a strike at nine sites in the biggest walkout since 1980. A full walkout of USW workers would threaten to disrupt as much as 64 percent of U.S. fuel production. Shell and union representatives began negotiations amid the biggest collapse in oil prices since 2008. A massive call out of the workers of 200 different sites could be devastating and supplies could so dwindle. Union Goals
    The refineries on strike can produce 1.82 million barrels of fuel a day, about 10 percent of total U.S. capacity, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The United Steelworkers union, which represents employees at more than 200 U.S. oil refineries, terminals, pipelines and chemical plants, They span the U.S., from Tesoro Corp.’s plants in Martinez, California; Carson, California; and Anacortes, Washington, to Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s Catlettsburg complex in Kentucky to three sites in Texas, according to the USW’s statement. More refineries are standing by to join the sites on strike, according to two people familiar with the plan who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public. A notice allows workers to prepare for a walkout and doesn’t necessarily mean a strike will occur, according to the union. The remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, the USW said. Remaining USW-represented sites are operating under rolling, 24-hour contract extensions, according to the union.
    Speculators who bet against crude missed out on the biggest rally in 31 months, as a record decline in U.S. oil rigs spurred speculation that production will slow. “The momentum is now starting to look bullish,” Phil Flynn, a senior market analyst at the Price Futures Group in Chicago, said by phone Jan. 30. “The drop in the rig count and spending is going to substantially reduce oil production later this year into next year.” The U.S. oil rig count dropped to a three-year low of 1,223, Baker Hughes said Jan. 30. Drillers idled 352 oil rigs in eight weeks. Oil production growth should be flat or declining by May or June unless there’s some substantial recovery in oil prices,” James Williams, an economist at WTRG Economics, an energy-research firm in London, Arkansas, said by phone Jan. 30. Long Range- “If these low oil prices delay investment, or investment decisions, the world will be in a problematic situation in the next decade,” Maria Van Der Hoeven, executive director of the IEA, said in an interview in Abu Dhabi. “We are laying the groundwork for much lower production in a year or two,” John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy, said by phone Jan. 30. “The market is going to have upswings from time to time.”

  • Reply to

    take your profit now AND run

    by moretimehere777 Feb 3, 2015 12:26 PM
    rchites rchites Feb 3, 2015 5:11 PM Flag

    only idiots would short this down stock when supply and demand are going to meet with 9 refineries on strike. I would say go for it as I just bought more. I will be laughing at you to 10 dollars.

  • Reply to

    OPEC says $200 oil spike coming

    by bearnobull Feb 3, 2015 2:34 PM
    rchites rchites Feb 3, 2015 5:05 PM Flag

    with 9 refineries affected supply should be going down. NO improvements and new pipelines. OPEC is right it wont take that long and higher oil in a year. This will be a great return and investment.

  • rchites rchites Feb 3, 2015 5:03 PM Flag

    supply will not be that big in the near future. LAYOFF, STRIKE, Shutdown or call it what you like. NO ADDED capacity to the markets and 9 refiners affected. BUY BUY byBY!

  • Reply to

    Sorry Shorts!!!!.Wrong time to short oil stocks.

    by rospim Feb 3, 2015 10:37 AM
    rchites rchites Feb 3, 2015 5:00 PM Flag

    they got blind sided by the strike. The surpluses is not going to look that big soon.

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