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serenityloveh69 285 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 3, 2015 2:11 PM Member since: Jul 9, 2010
  • Reply to

    Pinks are probably the best answer now

    by markp1950 Mar 13, 2015 3:24 PM
    serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 30, 2015 1:22 PM Flag

    When is the delisting date ? Question I'd like to know with the price per ton on coal going lower and lower and Walters debt going higher ( 3.2 Billion ) coupled with a downgrade to junk will hell take them ?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 30, 2015 1:14 PM Flag

    Be prepaired to unload in a hurry when the unloading starts. This will move fast with basically bankruptcy being file @ any time. Kind of like an old pile of dung now. If your interested just salvage anything left for .10 / .15 cents . Its not if this goes lower but when and how fast.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 30, 2015 1:03 PM Flag

    My new guess is the 2nd week of July .@ .16 cents

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 30, 2015 12:57 PM Flag

    As you can see they are unloading all they can on to the average Joe investor who think this will be fine. Remember a fool and he money are soon to part. When this goes to the OTC trading on the pink sheets you'll see single digits and then sun-penny

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Barron's article? I can't find it

    by boardofficer Jun 30, 2015 9:38 AM
    serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 30, 2015 9:41 AM Flag

    Here, let me help you out... boardofficer

    What Are the Symptoms of Bipolar I Disorder ?
    People with Bipolar I Disorder may have different types of symptoms with intense emotional states that often occur in episodes.

    3 of any of them and you should seek help.

    Symptoms of a manic episode include:

    A noticeable period of abnormally elevated, expansive, or irritable mood, lasting at least 1 week (or any duration if hospitalization is necessary)
    Three (or more) of the following (four if the mood is only irritable):
    Inflated self-esteem
    Reduced need for sleep
    More talkative than usual
    Racing thoughts
    Easily distracted
    Increase in goal-directed activity
    Extreme involvement in pleasurable, high-risk activities, such as unrestrained spending sprees, sexual indiscretions, or foolish investments.

    Now you boardofficer surely should seek some help and quit trying to con people and lie to unload you junk on other people . Get some help sonny for you've got more than 3 of the above

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 29, 2015 8:58 PM Flag

    The sad part is that when the shares become worthless like last time people won't understand.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 29, 2015 4:30 PM Flag

    Going to get ugly again @ .15 cents they will announce the wortless shares with a new ticker name just like they did last time

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Here, let me help you out... boardofficer

    What Are the Symptoms of Bipolar I Disorder ?
    People with Bipolar I Disorder may have different types of symptoms with intense emotional states that often occur in episodes.

    3 of any of them and you should seek help.

    Symptoms of a manic episode include:

    A noticeable period of abnormally elevated, expansive, or irritable mood, lasting at least 1 week (or any duration if hospitalization is necessary)
    Three (or more) of the following (four if the mood is only irritable):
    Inflated self-esteem
    Reduced need for sleep
    More talkative than usual
    Racing thoughts
    Easily distracted
    Increase in goal-directed activity
    Extreme involvement in pleasurable, high-risk activities, such as unrestrained spending sprees, sexual indiscretions, or foolish investments.

    Now you boardofficer surely should seek some help and quit trying to con people and lie to unload you junk on other people . Get some help sonny for you've got more than 3 of the above

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 29, 2015 10:31 AM Flag

    Truth up

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 29, 2015 10:29 AM Flag

    Truth up

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Per Zacks: No BK filing for WLT

    by boardofficer Jun 23, 2015 3:54 PM
    serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 29, 2015 10:21 AM Flag

    Ok Boardofficer...you didn't keep going on further with the truth

    Walter Energy to delay another bond payment, will exercise 30-day grace period
    Jun 12, 2015, 1:12pm CDT Updated Jun 13, 2015, 11:56am CDT

    Ryan Phillips
    Birmingham Business Journal

    Hoover-based Walter Energy, Inc. on Thursday announced that it will miss an interest payment and exercise the 30-day grace period under its indenture agreement with holders of its 9.875 percent senior notes due in 2020.

    This will extend the timeframe for making the cash interest payment due June 15, 2015, according to a statement on Seeking Alpha.

    Walter, a leading producer of metallurgical coal, asserts that it will continue to deliver high quality met coal to customers and meet its other obligations to establish a capital structure capable of weathering an increasingly volatile market.

    The company's plan to skip the payment comes as it continues negotiations with senior creditors on a restructuring of its $3.1 billion debt that could result in the state's largest coal producer declaring bankruptcy by the end of June.

    Walter has been in reorganization talks for the last two months, as coal prices sit at their lowest since 2009-$52.85 per ton.

    Related: What's causing Walter Energy's woes?

    Additionally, the company has said it could lay off as many as 370 workers in Alabama if the market does not adjust by mid-July. These layoffs would likely occur at the biggest Walter operation–The No.7 mine in Brookwood, which has already been hit with the layoffs of 46 workers in March.

    Problems in the steel market have trickled into the coal sector in Alabama, which is a primary producer of metallurgical, or met coal, used in the production of coke that is crucial in the integrated steelmaking process.

    Walter Energy reported a net loss of $80 million in the first quarter, which was down from a $92 million loss a year ago. Total revenue was down from $413 million to $290 million.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 29, 2015 10:11 AM Flag

    Some people are in denial

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Here are some BULLISH "FACTS"

    by crazyworld4u Jan 28, 2015 10:18 PM
    serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 29, 2015 9:37 AM Flag

    Outlook

    The outlook for Walter Energy depends on the results of the company's negotiations with bondholders. The recent decline in met coal prices makes Walter Energy's position especially vulnerable. In the first quarter, the average cash cost of sales at Walter Energy's U.S. operations was $96.85 per ton. Today's prices are $93 per ton. In my view, one cannot expect that anything will be left for common stockholders in the current situation. All Walter Energy's operations are losing money at current prices. Costs at Walter Energy's idled Canadian mines are significantly higher than current prices. I think that the pie is too small, and there are too many claims that stand before common stockholders.

    Bottom line

    In my view, Walter Energy will become a textbook example of how to wipe out shareholder value with pricey acquisitions and bad decisions. The company's stock was worth as much as $143.76 in 2011, a year when Walter Energy acquired Western Coal. "We have truly transformed Walter Energy once again" - stated Walter Energy's Chairman Michael T. Tokarz in a company's press release dated April 1, 2011. Walter Energy's shares have declined since then. The company had multiple opportunities to try to change its fate. Unfortunately, it made the wrong bet and just patiently waited for met coal price rebound. I followed the company for a few years, and I was astonished to see how long did it take for Walter Energy to arrive to any decisions, like the decision to idle its Canadian operations. The company is now paying price for its mistakes. My target price for Walter Energy is zero

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    when the dust settles

    by dw32347 Jun 27, 2015 10:34 PM
    serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 28, 2015 4:49 PM Flag

    Outlook

    The outlook for Walter Energy depends on the results of the company's negotiations with bondholders. The recent decline in met coal prices makes Walter Energy's position especially vulnerable. In the first quarter, the average cash cost of sales at Walter Energy's U.S. operations was $96.85 per ton. Today's prices are $93 per ton. In my view, one cannot expect that anything will be left for common stockholders in the current situation. All Walter Energy's operations are losing money at current prices. Costs at Walter Energy's idled Canadian mines are significantly higher than current prices. I think that the pie is too small, and there are too many claims that stand before common stockholders.

    Bottom line

    In my view, Walter Energy will become a textbook example of how to wipe out shareholder value with pricey acquisitions and bad decisions. The company's stock was worth as much as $143.76 in 2011, a year when Walter Energy acquired Western Coal. "We have truly transformed Walter Energy once again" - stated Walter Energy's Chairman Michael T. Tokarz in a company's press release dated April 1, 2011. Walter Energy's shares have declined since then. The company had multiple opportunities to try to change its fate. Unfortunately, it made the wrong bet and just patiently waited for met coal price rebound. I followed the company for a few years, and I was astonished to see how long did it take for Walter Energy to arrive to any decisions, like the decision to idle its Canadian operations. The company is now paying price for its mistakes. My target price for Walter Energy is zero

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 27, 2015 4:11 AM Flag

    The last SEC filing (8K) painted a dismal picture ~ over $3 BILLION in debt, and their coal costs more per ton than they can sell it for !!! You can't "buy it for $120, sell it for $94.and make it up in volume!" LOL. Don't let the pump & dump team's lies and BS cause you to lose your money. This is a "no touch" stock for real !!.

    In their last sec file the notice was given to file bankrupty. They failed to make their interest payment and as of now they haven't posted their losses report for the quarter. Personally I'm surprized that the notice of bankruptcy hasn't been given already

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    BK WILL BE FILED THIS WEEKEND

    by i.short_stocks Jun 26, 2015 8:50 PM
    serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 26, 2015 9:50 PM Flag

    I really feel sorry for all the average Joe investor who has been scammed into losing their money here. I hope I've saved some from the idiot pumpers

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • As most know now that they are going to restructure ( bankruptcy ) when that happens you may see a stock halt and all shares and financials will be locked up till the T-3 halt is released. The teens are where this will be if not single digits

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    What's next for WLT

    by genomic46 Jun 26, 2015 5:54 PM
    serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 26, 2015 5:57 PM Flag

    Outlook

    The outlook for Walter Energy depends on the results of the company's negotiations with bondholders. The recent decline in met coal prices makes Walter Energy's position especially vulnerable. In the first quarter, the average cash cost of sales at Walter Energy's U.S. operations was $96.85 per ton. Today's prices are $93 per ton. In my view, one cannot expect that anything will be left for common stockholders in the current situation. All Walter Energy's operations are losing money at current prices. Costs at Walter Energy's idled Canadian mines are significantly higher than current prices. I think that the pie is too small, and there are too many claims that stand before common stockholders.

    Bottom line

    In my view, Walter Energy will become a textbook example of how to wipe out shareholder value with pricey acquisitions and bad decisions. The company's stock was worth as much as $143.76 in 2011, a year when Walter Energy acquired Western Coal. "We have truly transformed Walter Energy once again" - stated Walter Energy's Chairman Michael T. Tokarz in a company's press release dated April 1, 2011. Walter Energy's shares have declined since then. The company had multiple opportunities to try to change its fate. Unfortunately, it made the wrong bet and just patiently waited for met coal price rebound. I followed the company for a few years, and I was astonished to see how long did it take for Walter Energy to arrive to any decisions, like the decision to idle its Canadian operations. The company is now paying price for its mistakes. My target price for Walter Energy is zero.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Pumper's anonymous meeting @ 7 PM.

    by serenityloveh69 Jun 25, 2015 3:15 PM
    serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 26, 2015 5:46 PM Flag

    Truth up

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • serenityloveh69@att.net serenityloveh69 Jun 26, 2015 4:29 PM Flag

    Truth up

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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