No one pays any of the little plebs on this board. Think about it. No one with any real money on the table cares what some anonymous nose picking troll here says, and no real company would pay such a toad to do it. Maybe some half cent pink that trades 500 shares twice a day, but not a real company. There used to be a small handfull of actual retail investors, but it's digressed to children saying stupid #$%$ to try to rial up others. I pity the fool that invests off of what they read hear as of late. Actually, that wouldn't be investing, now would it.
What is sad is seeing a someone repost something that got no response a few days ago as if it was new.
Does this little bit of attention help you?
Regardless, anything done that early on was just for the sake of restructuring the freshly overtaken and refunded RAM Energy. Prior to August 31, 2011, Floyd and crew were still full time packing up at Petrohawk.
Check your dates. I don't think Halcon even existed in Jan 2012. The Pertohawk sale wasn't final until fall 2011.
I'm sure your mother was also disappointed that the seed left by her paying customer took hold and brought you to be.
I heard a little blurb on the radio this morning that demand is now outpacing supply and the storage glut is decreasing. Also, China's demand is surging.
The thing they can't wrap their simple 14th century mind around is the genie is out of the bottle. They can break a few companies, but they can't destroy the oil in the shale or the technology to get it. At some point, not to high above today's price, we go right back to drilling and fracking.
My selfish side that's invested hates these cheap oil price, but my pragmatic global dominance side has always sail great, let's burn up theirs first so we don't end up dependent ton them.
Funny thing about analyst. They didn't say sell at 7.50. They said buy then. But after it's down to 1.15 they say sell.
I thought the trick to stock was to buy it low and sell it high? Did I miss something? Should I buy at the high and sell at the low for some reason?
I don't use ones that can be used against you with manipulations, blips and anomalies. I only make bets I'm willing to ride out to the bitter end. I like short puts knowing the worse thing that can happen is I end up owning stock.