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tienxia0 31 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 15, 2014 4:53 PM Member since: May 27, 1999
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  • tienxia0 tienxia0 Mar 15, 2014 4:53 PM Flag

    thisravi can you explain in more detail: "moreover they are only bandwidth providers and not wifi solution, they have to partner."

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    CEO coming on CNBC shortly

    by dean4614 Mar 13, 2014 9:59 AM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Mar 13, 2014 10:22 AM Flag

    Nice try, but just checked CNBC and they're interviewing a different company shortly.

    NOT Gogo.

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    CEO coming on CNBC shortly

    by dean4614 Mar 13, 2014 9:59 AM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Mar 13, 2014 10:18 AM Flag

    When?

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    CONVERTIBLE debt ==== why ????

    by kbodie77777 Mar 5, 2014 6:35 PM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Mar 5, 2014 10:27 PM Flag

    Kbodie -- It's clear that the longs' claims of "lower allocation of a limited supply" to account for flat-to-declining Calif sales would ONLY be true if BACKLOG INCREASED in California during that time. Correct?

    From what I gather, California backlog did NOT increase. Kbodie, since you're tracking this closer than I do, can you post the most recent California Models S backlog info?__

    Thanks!

  • Too many shorts on that side of the trade too.

    Close over $26

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    next 45 minutes will be ugly

    by captain_short_natgas Feb 26, 2014 1:43 PM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 2:23 PM Flag

    Your sarcasm notwithstanding, you may not be finished financially as you have made some great gains on your short so far, but your credibility will have taken a hit, dontcha think?

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    next 45 minutes will be ugly

    by captain_short_natgas Feb 26, 2014 1:43 PM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 2:19 PM Flag

    Your post was 35 minutes ago and it has only been ugly for shorts because UNG appears to be forming a double-bottom and we're on right side of the double bottom, not the left side.

    You've got 10 minutes left for your "45 minutes will be ugly" prognostication...

    At this point, if UNG breaks above $25.50 decisively, or the April contracts goes over $4.60, you might consider covering and going long?

    The fact is, UNG has held above its intraday lows.

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    winter always ends

    by captain_short_natgas Feb 26, 2014 1:52 PM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 2:07 PM Flag

    You only "make" money when you take profits, son... If you're still short, you might be in for some surprises. Especially when you walk with such a swagger.

    Reading thru the lines of your postings, yes, you do seem worried that you might miss covering at the bottom.

    Remember: Short high, cover low.

  • tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 1:56 PM Flag

    Yes, and the charts are showing short term oversold on Natty. Time to go long for the next runup. March is going to be unseasonably cold.

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    winter always ends

    by captain_short_natgas Feb 26, 2014 1:52 PM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 1:54 PM Flag

    You seem worried, Captain... Have you been getting enough fiber in your diet lately?

    Muahahaha!

  • Written by Nat Gas Weather on February 26, 2014 in NatGasWeather - No comments


    The latest forecast data continues to come and we see no big changes other than the cold blast coming next week looking colder. After several more days of cold temperatures and areas of light snowfall over the northern US, temperatures will briefly moderate this weekend as a strong winter storm tracks out of the southern Plains with a band of heavy showers and powerful thunderstorms. This will allow a surge of warmer air into the Ohio Valley and Northeast. What it will also do is allow a strong stationary warm front to set up where a wintry mix of precipitation will intensify and lead to potentially hefty snowfall accumulations into the colder air somewhere over the Northeast. This region could potentially remain in an area of heavy precipitation for a fairly long period of time Sunday and Monday as the storm will still have to traverse through the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic before precipitation would come to an end. So while this may not turn into a full fledged Nor’easter with a low bombing out just off the coast, some of the impacts from it could be significant, especially if heavy snow and ice set up. On the backside of the storm will likely be another impressive blast of Canadian air which should push deep into the Plains and Southeast with temperatures dropping into the single digits and teens. This cold blast keeps looking more impressive with time and when combined with very high nat gas demand over the northern US, draws will be well above normal nationally. This coming cold should bring another round of temperature anomalies of 20-35°F colder than normal. What follows would be a few days of moderating temperatures March 8-9th before another strong winter storm and reinforcing cold blast sweep through the north-central US. There is still nothing showing anything but cold conditions over the high

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    tomorrow's report potential outcomes

    by captain_short_natgas Feb 26, 2014 1:03 PM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 1:16 PM Flag

    True about production ramps, but you should know Natgas trades mostly on medium-range weather/consumption (or hedge manipulation recently).

    And tell us, oh wise one, what makes you so sure UNG upside would be maybe a few percent??

    Are you factoring in the huge short interest recently expecting further NatGas downside which would cause a pop in UNG if the draw is higher?

    Smart short money has made good gains and already covered.

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    I have rolled my puts to July

    by fatedecides21 Feb 26, 2014 12:55 PM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 1:01 PM Flag

    Yeah, you're not confident being short in the short term, eh? Thought so...

  • tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 12:18 PM Flag

    Thank you for your reasoned response. Yes, I have futures trading info at my fingertips.

    -- Good point about the low volume in the March. Thanks. Still doesn't answer where that huge amount of NatGas cash went... Or if it's on the sidelines waiting to be deployed in an April Runup.

    -- Your point about the hedge funds pushing up the front month is true, but I don't think you can know for sure that they have a plan up their sleeves to run up the Aprils (seeing as it was such easy money for them to run up the March contracts). At least for the moment, it's a momo play for shorts, but hedge funds are known to burn shorts or longs -- as you well know.

    -- And for the moment, the sentiment is overwhelmingly BEARISH on Natgas, but that means there are potentially a lot of shorts who could be caught flat-footed if the 6-10 day forecast holds or gets colder or if the media trumps the imminent approach to below 1T Natgas storage.

    -- The short term argument for high NatGas usage is NOT "baseless" as you so over-confidently state. Note that the markets have a way of humbling overconfident swagger...

    -- Long term, yes NatGas prices are going lower due to our huge production potential, but all you need to do is look at how Natgas ran up last March WELL INTO April due to cold weather. The fracking boom was on the summer horizon even then, to exert downward pressure on Natgas, as it is today, though this year, there are even more gas reserves. Still, NatGas rallied hard well into April. You seem to know the future and you know that is not going to happen. I wish I knew the future as well as you claim to.

    So an argument can be made for a floor and possible upside from here. April futures tend to confirm that intraday today with a bottoming out at around 10:30 this a.m.

  • tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 11:07 AM Flag

    Nope, not stupid. Would you like to justify your claims for arrogance with a reasoned argument instead?

  • As traders dump the March contracts, wouldn't the APRIL contract get a huge bounce as March traders plow their funds into APRIL, especially considering that Spring is NOT right around the corner?

    We'll have a high-demand March due to abnormally cold weather with a brief warmup for about 2 days, but no substantial warmup in sight per meteorologists.

    I understand contract rollovers into April have probably propped up April contract prices relative to the March contracts, but logic would dictate more inflow to April.

    Maybe an April (UNG) spike will happen as today progresses.

    Comments anyone?

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    March contract expires tomorrow

    by fatedecides21 Feb 25, 2014 4:14 PM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 26, 2014 2:44 AM Flag

    But as people dump the March, wouldn't the APRIL contract get a huge bounce as March traders plow their funds into APRIL, especially considering that Spring is NOT right around the corner?

    We'll have a high-demand March due to abnormally cold weather with a brief warmup for about 2 days, but no substantial warmup in sight per meteorologists.

    I understand contract rollovers into April have probably propped up April contract prices relative to the March contracts, but was expecting more inflow to April.

    Maybe it will happen as Wednesday progresses: Demand for the Aprils will ramp up into the close. It's possible we'll see April contracts spiking Wednesday.

    Comments/opposing opinions welcome!

  • tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 4, 2014 3:33 AM Flag

    Shorts have no logical argument against this company except Ad-hom attacks and frivolous lawsuits.

  • tienxia0 tienxia0 Feb 2, 2014 11:58 PM Flag

    Good info, thanks thisravi22. You've demonstrated a fairly secure future revenue stream for GOGO.

    I though UAL also runs JetBlue's LiveTV? Do you have any idea how entrenched GOGO is with UAL? Do you know about what Percent of UAL's aircraft use GOGO domestically?

    I just wonder what deals they've been working on in the past few months. They've been pretty quiet lately, so it's about time for a significant announcement that will favorably surprise investors.

    I also expect a major analyst firm to come out with a major upgrade for GOGO very soon on account of the unwarranted selloff.

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    Hearing rumors of a GOOG buyout offer...

    by fundmanager1 Jan 30, 2014 1:31 PM
    tienxia0 tienxia0 Jan 30, 2014 1:41 PM Flag

    That seems plausible. Google would no doubt be interested in owning this space. So it is a good fit and Google is loaded with cash.

    There is no news to account for the stock jumping 8% in 15 minutes. Hmmm...

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