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truth.monger 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 19, 2014 11:20 AM Member since: Nov 24, 2008
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  • truth.monger by truth.monger Dec 19, 2014 11:20 AM Flag

    All your irrational pumping created such an easy and obvious short.

    Especially considering that the executives all dumped at $7 earlier this year when the best still was ahead.

    Now there is nothing to look forward to. 2015 is a year of terrible comps and ever more competition.

  • One has to wonder how bribed these executives have been by this acquirer? What sort of equity conversion are they getting? What sort of bonuses & salaries has they been promised? What sort of gain are they expecting when the company is taken public again a year from now?

    By all that is considered holy in American justice -- all shareholder should benefit from the risk we took in owning CHYR not just the executives that we already paid exorbitant salaries stock to, with the expectation they would create value for us equally....

    This is very very dirty.

  • Reply to

    LyingMonger Is Back!

    by daninfw04 Nov 7, 2014 9:41 AM
    truth.monger truth.monger Nov 7, 2014 10:07 AM Flag

    What are you talking about? I said to sell at $7+ when all the executives sold. Remember?

    You bought like mad at 6+, or at least you said you did...

    you said they were going to beat big the prior quarter. They didn't. You said they were going to beat big this quarter. Then you hedged. And They didn't.

    Well this is the end of the good times. Look back to 2010. No more world cup. No more election. There is nothing in 2015.

    Expect this long sharp decline to continue through 2015.

  • Reply to

    Nice move Today

    by bitesr Nov 6, 2014 1:46 PM
    truth.monger truth.monger Nov 6, 2014 2:57 PM Flag

    ANW always claimed not to gamble in derivatives. In fact they claimed lower oil prices was good for them because they float less capital for the month between paying suppliers & getting paid by customers.

    The thing that is most interesting is that this imploding competitor's operation was essentially a fake cover for their gambling. So that was why they were so "aggressive" on pricing.

    My take --- irrational pricing is now gone...

    Removing a fake operator which created irrational price pressure is key. Every other player requires a return on their physical assets.

  • Although Dan bought all his shares well above $6 he has announced his average cost to be "about $5".

    That pumper aside, I'm sure a number of you have noticed that EVC continues to follow the 2010-2011 valuation pattern? The old 4 year cycle is still all powerful.

    You'll note that after EVC fell hard in early 2010 it bounced for several months only to resume the extreme decline well into 2011. It seems we are on track...

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