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urineandblue 27 posts  |  Last Activity: May 17, 2013 10:53 AM Member since: Jun 7, 2012
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  • Said it's a fire sale below 6. Go to their website to read.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Will add more over the next week. This will be a long term hold for me. GLTA!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • urineandblue by urineandblue Apr 11, 2013 9:07 AM Flag

    will make a few more purchases over the next week or so.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • urineandblue by urineandblue Apr 6, 2013 9:07 AM Flag

    Roughly half of U.S. homes use natural gas for space heating, and many more have electric heating powered by gas-burning utilities. When temperatures rise, gas demand drops.

    That factor leads to stockpile gains every summer. But gas being pricier near $4 per million BTUs, investors may have reason to worry about a bigger increase in reserves.

    SOME MARKET WATCHERS are concerned that the rally that took gas to its current $4 level will also lead to reduced demand from utilities. Over the past year, power plants took advantage of low prices and shifted to burning gas instead of more expensive coal, raising demand for the fuel and helping to shrink the U.S. supply glut. There are signs, however, that utilities are already dialing back their move to natural gas.

    Teri Viswanath, senior natural-gas strategist at BNP Paribas, pointed to data from the U.S. Energy Department released last week that showed gas usage by electric utilities fell by 0.6 billion cubic feet (the measure for stockpiles) a day in January compared with January 2012.

    Ms. Viswanath says that "unexpected weakness" could mean utilities aren't as keen on gas at these price levels, which could mean price declines are ahead. Meanwhile, Credit Suisse analysts are forecasting a drop in electric-power demand of two billion cubic feet per day this summer, which would likely help to push stockpiles higher.

    Natural-gas bulls have fought back from decade lows to stage a startling rally over the past year, but it looks like now is the time to declare victory, and to take profits.

  • Commodities Corner
    | SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013
    Gas Bubble Ready to Pop

    By JERRY A. DICOLO | MORE ARTICLES BY AUTHOR
    Prices have climbed 23% this year. But there's too much supply and fading demand, so long investors should think about selling.

    DJ-AIG Commodity Indexes

    The rally in natural-gas prices looks set to fade.

    Futures have surged 23% this year, reaching the highest level in 20 months Friday. But despite the recent gains, many analysts believe that gas futures rose too fast, and are still too high—and ripe for a big pullback.

    "Once the cold winter weather passes, we think support is likely to prove flimsy," said Credit Suisse analysts in a research report late last month. The bank recommends that investors start preparing for a price decline.

    A blast of chilly weather at the tail end of winter was the primary cause of the rally. March temperatures were colder than normal across much of the U.S., which increased demand for gas-fired heating and resulted in a steep decline in U.S. natural-gas stockpiles.

    The drop in inventories removed the biggest weight on prices over the last year and a half—too much supply thanks to vast amounts of the fuel unlocked from shale-rock formations by new drilling techniques, which sharply increased U.S. production. This time last year, U.S. gas reserves stood roughly 60% above five-year average levels—and prices were on their way to a 10-year low of $1.907 per million British Thermal Units, notched last April.

    On April 4, the U.S. Energy Department said that stockpiles fell below the five-year average for the first time since September 2011—to 1.687 trillion cubic feet last week, or 2.1% below the average. Natural-gas futures rose 2.5% for the week on the New York Mercantile Exchange, settling at $4.125 per million BTUs Friday. Market analysts are looking ahead to spring, when gas usage by homes, businesses, and utilities typically declines.

    Roughly half of U.S. homes use natural gas for space heating, and many more h

  • Reply to

    BE CAREFUL

    by billythart Apr 5, 2013 1:19 PM
    urineandblue urineandblue Apr 5, 2013 1:44 PM Flag

    I live in northeast Ohio and stopped using ng last night. Won't be using ng to heat my home again until late fall.

  • thru april.

    For the week of April 6-12, my model is projecting a net injection of +51 BCF, up 2 BCF overnight, and 12 BCF greater than the five-year mean injection of +39 BCF. By comparison, the same week last year saw just a +23 BCF injection. This will be the first time since that same week of February 15 that 2012’s Report was bullish relative to 2013, a trend which I expect will continue for the foreseeable future.

    Extended Outlook: Weeks of April 13-19 & April 20-26 There are no significant changes to the extended forecast. Well-above average temperatures across the East will persist for the first week of the extended period before moderating to either side of 5 degrees of average by the beginning to the week of April 20-26. Temperatures across the west may begin to warm while readings over the central plains will remain near-to-below average. The overall picture appears very typical for mid-spring. I am expecting injections to run high on a per degree day basis due to depressed powerburn demand secondary to preferential coal use at some plants. For the week of April 13-19, my model is projecting a 74 BCF injection, up 3 BCF overnight and 24 BCF greater than the five-year mean injection of +50 BCF. Finally, for the week of April 20-26, my model is projecting a total injection of +98 BCF, up 1 BCF overnight and 31 BCF greater than the five-year mean weekly injection of 67 BCF.

  • urineandblue by urineandblue Apr 5, 2013 11:44 AM Flag

    Natural gas is going to tank next week. Warm weather starts tomorrow and for the rest of april. Watch DGAZ soike on monday!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Will look to get back in later this week.

  • Will add more if it drops on the nfp numbers this friday. Friday or the following monday should be the top in the market.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Form SC 13G was just released with their updated holdings.

    Haven't bought in yet since the secondary was priced, but looking to buy some shares soon.

  • this morning.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • urineandblue by urineandblue Jan 28, 2013 5:24 PM Flag

    I hope this tanks to the low 40's and then pick up some shares.

  • I don't know what their price target is though.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • ready for some upside action this afternoon.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • for SRPT shares just from the u.s. commercial opportunity.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • on twitter.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • He's a biotech hedge fund manager that tweeted this on twitter about 10 to 15 minutes ago.

  • urineandblue by urineandblue Aug 23, 2012 3:30 PM Flag

    and will look to buy back after earnings and hopefully lower.

  • Reply to

    Baffling?

    by tredleon Aug 7, 2012 10:40 AM
    urineandblue urineandblue Aug 7, 2012 4:33 PM Flag

    Computers have been taking this stock down the last few weeks. There are many 100 share lots traded everyday. I believe the shorting will end soon though.

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