mitchjl, you need to calm down and chose your words more carefully!
There was nothing selve serving about my note. I'm heavy invested in many of the Canadian Shale players for over 2 years and have seen my investmemts HAMMERED in spite of great operation reports from companies such as PetroBakkan (Now Lightstream) If the pirice is light, then I retract my statement that it helps other players, in fact it hurts them.As I said,
I have a considerable investment in this sector (as does my family) You have seen many of my posts showing dissapointment with shale price drop in the face of INCREASED PRODUCTION, great dividends, and RISING WTI prices (now well over ($100/bbl)
I was LONG in LSTMF and commenting on their Yahoo message board long before you can along. I f you don't know your fellow investors, then STOP shooting from the hip, and SHUT your nasty mouth.
Thank you for the Tip. By the Way, I just replyed to your Nasty, Un-called for comment on the NOVUF message board.
I was simply happy the bleeding had stopped on my Canadian E&P portfolio. It had been a long time since I had up-dated myself on NOVUF. After reading Devon's article I agree price is too thin BUT I stand by my statement that I glad M&A movement is taking place in these stocks.
Too call my remark above "Selfserving" is beyond stupid. Anyone thats read my posts knows I'm an individual investor thrying to help family ans friends with Oil investments and knows I've visited the Athabasca area, Edmonton, Calgary etc
You need to SHUT your mouth and think a bit before jumping to conclusions insulting other posters. This is not the first time I've read insulting remarks you've made to other folf.
Perhaps you've had too much coffee judging by the large number of posts you've made recently or perhaps you have "Chat Board Tourettes?" Regardless, if you can't be civil, just move on next time you see one of my posts.
You need to read my message and your nasty UN-FOUNDED reply! I'm here to get articles from Devin Shire, M. Fitz. and Value Digger along with others that help small investors over-come the beating we are taking on our Canadian Oil investment not to be told my posts are "self-serving."
You have a habit of posting Nasty replies to posters (in stead of engaging in discussion) and I normally ignore your silly multiple posts, but I'm sick of your ill mannered comments. These boards are supposed to be a place for small investors that try to help each other, not insult them. If you are so angry, find another place to SPAM!
I still love the idea of the diesel refinery they are building in Montana coming on line in about a year CASH COW!!!!!!
Change that to "Obama changes mind daily, even asks his wife what to do and leaves his Sec of State looking like a Klown (which isn't hard)
I feel sorry for you Jr. You've decided to follow a Muslim who HATES America.
When you have read what Pat Boone wrote about Obama (below), you may want to click on a link to "Snopes", which brings up a page telling you that this is an actual letter written by Pat Boone - and very well written, I might add. This is an excellent commentary that should be read by every American.
The President Without A Country- Pat Boone
"We're no longer a Christian nation." - President Barack Obama, June 2009
" America has been arrogant." - President BarackObama
"After 9/11, America didn't always live up to her ideals."- President Barack Obama
"You might say that America is a Muslim nation."- President Barack Obama, Egypt 2009
Thinking about these and other statements made by the man who wears the title of president, I keep wondering what country he believes he's president of.
In one of my very favorite stories, Edward Everett Hale's "The Man without a Country," a young Army lieutenant named Philip Nolan stands condemned for treason during the Revolutionary War, having come under the influence of Aaron Burr. When the judge asks him if he wishes to say anything before sentence is passed, young Nolan defiantly exclaims, "Damn the United States ! I wish I might never hear of the United States again!"
The stunned silence in the courtroom is palpable, pulsing. After a long pause, the judge soberly says to the angry lieutenant: "You have just pronounced your own sentence. You will never hear of the United States again.. I sentence you to spend the rest of your life at sea, on one or another of this country's naval vessels - under strict orders that no one will ever speak to you again about the country you have just cursed."
And so it was. Philip Nolan was taken away and spent the next 40 years at sea, never hearing anything but an occasional slip of the tongue about America. The last few pages of the story, recounting Nolan's dying hours in his small stateroom - now turned into a shrine to the country he foreswore - never fail to bring me to tears.
I guess the Street has no idea of the value that will come from an EAST COAST LNG Export TERMINAL!!
I have a hard time understanding their ties with LNG. Is LNG the Parent? If so does CQP benefit at all?
I'm not sure how this "spinoff" of assets woud be handled. I own mlps (in my 401K which helps avoid state taxes) and have done well until all yje interest confusion.
Don't worry about the thumbs down....I propably deserve it for something else I've done.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Check the LNG message board and check the huge more in LNG pricing. By the way, why are you so nasty? I'm only pointing out what another board is saying.
The Question is Valid, but I don't need an answer from the likes of you.
Thank you for the clear answer. I appreciate the time you took to write such an informative response.
This is a well constructed facility and perhaps a larger Oil company is sniffing around.
You made an excellent call on closing price. I should have sold pre-market yesterday at $62, but I had not heard the news until I saw the bump in price.