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vivirenmiami 21 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 21, 2014 9:14 AM Member since: Dec 11, 2012
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  • vivirenmiami by vivirenmiami Nov 21, 2014 9:14 AM Flag

    What's going on with all the insider selling? Have they lost faith in the company or just need the money to buy luxury homes?

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    There a storm coming....

    by jimjohn320 Oct 26, 2014 1:38 PM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Oct 26, 2014 3:10 PM Flag

    Good Grief!!! Get out of the way!!! Solar power is coming. Already solar provides 0.4% of power in the United States and world wide provides an incredible 0.17% of power.

    Yes sir, solar is exploding

  • vivirenmiami by vivirenmiami Sep 26, 2014 6:26 AM Flag

    Their CEO is an idiot

    anyone who believes in man made global warming/climate change must have their head up their ****

    Just today, as we already knew, s study was published showing that climate sensitivity i.e. the influence of C02 on climate is negligible.

    Surprise, surprise. Any nitwit knew that. Half of all the C02 ever produced by man has been produced in the last 20 years yet global temperatures have not budged for 17 - 26 years. Connect the dots. Climate sensitivity/global warming/climate change is complete and total nonsense.

  • vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Jun 5, 2014 5:05 PM Flag

    Hulk

    do you know what free cash flow is? ANR lost 50 million dollars last quarter and 30 million of that was a nonrecurring expense.

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    natural gas injection of 114

    by brawn412 May 29, 2014 12:39 PM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami May 29, 2014 5:01 PM Flag

    Well, we are using more coal and less natural gas for power production. This results in higher ng storage injections even though natural gas production is not increasing.

    Eventually you would think that stockpiles of coal would decline to a level which would increase coal prices and stop the decline in natural gas used for power production.

    No matter what, we are going to enter next heating at lower than normal natural gas storage levels. Maybe not 3000 and , I hate to say it, maybe closer to what the 3400 the EIA predicted

  • vivirenmiami vivirenmiami May 13, 2014 9:26 AM Flag

    Well, I think the ice melt in antarctica is inevitable. Probably happen after the Arctic is ice free and Mt Everest is snow free - two previous birdbrain prediction by these global warming frauds.

    Come to think of it, I don't think these global warming frauds have had one climate prediction that came to pass.

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    Electric car boom

    by newsexpo Mar 11, 2014 2:54 PM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Mar 12, 2014 6:54 AM Flag

    Georgie

    Solar provides 0.4% of our power. That might charge up 2 or 3 Teslas a day.

  • Reply to

    Muppet downgrade by GS

    by cyrixborg Mar 8, 2014 11:46 AM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Mar 10, 2014 6:05 AM Flag

    My guess is that pretty soon it will become obvious that natural gas storage is not going to be replenished to normal levels before next heating season. Probably push natural gas prices higher.

    Also it will become obvious that natural gas prices in the $5 range is not going to spur rig counts or natural gas production. Before we see an influx a money for more natural gas production we probably need prices well above $6.

    Last summer was mild and we had normal natural gas injections - about 2000 for the summer. If we have a 2000 injection this summer we have a crisis. 3000 in storage at the start of heating season is scary. If we have a warmer than normal summer natural gas storage could start next heating season at levels that can only be described as frightening.

    But, then again, what do you expect when we have a clueless president who has never had a real job.

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    The planet is cooling Fast!!!

    by uruguaybue Mar 8, 2014 10:59 AM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Mar 9, 2014 8:21 AM Flag

    Could not agree more. The biggest issue with out energy policy is a moron called Obama. But what do you expect from someone who has never qualified for a real job. This Obama is an idiot.

    I see photos of JFK and realize how much we lost. We went from John Kennedy to a complete fruitloop known as Obama.

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    ABC’s Warming Alarmism Grows Cold

    by dr_vvatson Feb 3, 2014 4:25 PM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Feb 4, 2014 6:02 AM Flag

    Websters dictionary defines a denier as anyone who denies that global warming is a hoax

  • Reply to

    Solar genie out of the bottle

    by jimjohn320 Jan 4, 2014 1:22 AM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Jan 4, 2014 2:34 PM Flag

    Bravo, Jimjohn. I guess you told them

    I have a question for you jimjohn. If you had a stock broker who singlehandedly lost all of your money - would you keep him as your stock broker.

    Probably you would no longer take his advice. Am I correct?

    On a similar vein, these so called climate scientists have missed every, and I mean every, climate projection they have made for the last 30 years by more than a country mile. Not one climate projection they have made has even come close. Why do you still listen to them?

  • Tony Abott, the recently elected Prime Minister of Australia went out of his way to declare that man made climate change is 'total #$%$'

    Finally, someone who knows what he is talkng about.

  • vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Jul 23, 2013 10:11 AM Flag

    George

    I am going to ask a huge favor of you. Could you please send me a list of stocks you are buying and a list of stocks you are shorting.

    My plan is to short every stock you are buying and buy every stock you are shorting

    I reckon, following this strategy, I will be a millionaire/billionaire within weeks

    Thanking you in advance

  • Reply to

    Why Global Warming is onPause

    by brawn412 Jul 23, 2013 5:44 AM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Jul 23, 2013 7:19 AM Flag

    I much as I admire the Met Office I they should have gone with the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus or space aliens rather the absurd idea that the deep oceans have some afinity for trapping heat.

    Wow!!! If you take the Met Office seriously the water ten miles below the ocean surface must be boiling.

    But what can the Met Office do? When you are faced with an absurd proposition, in this case global warming you have to come up explanations that are at best incredulous and at worst - insulting.

    My question is, how many people of normal intelligence or even subnormal intelligence are going to take this latest Met Office explanation seriously?

  • Reply to

    solar and wind power

    by brawn412 Jul 19, 2013 6:24 AM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Jul 20, 2013 4:56 AM Flag

    You are absolutely correct, Senor jkwelli. I have much more faith in the predictions of esteemed meteorologists such as Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Barbara Streisand and Al Bore.

    I wonder what senors and senoritas Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Barbara Streisand and Al Bore will be saying when we are in a prolonger period of global cooling. They will have to imitate Don Quixote and find another windmill to fight. They might even bring back a computer meltdown for the year 2020 or another Mayan end of the world scenario.

    However, they will most likely switch gears and claim that CO2 is causing global cooling. Whoops, they have already down that. Global warming is now climate change. Global cooling fits nicely in the category of climate change.

    Another question, do you think the hamster energy program would have a better chance getting Obama funding if we replaced the hamsters with donkeys.

  • vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Jul 19, 2013 5:34 PM Flag

    The question is - why are we having smaller NG storage injections than projected. Is it because we are using more natural gas or is it because we are producing less NG.

    I am not sure.

    In any event, we will be piping about twice as much natural gas to Mexico next year as we are now. In about 2 years LNG exports start. Together, these represent 5-10% of NG production and are likely to increase.

    Unless natural gas production increases we are in a world of hurt. Not enough NG for us. Prices for NG skyrocket.

    The obvious solution is to increase NG production. How likely is this. Every mature NG field ie. Barnett, Haynesville, Fayetville has declining production. More than likely, the Marcellus will follow this path of declining production in a year or two. Throw in the fact that conventional NG fields have had declining production for the last 40 years and what do you have? Probably declining NG production and higher NG prices.

    This is not going to be evident tomorrow, next year or next month but the myth of cheap and plentiful natural gas is going to be exposed in the coming years.

    We have only one energy source that is cheap, plentiful and reliable. The name of that energy source is coal.

  • Reply to

    Global Warming

    by dlhild Jul 19, 2013 11:23 AM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Jul 19, 2013 4:58 PM Flag

    I wish you were correct. We could use a little global warming down here. the temperatures in Buenos Aires and Florianopolis, Brazil, have plummeted to lows never before recorded. We are freezing.

    As much as I would like to believe your global warming nonsense I think history will show that the Russian and German meteorologists are correct. We are entering global cooling which will last for the next 200-250 years.

    But then again. who should I believe. Serious meteorologists who are predicting 200-250 years of global cooling or should I listen to Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Barbara Steisand and Al Bore fantasizing about global warming.

  • Reply to

    solar and wind power

    by brawn412 Jul 19, 2013 6:24 AM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Jul 19, 2013 4:46 PM Flag

    jkwelli

    Since you obviously have some influence with the inner circles of the Obama Administration - please pass along this suggestion.

    Forget solar and forget windpower. Both total losers. Put a bug in their ear. Hamster power. We put super speedy little hamsters into tiny treadmills and run them non stop. My guess is that within several months we will produce more power than solar or wind has produced in the last 100 years

    What do you think????

  • vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Feb 18, 2013 2:47 PM Flag

    To make matters worse in mosambique the government will not allow coal to be barged out. Not because of environmental concerns. Because the the river is non navigational.

    What's more, the coal is of much poorer quality than first thought. A lot of burnt coal and coal with high clay content.

  • Reply to

    this is interesting

    by uruguaybue Dec 15, 2012 3:43 AM
    vivirenmiami vivirenmiami Jan 1, 2013 4:37 AM Flag

    Quantify100

    you are correct about the Orencia royalties. However, upfront money and royalties from RGEN's drug products might dwarf the Orencia royalties

    Also, RGEN is ramping down its research expenditures which are about the same dollar amount as royalties RGEN receives from Orencia.

    Interesting that short interest in RGEN continues to rise. As of Dec 15 short interest in RGEN increased to over 2.3 million. The shorts may be able to cover at a lower price or the shorts may be forced to cover at a higher price. My guess is that encouraging news from any of RGEN's drug products will put explosive upside pressure, especially with short covering, on the share price of RGEN.

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