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willy_may_hudson 53 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 6, 2015 10:46 AM Member since: Oct 9, 2008
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    Wilbur Ross & Xco

    by alfi_tech Jul 5, 2015 3:16 AM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson Jul 6, 2015 10:46 AM Flag

    He though Greece would get the EU bailout and he could ride the coattails off the German taxpayers just like what happen in the US with the Wall street bank bailout but he didn't realize just how lazy and worthless the Greek people really are.

  • Reply to

    Wilbur Ross & Xco

    by alfi_tech Jul 5, 2015 3:16 AM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson Jul 6, 2015 10:36 AM Flag

    Why should I hate Wilbur? I like his style. He made me a pile of cash with International Coal. If Wilbur had some secret plan to swoop in and steal XCO for under the long suffering shareholders legs why does he need to pay Wilder up to $500 million with his desperate hail Mary pass?

  • Reply to

    Wilbur Ross & Xco

    by alfi_tech Jul 5, 2015 3:16 AM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson Jul 5, 2015 2:59 PM Flag

    Wilbur is a major loser lately. It does not bode well for XCO at all!!!!

    NYT:
    "Mr. Ross, who built his career investing in distressed assets, is the ringleader of a group of investors who last year pumped 1.3 billion euros, or about $1.47 billion, into Eurobank Ergasias, the third-largest bank in Greece.

    On paper, Mr. Ross and the other investors have already lost hundreds of millions of euros. Eurobank shares have fallen by more than half since April 2014, when Mr. Ross and a group he leads bought a stake of a little more than 20 percent. The shares recently traded around 13 euro cents. Before the crisis began in 2010, Eurobank shares traded as high as #$%$60.

    The other investors allied with Mr. Ross include Fairfax Financial Holdings in Toronto, whose founder and chief executive, Prem Watsa, is known as the Warren E. Buffett of Canada. The private equity firm Mr. Ross oversees, WL Ross & Company, invested #$%$37.5 million of its own money."

  • Reply to

    Phone iIS NOT DISCONNECTED!

    by leerangelfuji Jul 2, 2015 12:49 PM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson Jul 2, 2015 1:56 PM Flag

    I rather think it would have helped the board had they listened to me after XCO broke Wilbur's $5 floor or if they took the weekly EIA storage reports seriously and watched the production flows coming out of the Marcellus. Oh well.

  • Reply to

    Phone iIS NOT DISCONNECTED!

    by leerangelfuji Jul 2, 2015 12:49 PM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson Jul 2, 2015 1:36 PM Flag

    Sorry.
    It's a bummer I'm sure. The only thing I can suggest is that you just start drinking heavily now, take XCO off your screen and go on a long 4th of July bender. Never ever take lightly the dangers of high debt on a stock balance sheet.

  • Reply to

    Is today the day we close under 1$.???

    by bernardkeszner Jul 1, 2015 9:36 AM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson Jul 1, 2015 2:40 PM Flag

    Yes, that's pretty much it. The problem is people thought Wilbur would naturally step in and simply act in his own best interest and do something drastically about the falling stock price of his largest investment, but when your that old and rich and you already have everything in life that you could possibly ever want and at very same time being up to his eyeballs other large investments you end up getting lazy with XCO and leave it up for the hired help to make that problem go away. XCO is in Wilbur's selling groups junk drawer and it's just one of those bad investments they have because they really didn't stay on top of the vast gas oversupply of gas due to the over successful fracking boom. But as long as Wilbur continues to be a TV guest on CNBC he's happy.

  • Reply to

    heavy volume

    by jfhsleep Jun 18, 2015 9:20 AM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson Jun 18, 2015 12:46 PM Flag

    This is how Wilbur's selling group finally takes control for what ever it's worth. He has all the risk. It's all or nothing time for him, nobody else is going to step in while Wilbur controls the lion's share of votes. The sooner XCO is taken private or delisted the better for the investing public. XCO is like an abandoned open sewer that's missing it's manhole cover. It's too dangerous to walk anywhere near this miserable rat hole.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • willy_may_hudson by willy_may_hudson May 27, 2015 10:10 AM Flag

    Good or bad Obama is not going to lift a finger about ISIS, therefore Saudi oil is increasingly going to come under threat. The Kingdom can't afford to engage US drillers for market war share too much longer. They will need to raise the price of Brent to calm their local masses with cash bribes and to purchase US arms to fight ISIS on their own.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Time to back up the truck!

    by smarter_of_moron_idiot_imbecile May 15, 2015 11:17 AM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson May 15, 2015 3:48 PM Flag

    Wimp !!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    In for more...

    by stocktrader1112000 May 13, 2015 12:02 PM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson May 14, 2015 6:05 PM Flag

    Gee, whatever happened to that so called Wilder's $1.71 "floor" ?
    I'm pretty sure you will have better luck next time if you at least wait until XCO drops a lot further until it reaches fair value around $1 first.

  • Reply to

    In for more...

    by stocktrader1112000 May 13, 2015 12:02 PM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson May 14, 2015 4:18 PM Flag

    Sell !!! Do it for your family's sake. You don't want to be known as a loser all your life do you????

  • Reply to

    In for more...

    by stocktrader1112000 May 13, 2015 12:02 PM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson May 14, 2015 10:22 AM Flag

    lol I wonder if all the other helpless losers stuck here for the last 10 years also see XCO as a "gift"???
    Why don't you ask them?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    In for more...

    by stocktrader1112000 May 13, 2015 12:02 PM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson May 13, 2015 12:21 PM Flag

    That was stupid. Why put your money to sleep for 3-5 years when there are so many bargains out there to make money now and which have solid balance sheets?

  • Reply to

    Stock split

    by scottmw510 May 12, 2015 3:31 PM
    willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson May 12, 2015 5:01 PM Flag

    Whichever day it is they will split it after the next board meeting.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson Apr 30, 2015 10:01 PM Flag

    EOX financially is in great shape compared to other small drillers with really bad eps numbers and extremely higher debt loads. You don't see the large instructional investors freaking out over the EOX. Don't sell you will regret it big time! Just wait for the reverse split. OIL is $59.79 right now. Nobody on earth expected this recovery. Chill, you will get all your money back within a couple of years.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • willy_may_hudson willy_may_hudson Apr 30, 2015 3:47 PM Flag

    Apparently the idiot broke his stupid neck trying to breakout the paddy wagon backdoor. lol

  • (Reuters) - Britain has informed a United Nations sanctions panel of an active Iranian nuclear procurement network linked to two blacklisted firms, according to a confidential report by the panel seen by Reuters.

    The existence of such a network could add to Western concerns over whether Tehran can be trusted to adhere to a nuclear deal due by June 30 in which it would agree to restrict sensitive nuclear work in exchange for sanctions relief.

    Talks between six major powers and Tehran are approaching the final stages after they hammered out a preliminary agreement on April 2, with Iran committing to reduce the number of centrifuges it operates and other long-term nuclear limitations.

    "The UK government informed the Panel on 20 April 2015 that it 'is aware of an active Iranian nuclear procurement network which has been associated with Iran's Centrifuge Technology Company (TESA) and Kalay Electric Company (KEC)'," the Panel of Experts said in its annual report. The panel monitors Iran's compliance with the U.N. sanctions regime.

    KEC is under U.N. Security Council sanctions while TESA is under U.S. and European Union sanctions due to their suspected links to banned Iranian nuclear activities.

    Iran, which is has been under sanctions for years, has a long history of illicit nuclear procurement using front companies and other methods of skirting sanctions.

    That has enabled it to develop a substantial atomic program in spite of aggressive international efforts to curtail it, U.N. diplomats say. But analysts and Western intelligence officials say sanctions have slowed the development of Tehran’s nuclear program.

    The United States and the International Atomic Energy Agency have repeatedly said that Tehran has so far complied with the terms of a limited agreement struck in November 2013 between Iran and the six powers involving some reductions in its nuclear activities, including enrichment.


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    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • "Crude oil reached $59.40 per barrel in early trading Thursday, the highest level in more than four months. And history points to more upside ahead, says Ari Wald, head of technical analysis at Oppenheimer.

    "The road map we've been following, and what we've been seeing, is a lot of similarities between the bottoming process now and the bottoming process back in 2009. We've tracked it closely, and now recently with the breakout on the current chart about $54, oil has made its first higher high again," Wald said in a Wednesday "Trading Nation" segment."

    "I think that is setting up for a summertime rally into $65. That's where I'm seeing upside targets for the near term," he said.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • "Crude oil reached $59.40 per barrel in early trading Thursday, the highest level in more than four months. And history points to more upside ahead, says Ari Wald, head of technical analysis at Oppenheimer.

    "The road map we've been following, and what we've been seeing, is a lot of similarities between the bottoming process now and the bottoming process back in 2009. We've tracked it closely, and now recently with the breakout on the current chart about $54, oil has made its first higher high again," Wald said in a Wednesday "Trading Nation" segment.

    "I think that is setting up for a summertime rally into $65. That's where I'm seeing upside targets for the near term," he said. "

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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