For much of my life I was hit with message that 'the US must become energy independent'. And for most of that time US leadership never tried to attain that goal. So here we are, with the ability to become independent, in fact able to become an exporter. Now the Feds want to slow it down with regulation from EPA etc. It is quite clear our government is bought and paid for by the Saudi family, welcome to Obama-nation.
Yes, I couldn't help but notice the nice LNCO move up closer to LINE.
We'll probably see it take a run up over LINE just for old times sake.
No, I'm Spartacus, with an MBA in finance from a top business school.
Are we done laughing yet?
The numbers mean whatever the beholder thinks they mean because PGH had a 858 million non-cash impairment write-off. No joke, because of the huge fall from the price of oil. Meanwhile, investors look at this company's CASH FLOW, which in Q4 was good. So up 2½% cheers this morning.
Glad you pointed out the same thing I saw. Not a well thought out piece. If it was written with the ending first, the headline would have been opposite.
The LNG infrastructure is continuing to build, pipelines are being built, exporting LNG will support the price. NG will take over coal in electrical generation, a year round operation. Stop drinking 2 much.
Why not go up, most of the cap ex work is done, now they're producing.
Looks like the bottom is firm down here.
Can a company fire its accounting firm without getting a 'Wells' notice'?
It may not end up being anything, but it will cost MHR something (time and money) to defend.
A look at the one year chart shows a double bottom. This thing is going back to $4 a share. From there it could easily tread water for some time until oil demand grows up again or another catalyst moves it off the $4 plateau. Thoughts?
I thought this was bunk until I did a search. And yes, it is still a listed ingredient. Now I'll look for other products to drink.
From the Prevention site: Its use in beverage products could be completely eliminated if companies printed "Shake Well" on their packages, since carrageenan essentially makes sure liquids remain mixed. Although derived from a natural source, carrageenan appears to be particularly destructive to the digestive system, triggering an immune response similar to [being] invaded by pathogens like Salmonella. The result: "Carrageenan predictably causes inflammation, which can lead to ulcerations and bleeding," explains veteran carrageenan researcher Joanne Tobacman, MD, associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of Illinois School of Medicine at Chicago. She says the food ingredient irritates by activating an immune response that dials up inflammation.
There will not be any change to the final (corrected) 1099 regarding the LNCO dividend. I can go ahead and now file my already completed tax return. It least the dividend was qualified and not ordinary.
"...if not for the courage of the fearless crew the minnow would be lost, the minnow would be lost..."
Yes, EU has changed the Fuel quality directive to level the playing filed. Duh, carbon is the same everywhere.
The new lower 4.75% yield will not attract much income investment. Oil down big today, no catalyst until OPEC says they will cut production (in June?), while the 4Q results were fine, still, ERF is just another energy play stuck with whatever the market says.
Talk about LNCO getting taxed in 2 years so they might have to cut the dividend relative to LINE when that happens? Why doesn't the LINE tax treatment confer to LNCO, as LNCO merely holds shares of LINE?