What can one say? Jimmy is Jimmy and it seems he spent much time lambasting ORB's chances all the way from 12 to 26 whenever he was asked about it.
Nope, was just taking a motion sickness pill to remedy the dizziness your responses cause.
Avi, what will be your excuse if production is up? Will you blow it off by pointing out revenues from a few years ago under different management? I am only interested in what is currently happening and whether or not that will bode well for my investment.
Some posters have posited what a share issue of SpaceX would equate to in dollars per share and the guesstimates have been pretty strange. What with two launches being destroyed due to malfunctions in the past month or so I think that share price might suffer. SpaceX has growing pains like any other venture of this sort and the costs are huge to do what they envision such a a Mars suitable landing/return craft. An underwriter would have to determine potential profitability for the whole range of ventures before ever bringing this company into the public stock sector and I suspect that would be a tough metric to determine.
Any measurement of Magellan progress in extracting boe/day or a total for the year has to include the understanding that legacy assets were sold off after being in hiatus and not contributing much of anything since about 2012. I am more interested in whether or not Poplar remediation work and new drilling actually increased total barrels of oil for the year vs the year before. I know Magellan is not gong to make a profit this year and the company has already indicated that in previous releases.
"You're on your own with this one"? Does that mean you are not going to post another thing about this well? If so, thank you because Magellan investors are well aware of the risks in drilling and yet will continue to watch for reports from Horse Hill. There is no pumping in posting a best guess of a timetable.
Quite simply, for your edification, I would be surprised that many hold shares higher than 4 since that is a price last reached several years ago. Thus, it is quite easy to take a position that most shares are in the lower range from 1-4 which would mean most purchased below 2 dollars.
Yup, I think that was about the high after the discovery of Mereenie/Palm Valley fields. Has not gotten close to that since but most of the people holding shares have purchased them near the lower end of the range from 1 to 4 dollars a share in the last 10 years.
Avi, you just do not seem to get it. Denton at least was talking about a Magellan property area. Your drifting into Texas or wherever does not apply to what investors on this board want to know. At least indicate your posts are partially off topic even if they do relate in some way to the oil industry.
Is Magellan operating in Texas? Please enlighten me avi as I may have missed the headline of them buying into some properties at Eagle Ford or some other prolific area.
Once again, your quick response proves you spend far too much time on the Magellan site and you really should get out in the sunshine and fresh air.
Why you post so
No one knows
Made to look like facts
What will it take to
Stop your rambling posts?
Everyone sing along now :-)
Hee Hee. Nice carson. Not a single share in solar or any other alternative any longer. Made that mistake with a company called Evergreen Solar and it went belly up. Too long a time frame unless I was leaving it to grand kids as a speculation. Probably should just be in dividend stocks but that is no fun. Would be nice to hear they had spudded that well though as it is 3 wks past when they were scheduled to do so and the weather has greatly improved over in that area of the UK.
Any news, any news at all--gaaack I hate this delay. I am getting older each day and I need this one to boost my IRA which I have to start depleting in two years. Hush, avi, I am perfectly aware that this type of stock is probably not suitable for IRA's.
I, probably like you, thought PDS was finally breaking out of the doldrums but drifted back a couple bucks. Perhaps dropping oil prices and easing tensions in some areas of the world. I note that Libya is once again exporting oil after its recent turmoil and perhaps the actions against ISIS are convincing traders that oil will drop more which I imagine would surely slow drilling. So many things are involved in the energy markets that I certainly cannot keep up and so I guess I will just have to believe in the PDS story a while longer.
PDS seems to be building a very good future for itself with its advanced rigs and expanded geographical contracts. I can see it doubling in a couple years if Mr. Market does not throw us all for a loop. I think they will also increase that dividend in tandem with better earnings.