$LINE trading ~10x EBITDA. One of most expensive E&Ps in US. With zero organic growth and highly aggressive accounting. who cares I guess
Sounds like a bitter man. Time for the SEC to do something productive like investigating him and Hedgeye
Not in the habit of replying to but why the hell would somebody give me a thumbs down for simply stating a fact. Today is the x date and Yahoo is overstating the decline by the amount of the dividend.
Yes, but apparently Yahoo Finance doesn't understand the concept because the quote doesn't take the dividend into account
That's right and the President has no right to keep unilaterally changing it by handing out exemptions and delaying the employer mandate.
It would appear you have impeccable timing. You might want to pull a Costanza and do the opposite of what you're inclined to do.
The first Barron#$%$ piece "Drilling into the Numbers" preceded the Berry deal by 5 Days. The stock took a hit on the article and then rebounded when the deal was announced.
A) don't love or hate a stock, keep emotion out of it
B) if that's your threshold for pain, stay out off the stock market
C) buying after a 20% bounce isn't the brightest idea, you might want to wait for a bit of a correction next time
It's doing a fine job killing itself. Politicians follow public opinion, not the other way around. This bill has never had majority support and support has only gotten weaker as people have found out what's in it. I suppose some Republican cabal was behind Walgreen's dumping their employees onto the exchange today. Didn't the lying sack that's droning on TV at the moment say that if you like your insurance you can keep it? It would appear that's not the case.
synopsis up on Barron's now, apparently they have a hotline from Hedgeye to Barron's. In it they refer to Hedgeye as a relatively unknown investment advisor based in Connecticut. If Barron's had it's way, Hedgeye would be bigger than Goldman. They even had a Hedgeye hit on McDonald's last weekend.
Agreed, is there any doubt them and their buddies were short before they floated their little teaser missive last week. Looks like the actual report was met with a yawn today. Seeing as Kaiser knows KMI better than Rich Kinder, maybe he can pony up 18 million of his own money on the short side of Kinder's purchase.