No, because he can go up on Capital Hill and argue for an earmark through the Defense Bill to direct grants and credits to develop rare earths needed by the US economy in general and the military's critical technologies in particular.
This stock took a pop with the Ukraine crisis. All the Russian gas goes through pipelines in the Ukraine. Obama and Kerry will bluster and fuss, but they will put their tail between their legs and go home. So LNG is a hot commodity for this news cycle. Now is the time to some profits off the table. You won't see a dime out of this stock until 2018, which is when Magnolia starts producing.
I think the action shows this stock is already beaten down pretty well at this point. It didn't fall as much as I though either. I figured below 21. Some of their pipeline developments looked positive. I guess that mitigated the gloom.
Hoopty -- so you saw him at McDonalds while both of you were applying for a job? At least half that input is quite plausible. Hope you got the job.
I think Ian took all the documents and accreditations he could out of China, but the NASDAQ control freaks couldn't understand how China's laws do not scrape and bow before the mighty NASDAQ. My guess is the shorts might know that would be their 'out' if facts moved against them and needed a slightly ambiguous outcome to keep them out of the docket. Seriously I doubt a company would go through all this trouble for a total fraud.
Maybe... but given how politicized the IRS is in the Obama administration one wonders if it is possible Obama and the DNC bundlers aren't shaking these companies down for a 'suitable' contribution to help oil the wheels of progress?
Not happening. Puerto Rico unfortunately is culturally incapable of maintaining a productive-enough society to shoulder the burden of Statehood. Besides that fact, this 'country' is truly a third-world, Latin American banana republic run by the usual corrupt, cynical families that owe no loyalty to anyone by themselves. Best outcome is to cut them loose with their $70B debt. Let them devalue their new currency to clean their debt. Let them wallow in the squalor of being a Republica de los Guineos with a few wealthy families running the place for their benefit. We cannot impose a solution they won't support. Obviously, it costs too much.
Almost agree... I believe another significant part of that 'future' depends on how quickly they can expand and allocate capital to their mainland operations, which aren't the economica basketcase PR is at the moment (and has been since 2006).
Clinton walks up to his new female intern takes out his member from his drawers and says, "Meet my #$%$".
The next day he walks up to her again and says, "Meet Rod"
The third day he walks up to her yet again and says, "Meet Peter"
The fourth day he walks up to her, but before he can do a thing, she asks. "Why do you call your 'friend' nicknames like #$%$, Rod and Peter."
"Simple", says Bubba, "I don't want a stranger making all my decisions for me."
Real sorry you've lost your #$%$ (hence 'barebuttbob'). Don't know if your luck will change on this stock or not, but since it hasn't been decided, I guess it is understandable you are sweating. Cut the BS about 'educating'. Just sit tight and see how it pans out.
Sounds like all three got canned for posting worthless drivel on yahoo boards. Now they work as bashers ... something they are good at? Not.
This falls under the category of "Money talks and BS Walks". Lots of idiotic posts on this board from desperate shorts and people trying to get in at a lower price, but this is where we are:
"Santander is close to reaching an agreement with the company faced housing problems (GEO , Homex and Urbi ) , and that led to lower profits in 2013 (for the reserves that had to make their mortgage loans) well as an increase in their rates of nonperforming loans, said Marcos Martinez Gavica , bank president .
He explained that the agreement is more specific to one of them , but did not provide the name of the company, but said also advancing with the other two developers .
" It's been a slower process than would have been desirable , but is at the end . The expectation is that henceforth it an array and allows them to build and go ahead of yourself, so that the country receives housing supply needs . Our provisions are made and you are sufficiently well done, that's why they have not affected our results only in May, " he said.
Gavica Martinez agreed that the bank thought they were going to overrun some of the provisions of this theme , but because of the slow process , perhaps no longer possible. " ( Nevertheless ) we do not think we need more expectations."
Moreover, Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico joined the list of those who believe that the country will this year stage deceleration and , conversely , grow above 3 percent.
Marcos Martínez said in conference call from Spain , the group forecast at the moment is that the Mexican economy will grow 3 percent. " We may change our official perspective closer to 3.5 to 3 %, is very likely to put on 3.4 percent."
He said sustained on profit forecast that could bring the structural reforms adopted mainly energy last year. This , he said, has created a mood of investment in Mexico .
Gavica Martinez said that although the impact of such reforms will in the medium term , preparations to invest here , to help you have a b
The poster who pointed out 'Economista' hit the jackpot on current info driving the price of this stock. HXM looks like it will have the best outcome of the trio of Urbi, Geo and Homex. I see a lot of BS starting to be posted by the shorts. Notice they are both wrong on their facts and unable to cite any sources,