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Hi-Crush Partners LP (HCLP)

New York Stock Exchange Consolidated Issue - New York Stock Exchange Consolidated Issue Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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    randy
    randy
    SND up today on about 150,000 worth of insider buys on Aug 15....why doesn't HCLP insider buy down here? Really irritates me that mgmt isn't either buying personally or authorizing stock buyback or ANYTHING that would support the stock.
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    randy
    randy
    Wow...actually showing a pulse.....nice to see green today for a change.
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    Lepv123
    Lepv123
    Here's something I don't quite understand. If the price of oil is low due to overproduction, then would sand stocks be benefited due to increase in usage of sand?
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    Jerome
    Jerome
    One big trend that will help HCLP (and all other major frac sand producers): The majors are now focusing more capex dollars to NAM onshore. Just Chevron: It expects to produce 450,000 barrels per day from its Permian shale by 2020...that up from 100,000 barrels per day in early 2016, and about 178,000 barrels per day in 2017. How much sand does CVX need to get to 450K boe/d in the Permian...I think Kermit will run full steam for the foreseeable future...and North White sand will be massively in demand given its better quality, especially the 40/70 mesh...much desired...the future of HCLP is as bright as it has ever been.
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    randy
    randy
    I hope other's will end an email to investor relations requesting even a small buyback. They have over 80 million and can can afford using 5-10 million for a buyback...would do wonders for share price and send message that mgmt believes that market is undervaluing their stock.
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    Jerome
    Jerome
    Another day, another 4% drop. At this point, fundamentals do not matter. The stock dropped 20% since the earnings spike (just above $9)...people are selling without considerations to fundamentals. The fundamentals clearly have not changed that much in two weeks, this is panic mode. I am adding at these levels. Can it go down to $5-$6? Certainly, but at some point fundamentals will kick in and this will be a major long-term winner. Again, they had $.22 of distributional income in Q2, Q3 should be even better and as of Q4, they will have the Pecos terminal completed and will have no major capex to speak of.
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    bruceabrams218
    bruceabrams218
    Management needs to respond or we need new management! Time to be voting people off the board.
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    bobdavies
    bobdavies
    Market up, oil up, volume up but got knocked back down.
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    Greg Desanto
    Greg Desanto
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    bobdavies
    bobdavies
    Maybe shorts were beginning to cover today. lots of volume.
  • K
    Ken
    Ken
    I don't short stocks but if I did this would be a prime candidate since it has broken down. In cases like this, fundamentals are irrelevant. All that matters is the downward momentum which should carry this stock down to around the $2 - $3 range pretty quickly.
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    randy
    randy
    I've been sending an email per day suggesting they do something
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    Lepv123
    Lepv123
    Wow! Getting ugly!
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    John J
    John J
    Agree! A stock buyback would show that MGMT is interested in keeping their shareholders engaged and happy. Otherwise, shareholders may start selling in mass which would drive the price down further, which restricts borrowing power for HCLP going forward....
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    Jim
    Jim
    Need to see some insider buying!! Quiet period is over, I would of expected to see some insiders buying down here in the 7's if they believe what the say. None so far.
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    KEL
    KEL
    If HCLP is going to bring back their distribution......why not do it now and punish the shorts in this stock? I f they're so sure things are improving, what's the point in waiting..?

    Kel.....a holder
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    Jerome
    Jerome
    HCLP below $8...after such a strong quarter, and their solid prospects going forward, it truly defies common sense. One of the best positioned frac sand producer, amazing logistics and about to turn free cash flow by the bucket (pun intented!).
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    Jerome
    Jerome
    EIA report somehow not well received...and now HCLP back down to $7.5...they are presenting at 1pm at Enercom tomorrow. Hopefully, they can come out strongly over there. Incredible to see it so low when they are about to reinitiate payouts...
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    Steve A Reno
    Steve A Reno
    Forming a bottom. First time in this stock. Two batches, one at $7.60 and another batch at $7.40. These cats will be making some good money over the next few years.
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    randy
    randy
    SLCA- up .46
    FMSA- up .12
    EMES- up .07
    SND- up .13
    HCLP- down .05