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  • Vanguard's December Quarter Top High Conviction Buy And Sell Picks In Basic Materials [View article]
    Do opposite of whatever these guys are saying, you will make money.
    Feb 6, 2013. 02:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • SandRidge Energy (SD -1.7%) is downgraded to Underweight with a $5 price target (down from $9.50) at J.P. Morgan, citing too much risk relative to any potential upside. The firm says if TPG-Axon wins its consent solicitation, the stock probably moves up, but the stock likely gets hit hard if it loses. Regardless, SD seems to need extraordinary measures to avoid a financial crunch. [View news story]
    Last 3 trading days, 3 downgrades daily. Something is cooking at the back.
    Feb 5, 2013. 05:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • French composite PMI falls to a 46-month low of 42.7 (as in flash estimate) in January from 44.6 in December. Services drops to 43.6 (as in flash) from 45.2. "The deepening malaise in the French service sector mirrors the trend seen for manufacturing," says Markit. "Accelerated job cutting, meanwhile, raises concern that unemployment could be headed higher."  (PR[View news story]
    All hail socialism and higher taxes under lord Obama. It worked really well for France.
    Feb 5, 2013. 04:58 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A U.S. government decision to subsidize steel, chemical and other manufacturers by restricting exports of liquefied natural gas would violate global trade rules and damage U.S. credibility after years of challenging exports curbs by China and others, experts warn. Price concerns raised by industrial users such as Dow (DOW) and Nucor (NUE) are "contrary to what the U.S. has been arguing against other countries." [View news story]
    Mike, do you want to know how political EPA and EIA are ?

    Just do some google search to see how many times EIA was correct and what all it had predicted.

    I wonder why EPA is not doing anything for tobacco companies. Thousands of people are dying from it. Reason is close connection to donations to democrats by tobacco companies and solid investment from democrats in many tobacco companies.
    Feb 3, 2013. 04:58 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A weekend deal between longshoremen and the U.S. Maritime Alliance (representing shipping companies and port associations in the East and Gulf coasts) will avert a strike that would cost the economy $1B/day and spur shortages of consumer goods. The largest port involved was the Port of New York and New Jersey; the dispute centered on container royalties shared between shippers and union members. [View news story]
    Well liberals thinks that shows the women rights. At least its better than agenda to start gay conversion centers by liberals.
    Feb 3, 2013. 02:53 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A weekend deal between longshoremen and the U.S. Maritime Alliance (representing shipping companies and port associations in the East and Gulf coasts) will avert a strike that would cost the economy $1B/day and spur shortages of consumer goods. The largest port involved was the Port of New York and New Jersey; the dispute centered on container royalties shared between shippers and union members. [View news story]
    First for gods sake remove the picture of pornstar from your profile. Unions are destroying america. Court said what Obama did for unions was not constitutional. And for your kind information, Obama is not above law.
    Feb 2, 2013. 06:20 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A weekend deal between longshoremen and the U.S. Maritime Alliance (representing shipping companies and port associations in the East and Gulf coasts) will avert a strike that would cost the economy $1B/day and spur shortages of consumer goods. The largest port involved was the Port of New York and New Jersey; the dispute centered on container royalties shared between shippers and union members. [View news story]
    This is nothing. EPA costs economy every year 600B. Well, that like 1.80B a day (from Chamber of commerce). EPA along with unions has to be blamed for manufacturing job loss in USA. China or other asian nations are not be blamed. Its free economy and things move to favorable environment. All by product of democrats. EPA was idea of Bush. Then it became like virus; sucking economy under Obama. More like there is difference between supporting gay right and opening gay conversion centers (liberals are fighting hard to overthrow a court ruling that banned it).
    Feb 2, 2013. 05:56 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The 50MW New Mexico solar project First Solar (FSLR) recently bought might sell electricity at a rate less than half that typically charged by new coal plants, based on a recent regulatory filing (.pdf). Maxim's Aaron Chew, who has been bearish on FSLR for some time, notes the rate is also less than half what First Solar will charge for its Antelope Valley, Topaz, and Agua Caliente projects. However, government incentives will likely improve the project's ROI. [View news story]
    Solyndra happens and Obama donating tax-payers money to his election campaign happens.
    Feb 1, 2013. 07:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 Potential Takeover Candidates For 2012 [View article]
    This list was good. 2 got acquired.
    Feb 1, 2013. 04:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Duke Energy (DUK +0.6%) will close two coal-fired power plants in North Carolina two years ahead of schedule, as it continues to transition to more-efficient plants. The utility's modernization effort includes retiring as much as 6,800 MW of older coal and large oil-fired operations; by the end of 2013, DUK says it will have retired more than 3,800 MW of this capacity. [View news story]
    One more finding is Duke energy just launched a coal gassification based plants around that around that costed $3.2B.
    Feb 1, 2013. 02:51 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Duke Energy (DUK +0.6%) will close two coal-fired power plants in North Carolina two years ahead of schedule, as it continues to transition to more-efficient plants. The utility's modernization effort includes retiring as much as 6,800 MW of older coal and large oil-fired operations; by the end of 2013, DUK says it will have retired more than 3,800 MW of this capacity. [View news story]
    Let me see. SA will write like "Duke Energy will stop using coal". They forgot to mention that those plants were 80 years old and were hardly in use in last 10 years. They were operated to keep it in working condition.
    Feb 1, 2013. 02:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A U.S. government decision to subsidize steel, chemical and other manufacturers by restricting exports of liquefied natural gas would violate global trade rules and damage U.S. credibility after years of challenging exports curbs by China and others, experts warn. Price concerns raised by industrial users such as Dow (DOW) and Nucor (NUE) are "contrary to what the U.S. has been arguing against other countries." [View news story]
    Well said.
    Feb 1, 2013. 12:12 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A U.S. government decision to subsidize steel, chemical and other manufacturers by restricting exports of liquefied natural gas would violate global trade rules and damage U.S. credibility after years of challenging exports curbs by China and others, experts warn. Price concerns raised by industrial users such as Dow (DOW) and Nucor (NUE) are "contrary to what the U.S. has been arguing against other countries." [View news story]
    Until all NG companies goes bankrupt.
    Jan 31, 2013. 05:09 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A U.S. government decision to subsidize steel, chemical and other manufacturers by restricting exports of liquefied natural gas would violate global trade rules and damage U.S. credibility after years of challenging exports curbs by China and others, experts warn. Price concerns raised by industrial users such as Dow (DOW) and Nucor (NUE) are "contrary to what the U.S. has been arguing against other countries." [View news story]
    How many more illegal, unconstitutional things Obama admin would prefer to do.
    Jan 31, 2013. 04:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The U.S. government has signed off on the sale of bankrupt A123 Systems (AONEQ.PK -13.3%) to Chinese auto parts maker Wanxiang Group, Wanxiang announces. Some members of Congress had objected to the sale, citing energy security concerns and the $249M grant (not fully released) that A123 had received from Uncle Sam. A U.S. bankruptcy court and creditors have already approved the deal. A123 shares are currently trading at $0.035 on the pink sheets. [View news story]
    Chapter 11. Wiped out tax-payers money in 2 ways, first via shares people bought and second via millions Obama admin gave to this scam company.
    Jan 31, 2013. 02:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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