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  • Diamond Foods Set To Rip Higher [View article]
    So, what is your bottom line recommendation? Buy, sell, or hold?
    Sep 16, 2012. 01:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Big Sells By T. Boone Pickens [View article]
    I am glad you are taking it that way. Look forward to seeing the article on MMR.
    Jun 1, 2012. 10:24 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Big Sells By T. Boone Pickens [View article]
    Really?!

    Now you defend your self by saying "the only thing mentioned in the other article is about Exxon and McMoRan"

    Well your article is titled "3 big sells" and those are 2 of them. In my mind, that means that your article is 2/3rds repeated news.

    When I saw your title pop up on my iPhone, my first reaction is a repeat of the May 17th article. And, sure enough, your article starts off presenting Picken's sell of MMR as news - when it is not at all. Then you go on to point out MMR's drop with no regards to its recovery since the time Tboone sold off. So, in my opinion, not only is the MMR part a repeat, but you missed a great opportunity to truly analyze the result of his sell off and what if he would have bought back in or even not given up on it so soon.

    I think you are too close to your own work, understandably so, to grasp the core part of my post. Give us some news, give us some counter points, give us some substance. Don't just give us "cut and paste" articles that you change fonts or formatting.
    Jun 1, 2012. 09:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Big Sells By T. Boone Pickens [View article]
    I will help you out Likely.

    Hey, Efsinvertment,

    T-Boone's sell of MMR was reported May 17th on this very site http://seekingalpha.co.... When I saw your article, my first thought was it was "when you can't come up with your own work, plagiarize, plagiarize, plagiarize." But, at least you added more items (maybe from other sources also) that tried to make it look like a fresh article. I'm just not interested in spending time checking those out. I am simply interested in the part about MMR.

    What really bothers me further is that your title is almost the same as the article I referenced. While the May 17th article has come and gone and that news was digested already, your article regurgitates it, presents it as news, gets a headline position, and in turn, triggers unwarrented reaction.

    Please be more responsible in the future.

    Thanks,
    LD
    Jun 1, 2012. 08:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cemex: Undervalued But Beware Of The Debt Load [View article]
    so how do you feel about them now that they reported narrower losses than expected, are set up to improve their cash flow by exchanging the euronotes, all pointing to a greatly improved market position?
    Feb 28, 2012. 07:06 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cheniere: Today's Deal Validates Long Case [View article]
    Yes, you are right about validating the long case. Projecting $20 to $30 share price based on current potential. If one includes other "cleaner/safer energy" pressure being applied, then the potential is even greater.

    The current buy in price of $10 or less is a steal.
    Oct 26, 2011. 11:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas Oversupply And How To Play It [View article]
    Melsamad - I believe Cheniere has approval from the Feds to build the site and approval to sell NG for export to countries listed in the US trade agreements. That is what allowed them to sign several contingent contracts.

    See - http://reut.rs/mzGZEv
    Sep 26, 2011. 08:52 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 8 Stocks With Risk of Leveraged Losses In Case Of A Market Drop [View article]
    So at AKS's price after yesterday's panic sale off at $6.74, wouldn't it be a great buy in?
    Sep 23, 2011. 08:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 10 Cheap Financial Stocks With Strong Bottom Line Margins [View article]
    I think you should also look at FFBC !
    Sep 23, 2011. 08:03 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas Oversupply And How To Play It [View article]
    I agree with the need for a symbol change and have been posting such for some time now - but who am I??

    As for India - you are correct that they are to be a player, but their technology may be behind our own and their own demand will dictate how much leaves the country.

    I think a bigger question will be what affect will all of this have on US pricing pictures when Cheniere is ready to open its export operations? If Cheniere was open for export today - we would all be rich.
    Sep 21, 2011. 08:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas Oversupply And How To Play It [View article]
    Thanks CEI, but I know that already. My question was more related to LNG Cheniere. LNG as Cheniere' ticker does confuse many. Perhaps it, in my question, did you as well?

    The point of my question is that the news really supports Cheniere's business model for export. While it is regretful that they are still a couple of years out from being ready, the demand is still going to be there - if not more so.
    Sep 20, 2011. 05:17 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas Oversupply And How To Play It [View article]
    And how does this news fit???!!!
    http://bit.ly/oD37lN;cm_ven=msn
    Sep 20, 2011. 03:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas Oversupply And How To Play It [View article]
    And how about money.msn.com/business...
    Sep 16, 2011. 12:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas Oversupply And How To Play It [View article]
    Tenax is right. The news here really shouldn't be news for anyone following their (LNG Cheniere's) progress and my own StockTalks on LNG as well as comments made on others blogs. Cheniere has a business plan that will allow them to benefit from NG pricing domestically and abroad by being able to repackage and distribute for either import (like they can already) or export (like they will with their new operations) - true hedging if you ask me.

    Everyone talks about the cost and whether or not they can fund it. So, is that still a question?
    Sep 15, 2011. 02:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 7 Stocks John Paulson Is Selling Now [View article]
    Paulson sold LNG Cheniere too soon. Another tragic nuke accident in France today only supports alternative energy even more.
    Sep 12, 2011. 09:55 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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