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Title: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 24, 2020, 08:12:17 AM

  Turzai is leaving the PA House of Representatives. Good. Not a fan.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: ghrit on January 24, 2020, 08:45:45 AM
Not a fan.
Of course you're not, obviously.  He's educated and a republican, and I'm sure there are other reasons in the back of your mind.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 26, 2020, 12:53:07 PM

  Wow. What a great education. Time to make some big money. Hell yea.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: riverrat on January 26, 2020, 01:57:59 PM
I read that he's leaving because he knows trust fund baby is going to destroy Nat. gas in this state & he has rhino's like Yaw to help him   
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 26, 2020, 03:34:06 PM

 Your fav has 4 rigs going up by you with a lng contract coming up. Not slowing it down too much. Just killing themselves.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: riverrat on January 26, 2020, 04:53:45 PM
let me see I [chessy] have a lot of gas in the ground in a hot area should I leave it in the ground & make no money or pump it out & make some now some think I should leave it in the ground so they can get a higher price for there gas but I think I'd be better of pumping at a low profit being as I have a lot of leases & access to a lot of gas   all I'd really have  to do is wait it  out& watch co with less access fold
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 27, 2020, 06:53:17 AM

  Chief is privately held. Who knows what their financials looks like.
  SWN is on shaky ground. Cabot can still make money on $ 2.00 gas.
  Chesapeake is probably on the most shaky ground of all.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: riverrat on January 27, 2020, 10:29:55 AM
chessy got 2+ last check so they should be doing great
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 27, 2020, 08:59:52 PM

  Yea. They are killing it. ???
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: ghrit on January 28, 2020, 10:03:19 PM

   SWN is on shaky ground and can also still make money on $ 2.00 gas.
 
The only shaky ground hereabouts would be earthquakes.  Can you find a reliable source to cite for SWN being shaky?  Nothing in the reports I'm seeing.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 29, 2020, 06:08:00 AM

  You misquoted me above.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: ghrit on January 29, 2020, 10:23:49 AM

  You misquoted me above.
Did you say this or not?
" SWN is on shaky ground. "
January 27, 2020, 09:53:17 AM
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 29, 2020, 10:28:16 AM

  Yes but look at the quote. You added more and deleted the word Cabot.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: aubrey on January 29, 2020, 11:12:22 AM
apparently g, his rules say that you have to talk about only what he wants, and ignore the dumb stuff that he says.

wj
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: ghrit on January 29, 2020, 11:39:17 AM

  Yes but look at the quote. You added more and deleted the word Cabot.
In addition to troubles with English, math, economics, and other stuff, you have comprehension problems.  in post  (Today at 01:23:49 PM)  nothing was added, subtracted or altered in any way.  It was a direct lift from your post, no enhancements needed, a clear declarative statement in your original post.  Either SWN is shaky, or it isn't.  If they ARE shaky as you say, you need to come up with something that will worry investors.  All you are doing here is pot stirring to no good value.

In other words, you are off base again and really should siddown and shuddup. 
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 29, 2020, 11:50:51 AM

  Chief is privately held. Who knows what their financials looks like.
  SWN is on shaky ground. Cabot can still make money on $ 2.00 gas.
  Chesapeake is probably on the most shaky ground of all.

  Here is my full quote. Put your glasses on.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: ghrit on January 29, 2020, 11:54:15 AM

  Chief is privately held. Who knows what their financials looks like.
  SWN is on shaky ground. Cabot can still make money on $ 2.00 gas.
  Chesapeake is probably on the most shaky ground of all.
Looks to be a period after "like".  That separated SWN into a different sentence unrelated to Cabot.  So your defense just went into the sewer.

Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 29, 2020, 03:16:19 PM

  Look again. The other glasses.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: ghrit on January 29, 2020, 03:34:30 PM

  Look again. The other glasses.
Didn't change.  I did look thinking you might have edited the original post as a cheat scheme.  You didn't, much to my surprise; at least that much donkey dung hasn't rubbed off on you yet.  I have 4 pair of glasses, all see the same thing.  Have you tried your other pair, to see if you can see your glaring error?  alt+++ might help you if you are using a PC.  Dunno 'bout Macs, but I bet there's a way to magnify your screen.

BTW, editing your earlier post would NOT have helped.  Edits following someone else's copy/paste or quote does NOT change the quoted message.  The period after "like" would still show up in the quotes.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 29, 2020, 04:08:36 PM

   SWN is on shaky ground and can also still make money on $ 2.00 gas.
 
The only shaky ground hereabouts would be earthquakes.  Can you find a reliable source to cite for SWN being shaky?  Nothing in the reports I'm seeing.

   Here is what I wrote.
    SWN is on shaky ground. Cabot can still make money on $ 2.00 gas
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: riverrat on January 29, 2020, 04:30:51 PM
only have one good eye & it looks like a period to me
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: ghrit on January 29, 2020, 04:46:23 PM
only have one good eye & it looks like a period to me
Rat, he's dancing the obfuscation steps of the (_________________) pick from the following list:
drunk
confused
stoned
democrat
socialist
wolf worshipper
hoping to hide from his own spilled bucket of bs, and all to the beat of an unregulated metronome.

And what all that has to do with Turzai retiring is way over my head.  (See what I'm doing there, matty?)
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: riverrat on January 29, 2020, 05:50:19 PM
ghrit seems to me your asking him to justify his post " SWN is on shaky ground"  & he's running in a circle about Cabot am I wrong
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on January 29, 2020, 05:58:55 PM

  Stockholders must think they are a little shakey. Stock is at $ 1.55.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: ghrit on January 29, 2020, 08:15:43 PM
ghrit seems to me your asking him to justify his post " SWN is on shaky ground"  & he's running in a circle about Cabot am I wrong
Nope, you are right.  He has now posted an indicator, by way of stock price.  That's about 1/3 of what it was just a year ago.  (Today's quote is actually 1.55.)  However, that isn't the only measure of a company's health.  In fact, the stock price reflects what the rest of the world thinks the stock is worth, not the financial health of the company.

Stock price is also reflective of ROI (dividends) to an extent, and that is based on price of the product.  As long as the gas price is down, dividends will be, too.  I dare say that when gas demand goes up and takes revenue with it, dividends will also rise making the stock look more attractive to investors.

SWN shaky?  Nothing yet tells me there's anything other than an earthquake will shake it.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: riverrat on January 29, 2020, 10:47:44 PM
ghrit  I'm not an investor but doesn't the amount of shares on the market  have something to do with price   
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: ghrit on January 29, 2020, 11:40:05 PM
ghrit  I'm not an investor but doesn't the amount of shares on the market  have something to do with price
No, at least not directly, normally.  If there were not a fixed number of shares, the price probably would not fluctuate at all.  When the per share price goes up, stock splits can happen, which will tend to reduce the price, making stocks more affordable.  When the per share price goes down, the company can buy shares back.  Buy backs tend to cause the per share price to rise.
For sure, I'm no expert and don't own stocks or bonds directly.  But a LONG time ago, I had some exposure to the basics.
Title: Re: Turzai is Retiring
Post by: macal on February 14, 2020, 08:08:43 AM

  Looks like Scarnati is also retiring along with Turzai. Hmmm