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UltraLong the Leader of Lemmings???

April 20, 2010 – Comments (20) | RELATED TICKERS: MHR

Now no disrespect to UltraLong as he has been the #1 Fool on CAPS previously, but when one does a shoddy analysis on a company without digging deep and others follow what more can I say?  [more]

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Just do the OPPOSITE of Jim Cramer on this stock !!

March 19, 2009 – Comments (5) | RELATED TICKERS: ATN.DL2 , UNG

I just looked at Jim Cramers history of predictions for ATN.  I personally think a blind chimpanzee could do better with a dartboard.  Here's the last 10 months:  [more]

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Solid 28.5% Yield Guaranteed w/ Significant Growth Opportunities

March 11, 2009 – Comments (5) | RELATED TICKERS: ATN.DL2 , UNG

Pure natural gas play with great yield, record revenues / production / earnings etc., all at 54% of BV.  #1 producer in the #1 hottest U.S. Natural Gas market, new drilling procedure yielding record setting results.  Check out the details:  [more]

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Greatest Misunderstood Stock - ATN, Jim Cramer is on Crack !!

March 11, 2009 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: ATN.DL2

Jim Cramer announced to his readers to sell this stock on 2/26/09 @ ~$14.35/share, and just reiterated his sell 3/9/09 @~$8.50/share stating "...yield is flashing danger, danger, danger." & "I think even at these prices it could still go to $5." That would result a current dividend yield of 48.8% even if it was cut in half which in NO WAY will it be you would still be @ 24.4%.   [more]

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Demise of the peso taking down good stocks

January 26, 2009 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: KOF

I'm new to motley fool, but not new to KOF had 300 shares since 2002 w/ avg entry price of ~$19, I have now upped my position to 450 shares w/ a new entry price of $39.50. Interestingly if you look at the underlying KOFL.MX it both started and ended 2008 at ~50 pesos per share with the 10:1 ratio for KOF that comes to 500 pesos/share. So the last 12 months has been an exercise of foreign currency exchange, w/ the Mexican peso falling 20% across 2008 (25% from high in August), and another 4% this month, it seems this stock won't really turn around until the Peso does. That may require significantly higher oil prices, increase in tourism, etc... There has been some talk about Obama's infrastructure plan leading to an improved economy in Mexico too, I've read we (USA) represent about 80% of their exports, anybody else got a take on this. I'm still bullish on the stock obviously, but not so on the Mexican peso.  [more]

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