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An oil and gas company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development and production of natural gas and crude oil.
In moving from gas to oil production, BBG will significantly increase profitability in the coming years. It's leaseholds are bankable. BBG is also a great takeover target as majors look to increase their oil holdings thru acquisition.
Well established, undervalued ng stock working in areas they are already familiar with
Insider ownership,analyst estimates and technical indicators all improving.
No rally for atleast a year till late 2013
Low cost natty and oil producer in some prime regions out west. Selling at its 10yr PV. Migrating to more liquid gases and oil from dry natty. Natty/energy stocks have been in the toilet over the last 6 months, but long-term the value will be recognized. Yet if natty stays depressed then the wait could be long. Be patient.
HG near it's 52 week low. I'll submit it here in caps.
there is a growing line
Domestic Oil & Gas, not controlled by unfriendly Islamist rulers, is going to be more and more important to national security. Peak Oil/Gas may not come for 20 years, but the demand will outstrip supply as developing nations join the club.
Excessive government indebitness and increasing global demand for energy, while exploration is not increasing and will not increase at a rate to offset consumption.
New screen; from 3 stars three months ago, 4 stars two months ago, and five stars this month
The fed again cut rates today. Big mistake the same one Volker made in 1984, real estate was acknowledged to have crashed by 1986, did that move save the S&L from crisis? This current situation is different, because stocks and real estate have not been this connected since 1930. We have all herd of the depression. Ah, 1984 the year oil began its decline. At least we did not have real estate and stocks crashing in the same time frame. Study Japan and note that all asset classes will soon be down. Todays cut was one of the worse things the Fed has ever done. In summary, the current crisis makes 1929 look like a walk in the park. The current financial crisis is spreading and it is worldwide. Did you know that Swiss banks loaned money on residential real estate in Poland and Hungary, and who knows where else, IN SWISS FRANCS! When the rumbling recession hits Poland and Hungary, how will these loans be repaid if the Swiss Franc has appreciated 20% or more to their currencies. However, a 2% mortgage was great while it lasted.Real estate is collapsing in the USA, Ireland, England and Spain. And don’t be fooled by the talking heads on CNBC, the conflagration is spreading rapidly. First sub-prime, alt-A, regular mortgages, commercial paper–then coming soon, crises in commercial real estate, the stock market, Goverment sponsored entities like Ginnie Mae, then credit card debt, and pretty soon you’re talking real money.There is a model for the current situation and it is the deflationary collapse that occured in Japan in 1990 and CONTINUES TO THE PRESENT DAY. You will recall that the Japanese became overexuburent with real estate leading up to the 1990 collapse! the path to survival is easy. Raise cash! Keep your exposure at FDIC banks to the insured amount or invest in short term US gov’t T-Bills or T-Bonds. Do not hold mutual funds or money market funds. The contagion is spreading like a runaway cancer. Keep it simple.Between 1969 and 1974, the number of mutual funds dropped from 5,000 to 500 thru consolidations and failures. The current financial situation is an order of magnitude more serious than that period. When you call a fund to liquidate, don’t be the person to reach a busy signal. Time is the essence! There will be mass redemptions. Unfortunately, everyone will reach the same SELL conclusion at the same time one Monday morning. Commodities, gold and oil will also suffer. Low prices and stocks like BBG will have a tough time promoting their stock!
The natural gas prices in the Rocky Mountain area have been highly depressed due to a lack of transport capacity on transmission pipelines. A huge capacity line should be opening soon and prices should start rising again, and profits will rise sharply.
BBG – 2006 production growth of 32%, proved reserve growth of 26%, record discretionary cash flow of $239 million, record net income of $62 millionRecent Financial QuotesNatural gas: Bill Barrett Corp. (NYSE: BBG - News) -- people haven't realized yet that imports from Canada and GoM are coming down. The company's current discount is due to transmission shortcomings that will soon be remedied with a new pipeline.MAJOR DIRECT HOLDERS (FORMS 3 & 4)Holder Shares ReportedGS CAPITAL PARTNERS 2000 OFFSHORE LPN/A 18-Aug-05GSCP 2000 GMBH BBOG HOLDING IN/A 23-Aug-05GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC/N/A 23-Aug-05
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Like the insurance Cos it planned on storms that did not come. It is overstocked with Generators causing loses. It is an old firm and storms will come
CFO resigning causes alarm. Oil futures are too volatile to invest in US exploration with Democratic party controlling both houses.
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