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The Company is engaged in the acquisition, development, production and exploration of oil and natural gas.
Sometimes I call tickers by what they sound like, instead of the company name....in this case I could be up the creek without a paddle putting an upthumb on this one.It has been erratic, and it's hard to see an equity take a 90% plunge in such a short period, unless bankruptcy is eminent.Comstock went from a somewhat profitable, dividend paying stock, to hard losses the last three quarter after a heavy investment/borrowing cycle. Will ultra-low oil/gas prices, which I expect to last for at least a year and a half finish it off??It may come down to assets, and how well it can raise capital if needed to bide some time...and at $2.00 per share, raising capital is not much of an option. Well below a "published" book value. Index funds forced to sell as they re-balance after the sharp decline...Gamble..
To the Moon, Alice.
Will rise with oil prices...
Jun15 Put Option $0.90, $5 Strike
Contrarian + Speculative PlayExpecting oil prices up in 6-12 months.
I think I might see some more stumbling from here but long term looks good to me.
Buying at the bottom @ $12.5, waiting for the pop...
Good fundamentals and they are positioned well to take advantage of global recovery.
Guessing as usaul!
How'd this one sneak by? Sector-wide play.
See news bulletin below....self explanatory:Petrohawk Shares Rise On Haynesville Shale Gas Well OutputLast update: 6/30/2008 10:33:53 AM By Christine Buurma Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Shares of Petrohawk Energy Corp. (HK) shot up as much as 14% early Monday after the energy company said natural gas output from its first well in the Haynesville Shale had begun. The announcement boosted the shares of several other companies, such as Goodrich Petroleum Corp. (GDP), Forest Oil Corp. (FST) and Penn Virginia Corp. (PVA), that are active at the Haynesville Shale, which lies under north Louisiana and east Texas and is one of the hottest of the so-called unconventional gas plays. In a press release, the Houston company said its Haynesville well was producing 16.8 million cubic feet a day of gas. This came in at the upper end of the 10 million to 20 million cubic feet a day range that analysts had predicted, said Dan McSpirit, an analyst with BMO Capital Markets in Denver. "There's no question that this goes a long way toward confirming the large gas-in-place estimates that are being put forth," McSpirit said. "I think there will be a lot more of the same over the balance of the year." In shale formations, the gas is embedded in fine-grained sedimentary rocks, making it more difficult and expensive to develop than conventional gas plays. Companies have been piling into the Haynesville Shale and other such North American gas shale plays as gas prices have risen, making drilling economical. In March, Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK) pegged its potential reserves at Haynesville in a range of 7.5 trillion to 20 trillion cubic feet. Shares of Chesapeake rose 3.6% to $66.41 after Petrohawk's announcement. Petrohawk shares were recently up $3.44, or 8%, at $46.40, after hitting a fresh all-time intraday high of $48.82 shortly after the market opened. Petrohawk's Haynesville results "will be viewed as a positive for all the Haynesville players and will likely keep the momentum chugging for the group," analysts with Houston-based investment bank Simmons & Co. International said in a note to clients Monday. Among the other stocks enjoying a boost from Petrohawk's announcement were GMX Resources Inc. (GMXR), Exco Resources Inc. (XCO), and Comstock Resources Inc. (CRK). -By Christine Buurma, Dow Jones Newswires; 201-938-2061; firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to go to Dow Jones NewsPlus, a web front page of today's most important business and market news, analysis and commentary: http://www.djnewsplus.com/al?rnd=3lGBWWahUFfXD%2FiXfjAf1g%3D%3D. You can use this link on the day this article is published and the following day. (END) Dow Jones NewswiresJune 30, 2008 10:33 ET (14:33 GMT)
Strong Fundamentals. Momentum upwards..
Today's highest gainer is next week's biggest loser
This is a strong stock they have gradually progressed over the past nine months and still has the potential to progress
Simply high demand for oil and gas
U need This
Great financials and strong industry. Everyone knows that we need our oil. With winter going on this is the strong season for them.
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