If you lucky investors manage to make lots of profit in here like I did.... Take a look at MRS results due the end of this month ....had short attack on the shares and took a beating after Doc Holiday turned negative due to lack of news. But then even he quoted worth buying in and around the level they are now.....and also they not so long had a cash call at around 0.30
These are at rock bottom ....and can easily double soon. Don't buy on my recommendation do your research on the company, and if you like what you see....worth putting in some of your profits from here maybe? You have heard it here first.....price now buying around 14-15 mark.....
Every week since 1944, Baker Hughes Inc. would release its survey of how many rigs were out drilling for U.S oil and gas. And every week, oil and gas traders would, for the most part, overlook it. What a difference a $50-a-barrel slide in oil makes. This past Friday, traders were bent over their desks, staring at their screens, waiting for 1 p.m. New York time to see whether drillers extended their biggest-ever retreat from U.S. oil fields. (They did.) Oil futures spiked within minutes of the count, closing at the highest level in four days. “I don’t think I’ve heard ‘Baker Hughes’ more in my life than I have in the past month,” Dan Flynn, a trader at Price Futures Group in Chicago, said by phone on Feb. 13. “It’s like I’m saying it in my sleep.” The sudden interest in Houston-based Baker Hughes’s rig counts shows how desperate traders have become to find the bottom of the oil market after the biggest collapse since 2008. The company, which was Hughes Tool Co. 71 years ago when it first released the weekly count, is the third-biggest oil field service provider in the world.
The slide in prices has sidelined 480 rigs within two months, erased tens of thousands of jobs and cut hundreds of billions of dollars in spending. “The bulls are jumping on what’s become one of the few bullish data points out there for oil,” Tim Evans, energy analyst at Citi Futures Perspective in New York, said by phone on Feb. 13. “It seems to be the short-term traders trading around the release of the number, even when underlying oil production is still trending higher.”
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