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HopelessC created the Muppetin Show and is the lead character. Complete deramper…”der, I’m only going to buy when they reach 250-270 pence”. Keep smoking the pot dude! I thought you were going to sell and disappear, you know where, like Olive (Fish) Oil, who allegedly sold down at 360 pence…how is that investment decision working out Muppetin? HBR is not PMO stop comparing them and maybe you’ll make a profit instead of being a loser. Sucker!
harry cash !!!! Please stop being so patronising with your smooth talking commentaries. You won't stop my forecasts. Grab yourself a day off from posting your gibberish financial updates. NoFear.(*__*).
HARRY CASH. Yes, me too liked the muppets show and now the new spitting image too. I get it right more often than your expert highlights. HAHAHA. Evil laugh.(*__*)
[U.S. Nat Gas futures rise 4% on colder forecast, soaring global prices] Germany's energy regulator suspended the approval process for Gazprom's Nord Stream 2 gas pipe from Russia to Germany.
Nov 16 (Reuters) – U.S. natural gas futures rose about 4% to a one-week high on Tuesday on forecasts for colder weather and higher heating demand next week than previously expected and expectations that soaring prices in Europe will keep demand for U.S. liquefied natural gas exports strong.
Gas prices in Europe jumped over 8% for a second day in a row on worries Russian gas giant Gazprom PAO will not deliver enough fuel this winter after Germany's energy regulator suspended the approval process for Gazprom's Nord Stream 2 gas pipe from Russia to Germany.
Global gas prices hit record highs in October as utilities around the world scrambled for LNG cargoes to replenish extremely low stockpiles in Europe and meet insatiable demand in Asia, where energy shortfalls have caused power blackouts in China. Following those global gas prices, U.S. futures climbed to a 12-year high in early October on expectations LNG demand would remain strong for months. But overseas prices were still trading about six times higher than U.S. futures because the United States has plenty of gas in storage and ample production.
Analysts have said that European inventories were about 20% below normal for this time of year, compared with just 3% below normal in the United States. EIA/GAS After rising almost 5% on Monday, front-month gas futures rose 18.3 cents, or 3.7%, to $5.200 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) at 7:54 a.m. EST (1254 GMT) on Tuesday, putting the contract on track for its highest close since Nov. 8.
Despite this week's price gains, speculators cut their net long positions on the New York Mercantile and Intercontinental Exchanges last week for a sixth week to their lowest since June 2020, according to data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Analysts said speculators cut their long positions as the amount of gas in U.S. stockpiles rose to comfortable levels for the winter heating season. ...
Data provider Refinitiv said output in the U.S. Lower 48 states averaged 96.0 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) so far in November, up from 94.1 bcfd in October and a monthly record of 95.4 bcfd in November 2019.
Refinitiv projected average U.S. gas demand, including exports, would jump to 112.3 bcfd next week from 104.7 bcfd this week as the weather turns colder and homes and businesses crank up their heaters. The forecast for next week was higher than Refinitiv projected on Monday.
U.S. exports to Canada averaged 3.0 bcfd so far in November, up from 2.1 bcfd in October, according to Refinitiv data. That compares with an all-time monthly high of 3.5 bcfd in December. C
You can't help it you have to come back with a muppet answer. Actually I liked the Muppet Show so don't be to offended its really a mild rebuke to your nonsense but apologies if it offends
And you can't help blowing your own trumpet. You just can't resist it can u. So the HBR SP goe's up today and magically your the wonder guru we should all follow. You actually say you have 'insider' knowledge. You do know that 'insider trading' is illegal.
C'mon dude get real ok. I'm trying to be kind with you about this stuff but your hard work. No fear. Mmmmm
Have a nice day and enjoy todays gain ok but do stop with the SP forcasts. It's the markets ok not you somehow having a crystal ball.
jefff jefff jefff ! I indeed do want to get out asap, but doesn't meant that I will do it at a loss especially after waiting over six months for harbour to recover the value in the share price that got hammered notwithstanding all that was said by the Jeffries at the time of the merger. Moreover, I will admit that it has not been my 'kind of cup of tea' of investment due to so many red flags that followed after the merger and that were not evident before the merger as the brokers sweet talked the pi on behalf of the coming BoD that are now showing their true colours. Nevertheless, if cannot do anything other than wait for the ones who choose to stick around and hope for the recovery back to where thy had originally invested.
Also, HC has been blah blah blah of the same and are not interested which way they share price will go and frankly don't believe a word they say in their comments. As for you Jefff, are you the guy that posts in REDDIT under the tag name of: AndyTheVoiceOfReason?
Happy trading everyone and keep the faith.(*__*).NoFear
No Fear didn't you post on reddit you cant wait get out of this and will never invest in oil stocks again. There's nothing wrong with HCs posts and there are risks involved.Economies close down over winter whats going to happen to the poo.Or sps across the board.Bit different this time from the last with all the money printing but still risk involved. ATB but keep it real ;-)
Harry Cash !!! Stop calling lse members 'muppets'. I've never called you a muppet or used vulgar or abusive language towards you. However, if you chose to do so once again with me too, I'm afraid that you're a bigger Muppet than anyone else and deserved to be crowned with the 'King of the Muppets' recognition for your childish time wasting supposed financial expert commentaries which a joke especially when they're one or two days behind after the events have already passed or no longer matter tot eh market forces what you seem to be 'well knowledgeable with', Not!(*__*)
Harbour Energy hits minutes ago the called share price target of £3.84 as posted by me we would earlier this morning at Harry cash at 03:40am. Learn from the true experts that can call out the events before the happen based on my own 'inside knowledge' and not your bulls that you've posted in the last months.
Get Ready For Capital Market Day. Hope you'll get burned if you're a shorter. You were WARNED.NoFear
NO FEAR Never understood this moniker. Is it that you have no fear of anything, or is it you have no fear of losing money with this particular stock pick being HBR. Bit mystified.
Anyway, not sure why my normally bland early morning musings upset you so. Their just my opinions, plain and simple, not ramping or de-ramping HBR just normally logical comments based upon what we know, and in the case of HBR what we don't know. Add in a few worldly comments and it passes the day.
Now I know you want to be a winner with HBR ,as do we all, but be a bit realistic, so far this is a 'dead donkey' share. For me too risky to average down. I lost my money on PMO and accepted the loss a long time ago. Will I do the same with HBR. Nope. Would I buy HBR shares. Maybe at between 250p and 270p but only if there is good updates and if that happens the shares would likely rise well beyond my buy price anyway. Point is that there are better petro/gas shares to buy at these prices that are pretty bullet proof, and pay divi's, you know like BP and this ain't rocket science. Accept the fact that HBR is risky and you may improve your game plan, keep banging on about how great it is fails to inspire.
I have noticed that your generally nasty with other posters on here. Bit childish behaviour but if you want to be a muppet with me feel free to do so because I'm happy to oblige.
One last thing. If my posts do upset you so then may I suggest you not read them. Concentrate on your Beano or Dandy comics.
You have a nice day, and do yourself a favour and stop watching the HBR share price screen, causes bad eyesight. I would add that you should be happy bunny today because the HBR SP has risen. Long may it last.
HC, Your theory's are just the same as the one before today's. Harbour Energy will move upwards as we move closer to the 9th December Capital Market Day. I'm afraid that your posts are based and always have been on events that have already been discussed days ago and no longer matter. Moreover, it's like you've been commenting about an event that has already been accounted for by the Market forces and passed as non nocive while you try to make it as it has just happened and yet to inflict potential financial damage. It's really true what others have said of you. You seem to be on a different time zone from the others UK lse members. It's no wonder that we can synchronise with you and the same goes for your posts which are all out of sequence. Retire.. Retire.. We've heard your similar commentary before and you seem to be like a stuck record. Hahahaha. Harbour Energy price target to hit for this Tuesday is £3.84. Cheers. NoFear (*__*)
Well Monday ended in the plus side but oil/gas regained upward trend so guess HBR tagged along but small gain compared to other petro/gas stocks.
US ticked down a bit but Asia doing ok so will the FTSE rise today. No idea markets very fluid at the moment with JPM saying US stocks to be avoided on value concerns so we could see money shifting to UK markets that are undervalued by comparison. Trick is picking the winners. Sadly HBR is a long way down on the list of value stocks.