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By oiler

Posted: Tuesday Feb 21 1:25:21PM 2006

Nothing in the latest release.

By agent86

Posted: Tuesday Feb 21 9:31:49AM 2006

No NR yet from XPD. Anyone hearing anything?

By petedran

Posted: Thursday Feb 16 11:44:42AM 2006

Im not sure its necessary for doren to explain every trade he makes. This is a free site and feel lucky he choses to share his trades with us. Common sense suggests his portfolio has a low cash position and xpd and rgy are 2 of his largest positions. It is always prudent to have cash on hand during the slow spring/summer season which has arrived earlier than normal. Bargains will be plentiful and cash is needed to take advantage of them.

By oilman_

Posted: Tuesday Feb 14 7:22:49AM 2006

I am hearing a lot about the Jennings report...what will it really clarify?

By oilman_

Posted: Monday Feb 13 3:15:57PM 2006

I am confused about one thing.....in a recent post Doren says that he expects HYE to have 25 cents a share cash flow, but in this thread says 60 to 70 cents. Am I missing something here - was one earnings and one cash?

By Briany1246

Posted: Monday Feb 13 10:23:59AM 2006

The only problem I have with bottom feeding is where is the "bottom" or somewhere close? When I jump into these dips they just keep on dipping for a couple of years or worse, go broke. Anyone remember Liberty Oil?

By dquinton

Posted: Friday Feb 10 8:46:00AM 2006

Everything (particularly oil and gas) is on sale today as investor panic appears to be taking over in the small-cap market. RGY at $1.68 (2006 expected cash flow of $0.70 per share) XPD at $0.70 (2006 expected cash flow of $0.26 to $0.30) HYE at $1.21 (2006 expected cash flow of $0.60 to $0.70) Very poor bids on a number of other stocks. We have seen this many times before as we head towards spring. Historically, fundamentals have taken over as the panic subsides but this has been a difficult time of year to make money in the markets. Those will a strong cash position have the opportunity to start bottom fishing a little early this year. Hopefully investors have taken some profit along the way as we had a great ending to 2005 and a great start to 2006. Best of luck to everyone!

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