Thursday, August 1, 2013

a Couple Minor Administrative Wins

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SkunK

22 comments:

nobody123789 said...

Why aren't folks crowing about the 5.4% increase in last quarter's (over same quarter previous year) GPRE's corn oil segment? Their Q2 is out.

Anonymous said...

place your bets...in several days : increased earnings rally or another R/S ....

glta

Anonymous said...

Rally? From this level it would take a "hundred bagger" to even approach the last post R/S PPS level. Any one here for two years, and that really is not that long of a time considering the odyssey of this company, has no chance of seeing a profit in their investment. The sad fact is "hundred baggers" just don't happen and the best these folks can hope for in any near term rally is a penny a share -- a "ten bagger". It is good that the hype and euphoria have passed as pessimism and reality set in.

nobody123789 said...

Any uptick in the PPS will be met with dilution selling -- that is the immutable history of the last eight years. Never, not once, have these events not been tightly linked, as yesterday again documented.

nobody123789 said...

Rally? From this level it would take a "hundred bagger" to even approach the last post R/S PPS level. Any one here for two years, and that really is not that long of a time considering the odyssey of this company, has no chance of seeing a profit in their investment. The sad fact is "hundred baggers" just don't happen and the best these folks can hope for in any near term rally is a penny a share -- a "ten bagger". It is good that the hype and euphoria have passed as pessimism and reality set in.

Anonymous said...

What Nobody playing with himself again? Deteriorating old men should leave that to us younger studs.

Anonymous said...

last, pump and dilution yesterday?

NAH

glta

Anonymous said...

how fast will the next 10 fold drop materialize ...within 6 months a year..guesses?

nobody123789 said...

Don't think so, any uptick has ALWAYS been met with dilution-based selling and wholesaling. Any other statements to the contrary are fictitious.

Anonymous said...

end of the day dump/?

Anonymous said...

Doesn't that depend if KK has paid his green's fees for tomorrow?

nobody123789 said...

Doesn't that depend if KK has paid his green's fees for tomorrow?

Slashnuts said...

United Ethanol Newsletter: .73 Pounds Per Bushel

"The year is half over, and ethanol margins
continued to remain strong through the second
quarter. Corn prices slipped lower, and summer
ethanol demand improved. Export demand for
dry distiller’s grain has remained strong, and the
biodiesel industry has been aggressively buying
our corn oil.
Recently, there has been a few imports of
Brazilian ethanol arriving in the United States,
which has caused the value of domestic ethanol
to weaken along with the less-than-expected
summer-driving demand. However, we do
anticipate margins remaining positive as we finish
another year and continually work to improve our
production efficiencies.
More than three months ago, now, we lost a fellow
employee, Jerod Guell, in a grain-bin accident. Not
a day goes by when we don’t think about him. The
police department ruled the incident an accident,
and we continue to work with the Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to
piece together the events of that day. We are also
working on installing zero-entry grain-bin sweeps,
which will drastically reduce the number of times
our employees need to enter a grain-storage bin.
The sweep in bin two is installed, bin three will be
completed shortly, and bin one will be done as
soon as it’s empty, again. In addition, by the time
you read this newsletter, United Ethanol employees
will have finished another round of safety training --
with the grain-bin cofferdam, this time.
A new employee has been hired to take over
Jerod’s responsibilities as grain lead man, Kyle
Brandl. He is a very good fi t with the rest of the
United Ethanol staff and is off to a good start.
Through the first half of 2013, United Ethanol
produced 21,775,976 gallons of undenatured
ethanol. We also produced 58,601 tons of dry
distiller’s grain, 7,874 tons of wet distiller’s grain,
36,791 tons of liquefied carbon dioxide, and
extracted 5,638,880 pounds of corn oil."

http://www.unitedethanol.com/images/E0135601/UEAugust2013NewsletterforWeb.pdf

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$!$

Anonymous said...

looks like a hundred retail investors own this paper...then the operaters own the millions issue in the last 6 months....get ready fo a break out soon

Anonymous said...

Looks like a typical GERS story. Passive Q2, excitement they did not go bankrupt, buy the price up about 25% and then the diluters sell for profit. Stock price ends lower than when the Q came out. Reverse split.

nobody123789 said...

Looks like a typical GERS story. Passive Q2, excitement they did not go bankrupt, buy the price up about 25% and then the diluters sell for profit. Stock price ends lower than when the Q came out. Reverse split.

nobody123789 said...

Cute, very cute. We all have seen this trick, hacking into Google accounts. The question is can you do anything legitimate to earn a living?

Anonymous said...

0.0001 coming Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$!$

Anonymous said...

This hacker is like a trained seal. Every time he hacks into another Google account and represents himself as someone else he barks like a seal wanting a fish as his reward for that act. Quick, someone throw him a sardine, an anchovy, any thing to get him to spin a ball on his nose, and take that fish breath act to a new venue.

nobody123789 said...

0.0001 coming Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$!$

nobody123789 said...

This hacker is like a trained seal. Every time he hacks into another Google account and represents himself as someone else he barks like a seal wanting a fish as his reward for that act. Quick, someone throw him a sardine, an anchovy, any thing to get him to spin a ball on his nose, and take that fish breath act to a new venue.

Anonymous said...

gpre and/or sunoco are probably marketing ploys: zero to minimal to delayed royalties there.

 
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