You really are obsessed with the Hershey thing.
What's with the reference to Hershey Highway? Why are you so obsessed with it? Pa. isn't such a bad state, imo. Hershey, Pa. never been there. Pittsburgh, you bet.
Replying to a message from 2 yrs ago speaks for itself. I was told you(Hershey Highway) have been Picking up the soap for the last few yrs "OUCH" Butt you must love it! rotflmao . Another foller of the Conman Traitor , You be HAD . Send more money to the Con Man ! Dumber than a Box of Rocks!
"SPRING and IRVING, Texas – Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE: XOM) and Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE: PXD) jointly announced a definitive agreement for ExxonMobil to acquire Pioneer. The merger is an all-stock transaction valued at $59.5 billion, or $253 per share, based on ExxonMobil’s closing price on October 5, 2023. Under the terms of the agreement, Pioneer shareholders will receive 2.3234 shares of ExxonMobil for each Pioneer share at closing. The implied total enterprise value of the transaction, including net debt, is approximately $64.5 billion."
Making bank. Cashing out today! Loser...!!!
Press reports put it at around 60 billion. I think PXD has about 233 million shares outstanding. If my math is correct that would put it at about 259-260 per share, but like most things no one knows for sure until the offer is made public
"Ships Warned Of Increased Iranian Threat Near Strait Of Hormuz"
"The Persian Gulf exports approximately 18.2 million barrels of oil per day; approximately 17 million barrels per day transit through the Strait of Hormuz in tankers. Additionally, over 3.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas, approximately 18 percent of world shipments, travel through the Strait via LNG tankers."
Yes! And again at $225!
So Nelson you bought back in at $234?
Hey Nelson. Premarket says your a genius!
Bought in last week at around $237. Thinking I sell on Monday expecting it should go up day before Xdividend date Tuesday. Anyone here have experience with this scenario? In this case would make more than dividend and maybe buy back when it goes down Tuesday?
Researched but getting two stories. One saying you need to buy three days before xdividend date to ensure you qualify (time to process transaction required?). The other saying as long as you buy Monday?
Any insights would be appreciated
I tode you boys. Weeeeeeeee
NGL looks real good. Loser. Still holding PXD and a few others in the space. No complaints.
Sorry to hear you have been sent up river to the Pen )) The Old Hershey highway will be Good for you! Enjoy )))))))))
Our PE shares have been replaced by PXD shares.
If Donald Trump isn't re-elected, this stock and sector is finished. Consider this a political post or not, I really don't care. If we have a democrat elected president, he'll introduce legislation that will KILL the fracking industry. It's all about the renewables for this party! Much of my content about the coronavirus is being removed. The impact from the coronavirus will affect everything. Major Cities in all countries could come to a halt - basically quarantined. This will impact transportation, which obviously has a direct impact to this sector/stock. To have content removed as "off-topic" is absurd! It's pleasing that this board is not moderated. I hope it stays this way!
$PXD Pioneer Natural loses a bull
Pioneer Natural (NYSE:PXD) cut to hold from buy by SunTrust Robinson; price target reduced to $160 from $205.
Quant rating Neutral; Sell-side average rating Buy (24 Buy, 8 Outperform, 4 Hold.) previously; average price target $201.
In the past six months, Pioneer Natural has risen 5.2% vs. the energy sector median performance of 0.0%.
Bullish options traded, but Bearish chart
Difficult to make a call in this stock with mixed perspectives among Fund Managers and Analysts. The charts has also mixed signals but is predominantly Bearish with increased selling pressure. Options traders however have been buying the $180 calls in quite high volume . We will sit on the sidelines and see how this plays out before considering a position.
“U.S. production is constrained because we don’t have enough pipelines coming out of the Permian,” James Williams, president of energy researcher WTRG Economics, says.
Short term resistance for now, imo. Taking profits.