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re: revolution begins

  1. locshare11

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    The weakness in energy markets is threatening to derail LNG’s emergence as the preeminent energy source in Asia,” Daniel Hynes and Natalie Rampono, commodity strategists at the bank, wrote in the note. “Increased competition from cheaper oil and coal, and weak overall industrial demand has come at a time when a surge of supply is hitting the market.”

    This is excerpt from Crude Energy (invest.crude.com) Beware of scams:
    "there're scames and fraudulent deals around every corner among the more notorius scames are less about striking oil in order to lure investors in to provide additional fund to cover the costs of development"

    Heraldsun 13/2 from Card Capolingva. Rewarding leap from hobby investing to trading plan:
    In some case investors believe they're doing great job with their investments because those investments appear to be rising over the long run and perhaps paying a steady dividend. The important thing to note here is that in the markets, sussess is relative. The goal is not just to make money, but to beat the markets.

    We're facing deflationaries, market demands and competitiveness.

    As consumers are very happy about falling prices from all sort of goods to soft-hard commodities and now Oil and Food as well. But businesses are facing very tough times to fight for their survival. Remember as people get richer the country becomes richer.
    Lng business is down due to sluggish market demands from Asia. Apart from the pressures from the king of crude "Saudi" the cost of development of shale gas that make Icn looks terrible.
    Icn has no dividend, little capex plan and no supports from the riches (investors).
    The positive side is that Icn has an incentive scheme backed from Australia government and Icn has a master mind from its CEO as well as Bpt and Cvx. Those masters will unveil the Legalcy in this Ntng play at all costs.

    It's the same strategy for fund managers that is To Beat the markets. It is a long term view and is an ambition for an investor to set a goal.

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