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post #441 of 787
The waters are gettin very warm...little tropical depressions startin to form...I'd definitely be loadin up for a comin hurricane soon it looks like....
post #442 of 787
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Originally Posted by Alexis View Post
KSSH
bid .55 x ask 1.05
enough said
Actually its bid .90 X ask 1.01, you should check it out
post #443 of 787
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Originally Posted by SMCJr232 View Post
Actually its bid .90 X ask 1.01, you should check it out
I did and it was .55 x 1.05 something like that.
LMAO
post #444 of 787
Looks like .90 x 1.01 to me, but it's usually best to get in before a F/S rather than after. If anyone buys KSSH, I would say wait until it dips a bit more. I looked into it a little, and it looks like they do restoration work, which kind of makes it a hurricane stock, but I think there's too much other stuff that the holding company does for it to really be considered a good hurricane play. I'm not saying don't get in. It looks like a decent stock. I just don't think it belongs in this category.
post #445 of 787
post #446 of 787
how's dpdw doing?
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post #448 of 787
wegi looks to be gaining strength.

may see a rise goin into august for late aug.early sept expectations, and then boom, if we get a biggie looking to hitting land
post #449 of 787
I have a feeling that this thread will heat up over the next few weeks. We are heading into August and all the hurricane plays are down. It won't be long now and everyone will be rushing to get back in.


My personal favorite is ECCI (very close to it's 52 week low) but there are other great plays as well (NSMG, WEGI ect...). All are very low right now. Wait and see what happens when the first real hurricane forms.
post #450 of 787
WEGI is the best play imo

small float so itll move hella easy.. plus no dilution

right now its chilling in the .165 - .18 range
post #451 of 787
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Originally Posted by woswill View Post
WEGI is the best play imo

small float so itll move hella easy.. plus no dilution

right now its chilling in the .165 - .18 range
I agree that WEGI is a good pick right now, it's just not my pick. Everyone has their own opinion on which hurricane stock is the best right now. They are mostly all low and will be multi baggers from their current levels.

Not sure if this was posted yet? It's a major headline on the front of yahoo news: Worst of Atlantic hurricane season still to come http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070725/..._hurricanes_dc

MIAMI (Reuters) - Nearly eight weeks have passed since the last tropical storm in the Atlantic-Caribbean region faded away, but banish any notion the 2007 hurricane season has been unusually slow and beware the coming months, experts say.

The peak of the six-month season is just around the corner and forecasters are still predicting a busy one.

"There's absolutely nothing out of the ordinary," Gerry Bell, a hurricane forecaster for the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, said of the Atlantic season's first two months. "It's not slow. It's not fast."
post #452 of 787
Thread Starter 
Worst of Atlantic hurricane season still to come By Jim Loney
Wed Jul 25, 10:47 AM ET

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070725/..._hurricanes_dc

MIAMI (Reuters) - Nearly eight weeks have passed since the last tropical storm in the Atlantic-Caribbean region faded away, but banish any notion the 2007 hurricane season has been unusually slow and beware the coming months, experts say.

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The peak of the six-month season is just around the corner and forecasters are still predicting a busy one.

"There's absolutely nothing out of the ordinary," Gerry Bell, a hurricane forecaster for the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, said of the Atlantic season's first two months. "It's not slow. It's not fast."

On average, June and July produce zero to two named storms or hurricanes. So far this year there have been two. Andrea formed in early May, Barry on June 1.

There's plenty of evidence the first two months are meaningless as an indicator for the rest of the season.

In 2004, the first storm didn't form until August 1. It ultimately became Hurricane Alex and kicked off one of the worst Atlantic seasons in decades.

By mid-August that year, there had been five storms. The entire 2004 season saw 15 storms, including nine hurricanes.

Four of them, Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jeanne, hit Florida. Each caused more than $6 billion damage and all four rank among the top 10 costliest storms in U.S. history.

In 1998, the first storm didn't form until July 29. That season produced 10 hurricanes, including 155-mph (250-kph) Georges, which battered Key West, and 180-mph (290-kph) Mitch, which killed more than 9,000 people in Central America.

In 1992, Hurricane Andrew, the first storm of the season, didn't form until August 17. It devastated southern Florida to the tune of $25 billion and until Katrina in 2005 was the costliest hurricane in U.S. history.
post #453 of 787
August should be good on the cane plays just froma speculation stand point, then the pivital moment will come end of august/early sept.

If weather pattern is favorable for a cane , hold,

if weather pattern is not favorable, sell sell sell
post #454 of 787
the Caribbean is going off right now....still no expected developments though for the rest of the week.
post #455 of 787
I coulda made a killing if i did other plays the past 2 months then got back in WEGI during August..

Coulda,shoulda,woulda

post #456 of 787
looks like DPDW is gonna go for a ride tomorrow
check boards for details
post #457 of 787
Thread Starter 
Preview of what you will see: Institutional buying
post #458 of 787
I just put $2k into NSMG, ECCI and WEGI each since they were so cheap...

Lets see some action now...
post #459 of 787
When the Accumulation/Distribution indicator grows, it means accumulation (buying) of a particular security, as the overwhelming share of the sales volume is related to an upward trend of prices. When the indicator drops, it means distribution (selling) of the security, as most of sales take place during the downward price movement.

Divergences between the Accumulation/Distribution indicator and the price of the security indicate the upcoming change of prices. As a rule, in case of such divergences, the price tendency moves in the direction in which the indicator moves. Thus, if the indicator is growing, and the price of the security is dropping, a turnaround of price should be expected.

just take a look at ecci's chart last three months with this indicator(sharp increase up north), i have trouble loading a chart this morning.

Actually all the hurricane stocks are looking like this with a positive diver.
post #460 of 787
Thread Starter 
DPDW Gapping after announcing coverage by Dahlman Rose and a $1.50 Price target

Dahlman Rose Initiates Research on Deep Down
HOUSTON, July 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Deep Down, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: DPDW) today announced that Dahlman Rose & Company, LLC (MEMBER: NASD/SIPC) has initiated research coverage of the Company with a BUY rating and a target price of $1.50 per share.

'The management team and employees of Deep Down are very pleased with this unsolicited and uncompensated research by such a prestigious firm. We believe this interest in providing coverage lends credible third-party validation that our business model is sound and capable of generating significant shareholder value,' commented Robert E. Chamberlain, Jr., Deep Down's chairman.

'In seven months since listing DPDW on the over-the-counter Bulletin Board(R) (OTCBB) exchange, Deep Down's strategy of organic growth, coupled with strategic acquisitions of complementary industry service providers such as ElectroWave USA and our currently pending acquisition of Mako Technologies, is gaining significant momentum,' Chamberlain concluded.

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